c. 1992 (aged around 658)
Nicolas Flamel (husband) †
Perenelle Flamel (c. 1334 - c. 1992) was the wife of famous philosopher and alchemist, Nicolas Flamel, who was known for his works on the Philosopher's Stone. She and her husband met at Beauxbatons Academy of Magic in their youth. Perenelle and her husband drank the Elixir of Life produced by the stone, and were immortal, until the stone was destroyed, after which she and Nicolas would later die in the following year. She died at the age of six hundred and fifty-eight years. She may have had a friendship with Albus Dumbledore like her husband.
Perenelle Flamel was the wife of Nicolas Flamel. She, along with her husband, drank the Elixir of Life created by the Philosopher's Stone making her immortal. Nicolas Flamel and herself happily lived together, until the Philosopher's Stone was destroyed and they both died of old age in 1992.
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