Albinus

[abbot] 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

[cardinal] 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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Albinus

[cognomen] 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 other jurisdiction` unlike, Album, Albus, which means `white`. We also find in proper names in Latin, derivatives ending in -anus, ...
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Albinus

Albinus (ălbī'nus) : see Alcuin.
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Albinus

Greek philosopher, a pupil of Gaius and a teacher of Galen, and a forerunner of Neoplatonism.
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Albinus

Type: Term Pronunciation: ahl-bē′nūs, wīs Definitions: 1. Bernhard S., German anatomist and surgeon, 1697-1770. See: Albinus muscle
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