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  1. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › HildegardHildegard - Wikipedia

    Hildegard volgde Karel op de meeste van zijn tochten en kreeg ook een aantal kinderen in Italië, Saksen en Aquitanië. Na twaalf jaar huwelijk en negen zwangerschappen stierf Hildegard in het kraambed. Kort voor haar dood heeft ze nog een schenking gedaan aan de abdij van St Arnulf in Metz.

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    Hildegard is a female name derived from the Old High German hild ('war' or 'battle') and gard ('enclosure' or 'yard'), and means 'battle enclosure'. [1] [2] Variant spellings include: Hildegarde ; the Polish , Portuguese , Slovene and Spanish Hildegarda ; the Italian Ildegarda ; the Hungarian Hildegárd ; and the ancient German Hildegardis .

  3. Santa Hildegarda de Bingen, perteneciente a la Orden de San Benito (en alemán: Hildegard von Bingen; Bermersheim vor der Höhe, Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico, 16 de septiembre de 1098-Monasterio de Rupertsberg, 17 de septiembre de 1179) fue una santa, compositora, escritora, filósofa, científica, naturalista, médica, polímata, abadesa, mística, líder monacal y profetisa alemana. [1]

  4. Hildegard of Bingen (German: Hildegard von Bingen; Latin: Hildegardis Bingensis; c. 1098 – 17 September 1179), also known as Saint Hildegard and the Sibyl of the Rhine, was a German Benedictine abbess and polymath active as a writer, composer, philosopher, mystic, visionary, and as a medical writer and practitioner during the High Middle Ages.

  5. 15/02/1995 · Less fortunately, Hildegard's visions and music had been hijacked by the New Age movement, whose music bears some resemblance to Hildegard's ethereal airs. Her story is important to all students of medieval history and culture and an inspirational account of an irresisible spirit and vibrant intellect overcoming social, physical, cultural, gender barriers to achieve timeless transcendence.

  6. St. Hildegard, also called Hildegard of Bingen or Hildegard von Bingen, byname Sibyl of the Rhine, (born 1098, Böckelheim, West Franconia [Germany]—died September 17, 1179, Rupertsberg, near Bingen; canonized May 10, 2012; feast day September 17), German abbess, visionary mystic, and composer. Hildegard was born of noble parents and was educated at the Benedictine cloister of Disibodenberg ...

  7. Hildegard (* ca. 758; † 30. April 783 in Thionville an der Mosel in der Lothringer Pfalz) war die dritte Frau Karls des Großen und Mutter Ludwigs des Frommen.Es lassen sich zu ihrem Leben nur wenige Informationen finden, denn wie alle Frauen Karls stand sie im politischen Hintergrund und fand nur bezüglich ihrer Hochzeit, ihres Ablebens und als Mutter Erwähnung.

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