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Who is Adalbert?
Adalbert was an 11th-century prelate. Having been consecrated elsewhere, he is said by the Saxon writer Adam of Bremen to have been sent to become Bishop of Orkney by his namesake, Adalbert, Archbishop of Hamburg. He is mentioned as the successor of Bishop John.
Adalbert is a fictional film character.
Adalbert: Adalberto es un nombre propio masculino de origen germánico en su variante en español. Deriva del antiguo alemán, compuesto de adal y behrt, que significa "el que brilla por su nobleza", "ilustre por su nobleza".
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by John Henry Blunt
ADALBERT (written also Adelbert, ...
by Johann Jakob Herzog
Adalbert was elevated to the chair through the influence of Henry III. During the ...
Catholic Encyclopedia (1912)
It was not the Agilol: finger family, as is erroneously supposed but Counts Adalbert and Otkar (Ottokar) of W'arngau and Tegernsee who founded in 746 ( not 719) a Benedictine abbey on Lake T ern near the little Church of Our Saviour that was ...
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St. Adalbert's Basilica
The tallest building in the country, this cathedral is the seat of the Catholic Church in Hungary.
Built atop the ruins of several older churches, the original foundation dates back to the year 1000 AD.
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Scrabble value of A1D2A1L1B3E1R1T1
The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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