Alcuin 1 (Male) Author, deacon and abbot of Tours, c.735-804
l viii-e ix

Notes: BDDAB, p. 38; BEASE, pp. 24-5; CDNB 1:30; DMA 1:142-3; DNB 1:239-40 = 1:239-40; Fletcher, pp. 106-8; MEE, pp. 14-15; D. A. Bullough, ?Alcuin (c.740?804)?, ODNB.

Factoid List

Recorded Name (359)
... Alchuini ... cognomento Albini. (2)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.Incip.
 Anon.VitAlcuini  Vita.Incip.
... Flaccinis ... auribus ... (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  143 (p. 225 line 7)
Albin (1)
 Alcuin.Carm.38  1
Albinus (189)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  1
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 Anon.VitAlcuini  24
 Anon.VitAlcuini  26
 CuthbertWearm.ObitBedae  Titulus
 Alcuin.Inscrip.66.2   
 Alcuin.Inscrip.108.1   
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 Alcuin.ContrFelicis  Tit.(p. 55)
 Alcuin.Orthogr  Tit.
 Alcuin.EcclSVedasti  @Dümmler 1880, p. 312 (unnumbered)
 Alcuin.DictImagDei  Tit.
 Alcuin.Rhet  Tit.
 Alcuin.DispPippini  Tit.
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 Alcuin.Ep  182 (p. 301 line 1)
 Alcuin.Ep  182 (p. 307 line 14)
 Alcuin.Ep  183.1 (p. 307 line 26)
 Alcuin.Ep  183.2 (p. 308 line 1)
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 Alcuin.Ep  245 (p. 393 line 16)
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 Alcuin.Ep  307 (p. 466 line 21)
 Alcuin.Ep  308 (p. 471 line 12)
 Alcuin.Ep  309 (p. 474 line 1)
 Alcuin.Ep  124 (p. 181 line 29)
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 Alcuin.Ep  311 (p. 481 line 34)
 Alcuin.Ep  17 (p. 45 line 10)
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 Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 167 line 2)
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 Eanbald.Ep.46   
 Alcuin.Carm.8  26
 Alcuin.Carm.17  6
 Alcuin.Carm.18  9
 Alcuin.Carm.20  3
 Alcuin.Carm.24  14
 Alcuin.Carm.28  29
 Alcuin.Carm.31  3
 Alcuin.Carm.34  2
 Alcuin.Carm.35  16
 Alcuin.Carm.40  2
 Alcuin.Carm.43  44
 Alcuin.Carm.46  6
 Alcuin.Carm.47  6
 Alcuin.Carm.48  4
 Alcuin.Carm.51.2  2
 Alcuin.Carm.51.3  4
 Alcuin.Carm.55.1  12
 Alcuin.Carm.59  9
 Alcuin.Carm.68  Tit.
 Alcuin.Carm.118  Tit.
 Alcuin.Carm.32  1
Albinus habeo nomen inter notos et filios sanctae Dei ecclesiae. (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  210 (p. 350 line 31)
Albinus uel Alquinus (1)
 Bishops.Ep  p. 560
Albuinus (1)
 LiberPontificalis  vol. I, p. 494, l. 13: Hadrian I, 26
Alchonius (1)
 Alcuin.AduersElipandum   
Alchuine (23)
 Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Line 23
 Alcuin.Ep  5
 Alcuin.Ep  17 (p. 49, line 7)
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 Alcuin.Ep  19 (p. 53 lin 8)
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 Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 20)
 Alcuin.Carm.65.2  2
Alchuini (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  82
Alchuinus (65)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.184.4
 Anon.VitAlcuini  5
 Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Anon.VitAlcuini  22
 Anon.VitAlcuini  27
 Anon.VitAlcuini  28
 Alcuin.Inscrip.33.2   
 Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
 Alcuin.Ep  5
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 Alcuin.Ep  128 (p. 189 line 19)
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 Alcuin.Ep  131 (p. 194 line 3)
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 Alcuin.Ep  243 (p. 389 line 2)
 Alcuin.Ep  250 (p. 404 line 20)
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 Alcuin.Ep  311 (p. 479 line 25)
 Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 49 line 17)
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 Alcuin.Ep  314
 Alcuin.Carm.51.1  1
 Alcuin.Carm.73  Tit.
