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Ingelheim , officially Ingelheim am Rhein English: The town sprawls along the Rhine 's west bank. It has been Mainz-Bingen's district seat since From the later half of the 8th century, the Ingelheim Imperial Palace , which served emperors and kings as a lodging and a ruling seat until the 11th century, was to be found here. The typically Rhenish-Hessian placename ending —heim might well go back to Frankish times, that is to say, likely as far back as the 5th or 6th century.
The name is recorded in later documents as Ingilinhaim , Ingilinheim , Ingilenhaim , Engelheim , Hengilonheim , Engilonheim , Engilinheim , Hingilinheim , Ingilunheim , Ingulinheim , Ingelesheim , Ingelenheim , Anglia sedes , Ingilheim and Ingelnheim , among other forms. The Rhein forms the town's northern limit. Southwards, the town stretches into the valley of the river Selz , which empties into the Rhein in the constituent community of Frei-Weinheim or Ingelheim-Nord "North".
The municipal area's lowest point is the harbour on the Rhein at The two highest points are the Mainzer Berg at An obelisk on the south side of the village in direction Wackernheim , marks the road begun by Charlemagne , and completed by Napoleon.
From this point a fine prospect of the entire Rheingau could be obtained. Since 1 July Wackernheim and Heidesheim are incorporated into the city of Ingelheim . Ingelheim is currently divided into six Stadtteile: Official changes notwithstanding, the old names are still quite often used. The town lies in the temperate zone. The average yearly temperature in Ingelheim is 9.
The warmest months are July and August with average temperatures of The Ingelheim area was already settled in prehistoric times. The place first earned itself particular importance, though, only under Charlemagne and his successors. Charlemagne had built the Ingelheim Imperial Palace Ingelheimer Kaiserpfalz here, where synods and Imperial diets were held in the time that followed. For German justice history, the Ingelheimer Oberhof "Ingelheim Upper Court" is of particular importance, as a unique collection of judgments from the 15th and 16th centuries that it handed down has been preserved.