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Abbess and founder. She was cured of blindness while still a child by St. Eustace of Lisieux. She was twice married, first to a man who died after two months and then a nobleman, St. Blandinus, by whom she had five children, including two saints. After some years, they agreed mutually to separate and assume contemplative lives. He became a hermit and she went into a nunnery at Poulangey; Salaberga was subsequently foundress of the convent of St. John the Baptist at Laon. She died there.
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