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Oliba (IPA: [uˈɫiβə]) (c. 971–1046) was the count of Berga and Ripoll (998–1002), and later abbot of the monasteries of Santa Maria de Ripoll and Sant Miquel de Cuixà (1008–1046) and the bishop of Vic (1018–1046). He is considered one of the spiritual founders of Catalonia and perhaps the most important prelate of his age in the Iberian Peninsula. Oliba was a great writer and from his scriptorium at Ripoll flowed a ceaseless stream of works enlightening us about his world. Most importantly, however, are the Arabic manuscripts he translated into Latin for the benefit of all Europe.

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  • Oliba de Besalú
  • Abad Oliva
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  • Oliva de Besalù
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  • Oliva (en catalán: Oliba) (971 - San Miguel de Cuixá, 30 de octubre de 1046) fue un abad benedictino de la Orden de San Benito, Obispo y Conde de Berga y Ripoll. No se le debe confundir con su homónimo el monje Oliba, unos años posterior y escritor sobre materias científicas en el mismo monasterio de Ripoll.
  • Abt Oliba (katalanisch Abat Oliba) (* 971 in Besalú; † 1046 in Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa) war Graf von Berga, Abt verschiedener Benediktinerklöster und Bischof von Vic. Er wird von vielen als ‚geistiger Vater‘ Kataloniens angesehen.
  • Oliva de Besalù (ou Oliba), né à Besalú (Comté de Besalú) en 971 et mort à l'abbaye Saint-Michel de Cuxa (Comté de Conflent) le 30 octobre 1046, est un comte de Berga et un comte de Ripoll devenu évêque de Vic. Il est célèbre notamment pour avoir instauré une trêve de Dieu en 1027.
  • Oliba (IPA: [uˈɫiβə]) (c. 971–1046) was the count of Berga and Ripoll (998–1002), and later abbot of the monasteries of Santa Maria de Ripoll and Sant Miquel de Cuixà (1008–1046) and the bishop of Vic (1018–1046). He is considered one of the spiritual founders of Catalonia and perhaps the most important prelate of his age in the Iberian Peninsula. Oliba was a great writer and from his scriptorium at Ripoll flowed a ceaseless stream of works enlightening us about his world. Most importantly, however, are the Arabic manuscripts he translated into Latin for the benefit of all Europe.
  • Оли́ба (кат. Oliba; около 971, Бесалу — 30 декабря 1046, Конфлент) — граф Берги и Рипольеса (988—1003), аббат монастырей Санта-Мария-де-Риполь и Сан-Мигель-де-Кюкса (кат. Sant Miquel de Cuixà) (1008—1046), епископ Вика (1018—1046). Считается одним из духовных основателей Каталонии и одним из важнейших прелатов своего времени на Пиренейском полуострове.
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