Alchuuinus (1)
 Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Tit.
Alchwinus (2)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  28
 Alcuin.Ep  305
Alcoinus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  304a
Alcuine (3)
 Alcuin.Ep  67
 Alcuin.Ep  120
 Alcuin.Ep  125
Alcuinus (17)
 Alcuin.VitRicharii  Explic. (p. 401)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  1516
 Alcuin.Ep  7
 Alcuin.Ep  9
 Alcuin.Ep  21
 Alcuin.Ep  23 (p. 60 line 16)
 Alcuin.Ep  28
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 Alcuin.Ep  304a
 Alcuin.Carm.6  Tit.
 Alcuin.Carm.68  3
Alcwinus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  213 (p. 354 line 9)
Alquinus (2)
 Alcuin.Ep  290
 George.Ep  p. 28 line 11
Anser stridenti uoce (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  159
Do do iuxta nomen tuum tibi, tu mihi da da. (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  65
Flaccina rusticitas (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  145 (p. 232 line 32)
Flaccus (17)
 Alcuin.Ep  148 (p. 237 line 27)
 Alcuin.Ep  149 (p. 242 line 5)
 Alcuin.Ep  155 (p. 250 line 2)
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 Alcuin.Ep  178 (p. 294 line 8)
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 Alcuin.Ep  145 (p. 233 line 10)
 Alcuin.Carm.16  3
 Alcuin.Carm.23  21
 Alcuin.Carm.37  8
 Alcuin.Carm.39  1
 Alcuin.Carm.40  11
 Alcuin.Carm.42  18
 Alcuin.Carm.60  19
 Alcuin.Carm.72  12
Flaccus Albinus (14)
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 Alcuin.Ep  111 (p. 159 line 23)
 Alcuin.Ep  121 (p. 176 line 2)
 Alcuin.Ep  126 (p. 185 line 8)
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 Alcuin.Ep  162 (p. 260 line 24)
 Alcuin.Ep  163 (p. 263 line 6)
 Alcuin.Ep  170 (p. 279 line 3)
 Alcuin.Ep  171 (p. 281 line 15)
 Alcuin.Ep  174
 Alcuin.Ep  198 (p. 327 line 1)
Flaccus uester (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  118
Paulus ... sex [litterae] (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  176
Prima littera (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  181
Puplius Albinus (2)
 Alcuin.Carm.7  7
 Alcuin.Carm.4  28
Sed septem [litterae] omnia sufferunt ... (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  176
Transmarinus cignus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  59
Vir fluctiuagus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  97
humilis terrigena (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  169
solitarius passer (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  181
transmarinus cignus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  59
uester Flaccus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  121 (p. 176 line 32)
Personal Information (71)
intellectual (5)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  9 (distinguished)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  10 (very learned)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  27 (the best teacher in the whole of Francia)
 Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Line 23 (I had always a love of wisdom)
 Alcuin.Carm.2  11-12 (I [sc. Alcuin 1] always wished humbly to drink wisdom)
moral (7)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  23 (He was moderate in his consumption of wine.)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  23 (He [sc. Alcuin 1] fled from laziness in all respects; for he either used to read or write or teach pupils or make time for prayer and the chanting of psalms, only indulging in the inevitable necessiti)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  437 ('I, a rustic')
 Alcuin.Ep  240 (most humble)
 Alcuin.Ep  255 (most humble)
 Alcuin.Ep  303 (few in merits but faithful in love)
 Alcuin.Ep  308 (humble)
physical (2)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  19 (now blind)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  20 (' you saw very little with corporeal sight')
piety (4)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.184.4 (admirable life)
 CuthbertWearm.ObitBedae  Titulus (most reverend)
 Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1 (the last in terms of merit and rank)
 Alcuin.Inscrip.108.1  Line 5 (seer)
provenance (3)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  1 (from a noble family of the people of the Angles)
 Alcuin.Inscrip.108.3    (Albinus [= Alcuin 1] coming from a foreign world, whom famous Britain sent to these lands)
 Alcuin.Ep  229 (from the furthest reaches of Britain)
psychological (3)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  2 (very tearful)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  16 (in kindly fashion)
