Ruins of Disibodenberg Monastery

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Arienne King
by E-W
published on 15 April 2019
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The large Benedictine Monastery of Disibodenberg was built in 1108 by Archbishop Ruthard of Mainz (c. 11th Century - 1109 CE). According to tradition, St. Disibod of Ireland had settled what became known as Disibodenberg in 640 CE. Disibodenberg Monastery was home to St. Hildegard of Bingen (1198 - 1179 CE) for around 40 years.

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E-W, . (2019, April 15). Ruins of Disibodenberg Monastery. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/10457/

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