Alcuin (735804)

Alcuin (Al`cuin) , a learned Englishman, a disciple of Bede; invited by Charlemagne to introduce scholarly culture into the empire and establish libraries and schools of learning; was one of those men whose work lies more in what they influence others to do than in what they do themselves (735804).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Alcoy * Alcy`one
Alci`ra
Alcman
Alcme`ne
Alcmeonidæ
Alcock, John
Alcohol
Alcoholism
Alcoran`
Alcott, Louisa Mary
Alcoy
Al`cuin
Alcy`one
Alde`baran
Aldehyde
Al`derney
Al`dershot
Aldine Editions
Aldingar, Sir
Aldobrandini
Al`dred
Al`drich

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