 Alcuin.Ep  253 (seriously wearied by many internal tasks and empty whirlwinds of thoughts)
religion (1)
 Alcuin.Carm.68  3 (servant of the church)
reputation (2)
 Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Line 5 (I [sc. Alcuin 1] was famous in the world)
 George.Ep  p. 28 lines 10-11 (famous man)
residence (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 lines 34-5) (held status of Inhabitant / Inhabitant)
saintly status (16)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.Incip.184.1 (blessed)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.185.4 (in all respects worthy of imitation by canons)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  1 (man of God)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  5 (pious young man of the Lord)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  5 (purity and greatest constancy in his youth)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  5 (the most faithful follower of his [sc. Ecgberht 7's] deeds on account of the diversity of his merits.)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  6 (distinguished in virtue)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  6 (He was not willing to know the wormwood of secular literature, in order that he might enter into the power of the Lord.)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  6 (most noble of all)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  8 (pious)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  12 (He was filled by the spirit of prophecy, whereby he predicted what would happen to them (Anonymous 189).)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  21 (Leading the remainder of his life in things of this kind [sc. in writing], he led a heavenly life on earth.... He bathed his reading each night in tears, fortifying himself always with the intercessio)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  25 (Alcuin 1's holy soul)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  28 (blessed)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  28 (of blessed memory)
 Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note (of blessed memory)
stated health (27)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  25 (Alcuin 1 took to his bed, exhausted by a severe illness and was not able to speak.)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  11 (affected by old age and one infirmity more than he had been accustomed)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  11 (with old age and infirmity resisting, he was not able to see clearly with his corporeal eyes.)
 Alcuin.Ep  7 (Joseph and Alcuin 1 were well )
 Alcuin.Ep  8 (bitter beer hurts Alcuin 1's stomach)
 Alcuin.Ep  82 (I suffer with the lash of pain.)
 Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 169 line 23) (I am exhausted by a two-fold ill, namely old age and infirmity.)
 Alcuin.Ep  121 (p. 178 lines 2, 4) (In the evening of [my] days the body is discrepit.)
 Alcuin.Ep  158 (Infirm)
 Alcuin.Ep  159 (Frequent infirmity of the body)
 Alcuin.Ep  179 (p. 296 lines 28-9, p. 297 line 9) (The health of my body ... The weakness of the body, burdened with many loads of trouble)
 Alcuin.Ep  193 (p. 319 lines 32-3) (In a slow body)
 Alcuin.Ep  146 (Fever and infirmity have made me tired.)
 Alcuin.Ep  175 (I had thought to come ... but a Roman comrade has prevented me.)
 Alcuin.Ep  216 (Concerning my health I know that the fever has partly receded, paartly remained. It remains in order to chastise [me].)
 Alcuin.Ep  218 (God ... chastised me after Easter with a great scourging from fevers and almost led me to despair of my life: but He took pity on me because of the prayers of his servants. But the daily labour of the same chastisment remains ...)
 Alcuin.Ep  221 (The daily chastisement of fevers does not leave me.)
 Alcuin.Ep  225 (A continuous fever besets [me].)
 Alcuin.Ep  226 (Concerning my indisposition ... I am somewhat better. But yet soundness of the body has not returned.)
 Alcuin.Ep  229 (my infirmity and old age)
 Alcuin.Ep  231 (frailty of body)
 Alcuin.Ep  238 (Because truly infirm in body I am able to complete no more travelling or work.)
 Alcuin.Ep  239 (I am not able to come to the palace because of the infirmity of my body.)
 Alcuin.Ep  240 (with a weak body)
 Alcuin.Ep  241 (I am not strong enough to come as he [sc. Charlemagne 1] wished because of continued infirmity of the shackled body.)
 Alcuin.Ep  254 (p. 411 line 19) (the condition of my infirmity)
 Alcuin.Ep  266 (growing infirmity ... old age ...)
