User:Inge-Lyubov

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Greetings all!

I live in North Texas, as have most of my forefathers for the past one hundred years or so. I was born in Dallas, but moved to Flower Mound several years ago.

I generally make minor edits and nitpick wherever I find problems, but right now I am focusing on translating articles from German and working with the missing encylopedic articles project. I can also be found doing a lot of work with interlanguage links. My great loves are foreign languages, grammar, poetry, history, and religion.

I am almost fluent in German, and do some translating from the German Wikipedia. My reading level is higher than my writing ability, so I don't do much translating in the other direction.

I award this Barnstar to Inge-Lyobov for great efforts in translating articles to English. Adammathias
This user is currently working on
translating whatever catches my interest.


To Do[edit]

  • Patrona Bavariae
  • Lombardischer Baustil
  • Waldsassen
  • Finish the Viertels (Wald and Industrie)
  • Improve Austria and Bavaria coverage in general

Articles and Stubs Created[edit]

People[edit]

Francois Gaspard Adam - Alexander of Neckam - Lucien-Louis-Joseph-Napoleon Cardinal Bonaparte - Zénaïde Laetitia Julie Bonaparte - John Britton (martyr) - Thomas Cottam - Georg Franz Ebenhech - John Felton (martyr) - Thomas Ford (martyr) - Nicholas Garlick - Gertrude of Hackeborn - John Hambley - Elise Herz - John Ingram - William Ireland - Franz Ittenbach - Ferdinand Janner - Denis Jamay - Pierre de Jarric - Philipp Jeningen - Edmond Jeaurat - Claude Judde - George Taylor Jester - Jan Joest - Jarlath - Jocelin of Wells - John of Genoa - John of Winterthur - Jordanus of Giano - Joseph of Exeter - Joseph of Issachar - Julian of Speyer - Juliana of Liège - Josef Jungmann - Benedetto Justiniani - Nicholas Justiniani - Alexander Kaufmann - Luke Kirby - John Larke - Gustaw Lewita - Maelrubha - Manahen - Mark of Lisbon - Tobie Matthew - Michael de Sanctis - Monk of Malmesbury - Moses Abigdor Lichtenstadt - Matthew of Janow - Thomas Metham - Jan Milic - Luis de Montesinos - Domingo Fernández Navarrete - Nabor and Felix - Notburga - Novatus - Richard of Ingworth - Simon of Cascia - Simon of Cramaud - Simon of Cremona - Simon of Tournai - Simon Edler von Lämel - Peter Ernst von Lasaulx - Simone da Orsenigo - Robert Rochester - John Shert - Tewdrig - James Thompson (martyr) - Juan Bautista de Toledo - Williram

Places[edit]

Isola del Liri - Poggio a Caiano - Posillipo - Riese Pio X - Sotto il Monte Giovanni XXIII - Tvrdošín

Poetry[edit]

Ballad Meter - Luc Bat - Pathya Vat - Reverdie - Than-Bauk - Song That Luc Bat - Ya-Du

Other[edit]

Agnes (name) - Alvina - Angelica (name) - Beata - Bishop of Gurk - Bishop of Rottenburg-Stuttgart - Collin Street Bakery - Eine florentinische Tragödie - Flower Mound High School - Jana - Jesu Dulcis Memoria - Josephine (name) - Jubilate Sunday - Mandubii - O Sanctissima

Articles Translated[edit]

Buildings[edit]

Belvedere (Potsdam) - Christ Church, Windhoek - Church of the Redeemer, Sacrow - Glienicke Palace - Gurk Cathedral - Gurk Monastery - Kaffee Alt Wien - Castle Kynžvart - Mariazell Basilica - Monastery of St. Lambrecht - New Cathedral, Linz - The New Chambers at Sanssouci - Orangery Palace - Ss. Peter and Paul, Wannsee - St. Andreaskirche, Hildesheim - St. Bartholomä - St. Jacobi, Hamburg - St. Mary's (Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel) - St. Matthew's Church (Hamburg) - Peterskirche (Vienna) - St. Stephan's Cathedral, Passau - Sisi Chapel - Temple of Friendship

Districts and Regions[edit]

Altbayern - Bruck an der Mur (district) - Glâne (district) - Mostviertel - Pleißeland - Sankt Veit an der Glan (district) - Veveyse (district) - Visp (district) - Völkermarkt (district)

Ethnic groups[edit]

Banat Swabians - Black Sea Germans - Crimea Germans - Dobrujan Germans - Germans in the Czech Republic - Regat Germans - Satu Mare Swabians - Transylvanian Landler - Zipser Germans

Municipalities and Buroughs[edit]

