Blessed Thiemo of Salzburg

photograph of a stained glass window in Liesing Austria; swiped off the Wikipedia
Also known as

  • Dietmar
  • Theodinarus
  • Theodmarus
  • Thimo

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Born to the Bavarian nobility. Benedictine monk at Niederaltaich Abbey. Renowned painter, engravers, sculptor, and artist in metal. Abbot of Saint Peter’s Abbey in Salzburg, Austria in 1077. Archbishop of Salzburg in 1090. Attended the Council of Piacenza in 1095 which took place during a period of turmoil over lay investiture and the appointment of illegitimate bishops. Imprisoned in 1097 and exiled for loyalty to Pope Gregory VII. Crusader in 1101. Captured at Ascalon. Tortured and martyred in Corozain for refusing to apostosize to Islam.

Born

Died

  • 1102 at Corozain, Palestine

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MLA Citation

  • “Blessed Thiemo of Salzburg“. Saints.SQPN.com. 28 September 2013. Web. 1 August 2014. <>