Education (7)
 Alcuin 1 was handed over to Ecgberht 7, who began gradually to reveal his secrets quite secretly to him.: Anon.VitAlcuini  4
 Here [sc. in York] he [sc.Æthelberht 8] first imbued my tender years with the liberal arts by teaching my restless mind.: Alcuin.Epitaph.2  Lines 5-6
 Alcuin 1 received his education from infancy through boyhood up to adulthood from the monks of York.: Alcuin.Ep  42
 pupil of Ælberht: Alcuin.Ep  112
 Alcuin 1 was the sole surviving member of [Æthelberht 8's] school.: Alcuin.Ep  112
 Eanbald 2 was working in place of Alcuin 1 in the church where the latter was brought up and taught, Æthelberht 8 being his master.: Alcuin.Ep  114
Authorship (398)
 Author of a poem on the Cross (Poem): Alcuin.VersEubor  427-38
 Author of The Bishops, Kings and Saints of York (Poem): Alcuin.VersEubor  741-3
 Author of The Bishops, Kings and Saints of York (Poem): Alcuin.VersEubor  1206-7
 Author of The Bishops, Kings and Saints of York (Poem): Alcuin.VersEubor  1320
 Author of The Bishops, Kings and Saints of York (Poem): Alcuin.VersEubor  1408-9
 Author of The Bishops, Kings and Saints of York (Poem): Alcuin.VersEubor  1654--5
 Author of Prose Life of Willibrord (Saint’s Life): Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1
 Author of Hymn of Saint Vaast (Hymn.89.26) (Hymn): Alcuin.Hymn.89.26   
 Author of Hymn.121 (Hymn): Alcuin.Hymn.121   
 Author of Inscrip.33.2 (Poem): Alcuin.Inscrip.33.2   
 Author of Inscrip.108.1 (Inscription): Alcuin.Inscrip.108.1  Lines 5-6
 Author of an epitaph: Alcuin.Epitaph.2  Tit.
 Author of an epitaph (Poem): Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Tit.
 Author of Epitaph.123 (Poem): Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Line 17
 Author of an epitaph (Poem): Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Line 24
 Author of Aduersus Elipandum ('Against Elipand 1'): Alcuin.AduersElipandum   
 Author of Liber ... de laude Dei et de confessione orationibusque sanctorum ('Book ... on the Praise of God and on Confession and on the Prayers of the Saints') (Florilegium): Alcuin.AduersElipandum   
 Author of Ep.23 (Letter): Alcuin.AduersFelicem  iii.17 (col. 171D)
 Author of Commentaria super Ecclesiasten ('Commentary on Ecclesiastes'): Alcuin.CommEccl   
 Author of Oratio Salomonis ('The Speech of Solomon'): Alcuin.CommEccl  OratSal.
 Author of In Iohannis euangelium ('On The Gospel of John') (Biblical commentary): Alcuin.CommJohannis   
 Author of Tractatus in Epistolam ad Ephesios ('Treatise on the Epistle to the Ephesians'): Alcuin.CommEphesios   
 Author of Explanatio in tres S. Pauli epistolas ('Interpretation of Three Epistles of Saint Paul') (Biblical commentary): Alcuin.ExplEpPauli   
 Author of Compendium in Canticum canticorum ('Compendium on the Song of Songs') (Biblical commentary): Alcuin.CommCt   
 Author of Against the Heresy of Felix 4: Alcuin.ContrFelicis  Tit. (p. 55)
 Author of De dialectica: Alcuin.Dial   
 Author of De trinitate ad Fredegisum quaestiones XXVIII ('Twenty-eight Questions on the Trinity [dedicated] to Fredegisus 1'): Alcuin.TrinQuaest   
 Author of De uirtutibus et uitiis ad Widonem comitem ('To Count Wido 1 On the Virtues and Vices'): Alcuin.VirtVit   
 Author of De Grammatice ('On Grammar'): Alcuin.Gramm   
 Author of Enchiridion seu expositio pia ac breuis in Psalmos poenitentiales ('Handbook or Pious and Brief Exposition on the Penitential Psalms') (Biblical commentary): Alcuin.ExpPs   
 Author of Enchiridion seu expositio in Psalmos graduales ('Handbook or Commentary on the Gradual Psalms') (Biblical commentary): Alcuin.ExpPsGrad   
 Author of Enchiridion seu expositio in Psalmam Beati immaculati ('Handbook or Exposition on the Psalm of the Blessed Immaculate') (Biblical commentary): Alcuin.ExpPsBeatImm   
 Author of Laudationes S. Martini ('Praises of Saint Martin') (Saint’s Life): Alcuin.VitMartini   
 Author of Libellus de processione Spiritus Sancti ('Book on the Procession of the Holy Spirit'): Alcuin.ProcSpirSanct   
 Author of Liber generationis Iesu Christi ('The Book of the Ancestry of Jesus Christ'): Alcuin.LibGen   
 Author of On Orthography (Treatise): Alcuin.Orthogr  Tit. (p. 105)
 Author of On Orthography: Alcuin.Orthogr2   
 author of Versicles to Abbot Rado 1: Alcuin.EcclSVedasti  @Dümmler 1880, p. 312 (unnumbered)
 Author of Life of St Vedast (= Vaast) (Saint’s Life): Alcuin.VitVedasti   
 Author of Adhortatio ad imitandas uirtutes sancti Vedasti in actis descriptas ('An Exhortation to Imitate the Virtues of Saint Vaast that are described in his Deeds') (Homily): Alcuin.Adhort   
 Author of Prisciani Institutiones grammaticae: Alcuin.PriscInstGr   
 Author of Confessio fidei ('Confession of Faith'): Alcuin(Dub).ConfFid   
 Author of The Sayings of Albinus [= Alcuin 1] concerning the Image of God (Philosophical treatise): Alcuin.DictImagDei  Tit.
 Co-author of writings with Charlemagne 1 (Colloquy): Alcuin.Rhet  Tit. and lines 3-4
 Author of Rhetoric (Colloquy): Alcuin.Rhet  Lines 10-11
 Author of Liber generationis Iesu Christi> ('The Book of the Ancestry of Jesus Christ') (Biblical commentary): Alcuin.LibGen  Carm.71.2.7
 Author of A Debate of the Royal and Most Noble Young Man Pippin 3 with Albinus [= Alcuin 1] the Scholar (Dialogue): Alcuin.DispPippini  Tit.
 Author of a letter to Offa 7 (Letter): Bishops.Ep  p. 560
