Elizabeth, St.

Elizabeth, St., “a very pious, but also a very fanciful young woman; her husband, a Thuringian landgraf, going to the Crusade, where he died straightway,” Carlyle guesses, “partly the fruit of the life she led him; lodging beggars, sometimes in her very bed; continually breaking his night's rest for prayer and devotional exercises of undue length, 'weeping one moment, then smiling in joy the next'; meandering about, capricious, melodious, weak, at the will of devout whim mainly; went to live at Marburg after her husband's death, and soon died there in a most melodiously pious sort” in 1231, aged 24.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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