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Our venerable Mother Elizabeth the Wonderworker of Constantinople (also called Elizabeth the Dragon-slayer) was an abbess. Although some sources say she reposed in the year 540, others maintain that dates from the sixth through the ninth century are possible. Her feast day is celebrated on April 24.
After her repose, her relics, and even the soil around her grave became known for healing the sick and suffering.
- Elizabeth the Wonderworker (GOARCH)
- The Venerable Elizabeth (Prologue of Ohrid)
- St Elizabeth the Wonderworker
- St Elizabeth the Wonderworker of Constantinople (OCA)
- St Elizabeth the Wonderworker of Constantinople: Troparion - Tone 8 (OCA)
- St. Elizabeth the Wonderworker, Abbess in Constantinople Troparion (Tone 5) and Kontakion (Tone 8)
- "Life of St. Elisabeth the Wonderworker" translated by Valerie Karras, an extract from Holy Women of Byzantium: Ten Saints' Lives in English Translation, edited by Alice-Mary Talbot
- "Ven. Elizabeth the Wonderworker" (PDF) from Bulgakov's Handbook for Church Servers, translated by Fr. Eugene Tarris (OCA)
- The Nun Elizabeth the Wonderworker
- Icon of St. Elizabeth of Constantinople
- Icon of St. Elizabeth the Wonderworker (shown with dragon)
- "The Life and Struggles of Our Holy Mother Among the Saints, Elisabeth of Constantinople, Whose Memory the Holy Church Celebrates on the 24th of April." from The Lives of the Spiritual Mothers, published by Holy Apostles Convent, pp. 136-138.