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Who is Blaesilla?
Blaesilla was the daughter of Paula, and sister of Eustochium, from one of the Senatorial families of Ancient Rome. Blaesilla died young, under the influence of Jerome. She, and her sister and mother, are accorded Sainthood by the Roman Catholic church.
- child of Saint Paula
- died in (1631 years ago)
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by Joyce E. Salisbury
Blaesilla Roman Christian Widow (A.D. 364–384) Rome in the fourth century A.D. included a vigorous Christian community, and wealthy Roman women were in the forefront of this Christian life. Some widows—such as Paula and ...
by Matthew Bunson, Margaret Bunson, Stephen Bunson
Blaesilla (d. 383) > Widow of Rome, the daughter of ...
by Pablo Ricardo Quintana
lambs Blaesilla - 1/22 Widow - widows, young brides Blaise - 2/3 Bishop & Martyr - animals, architects, ...
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