Robine, Marie (d. 1399)
Robine, Marie (d. 1399)
French prophet. Name variations: Marie of Gascony; Marie of Avignon. Died 1399.
Peasant woman, arrived at Avignon on a pilgrimage (1387), in the hope of being cured of an illness; miraculously healed at the tomb of the cardinal Pierre of Luxembourg, settled at the cemetery of St. Michael, where she lived as a recluse; visions compelled her to advise her king, Charles VI, and particularly his queen, Isabeau of Bavaria, whom she reproached for her misconduct; was in Paris (June 2, 1398), where the French prelates were holding a council, when she tried in vain to speak before them in favor of the French pope of Avignon; warned the monarchy in apocalyptic tones that if the instructions coming from her voices were not followed, France and Paris would be destroyed by the Antichrist (1399).
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