What are some common names for females during the Renaissance?

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Some common female names during the Renaissance Era include Agnes, Jane, Margaret, Elizabeth, Marjorie, Beatrix, Ellen, Amice, Frances, Cecily, Ann, Catherine, Cassandra, Mathilde, Isabel, Rose, Barbara, Christina, Nicola, Tiffany, Truda, Isolde, and Emma.
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