The senator Albinus was accused and already convicted on the presumption of hoping, as it was said, the liberty of Rome.
Albinus, who were of consular rank and about my time, used to give vent.
Then, unhappily, Festus--who was a just and good governor--died, and Albinus succeeded him.
Pelle wondered where his two herding-comrades, Alfred and Albinus, were.
If we are innocent, Albinus is equally entitled to the protection of the laws.
Albinus had advanced no further, as he had no inclination to any handicraft.
After a bloody defeat near Lyons, Albinus kills himself, Feb. 19, 197.
Albinus came and went at will—as always, when jugglers were in the town.
And so are Alfred and Albinus, who are away now for Christmas.
Albinus states (Bergchronik, p. 193) that to his knowledge it had not yet been published.
Albinus Al·bi·nus (āl-bī'nəs), Bernard Siegfried. 1697-1770.
German anatomist who is noted for his study of the connections between the vascular systems of mother and fetus.