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D. Engelbretsdotter

Short Name: D. Engelbretsdotter
Full Name: Dorothe Engelbretsdatter, 1634-1716
Birth Year: 1634
Death Year: 1716
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Texts by D. Engelbretsdotter (5)sort descendingAsInstances
Dagen viger og gaar bortD. Engelbretsdatter (Author)6
Jeg er en Fremmed her i LandetDorotea Engelbretsdatter (Author)3
Naar Verden med sin Gl'de svigerD. Engelbretsdatter (Author)4
Verdens ørken mørk og taagetD. Engelbretsdatter (Author)5
When earth with all its joys defeats meD. Engelbretsdotter, 1634-1716 (Author)2
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