Boneta, Prous (d. 1323)

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Boneta, Prous (d. 1323)

French visionary. Burned at the stake, 1325.

A beguine of southern France, began receiving visions of Jesus; believing that God had chosen her to be the incarnation of the Holy Ghost, attacked Pope John XXII, accusing him of being the Antichrist; was tried and burned at the stake at Carcassonne.