Also known as Saint Amalberga of Maubeuge, she was speculated to have been a relative of Pippen of Landen. Married to Count Witger, Duke of Lotharingia, she and her husband spent much of their lives as nun and monk, respectively. She is usually depicted on the back of a fish as she reportedly rode across a lake on the back of a sturgeon.
b. Brabant, Belgium d. c.690
Patronage: Against Fevers, Against arm pain, Farmers
Feast Day: July 10