Greek philosopher, a pupil of Gaius and a teacher of Galen, and a forerunner of Neoplatonism.
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Albinus is a Anglo-Saxon boy name. The meaning of the name is `Name of an abbot` The name Albinus doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Albinus seems to be unique!
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Type: Term Pronunciation: ahl-bē′nūs, wīs Definitions: 1. Bernhard S., German anatomist and surgeon, 1697-1770. See: Albinus muscle
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Albinus (ălbī'nus) : see Alcuin.
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Albinus (Ἀλβῖνος; fl. c. 150 AD) was a Platonist philosopher, who lived at Smyrna, and was teacher of Galen. A short tract by him, entitled Introduction to Plato`s dialogues, has come down to us. From the title of one of the extant manuscripts we learn that Albinus was a pupil of Gaius the Platonist. The original titl
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Albinus (died 1197) was an Italian Cardinal of the late twelfth century. An Augustinian regular canon, he was Bishop of Albano from 1189 to 1197. He was a legate and an important figure of the papal curia. He was also the author of the Gesta pauperis scolaris, a major source of the Liber Censuum. In politics, he was on good terms
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Albus or Albinus is a Latin surname, or cognomen, best known as the name of the main branch of the patrician gens Postumia. Albus, Albinus, the original form of the name, means "foreign", "someone of ofther jurisdiction" unlike, Album, Albus, which means "white". We also find in proper names in Latin, derivatives ending in -anus,
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Albinus (died 732) was an abbot of St Augustine`s Abbey, Canterbury. He assisted Bede in the compilation of his Historia Ecclesiastica, and what we know concerning him is chiefly derived from the dedicatory epistle at the beginning of that work. Albinus was a pupil of Archbishop Theodore and his coadjutor Adrian of Canterbury, abbot
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Albinus, or Caecina Decius Faustus Albinus, (floruit 490-525) was a Roman politician during the reign of Theodoric the Great. He held the consulship with Flavius Eusebius in 493. Albinus is best known for being identified with the senator whom Boethius defended from accusations of treasonous correspondence with the Eastern Roma
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