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Juliana Berners (b. 1388?)

Berners, Juliana. An English prioress and writer; said to have been born in Essex, and flourished in the fifteenth century. She was at the head of a convent in Sopewell, and is, in some way, connected with the work on fishing, hunting, and like pastimes, entitled ‘Book of St. Albans’ (1486). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).