Hildegard (of Bingen)


Hildegard (of Bingen)
Hildegard (of Bingen) [hil′də gärd΄]
Saint (1098-1179); Ger. nun, composer, & mystic: her day is Sept. 17

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  • Hildegard von Bingen — empfängt eine göttliche Inspiration und gibt sie an ihren Schreiber weiter. Miniatur aus dem Rupertsberger Codex des Liber Scivias Hildegard von Bingen (* um den Sommer[1] 1098 in Bermersheim vor der Höhe (dort befindet sich die Taufkirche) oder… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hildegard of Bingen — ( de. Hildegard von Bingen; la. Hildegardis Bingensis; 1098 – 17 September 1179), also known as Blessed Hildegard and Saint Hildegard, was a German abbess, artist, author, counselor, linguist, naturalist, scientist, philosopher, physician,… …   Wikipedia

  • Hildegard de Bingen — Hildegard Von Bingen (16 de septiembre de 1098 17 de septiembre de 1179). Abadesa, líder monástica, mística, profetisa, médica, compositora y escritora alemana. Hildegard Von Bingen nació en Bemersheim (Alemania) en el valle del Rin, el año 1098… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Hildegard (of Bingen) — [hil′də gärd΄] Saint (1098 1179); Ger. nun, composer, & mystic: her day is Sept. 17 * * * …   Universalium

  • Hildegard (of Bingen) — [hil′də gärd΄] Saint (1098 1179); Ger. nun, composer, & mystic: her day is Sept. 17 …   English World dictionary

  • Hildegard von Bingen — I Hildegard von Bingen   Eine faszinierende Frau des 12. Jahrhunderts   Eine Ordensfrau bewegt ihre Zeit. Die Schriften Hildegards von Bingen sind Gelehrten Anlass zum Disput, ihre Briefe Königen, Bischöfen und Päpsten Mahnung in ihren Ämtern,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hildegard von Bingen — Hildegarde de Bingen Sainte Hildegarde de Bingen Hildegarde recevant l inspiration divine, manuscrit médiéval …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hildegard von Bingen — (1098–1179)    Medieval mysticism found one of its earliest and best representatives in Hildegard of Bingen. She was born in 1098, as the 10th child of the nobleman Hildebert of Bermersheim and his wife Mechthild, near Alzey in the vicinity of… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • Hildegard of Bingen — (1098 1179)    Also known as St. Hildegard. A German Benedictine abbess and mystic whose advanced social and theological views are based on a series of visions she experienced from the age of 3. On the basis of her own portrayals of these visions …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Hildegard of Bingen — (1098–1179)    Saint, Mystic, Poet and Devotional Writer.    Hildegard was of noble German ancestry. She joined the Benedictine community of Diessenberg in c. 1116 and in 1136 she became Abbess. Later she moved the house to Rupertsberg near… …   Who’s Who in Christianity


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