ARN (railway station)
Arn (bishop of Würzburg)
Saint Arn or Arno von Endsee (died 13 July 892) was the Bishop of Würzburg from 855 until his death. He was a pupil of Bishop Gozbald, who died on 20 September 855; Arn was elected bishop in his place. Arn was a warrior-prelate, recorded fighting against almost every external foe of the Germans at one point in his career or another.
In his first year in office, the cathedral of Würzburg was destroyed by lightning and Arn had to rebuild it. He was an active participator in the East Frankish government of Louis the German (who appointed him), Charles the Fat, and Arnulf of Carinthia.
In 871, Louis the German held an assembly at Frankfurt and from there sent Arn and Ruodolt, Margrave of the Nordgau, to defend the border between the Duchy of Bavaria and Great Moravia because he had heard that the Moravians were planning an invasion. The Moravians had constructed a very large, circular wall to force the Germans through a very narrow opening and thus cut them off from fleeing. Arn, however, aware of the trap, caught a Moravian army leading back a Bohemian bride offguard and forced it into the trap. The Moravian were forced to abandon their horses and flee on foot. In 872, however, he assisted Carloman of Bavaria against Svatopluk of Moravia and was defeated.
In 884, Arn and Henry of Franconia led the forces of all East Francia against a Viking army invading Saxony and were victorious. In 892, Arn, on the advice of Poppo, Duke of Thuringia, had undertaken an expedition against the Wends and was killed, either during a mass on the Chemnitz near Frankenburg or, after withdrawing to Sandberg (perhaps Wiederau or Taurastein), in a decisive battle with the Slavs. Poppo was deposed from his office for his poor counsel and Arn was replaced by Rudolf, a member of the Conradine family.
He is buried in St-Aegidien in Colditz and was immediately reckoned a martyr. He was finally canonised in the 18th century. Around 1250, a chapel was built in his honour at Mittweida.
Usage examples of "arn".
From such a beginning had grown the great Mid-Galactic Empire which Arn Abbas now governed.
If this incredible thing was really true, he was going to do what Zarth Arn asked.
Then, at once, the clear mental voice of Zarth Arn came into his mind.
Zarth Arn had said that was the name of his scientific colleague in the future.
Zarth Arn chose this lonely spot on the planet, simply so that his secret experiments would not be disturbed.
Yours is the remotest period of the past that Zarth Arn has yet tried to explore.
Zarth Arn, my most devoted scientific pupil, wanted to try it out and he helped me build and test the apparatus.
In these is the vast mass of information brought back by Zarth Arn from past ages he has explored thus.
Zarth Arn, the man whose body I now inhabit, is son of the greatest ruler in the galaxy?
Gordon remembered now that Zarth Arn had said he was high in the Empire.
That meant that these men were enemies of the great star-kingdom to whose ruling house Zarth Arn belonged.
Zarth Arn had never foreseen anything like this happening when he had planned the exchange of bodies!
For Zarth Arn had made him promise to tell that to no one, had wArned that to do so would mean disaster.
Zarth Arn had insisted that to tell anyone would bring disaster on both Gordon and himself.
Gordon had determined that his only possible course of action was to play the part of Zarth Arn as best he could at Throon, and return as soon as possible to the tower-laboratory on Earth.