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Adalbert was a well-educated man, having studied for about ten years ( 970-80 ) in Magdeburg under Saint Adalbert of Magdeburg.
In 981 his father, Prince Slavnik, and both his mentors died. Saint Adalbert.
In 982, still not yet thirty years old, Adalbert became the Bishop of Prague .< ref >“ Saint Adalbert of Prague ”.
Saint Boniface ( c 680 750 ), Pope Gregory I ( c 540 604, r. 590 604 ), Adalbert of Egmond ( 8th century ), and priest Jeroen van Noordwijk, depicted in a 1529 painting by Jan Joostsz van Hillegom, currently on display at the Frans Hals Museum.
At the age of six he was sent to be educated in Magdeburg, seat of Adalbert of Magdeburg, the teacher and namesake of Saint Adalbert.
While in Rome for Otto's imperial coronation, Bruno met Saint Adalbert of Prague, the first Apostle of the Prussians, killed a year later, which inspired Bruno to write a biography of St Adalbert when he reached the recently Christianized and consolidated Kingdom of Hungary himself.
Bruno spent much time at the monastery where Adalbert had become a monk and where abbot John Canaparius may have written a life of Saint Adalbert.
Thietmar of Merseburg says that the first archbishop of Magdeburg, Saint Adalbert of Magdeburg, before being promoted to this high rank, was sent by Emperor Otto to the country of the Rus ' ( Rusciae ) as a simple bishop but was expelled by pagan allies of Svyatoslav I.
He expected absolute obedience, so much so that it took the mediation of Archbishop Adalbert of Mainz to prevent the suspension of Saint Otto of Bamberg for non-attendance.
From the eleventh century they rested at the church of Saint Adalbert, now Saint Bartholomew, on the island in the Tiber in Rome ; in 1908 Pope Pius X permitted them to be translated to the new Cathedral at Nola, where they were reinterred on May 15, 1909.
According to his legends, Vajk was baptized a Christian by Saint Adalbert of Prague.
An equestrian statue of Saint Wenceslaus and other patrons of Bohemia ( St. Adalbert, St. Ludmila, St. Prokop and St. Agnes of Bohemia ) is located on Wenceslaus Square in Prague.
Otto III gave Bolesław a replica of his Holy Lance ( part of the Imperial Regalia ) and Bolesław presented the Emperor with a relic, an arm of Saint Adalbert in exchange.
On the same foreign visit, Otto III raised Gniezno to the rank of an archbishopric and installed Radzim Gaudenty, a brother of Saint Adalbert, as its first archbishop.
In 999 Bishop Adalbert was canonized as Saint Adalbert by Pope Sylvester II.
* Saint Adalbert of Prague is sent to Prussia by Boleslaus I of Poland.
* April 23 Saint Adalbert of Prague ( martyred )

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Statue of Saint Methodius at the Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc in Moravia in the Czech Republic
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The hymn " Svatý Václave " ( Saint Wenceslas ) or " Saint Wenceslas Chorale " is one of the oldest known Czech songs in history.
Since 2000, the feast day of Saint Wenceslas ( September 28 ) is a public holiday in the Czech Republic, celebrated as Czech Statehood Day.
** Silvia Saint, Czech actress
He died in 9 December 1437 at Znojmo (), Moravia ( now Czech Republic ), and as ordered in life, he was buried at Nagyvárad, Hungary ( today Oradea, Romania ), next to the tomb of the king Saint Ladislaus I of Hungary, who was the ideal of the perfect monarch, warrior and Christian for that time and was deeply venerated by Sigismund.
Rudolph I of Germany at stained glass in Saint Jerome's chapel in town hall in Olomouc ( Czech Republic )
* Czech Republic Saint Vojtěch ( Adalbert ), Saint Wenceslas
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Silvia Saint ( born Silvie Tomčalová ; February 12, 1976 ) is a Czech former pornographic actress.
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Some of the notable people who have spoken at Saint Mary's College since August 2006 are human rights activists Dolores Huerta and Mother Antonia, local US congress members Ellen Tauscher and George Miller, Czech politician / diplomat Jan Kavan, former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich and Kevin Quigley, head of the Peace Corps Association.

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Salieri is characterized as both in awe of and insanely jealous of Mozart, going so far as to renounce God for blessing his adversary ; " Amadeus " means love of God, or God's love, and the play can be said to be about God-given talent, or the lack thereof: Salieri is hospitalized in a mental institution, where he announces himself as " the Patron Saint of mediocrity ".
By this time Naples seems to have become tired of his music ; the Romans, however, appreciated it better, and it was at the Teatro Capranica in Rome that he produced some of his finest operas ( Telemaco, 1718 ; Marco Attilio Regolò, 1719 ; La Griselda, 1721 ), as well as some noble specimens of church music, including a mass for chorus and orchestra, composed in honor of Saint Cecilia for Cardinal Acquaviva in 1721.
Another was unveiled at St Mildred's Church, Bread St, London, in 1932 ; that church was destroyed in the London Blitz in 1940, but the principal elements of the monument were re-erected in St Mary-le-Bow at the west end of Watling Street, near Saint Paul's Cathedral, in 1968.
No. 976 ; Günzburg Libr., Saint Petersburg ; Parma ; Ramsgate Montefiore College Library ( formerly Halberstam, No. 192 ); and Turin.
Saint Apollos ( Ἀπολλώς ; contracted from Apollonius ) is an apostle who is also a 1st century Alexandrian Jewish Christian mentioned several times in the New Testament.
Kerguelen Islands ( France ; also an EU Overseas territory ) are situated in the Antarctic Convergence area, while the Falkland Islands, Isla de los Estados, Hornos Island with Cape Horn, Diego Ramírez Islands, Campbell Island, Macquarie Island, Amsterdam and Saint Paul Islands, Crozet Islands, Prince Edward Islands, and Gough Island and Tristan da Cunha group remain north of the Convergence and thus outside the Antarctic region.
Many artists, including Martin Schongauer, Hieronymus Bosch, Dorothea Tanning, Max Ernst, and Salvador Dalí, have depicted these incidents from the life of Anthony ; in prose, the tale was retold and embellished by Gustave Flaubert in The Temptation of Saint Anthony.
Saint Anthony had been under the impression that he was the first person to ever dwell in the desert ; however, due to a vision, Saint Anthony was called into the desert to find his predecessor, Saint Paul.
Bede ( ; ; 672 / 673 26 May 735 ), also referred to as Saint Bede or the Venerable Bede (), was an English monk at the Northumbrian monastery of Saint Peter at Monkwearmouth and of its companion monastery, Saint Paul's, in modern Jarrow ( see Monkwearmouth-Jarrow ), both in the Kingdom of Northumbria.
He had access to two works of Eusebius: the Historia Ecclesiastica, and also the Chronicon, though he had neither in the original Greek ; instead he had a Latin translation of the Historia, by Rufinus, and Saint Jerome's translation of the Chronicon.
In Christian iconography, some works of art depict women with their breasts in their hands or on a platter, signifying that they died as a martyr by having their breasts severed ; one example of this is Saint Agatha of Sicily.
Other cities with extensive canal networks include: Alkmaar, Amersfoort, Bolsward, Brielle, Delft, Den Bosch, Dokkum, Dordrecht, Enkhuizen, Franeker, Gouda, Haarlem, Harlingen, Leeuwarden, Leiden, Sneek and Utrecht in the Netherlands ; Brugge and Gent in Flanders, Belgium ; Birmingham in England ; Saint Petersburg in Russia ; Hamburg and Berlin in Germany ; Fort Lauderdale and Cape Coral in Florida, United States.

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