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Hildebert of Lavardin

(hĭl`dəbərt, lăv`ərdĭn; lävärdăN`), c.1056–1133, French churchman, bishop of Le Mans (1096–1125), and archbishop of Tours (1125–33). He was taken prisoner when Le Mans was captured (1099) by William II of England and was carried away to England, where he spent a year. When he was at Tours he came into conflict with Louis VI of France over the king's supposed right to present the deanery of Tours. Hildebert attended the First Lateran Council. He completed the cathedral at Le Mans. He was one of the most prolific writers of his period; especially noteworthy are his Latin hymns and poems. He wrote several elegies, a mythological poem on the destruction of Troy, lives of St. Hugh of Cluny and St. Mary of Egypt, and miscellaneous works, such as an interpretation of the Mass.
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In the words of the twelfth-century Hildebert von Lavardin:
Hildebert Wagner Award", created to honor the outstanding efforts of Prof.
Esa era tambien la preocupacion de Hildebert Isnard (1978) cuando escribia: <<no hay sociedad sin un espacio que le sea propio, en el cual las generaciones se suceden en una continuidad tal que se realiza una identificacion entre un pueblo y su territorio>>.
(11) "Bei Hildebert von Lavardin steht ein Gedicht 'De Virginitate BMV' ('Sol, crystallus, aqua', AH, 50.419f).
Farnsworth co-founded the peer-reviewed journal Phytomedicine: International Journal of Phytotherapy and Phytopharmacology, along with Professor Hildebert Wagner, PhD, at the University of Munich, who remains the journal's editor-in-chief.
It sees a revival of the Latin classics, of Latin prose, and of Latin verse, both in the ancient style of Hildebert and the new rhymes of the Goliardi, and the formation of the liturgical drama ...
London, British Library, MS Royal 7 Aiv (Hildebert of Lavardin, letters) London, British Library, MSS 7 F.vii + viii (Roger Bacon, Opus maius) Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson C.308 (Bede, De ratione temporum)
Hildegard von Bingen was the tenth child of Hildebert and Mechthild von Bermersheim.
9, qui renvoie aussi, d'apres le dossier hagiographique (Vitae de Gilon et Hildebert de Lavardin), au cas d'un musulman converti durant un voyage de l'abbe de Cluny en Espagne.
Entre ellos podemos mencionar a Roger Dion, Higounet, Maximilian Sorre, Hildebert Isnard y Pierre George por el campo de la Geografia y Fernand Braudel, Pierre Vilar, Michel Vovelle, Georges Duby, Philippe Aries, Emmanuel Leroy Ladurie y Jacques LeGoff, por el campo de la Historia.
815) ou il est attibue a l'eveque du Mans Hildebert. Sur ce changement dans l'attribution de ce texte, cf.