Alcuin

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Al·cuin

 (ăl′kwĭn) also Al·bi·nus (ăl-bī′nəs) 735?-804.
Anglo-Saxon prelate and scholar who was a leader in the revival of learning in medieval Europe.
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Alcuin

(ˈælkwɪn) or

Albinus

n
(Biography) 735–804 ad, English scholar and theologian; friend and adviser of Charlemagne
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Al•cuin

(ˈæl kwɪn)
n.
(Ealhwine Flaccus) A.D. 735–804, English theologian and scholar: teacher and adviser of Charlemagne.
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