Title: Abbot of Montier-en-Der

Alternate names/spellings: Adso Deruensis

Dates: 992 - 992 (Dates are approximate. This is the date Adso of Montier-en-Der died. ) 

Elected abbot of the Clunaic monastery of Montier-en-Der in France in 960, Adso was a prominent author of the tenth century. His surviving works include hymns, several lives of saints, and a popular treatise on the Antichrist and the apocalypse. He died while on pilgrimage to Jerusalem. For more information, see: