McNamara, Jo Ann. Sainted Women of the Dark Ages (Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 1992).

ID:
 
726
 
Title:
 
Sainted Women of the Dark Ages
 
Primary Author:
 
McNamara, Jo Ann
 
Role:
 
editor
 
Additional Authors:
 
Halborg, John E. and Whatley, Gordon, co-editors
 
Publisher:
 
Duke University Press
 
Language:
 
English
 
Source Type:
 
Primary Source
 
Publication Type:
 
edition of text (pub. primary source)
 
Publication Status:
 
Published
 
Place of Publication:
 
Durham, NC
 
Date of Publication:
 
1992
 
Notes:
 
Includes information and source material on: Genovefa, virgin of Paris (423-502) -- Clothild, queen of the Franks (d. 544) -- Monegund, widow and recluse of Tours (d. 570) -- Radegund, queen of the Franks and abbess of Poitiers (ca. 525-587) -- Eustadiola, widow of Bourges (594-684) -- Caesaria II, abbess of Saint Jean of Arles (ca. 550) -- Rusticula, abbess of Arles (ca. 556-632) -- Glodesind, abbess in Metz (ca. 600) -- Burgundofara, abbess of Faremoutiers (603-645) -- Sadalberga, abbess of Laon (ca. 605-670) -- Rictrude, abbess of Marchiennes (ca. 614-688) -- Gertrude, abbess of Nivelles (628-658) -- Aldegund, abbess of Maubeuge (d. ca. 684) ; Waldetrude, abbess of Mons (d. ca. 688) -- Balthild, queen of Neustria (d. ca. 680) -- Bertilla, abbess of Chelles (d. ca. 700) -- Anstrude, abbess of Laon (ca. 645, d. before 709) -- Austreberta, abbess of Pavilly (650- 703).