Eadburh od Winchestera

Sveta Eadburh (ili Edburga) (? - 15. jun 960) bila je kćer engleskog kralja Edewarda Starijeg i njegove treće supruge Eadgifu od Kenta. O njenom života ima relativno malo podataka, ali winchesterska povelja iz 939. godine navodi kako joj dana zemlja u Droxfordu (Hampshire) od strane polubrata kralja Athelstana.[1]

Sveta Eadburh od Winchestera
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Umro/la 15. jun 960
Štuje se u Anglikanska zajednica
Rimokatolička crkva
Kanoniziran/a 972
Kalendar svetaca 15. jun

Bila je redovnica, a možda i opatica u samostanu Nunnaminster u Winchesteru gdje je sahranjena. Nakon što je kanonizirana 972. godine neki od njenih ostataka su prebaeni u opatiju Pershore Abbey u Worcestershireu, koja je posvećena upravo njoj. Slavi se na dan 15. jun

Latinsku biografiju (Vita) je u 12. vijeku napisao Osbert de Clare, westminsterski prior.

NapomeneUredi

IzvoriUredi

  • Sawyer no. 446
  • Osbert de Clare, Vita Edburgae, MS. Laud Misc. 114, f. 85–120 (Bodleian, Oxford), ed. S.J. Ridyard, The Royal Saints of Anglo-Saxon England. A Study of West Saxon and East Anglian Cults. Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought 4. Cambridge, 2008. 253 ff (Appendix).
  • Anonymous, De vita sanctae Edburgae virginis, preserved in the early fourteenth-century MS Lansdowne 436, f. 41v-43v (British Library, London), ed. Laurel Braswell, "Saint Edburga" (see below). 329-33.
  • Lectiones in Breviary of Hyde Abbey (late 13th century), Rawlinson liturg. E I and Gough liturg. 8 (Bodleian, Oxford)
  • Srednjoengleski Life (late 13th century), Egerton 1993, f. 160-1 (BL, London); Eng. Poet. A I f. 32-32v and Bodley 779, f. 282-293v (Bodleian, Oxford), ed. Laurel Braswell, "Saint Edburga" (see below). 329-33.

LiteraturaUredi

  • Ridyard, S.J. The Royal Saints of Anglo-Saxon England. A Study of West Saxon and East Anglian Cults. Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought 4. Cambridge, 2008.
  • Braswell, Laurel. "Saint Edburga of Winchester. A study of her cult, A.D. 950-1500, with an edition of the fourteenth-century Middle English and Latin lives." Mediaeval Studies 33 (1971): 292-333.