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Hieu
Abbess
Bornc. 7th century
Died12 March, c. 7th century
Healaugh, Yorkshire, England
Venerated inEastern Orthodox Church
Roman Catholic Church
Feast2 September

Hieu was a 7th-century Irish abbess who worked in Northumbria. She was foundress of abbeys at Hartlepool and Healaugh in Yorkshire England. Hieu was also the first of the saintly recluses of Northumbria,[1] and the first known woman to rule a double monastery.[2][3]

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Life

Nothing is known of her early life, until she met Aidan of Lindisfarne who appointed her abbess of Hartlepool Abbey and subsequently a monastery at Healaugh near Tadcaster.[4][5]

She died at Healaugh on 12 March of an unknown year in the 7th century.[6] It is possible that the towns of Hartlepool (Hereteu) and Healaugh are named after her.

Hieu's memorial is kept on September 2.[7][8]

References

  1. ^ Bede, Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum, lib. iv, c. 23.
  2. ^ Archaeologia Aeliana, xix, 47.
  3. ^ Lina Eckenstein, Woman Under Monasticism (CUP 1972) p88.
  4. ^ Michael Lapidge, & Helmut Gneuss, Learning and Literature in Anglo-Saxon England: Studies Presented to Peter Clemoes on the Occasion of His Sixty-fifth Birthday (Cambridge University Press, 1985) page 8.
  5. ^ Susan G. Bell, Women, from the Greeks to the French Revolution, (Stanford University Press, 1980) page 103.
  6. ^ Agnes Dunbar, A Dictionary of Saintly Women (1904).
  7. ^ "Saint Hieu". CatholicSaints.Info. 2009-08-06. Retrieved 2018-02-17.
  8. ^ September 2/September 15. Orthodox Calendar (PRAVOSLAVIE.RU).

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