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Albinus

(ălbī`nəs): see AlcuinAlcuin
or Albinus
, 735?–804, English churchman and educator. He was educated at the cathedral school of York by a disciple of Bede; he became principal in 766. Charlemagne invited him (781?) to court at Aachen to set up a school.
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Alcuin

, Albinus
735--804 ad, English scholar and theologian; friend and adviser of Charlemagne
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