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Bisch·of

(bish'of),
W., 20th-century German neurosurgeon. See: Bischof myelotomy.
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To accomplish these herculean tasks he called "repeatedly" on his cousin Lioba, a "learned woman" who has been called Germaniae Apostola, "the woman apostle of Germany" Together they founded three monasteries in Germany and she became abbess of the large monastery of Bischoffsheim.
This radical style gained full recognition in 1926, when Frank was commissioned to decorate some of the rooms of the Hotel Bischoffsheim, the Paris townhouse where arts patrons Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles had decided to settle.
It's also possible to visit the beautifully restored train station and museum in quaint Villa Clara, a town named for Baron Hirsch's wife, Clara Bischoffsheim, who carried on her husband's philanthropic labor after he died in 1896.