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Leukardis of Mallersdorf

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  • scribes
  • Mallersdorf abbey
A 12th-century nun of Mallersdorf, a daughter-house of Niedermünster in Bavaria, who according to one late source, was of Irish origin (de gente Scotorum), knew four languages (Irish, Latin, Greek and German) and had a reputation as a scribe, so much so that the monk Laiupold recorded her anniversary.


See also: Beatrix of RegensburgBeatrix of Regensburg
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Gertrude of RegensburgGertrude of Regensburg
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Mallersdorf abbeyMallersdorf abbey
Benedictine monastery founded in 1107 as a daughter-house of Niedermünster in Regensburg.

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