Hartwig Hartwich, Seliger
Hartwig (Hartwich), beatified, feast day June 14, b. around 955, d. Dec. 5, 1023, Archbishop of Salzburg (991-1023); in 996 granted the market right and coining prerogative by Emperor Otto III; played an important role in the reforms of the monasteries of St. Georgen am Längsee (Carinthia) and Göß (Styria) and also in the church reforms (set up a uniform system of parishes), commissioned the building of Nonnberg monastery church and Hartwig cathedral in Salzburg.
Literature: H. Dopsch and H. Spatzenegger, Geschichte Sbg. - Stadt und Land, vol. 1, 1981.