Hildegard von Bingen

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Saint Hildegard von Bingen was a 12th century abbess of Rupertsberg. Her conlang, Lingua Ignota is one of the earliest known existing conlangs. She is thus also one of the very first known conlangers. She was canonized by the Catholic church on 10 May 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI.

Her feast day, 17 September, is recognised among some conlangers as being a conlanging holiday. Following a proposal by the Conlanging Librarian in 2010, it is not uncommon in the community to be wished a happy St. Hildegard's day.

This article is one of many about Conlangers.

Notable modern conlangers: David J. Peterson * Marc Okrand * Mark Rosenfelder
Historically significant conlangers: Hildegard von Bingen * J. R. R. Tolkien * L. L. Zamenhof
General Conlangers: Bjorn Bakker * Danny Wier * "Millsaic"

This article is part of a series on Conlanging Culture.

Conlanging culture: Conlang flag * Conlang terminology * Language Creation Conference
Conlanging organizations: Language Creation Society
Conlanging forums and online communities: Conlang-L FAQ * List of communities * PFJ * Zompist Bulletin Board
Conlanging websites: Cwnc.net
Conlanging games: Conlang relay * Comentary Conlanging * Glossotechnia * #Lexember
Misc: Software tools for conlanging * My First Conlang * St Hildegard's day * *