Elizabeth of Hungary

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Elizabeth of Hungary

Saint. 1207--31, Hungarian princess who devoted herself to charity and asceticism. Feast day: Nov. 17 and 19
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There is also a Deep Cleansing Mask containing mineral-infused mud from Lake Heviz and Queen of Hungary Mist, containing rosemary, sage and lavender, originally created in the 14th century for Elisabeth of Hungary,
Chapters on the Beguines and Elisabeth of Hungary thus deal primarily with Thomas of Cantimpre, Jacques de Vitry, and Conrad of Marburg, with the women "sponsored" or "between men" more than subjects in themselves.
Katharine of Alexandria and Elisabeth of Hungary may seem at first to share little beyond accredited sanctity and the coincidence of these recent editions of the lives.