Abtei-Badia - Aflenz Kurort - Alesia (city) - Almuñécar - Altkirchen - Audierne - Bad Staffelstein - Ciutadella - Comiso - Crimmitschau - Deutschkreutz - Drogen - Endschütz - Erdeven - Etmißl - Floridia - Forst, Switzerland - Frauendorf (Bad Staffelstein) - Frauenkirchen - Gurk (town) - Heukewalde - Heyersdorf - Hilbersdorf - Horsdorf - Jonaswalde - Kauern - Kirchlauter - Berlin-Kladow - Kleinmariazell - Kobersdorf - Lackenbach - Linda bei Weida - Lucka - Maria Taferl - Mattersburg - Múli - Neuenegg - Niederried bei Kallnach - Nöbdenitz - Norðdepil - Paitzdorf - Parschlug - Plouhinec (Finistère) - Pont-Croix - Posterstein - Rückersdorf - Saara - St. Aegyd am Neuwalde - Sankt Lambrecht - Sankt Märgen - Schmölln - Seibersdorf - Skarð - Slættanes - Straßburg, Austria - Šamorín - Thonhausen - Turnau (Styria) - Víkar, Faroe Islands - Viðareiði - Vollmershain - Wattendorf - Wildenbörten

People[edit]

Adalbero of Eppenstein - Agnes of Wittelsbach - Georg Benda - Josef Beran - Agnes Bernauer - Helga Dernesch - Gebhard Fürst - Bernward of Hildesheim - Pavel Bořkovec - Johannes van den Bosch - Heðin Brú - Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria - Godert van der Capellen - Gjergj Fishta - Gertrud of Brunswick - Gertrud of Süpplingenburg - Hervé (composer) - Johann Baptist von Keller - Angelika Kirchschlager - Ján Chryzostom Korec - Frida Leider - Peter Joseph Lenné - Franz Xaver von Linsenmann - Carlo Lurago - Ewald Mataré - Georg Moser - Jean-Baptiste Pater - Jiří Pauer - Antoine Pesne - Richenza of Northeim - Rikdag - Johann Abraham Peter Schulz - Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell - Vladimir Sommer - Nina von Stauffenberg

Rivers[edit]

Alazani - Gölsen (river) - Guaviare River - Gurk (river) - Mürz - Piesting - Pleiße - Salza (Austria) - Sprotte - Traisen (river) - Ybbs

Other[edit]

Battle of Lucka - Brunonen - Cape Enniberg - Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart - Democratic Forum of Germans in Romania - Dorotheum - Europe - Democracy - Esperanto - Frederician Rococo - Grüß Gott - Hunor and Magor - Pustertal - Ruinenberg - Sacrower See - Schnitger organ (Hamburg) - Seebergsattel - Siebengemeinden - Styrian Seeberg - Tabasco pepper - Treaty of Teschen

Major Contributions/Translations[edit]

Andau - Catalectic - Catholic Church in the Faroe Islands - Gilbertine - Hustopeče - Jänschwalde - Joan of Portugal (nun) - Beauford Jester - Robert Johnson (martyr) - Wincenty Kadłubek - Kittsee - Leitha - Louis I of Hungary - Mariazell - Margraviate of Meißen - Nguyen Du - Pacem in Terris - Piribebuy - Raiding (Austria) - Slovenj Gradec - St. Johannis, Lüneburg - Cornelis van Vollenhoven - Ybbs an der Donau

Minor Contributions/Translations[edit]

Agnes of Babenberg - Apple of Sodom - Hendrik Niehoff - Jacob of Juterbogk - John Nelson (martyr) on the page Blessed John Nelson (later merged) - Passion Sunday - She Walks in Beauty - John Story - Volvic (Mineral water) - Wilhelmine of Bayreuth

Categories Created[edit]

Category:Abandoned cities in the Faroe Islands - Category:Burmese literature - Category:cities and towns in Carinthia - Category:cities and towns in Lower Austria - Category:cities and towns in Styria - Category:cities and towns in Tyrol - Category:cities and towns in Upper Austria - Category:cities and towns in Vorarlberg - Category:Lower Austria - Category:Poetry of Lord Byron

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Under Construction[edit]

Notes to self for later:
  • German Mediatisation = Secularization of 1803
  • Thomism = Thomistic theology
  • Most appropriate word for tourism ever: Fremdenverkehr.


Patrona Bavariae (English: Patroness of Bavaria) is a title of the Virgin Mary as the patron saint of Bavaria.

Early Marian Devotion in Bavaria== The earliest described Marian church in Bavaria is a predicessor of the Freising Cathedral. This was already existant in 724, when Saint Corbinian came to Freising. It is consecrated to the Frestival of the Birth of the Virgin Mary on 8 September. This church became the cathedral church of the Bishopric of Bavaria that was established in 739. The devotion to Mary in Bavaria led in the Middle Ages to many churches and pilgrimage sites being dedicated to her there, e.g. Ettal, Maria Thalheim (now in Fraunberg), and Altötting.

Patrona Bavariae==