Salome of plums

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Salome of plums

Salome von Pflaumern , also Salome von Pflimmern (* 1591 or 1592 in Sigmaringen ; † September 8, 1654 in Fulda ) was elected on December 11, 1631 as the first prioress of the Benedictine Abbey of St. Mary in Fulda. She held this office for 23 years until her death. She had come from the Kühbach monastery with four other sisters .

During her tenure in the Thirty Years War , the monastery was looted several times and the sisters had to flee.


  • Irmgard Schmidt-Sommer: Salome von Pflaumern (1591 / 92-1654) , Fulda History Association, 2004

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  1. Entry on
  2. Buchonia: a magazine for patriotic history, antiquity, geography, statistics and topography , Volume 4, 1829, pp. 41/42