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Hildegarde of bingen, also known as st hildegard and the sybil of the rhine, was an enormously influential and spiritual woman, who paved the way for other women to succeed in a number of fields from theology to music she was a mystic writer, who completed three books of her visions during a time . Herrad of landsberg (latin: herrada landsbergensis c 1130 – july 25, 1195) was a 12th-century alsatian nun and abbess of hohenburg abbey in the vosges mountains she was known as the author of the pictorial encyclopedia hortus deliciarum ( the garden of delights ). Hildegard of bingen: visionary woman who encouraged the role of feminism melissa k treharn department of women, gender, sexuality studies and music.
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Women's biography: hildegard of bingen, contains several letters sent and received by hildegard church of st hildegard in eibingen, germany , with information about hildegard von bingen and the eibinger hildegardisshrine. Hildegard of bingen (1098-1179) was a remarkable woman, a first in many fields at a time when few women wrote, hildegard, known as sybil of the rhine, produced major works of theology and visionary writings when few women were accorded respect, she was consulted by and advised bishops, popes . Woman of light discovering hildegard of bingen presented by lyn holley doucet med,ms saint hildegard of bingen (1098–1179) is one of the most inspiring figures in christianity: a doctor of the church, visionary mystic, powerful composer of hymns, artist, and philosopher.
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Visions of power and influence: hildegard of bingen and the politics of mysticism by lisa elena talley the twelfth-century abbess hildegard of bingen (1098-1179) is known for her many talents. Hildegard von bingen was one of the most important composers of the medieval period and kings in a time when women were not respected hildegard von bingen and female church composers . Updated link: hildegard of bingen links and tidbits, from dorothy disse's other women's voices, include a brief biography as well as links to online original latin and translated writings by the sybil of the rhine and to some of her illuminations and secondary sources about her, as well as to bibliographies to print works by and about her. The truth is that hildegard von bingen was a woman of paradoxes: a hardline conservative catholic who acknowledged the weakness of her sex yet fought for recognition in the church a deeply pious nun who appealed to the rule of st benedict and yet contradicted it when it suited her purposes a woman dedicated to the religious life and .
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