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Fygen Lutzenkirchen (1450-1515) was a German merchant. She managed a major silk trading house in Cologne. She was elected Mistress (Master) of the Silk Weaving Guild. There are several memorials over her in Cologne, were she became a famous local history figure.

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  • Fygen Lutzenkirchen (auch Lützenkirchen, geborene van Bellinghoven; * um 1450; † nach 1515) war eine Seidenunternehmerin aus Köln. (de)
  • Fygen Lutzenkirchen (1450-1515) was a German merchant. She managed a major silk trading house in Cologne. She was elected Mistress (Master) of the Silk Weaving Guild. There are several memorials over her in Cologne, were she became a famous local history figure. (en)
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  • Fygen Lutzenkirchen (auch Lützenkirchen, geborene van Bellinghoven; * um 1450; † nach 1515) war eine Seidenunternehmerin aus Köln. (de)
  • Fygen Lutzenkirchen (1450-1515) was a German merchant. She managed a major silk trading house in Cologne. She was elected Mistress (Master) of the Silk Weaving Guild. There are several memorials over her in Cologne, were she became a famous local history figure. (en)
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  • Fygen Lutzenkirchen (de)
  • Fygen Lutzenkirchen (en)
  • Fygen Lutzenkirchen (sv)
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