Louis IV, Landgrave of Thuringia
Ludwig IV or Louis IV (28 October 1200 – 11 September 1227) was the Landgrave of Thuringia from 1217 to 1227.Louis was born in Creuzburg to Hermann I, Landgrave of Thuringia, and Duchess Sophia,...
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Heribert of Cologne
Saint Heribert (c. 970 – 16 March 1021) was Archbishop of Cologne and Chancellor of Holy Roman Emperor Otto III, and was canonized c. 1074.
He was born in Worms, the son of Hugo, count of Wo...
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Munditia anomala
Munditia anomala is a minute sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Liotiidae.
The height of the shell attains 0.45 mm, its diameter 1 mm.
Bregowine
Bregowine (or Bregwine or Bregwin; died August 764) was a medieval Archbishop of Canterbury. Little is known of his origins or his activities as archbishop, although a number of stories were told abou...
Eucharius
Saint Eucharius is venerated as the first bishop of Trier. He lived in the second half of the 3rd century. According to an ancient legend, he was one of the seventy-two disciples of Christ, and was s...
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Ansgar
Saint Ansgar (8 September 801 – 3 February 865), also known as Anskar or Saint Anschar, was an Archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen. The see of Hamburg was designated a mission to bring Christianity to North...
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Ulrich of Zell
Saint Ulrich of Zell, also known as Wulderic, sometimes of Cluny or of Regensburg (1029 – 1093), was a Cluniac reformer of Germany, abbot, founder and saint.
Ulrich was born at Regensburg in...
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Gotthard of Hildesheim
Saint Gotthard (or Godehard) (960 – May 5, 1038), also known as Gothard or Godehard the Bishop, is a Roman Catholic saint.
Gotthard was born in 960 at Reichersdorf (Ritenbach) near Niederaltaich i...
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Engelbert II of Berg
Count Engelbert II of Berg, also known as Saint Engelbert, Engelbert of Cologne, Engelbert I, Archbishop of Cologne or Engelbert I of Berg, Archbishop of Cologne (1185 or 1186, Schloss Burg – 7 ...
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Munditia hedleyi
Munditia hedleyi is a species of small sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk, in the family Liotiidae.
(Original description by Pritchard & Gatliff) The height of the shell attains 2 mm, ...
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Munditia subquadrata
Munditia subquadrata, common name the squared munditia, is a species of small sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk, in the family Liotiidae.
The size of the shell varies between 3.5 mm and 6...
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Places dedicated to Saint Odile
St Odile of Alsace, also known as Odilia and Ottilia, born c. 662 - c. 720 at Mont Sainte-Odile), is a saint venerated in the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church. The current Roman Catholic ...
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Wilgefortis
Wilgefortis is a female saint of popular religious imagination whose legend arose in the 14th century, and whose distinguishing feature is a large beard. Her name is thought by some to derive from the...
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Altfrid
Saint Altfrid (or Altfrid of Hildesheim) (died 15 August 874) was a leading figure in Germany in the ninth century. A Benedictine monk, he became Bishop of Hildesheim, and founded Essen Abbey. He was ...
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Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor
Henry II (6 May 972 – 13 July 1024), also known as Saint Henry, Obl. S. B. ("Oblate of Saint Benedict"), was Holy Roman Emperor ("Romanorum Imperator") from 1014 until his death in 1024 and the last m...
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Radegund
Radegund (also spelled Rhadegund, Radegonde, Radigund) (ca. 520–587) was a 6th-century Thuringian princess and Frankish queen, who founded the Abbey of the Holy Cross at Poitiers. She is the patron sa...
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Bruno (bishop of Würzburg)
Bruno of Würzburg (c. 1005 – 27 May 1045), also known as Bruno of Carinthia, was imperial chancellor of Italy from 1027 to 1034 for Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor, to whom he was related, and from 1034...
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Erhard of Regensburg
Saint Erhard of Regensburg was bishop of Regensburg in the 7th century. He is identified with an Abbot Erhard of Ebersheimmunster mentioned in a Merovingian diploma of 684. Ancient documents call him...
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Saint Marcellina
Saint Marcellina (c. 327 – 397) was born in Trier, Gaul around the year 330 as a member of a Catholic family. She was the only sister of Saint Ambrose of Milan, older sister of two brothers, and daugh...
Bernward of Hildesheim
Saint Bernward (c. 960 – 20 November 1022) was the thirteenth Bishop of Hildesheim from 993 until his death in 1022.
Bernward came from a Saxon noble family. His grandfather was Athelbero, C...
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Gundekar II of Eichstätt
Gundekar (1019–1075), (also Gundechar, Gundakar, Gunzo) was bishop of Eichstätt from 1057 to 1075. He is known for his historical work Vitae Pontificum Eystettensium on his predecessors.He is a Cathol...
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Vicelinus
Saint Vicelinus (also Vicelin, German: Vizelin; 1086 – December 12, 1154) was a German bishop of Oldenburg in Holstein who was considered the apostle of Holstein.
Vicelinus was born in H...
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Willibald
Saint Willibald (born in Wessex c.700 and died c.787 in Eichstätt) was an 8th-century bishop of Eichstätt in Bavaria. Information about his life is largely drawn from the Hodoeporicon of Saint Willib...
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Gangulphus
Saint Gangulphus of Burgundy (died May 11, 760 AD) is venerated as a martyr by the Catholic Church. Gangulphus was a Burgundian courtier whose historical existence can only be attested by a single do...
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Wolfgang of Regensburg
Saint Wolfgang of Regensburg (c. 934 – October 31, 994) was bishop of Regensburg in Bavaria from Christmas 972 until his death. He is a saint of the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches (canon...
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Aquilinus of Milan
Saint Aquilinus of Milan (died 1015), also known as Aquilinus of Cologne (Italian: Sant'Aquilino), is venerated as a martyr by the Catholic Church. He should not be confused with another Aquilinu...
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Munditia
Saint Munditia (Mundita) is venerated as a Christian martyr. Her relics are found in a side altar at St. Peter's Church (known as “Old Peter,” Alter Peter) in Munich. They consist of a gilt-covered an...
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Unni (bishop)
Saint Unni was an archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen (916–936). He died as a missionary in Birka in Sweden, where he tried to continue Ansgar's work. According to Adam of Bremen, his body was buried in Birk...