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IX et X; dans les Monumenta Germaniae, Scriptores, l X (fragments).
(probably ‘chasuble’) of Sts Harlindis and Relindis (pls. It was preserved throughout the Middle Ages at the abbey church of Aldeneik (which these sister-saints founded in the early eighth century) and was moved to nearby Maaseik in 1571.
Studien zur Bedeutung familiengebundener Aspekte in den Viten des Verwandten- und Schülerkreises um Willibrord, Bonifatius und Luidger, Inaugural-Dissertation …
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Bischoff discovered the interpretation of a cryptogram inserted in an early manuscript between the biographies of the two brothers Willibald and Wynnebald.
It then appeared that her name was Huneberc, an AngloSaxon nun of Heidenheim.
She had evidently taken down the description of Willibald's travels from his own mouth, when, as Bishop of Eichstatt, he related his experiences to his brethren.