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Birger Gregersson

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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.
Lives of St Birgitta, sorted by language.
" 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).
VELjO TORMIS
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.

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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.
Några svenska officier o dyl
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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