Difference between revisions of "Nun"

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*[[Wikipedia:Eleanor_of_Aquitaine|Eleanor of Aquitaine]] (1122-1204)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Eleanor_of_Aquitaine|Eleanor of Aquitaine]] (1122-1204)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Herrade_of_Landsberg|Herrade of Landsberg]] (c. 1130-1195)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Herrade_of_Landsberg|Herrade of Landsberg]] (c. 1130-1195)
*[[Wikipedia:Guda]] (12th century)
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*[[Wikipedia:Guda|Guda]] (12th century)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Nun_of_Watton|The Nun of Watton]] (12th century)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Nun_of_Watton|The Nun of Watton]] (12th century)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Bona_of_Pisa|Bona of Pisa]] (c. 1156-1207)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Bona_of_Pisa|Bona of Pisa]] (c. 1156-1207)
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*[[Wikipedia:Magdalena_de_la_Cruz|Magdalena de la Cruz]] (1487-1560)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Magdalena_de_la_Cruz|Magdalena de la Cruz]] (1487-1560)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Katharina_von_Bora|Katharina von Bora]] (1499-1552)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Katharina_von_Bora|Katharina von Bora]] (1499-1552)
*[[Wikipedia:Teresa_of_%C3%81vila]] (1515-1582)
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*[[Wikipedia:Teresa_of_%C3%81vila|Teresa of Ávila]] (1515-1582)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Catherine_of_Ricci|Catherine of Ricci]] (1522-1590)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Catherine_of_Ricci|Catherine of Ricci]] (1522-1590)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Magdalena_de_Pazzi|Magdalena de Pazzi]] (1566-1607)
 
*[[Wikipedia:Magdalena_de_Pazzi|Magdalena de Pazzi]] (1566-1607)

Revision as of 01:55, 11 September 2007

A nun (from the Latin nonna being a female version of nonnus meaning monk) was the female equivalent of a monk. Nuns lived in [convent] and followed a religious life under the authority of an abbess or prioress.

Medieval Orders of Nuns

Notable Nuns from Period