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Sibylle Ursula von Braunschweig-Lüneburg, also known as Sibylle von Braunschweig-Luneburg and Sibylle of Brunswick-Luneburg, (1629–1671), was a German translator and writer. She was the stepdaughter of Sophie Elisabeth. She wrote part of a novel, Die Durchlauchtige Syrerin Aramena (Aramena, the noble Syrian lady), which when complete would be the most famous courtly novel in German Baroque literature; it was finished by her brother Anton Ulrich and edited by Sigmund von Birken. Other writings of hers include a five-act play and a series of spiritual meditations. Translations of hers include two novels by La Calprenède, parts of Scudéry's Clélie, and one of the Latin writings of Juan de Vives, a Spanish Humanist. She died in childbirth.