Heilige und andere Glaubensvorbilder
Katharina von Alexandrien
ST KATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA. Texts and contexts in Western medieval Europe, hg.v. J. Jenkins, Turnhout
    2003 (19-35: Walsh, Christine: The role of the Normans in the development of the cult of St Katherine/37-52: Le-
    wis, Katherine J.: Pilgrimage and the cult of St Katherine in late medieval England/53-86: Cartwright, Jane: "Buc-
    hedd Catrin" : a preliminary study of the Middle Welsh life of Katherine of Alexandria and her cult in medieval
    Wales/87-107: Sands, Tracey R.: The saint as symbol : the cult of St Katherine of Alexandria among medieval
    Sweden's high aristocracy/109-130: Bernau, Anke: A Christian corpus : virginity, violence, and knowledge in the
    life of St Katherine of Alexandria/131-152: Francomano, Emily C.: "Lady, you are quite a chatterbox" : the le-
    gend of St Katherine of Alexandria, wives' words, and women's wisdom in MS Escorial h-I-13/153-170: Jenkins,
    Jacqueline: St Katherine and laywomen's piety : the Middle English prose life in London, British Library, Harley
    MS 4012/171-199: Winstead, Karen A.: St Katherine's hair/201-220: Reames, Sherry L.: St Katherine and the late
    medieval clergy : evidence from English breviaries/221-240: Frazier, Alison: Katherine's place in a Renaissance col-
    lection : evidence from Antonio degli Agli (c. 1400-1477), "De vitis et gestis sanctorum");