 Author of a letter to a friend (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  1
 Author of a letter to Leothfrith 1, bishop [of the monastery of Mayo in Ireland] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *2
 Author of a letter to ‘Damoetus’ [i.e. Riculf, archbishop of Mainz] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  4
 Author of a letter to Felix 4, bishop [of Urgel] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  5
 Author of a letter to abbot N, sending greetings to Bishop Willehad 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *6
 Author of a letter to Colchu 1 concerning the conversion of the Saxons and Frisians (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *7
 Author of a letter to Joseph 2 explaining that he had been delayed by the elevation of Æthelred 7, son of Æthelwald 14, to the kingship (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *8
 Author of a letter of reply to Adalhard 1, [abbot of Corbie] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *9
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e. Arno 1], bishop [of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *10
 Author of a letter to the primicerius, Angilberct 1, commending someone going to Rome (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  11
 Author of a letter commending to friends (Anonymi 1860) the priest Fordrad 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *12
 Author of a letter to ‘Macharius’ [i.e. Ricbod, archbishop of Trier and abbot of Lauresham] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  13
 Author of a letter consoling Joseph 2 about his illness (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *14
 Author of a letter to Gisla 1, a virgin in Christ (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *15
 Author of a letter to Æthelred 7, king [of the Northumbrians], following the sacking of the church of St Cuthbert [at Lindisfarne] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *16
 Author of a letter to Æthelheard 13, archbishop [of Canterbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *17
 Author of a letter to Æthelred 7, king [of the Northumbrians], the patricius Osbald 1, the dux Osberht 3 and all his friends (Anonymi 1867) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *18
 Author of a letter to the monks of Monkwearmouth and Jarrow (Anonymi 1868) following the attack of the pagans [i.e. the Vikings] on Britain (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *19
 Author of a letter of consolation to Bishop Hygebald 3 and all the congregation of the church of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871) concerning the attack on the church of St Cuthbert (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *20
 Author of a letter of consolation to Bishop Hygebald 3 and the brethren [of the church] of St Cuthbert [at Lindisfarne](Anonymi 1871) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *21
 Author of a letter congratulating the priest Cuthrad 1 on being spared from the hands of the pagans [i.e. the Vikings] (Anonymi 1862) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *22
 Author of a letter to Felix 4, bishop [of Urgel] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  23
 Author of a letter to Hygebald 3, bishop [of Lindisfarne], reporting that he [sc. Alcuin 1] was sending back Candidus 2 to him (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *24
 Author of a letter to ‘Damoetas’ [i.e. Riculf, archbishop of Mainz] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  25
 Author of a letter of thanks to ‘Damoetas’ [i.e. Riculf, archbishop of Mainz (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  26
 Author of a letter to Pope Hadrian 3 seeking pardon for his sins and praising Angilbert, missus [of Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  27
 Author of a letter to Paulinus 2, patriarch [of Aquileia] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  28
 Author of a letter to King Pippin 3 commending his priest who was making a journey (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  29
 Author of a letter to Æthelred 7, king [of the Northumbrians] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *30
 Author of a letter to Bishop Æthelberht 10 and all the congregation of the church of St Andrew [at Hexham] (Anonymi 1876) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *31
 Author of a letter to a mother and daughter in Christ [Gisla 1 and Richtrud 1?] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  32
 Author of a letter to Magenhar, comes [of Sens] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  33
 Author of a letter to a pupil (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  34
 Author of a letter to ‘Damoetas’ [i.e. Riculf, archbishop of Mainz] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  35
 Author of a letter to ‘Eugenia’ [i.e. Æthelburg 8, daughter of Offa 7 and abbess of Fladbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *36
 Author of a letter to the priest ‘Altapetra’ [i.e., Heahstan 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *37
 Author of a letter to ‘Anthropus’ [i.e., Manna 1] and ‘Stratocleus’ [i.e., Hereberht 4] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *38
 Author of a letter to a brother and friend in Christ (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *39
