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- Albinus was an Italian Cardinal of the late twelfth century. An Augustinian regular canon, he was Bishop of Albano from 1189 to 1197.
- died in (818 years ago)
- Albinus, or Caecina Decius Faustus Albinus, 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 Roman Empire by the referandarius Cyprianus -- only to have Cyprianus then accuse Boethius of the same crime.
- child of Caecina Decius Maximus Basilius
- Albinus 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 of St. Peter's. Through the instructions of the latter he became not only versed in the Scriptures, but likewise a master of Greek and Latin. On the death of Adrian, Albinus succeeded to the abbacy, being the first native Englishman who filled that post. Bede in his epistle says that he was indebted to Albinus for all the facts contained in his history relating to the Kentish church between the first conversion of the English and the time at which he was writing. Much of this information was collected by the presbyter Nothelm, who, at the instigation of Albinus, undertook a journey to Rome and searched the archives there. Nothelm was the medium of communication between Bede and Albinus, for it does not appear that the two ever met. Albinus died in 732, and was buried beside his master Adrian.
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Albinus: 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, -enus, and -inus, used without any additional meaning, in the same sense as the simple forms.
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A possible objection which might be raised against attributing the Didaskalikos to Albinus is that the latter in the Prologos appears to possess considerable first-hand knowledge of the Platonic writings, whereas the writer of ...
A Review of the Primates (1913)
by Daniel Giraud Elliot
philippinensis; albinus is an albino Pygathrix from Ceylon; (C.) carbonarius ...
by Everett Ferguson
Albinus outlinedthree divine entities inadescending hierarchyofGod , Mind ...
A Classical Dictionary ; Containing a Full Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors ; With Tables of Coins, Weights, and Measures, in Use Among the Greeks and Romans ... (1844)
Postumius Albinus; q. Marcius Philippus. The Bacchamalia abolished at Rome. — 567. Ap. Claudius Pulcher ; M. Sempronius Tuditanus. Victories in Spain and Liguria.
by Seth William Stevenson, Frederic William Madden
“The British legions under Albinus were ...
by Abraham Rees
Albinus de Offibus Corporis Humani, 1726, 8vo. ; Albinus de Sceleto ...
A classical dictionary (1812)
by John Lempriere
Postumius Albinus. The Carthagian fleet defeated near the islands Ægates.
Based on the Larger Dictionaries by William Smith
ALBINUS. lake Rcgillos, and consul 496, in which year tome of the annals placed the battle.— 2.
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