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Admont is a town in Styria, Austria, with a population of 2775. It is historically most notable for Admont Abbey, a monastery founded in 1074.
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Wallace's Monthly (1882)
Admont is a fair type of the majority of Mr. Bruen's two-year-olds (both stallions and fillies) in natural swiftness at the trotting gait and in j superiority of build. Of the large crop of well-bred, well-built yearlings, a couple of fillies now being bitted ...
by Peter Evan Turnbull
Admont is a small agricultural town of about nine hundred inhabitants, situated at the elevation of nearly two thousand three hundred feet above the sea, and surrounded by mountains from five to seven thousand feet higher than itself.
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne
Admont, a Benedictine abbey in Styria, ...
An Alphabetical Subject Index and Index Encyclopaedia to Periodical Articles on Religion, 1890-1899 (1907)
by Ernest Cushing Richardson
D a s Benediktinerstift Admont .
by Bruno Becchio, Johannes P. Schadé
Admont, Abbey of Benedictine foundation in Stria, diocese of Graz-Seckau, mentioned in a document of 859. It reached its peak under abbots Gottfried and Irimbert (1138-77) with a scriptorium famous for illumination. After plunderings by ...
A New Geographical Dictionary ... to which is now added the latitude and longitude of the most considerable cities and towns,&c., of the world, omitted in the first publication, etc (1738)
E A ADMONT, or EAMONT, a Y, R. of the Cou. of Weffmoreland. EARNE, or LOUGH EARNE, a large La. in the Cou. of Fermanagh, in the Pro. of Uiffer in Ireland; it is about 30 m. in Length, divided in 2 Parts, & has many little Isls. in one of ...
by Richard C. Ropp
“Admontite” is a magnesium borate mineral with formula: MgB6O10$7H2O. It is named after Admont, Austria. An alternate formula is ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
ADMONT, a market-town, in the circle of Judenbirg, Upper Syria, between the Ers and Belta, six miles N.N.E. of Rosenman. ADMORTIZATION, in the feudal customs, the reduction of the property of lands or tenements to mortmain.
A New English Dictionary ... The Fourth Edition, Carefully Revised ... By J. K. [i.e. John Kersey.] (1739)
by John Kersey
Mbgfmgy, helotgingto an Adtnonltion ; fer-ving ta admont/h .
by William M. Johnston
Rhic Admont Abbey (Benedictine), Styria, rebuilt 18th century. Photo courtesy of. Worldly spirits have been recognized from Buddhism's earliest days, at least according to the stories it tells about its origins.
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Benedictine monastery with amazing library.
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