 Author of a letter to a friend who was a bishop (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  40
 Author of a letter to Charlemagne 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  41
 Author of a letter to the monks of the church of York (Anonymi 1879) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *42
 Author of a letter to the congregation of the church of York (Anonymi 1879) explaining his absence from them (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *43
 Author of a letter to [Eanbald 1, archbishop of York] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *44
 Author of a letter sending medicine to a sick bishop or abbot (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *45
 Author of a letter to the brethren [presumably, of York] (Anonymi 1880) explaining that he [sc. Alcuin 1] was not able to come to them as quickly as they had requested (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *47
 Author of a letter to his [sc. Alcuin 1's] friends [at York] urging them to avoid simony in the appointment [sc. of a new archbishop] to the church of York (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *48
 Author of a letter regretting the absence of ‘Macharius’ [i.e. Ricbod, archbishop of Trier] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  49
 Author of a letter to a noble woman, Liutgard 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  50
 Author of a letter to the brethren of St Martin’s [at Tours] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  51
 Author of a letter to Itherius, [abbot of St Martin’s, Tours] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  52
 Author of a letter to the priest Eada 2 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *53
 Author of a letter to Abbot Arnold and his congregatio (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  54
 Author of a letter consoling a sick pupil (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  55
 Author of a letter to Benedict 4, [abbot of Aniane], praising him for curing a sick brother (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  56
 Author of a letter to Benedict 4, [abbot of Aniane], authorising him to hand letters to their recipients (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  57
 Author of a letter asking a certain pupil opposed to him to restore their former friendship (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  58
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, bishop of Salzburg] lamenting his failure to visit as expected (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  59
 Author of a letter to ‘Timotheus’ [i.e., Paulinus 2, patriarch of Aquileia] thanking him for his letter (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  60
 Author of a letter to Ecgfrith 7, [son of Offa 7, king of the Mercians] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *61
 Author of a letter of thanks for gifts to the nun Hundruda 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *62
 Author of a letter of admonishment to a certain abbot (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *63
 Author of a letter to Offa 7, king [of the Mercians] sending back a pupil (Anonymous 741) to him (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *64
 Author of a letter to Dodo 1, a pupil, urging him to mend his ways (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  65
 Author of a letter to Æthelbald 8, abbot [of Monkwearmouth and Jarrow] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *67
 Author of a letter to [Abbess] Adaula (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  68
 Author of a letter to a dux and his wife in Francia (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  69
 Author of a letter to Abbot Wulfheard 5 commending a penitent monk (Anonymous 742) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *70
 Author of a letter to all his friends commending a priest, Noroberet [= Nortbert] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  71
 Author of a letter to Richtrud and Bertha (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  72
 Author of a letter to Dogwulf, a royal official (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *73
 Author of a letter to Rado 1, abbot [of St Vaast] sending a corrected Life of St Vaast [= Vedastus] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  74
 Author of a letter to Aginus, bishop [of Constance] asking that he send relics that had been promised (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  75
 Author of a letter to Remedius, bishop [of Chur] expressing thanks for gifts received (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  76
 Author of a letter to Remigius, bishop [of Chur], commending a merchant (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  77
 Author of a letter to ‘Macharius’ [Ricbold, archbishop of Trier], lamenting his absence (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  78
 Author of a letter to Abbess Æthelthida 1, [mother of Æthelred 7, king of the Northumbrians], expressing thanks for gifts she had sent (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *79
 Author of a letter to Sigewulf 2, a priest, with his [sc. Alcuin 1's] Questions on Genesis attached (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *80
