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Mechtildis of Edelstetten was a Benedictine abbess and, according to legend, a renowned miracle worker. Mechtildis was the daughter of Count Berthold of Andechs, whose wife, Sophie, founded a monastery on their estate at Diessen, Bavaria, and placed their daughter there at the age of five. In 1153, the Bishop of Augsburg placed her as Abbess of Edelstetten Abbey. Mechtildis was known for her mystical gifts and miracles. She died at Diessen, Germany, on 31 May 1160. Her adorned remains lie in a glass shrine within the Marienmünster church of that town.

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  • Η Αγία Μέχτιλντις, γερμ. Mechtildis von Andechs von Edelstetten (απεβ. 31 Μαΐου 1160) από τον Οίκο του Άντεχς ήταν ηγουμένη του αββαείου των Βενεδικτίνων στο Έντελστετεν. Έγινε διάσημη για τα θαύματά της. (el)
  • Mechtild von Dießen, auch Mechthild(is) von Dießen und Mathilde von Andechs, (* um 1125; † 31. Mai 1160 in Dießen am Ammersee) war Augustiner-Chorfrau und Äbtissin von Edelstetten. (de)
  • Mechtildis of Edelstetten was a Benedictine abbess and, according to legend, a renowned miracle worker. Mechtildis was the daughter of Count Berthold of Andechs, whose wife, Sophie, founded a monastery on their estate at Diessen, Bavaria, and placed their daughter there at the age of five. In 1153, the Bishop of Augsburg placed her as Abbess of Edelstetten Abbey. Mechtildis was known for her mystical gifts and miracles. She died at Diessen, Germany, on 31 May 1160. Her adorned remains lie in a glass shrine within the Marienmünster church of that town. (en)
  • Mechtilde de Diessen (Andechs, 1125 - Dießen am Ammersee, 31 mai 1160) est une chanoinesse de saint Augustin et abbesse d'Edelstetten, reconnue sainte par l'Église catholique. (fr)
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  • Admission of St. Mechtildis to Edelstetten Abbey (en)
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  • Η Αγία Μέχτιλντις, γερμ. Mechtildis von Andechs von Edelstetten (απεβ. 31 Μαΐου 1160) από τον Οίκο του Άντεχς ήταν ηγουμένη του αββαείου των Βενεδικτίνων στο Έντελστετεν. Έγινε διάσημη για τα θαύματά της. (el)
  • Mechtild von Dießen, auch Mechthild(is) von Dießen und Mathilde von Andechs, (* um 1125; † 31. Mai 1160 in Dießen am Ammersee) war Augustiner-Chorfrau und Äbtissin von Edelstetten. (de)
  • Mechtildis of Edelstetten was a Benedictine abbess and, according to legend, a renowned miracle worker. Mechtildis was the daughter of Count Berthold of Andechs, whose wife, Sophie, founded a monastery on their estate at Diessen, Bavaria, and placed their daughter there at the age of five. In 1153, the Bishop of Augsburg placed her as Abbess of Edelstetten Abbey. Mechtildis was known for her mystical gifts and miracles. She died at Diessen, Germany, on 31 May 1160. Her adorned remains lie in a glass shrine within the Marienmünster church of that town. (en)
  • Mechtilde de Diessen (Andechs, 1125 - Dießen am Ammersee, 31 mai 1160) est une chanoinesse de saint Augustin et abbesse d'Edelstetten, reconnue sainte par l'Église catholique. (fr)
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  • Mechtild von Dießen (de)
  • Μέχτιλντις του Έντελστετεν (el)
  • Mechtilde de Diessen (fr)
  • Mechtildis of Edelstetten (en)
  • Mechtildis dari Edelstetten (in)
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