Herrad of Landsberg 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. Born about 1130 at the castle of Landsberg, the seat of a noble Alsatian family, she entered Hohenburg Abbey in the Vosges mountains, about fifteen miles from Strasbourg, at an early age. Hohenburg Abbey known as Mont St Odile, was run by Abbess Relinda, a nun sent from the Benedictine monastery of Bergen in Bavaria. Due to her support from the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa the abbey was successful and powerful, as well as a source for reform. At the abbey Herrad received the most comprehensive education available to women during the 12th century; as she grew older she rose to a high position in office at the abbey, was soon put in charge of governing and educating her fellow nuns. After Relinda's death, Herrad was elected abbess in 1167; as abbess, Herrad worked on rebuilding the monastery, as well as consolidating the land surrounding the monastery under its ownership.
She proved herself to be a capable and well-loved abbess, it was at this time that she began her work on the Hortus Deliciarum. Herrad was abbess for 28 years, continued in that office until her death in 1195. Adelhaid of Faimingen was her successor; as early as 1159 Herrad had begun within the cloister walls the work for which she is best known, the Hortus Deliciarum, a compendium of all the sciences studied at that time. It was written for the women in Herrad's convent, in order to further the teaching of biblical and theological material, was completed in 1185. In it, Herrad delves into the battle of Virtue and Vice with vivid visual imagery preceding the text; the original manuscript consisted of 648 pages on 324 parchment sheets. The majority of the work is written in Latin, with 1250 glosses in German; the work shows a wide range of reading. Its chief claim to distinction is the 336 illustrations. Many of these are symbolical representations of theological and literary themes; the technique has been much admired and in every instance they show an artistic imagination, rare in Herrad's contemporaries.
While other artists and writers contributed to the Hortus Deliciarum, it was compiled and edited by Herrad. Many of the poems and hymns were written by Herrad, it is speculated that much of the art was created under the direction of Herrad as well. After having been preserved for centuries at Hohenburg Abbey, the manuscript of Hortus Deliciarum passed into the municipal library of Strasbourg about the time of the French Revolution. There the miniatures were copied by Christian Moritz Engelhardt and published by Cotta in Stuttgart in 1818; the text was copied and published by Straub and Keller between 1879 and 1899 including some coloured copies from Herrad's illustrations made by Wilhelm Stengel. Thus, although the original perished in the burning of the libraries of the Protestant seminary and the city of Strasbourg during the siege of 1870 in the Franco-Prussian War, we can still form an estimate of the artistic and literary value of Herrad's work. Women artists Hildegard von Bingen Hrotsvitha of Gandersheim This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Herbermann, Charles, ed..
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David Fluellen Jr. is an American football running back for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles after the 2014 NFL Draft, he played college football at Toledo. Fluellen played high school football at Lockport High School. Fluellen played college football at Toledo; as a freshman in 2010, he had 38 carries for 224 rushing one rushing touchdown. As a sophomore in 2011, he had 97 carries for 493 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns to go along with 16 receptions for 155 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns; as a junior in 2012, he had 259 carries for 1,498 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns to go along with 32 receptions for 246 receiving yards. As a senior in 2013, he had 167 carries for 1,121 rushing yards and ten rushing touchdowns to go along with 27 receptions for 222 receiving yards. Following the 2014 NFL Draft, Fluellen was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles. Fluellen was traded to the Indianapolis Colts for placekicker Cody Parkey on August 20, 2014.
Fluellen was waived by the Colts on August 30, 2014. On July 29, 2015, Fluellen signed with the Tennessee Titans, he was released at the end of roster cuts and was added to the Titans' practice squad where he spent his entire rookie season. On September 2, 2016, Fluellen was released by the Titans as part of final roster cuts; the next day, he was signed to the Titans' practice squad. He was promoted to the active roster on November 7, 2016, he was signed to the practice squad the next day. He signed a reserve/future contract with the Titans on January 2, 2017. On September 17, 2017, in Week 2, Fluellen had the first three rushes of his career, which went for 18 yards, in a 37–16 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Overall, he finished; the Titans finished second in the AFC South with a 9–7 record and made the playoffs as a Wild Card team. In the Wild Card Round against the Kansas City Chiefs, Fluellen returned a kickoff for 12 yards right before halftime; the Titans won 22-21. Fluellen made his first rush of the season, a two-yarder, in Week 7 during a narrow 20-19 loss against the Los Angeles Chargers.
During Week 10 against the New England Patriots, he rushed three times for 14 yards before exiting the 34-10 victory with a knee injury. He missed the next five games before being placed on injured reserve on December 20, 2018. In seven games, he had four. On March 11, 2019, Fluellen re-signed with the Titans, he was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury on October 4. Fluellen, a native of Lockport, New York, is married to WSMV-TV anchor/reporter Desiree Wiley, he has a brother. His brother, was a running back at Syracuse and Maine. Fluellen enjoys mini-golf and watching movies with his wife in his free time, he hosted the first annual David Fluellen Football Camp in June 2018 at his high school alma mater in New York, Lockport High School. Toledo Rockets bio Tennessee Titans bio Rotoworld profile
Rosalie Craig is an English actress, noted for her performances in musical theatre. In 2013 she received her first major award, a London Evening Standard Award for Best Performance in a Musical. A profile in The Guardian in November 2014 commented that "actor Rosalie Craig is living proof that stars are not born but made – through a combination of talent, hard work, sheer grit and an ability to connect with audiences. She’s got all in abundance." Craig grew up in Nottingham, studied for a BA in Actor Musicianship at Rose Bruford College, from which she graduated in 2001. After graduation she joined the Royal Shakespeare Company and made her professional stage debut in an adaptation by Adrian Mitchell of Alice in Wonderland. In 2007 she had her first leading role in a West End production, playing the character Arwen in the musical stage adaptation of The Lord of the Rings. Since her notable roles in theatre have included the title character in Tori Amos's The Light Princess at the National Theatre in 2013, for which she was nominated for an Olivier Award as well as winning an Evening Standard Award.
She has had leading parts in City of Angels, Finding Neverland and Ragtime. She appeared in the musical London Road at the National Theatre and subsequently in Rufus Norris's film adaptation. Craig's other work with the National Theatre include: As You Like The Threepenny Opera, she appeared in the premiere of musical Wonder.land, at Palace Theatre, Manchester for the Manchester International Festival. Her television work includes appearances in Spooks, Miranda and Lovesick. In September 2018, Rosalie began appearing alongside Patti LuPone in a revival of the Stephen Sondheim musical Company, she played the lead role of'Bobbie,' reimagined for the first time as a woman. She is married to the actor Hadley Fraser. On 1 November 2016, Rosalie gave birth to the couple's first child, named Elvie. Rosalie Craig on IMDb