 Author of a letter to Gallicellulus on numbers in the Old and New Testaments (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  81
 Author of a letter to the priest Beornwine 2 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  82
 Author of a letter to Peter, archbishop [of Milan] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  83
 Author of a letter to his very dear sister in Christ [sc. Gisla 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  84
 Author of a letter to [Paulinus 2, patriarch of Aquileia], thanking him for letter he had sent (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  86
 Author of a letter to a young pupil (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  88
 Author of a letter to a bishop (Anonymous 743) praising him for his zeal for preaching (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  89
 Author of a letter to the congregatio of St Salvator [in Amiati] and Usualdus [their abbot] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  90
 Author of a letter to the congregatio of the Mother and Ever-Virgin Mary [of Farfa] and Moroaldus, [their abbot], requesting that he be received into fraternity with them (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  91
 Author of a letter to Leo 1 congratulating him on being appointed as pope (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  94
 Author of a letter of reply to Paulinus 2, patriarch [of Aquileia (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  95
 Author of a letter to Paulinus 2, [patriach of Aquileia], mentioning that Liutgard 1 had sent him to arm-rings of gold (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  96
 Author of a letter to ‘Fluctiuagus’ [Angilberct 1, abbot of St Riquier near Abbeville], who was setting out [for Rome] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  97
 Author of a letter to Eric, dux [of Friaul] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  98
 Author of a letter to Paulinus 2, patriarch [of Aquileia] asking him whether he would preach the Faith to the Avars (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  99
 Author of a letter to Offa 7, king of the Mercians, expressing the outrage of Charlemagne 1 at the killing of Æthelred 7, king [of the Northumbrians] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *101
 Author of a letter to Æthelburg 8 expressing his fear of returning to his homeland (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *102
 Author of a letter to a sister (Anonymous 749) expressing thanks for her gifts (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *103
 Author of a letter of exhortation to the bishops of Britain that they should pray for Charlemagne 1 and Pope Hadrian 3 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *104
 Author of a letter of consolation to Abbess Æthelthida 1 on the death of her son [Æthelred 7, king of the Northumbrians] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *105
 Author of a letter to a mother in Christ (Anonymous 752) on the death of her son (Anonymous 753) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *106
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1], bishop [of Salzburg], who was about to go with an army against the Huns (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  107
 Author of a letter to Eardwulf 4, king [of the Northumbrians] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *108
 Author of a letter to Osbald 1 that he should return to his monastery and not ravage his fatherland (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *109
 Author of a letter commending Charlemagne 1 on subjugating the Huns (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  110
 Author of a letter to Megenfrid, treasurer of the royal palace (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  111
 Author of a letter to [Arno 1, bishop of Salzburg] requesting inter alia that he should intercede for the soul of Eanbald 1, archbishop [of York] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  112
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e. Arno 1], bishop [of Salzburg] expounding the basis on which the Huns should be taught the Christian faith (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  113
 Author of a letter to Eanbald 2, archbishop [of York], congratulating him on his appointment (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *114
 Author of a letter to ‘Simeon’ [i.e. Eanbald 2], archbishop [of York] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  115
 Author of a letter to ‘Simeon’ [i.e. Eanbald 2], [arch]bishop [of York], to keep at his side the Pastoral Care of Pope Gregory 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *116
 Author of a letter to the brethren of the church of St Leodegar [at Murbach] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  117
 Author of a letter to ‘David’ [i.e. Charlemagne 1] expressing his sympathy in his illness and praying for his speedy recovery (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  118
 Author of a letter to Pippin 3, [king of Italy], expressing thanks that captives had been redeemed (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  119
