- Liturgical texts and books connected with St Birgitta and the
- Mar 13, 2003 Offices of St Birgitta by Birger Gregersson and Nils Hermansson were carefully edited Contains Birger Gregersson's office for St Birgitta, pp.
- " I am the Creator": Birgitta of Sweden's Feminine Divine
- third of Birger Gregersson and Thomas Gascoigne, The Life of Saint Birgitta, trans. Julia. Bolton Holloway (Toronto 1991).
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- texts from birger Gregersson's officium Birgitte, matris inclite, 1381. (Latin).
- The Nativity Panel of Isenheim Altarpiece and its relationship to the
- Birger Gregersson and Thomas Gascoigne, The Life of Saint Birgitta, translated by Julia Bolton. Holloway (Toronto, 1991), 10. 47.
- Birger Gregersson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Birger Gregersson (1327 – 11 March 1383) was Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden, from 1366 to his death 1383.
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- Birger Gregersson (1327 - 11 March 1383) was Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden, from 1366 to his death 1383.
- Life of St Birgitta
- 5See Birger Gregersson, Vita S. Birgittae in Scriptores rerum svecicarum medii aevi. 3 (Uppsala: Edvardus Berling, 1876); Birgerus Gregorii Legenda S.
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