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- Baudovinia (fl. c. 600) was a nun and hagiographer at the convent of Holy Cross of Poitiers. Very little is known about her. She is the author of the "second...
- historians see her as the author. Another vita was aut****d by the nun Baudovinia following a rebellion at the abbey described by Gregory of Tours. Radegund's...
- verse hagiography of his patron Queen Radegund (continued by the nun Baudovinia). His hymns are used extensively in the Hymnal 1982 of the Episcopal Church...
- Zheng (580-643), Chinese historian and lead editor of the Book of Sui Baudovinia (fl. c. 600), Frankish nun who wrote a biography of Radegund Yao Silian...
- (1859–1929), American songwriter Carol S. Batey (born 1955), American writer Baudovinia (fl. c. 600), French religious writer in Latin; nun Dawn-Mic****e Baude...
- by Andreas Schottus in Tournai and by Jacques Sirmond in Paris. 1573 Baudovinia Laurentius Surius Cologne Published in the De probatis sanctorum historiis...