Ludolph, De Saxonia
Ludolph, De Saxonia was distinguished among the Dominican mystics of the 14th century. He entered the order about A.D. 1300, and in further pursuance of his pious devotion became a Carthusian at Strasburg. His Vita Jesu Christi has often been edited and translated into various languages. He flourished in Saxony, but the date both of his birth and death are unknown.