Saint Angilbert

Angilbert, Saint (ăngˈgĭlbərt) [key], d. 814, Frankish statesman and courtier under Charlemagne, abbot of Centula (now Saint-Riquier), near Amiens. He was highly regarded in the Carolingian revival as a writer of Latin poetry. Feast: Feb. 18.

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