 Author of a letter to Beornrad 1, archbishop [of Sens], dedicating two books in prose and in verse of the Life of Saint Willibrord written at his request and enclosing two further works (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *120
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] congratulating him on recovering his health (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *121
 Author of a letter to the patricius [Osberht 4, an official of Offa 7, king of the Mercians] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *122
 Author of a letter to Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, expressing his joy on the latter’s appointment as king (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *123
 Author of a letter to ‘Speratus’ [i.e., Hygebald 3], bishop [of Lindisfarne] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  124
 Author of a letter to Pope Leo 1 asking him to grant a pallium [to Eanbald 2, archbishop of York] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *125
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] arguing that the saltus lunae should occur in November (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  126
 Author of a letter to Æthelheard 13, archbishop [of Canterbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *128
 Author of a letter to the people of Kent (Anonymi 1919) exhorting them to recall their bishop, Æthelheard 13 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *129
 Author of a letter to an [English] archbishop (Anonymous 761) exhorting him to preach the Word of God to the kings, principes and people (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *130
 Author of a letter to the adolescentes of the church of the Blessed Martin [at Tours] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  131
 Author of a letter of reply to certain questions (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  132
 Author of a letter to ‘Daphnis’ expounding on the numerical significance of the sixty queens and eighty concubines of Solomon (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  133
 Author of a letter to the priest Oduin 1 explaining the rites of baptism (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *134
 Author of a letter to Fredegisus 1 explaining the three kinds of dreams (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  135
 Author of a letter of reply to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] concerning the two swords of the Gospel (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  136
 Author of a letter to brethren praised by Laidrad, bishop-elect [of Lyons] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  137
 Author of a letter to the inhabitants of the province of Gothia (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  138
 Author of a letter to Paulinus 2, patriarch [of Aquileia], praising his book Symbolum fidei (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  139
 Author of a letter of commendation of those bearing letters to Rome (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  140
 Author of a letter to Leidrad, bishop-elect [of Lyons] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  141
 Author of a letter to [Hrabanus] Maurus asking him to fulfil his promise to write the book he was asked for (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  142
 Author of a letter of conjecture about Septuagesima, Sexagesima and Quinquagesima to Charlemagne 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  143
 Author of a letter (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  145
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  146
 Author of a letter expressing thanks to Charlemagne 1 for gifts brought by Fredegisus 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  148
 Author of a letter in reply to Charlemagne 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  149
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  150
 Author of a letter to a very famous man [?Arno 1, bishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  153
 Author of a letter to a very dear sister in Christ [sc. Gisla 1, abbess of Chelles] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  154
 Author of a letter in reply to Charlemagne 1 about wandering stars and the moon through the course of the zodiac (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  155
 Author of a letter to [Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] about various matters (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  156
 Author of a letter in reply to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  157
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  158
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  159
 Author of a letter to Theodulf, [arch]bishop [of Orléans] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  160
 Author of a letter expressing his sorrow at the illness of a bishop [?Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  161
 Author of a letter to ‘Flavus Homerus’ [i.e., Angilberct 1, abbot of St Riquier, near Abbeville] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  162
 Author of a letter to ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] expounding on the distinction between various terms (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  163
 Author of a letter to Charlemagne 1 explaining his failure to visit because of bodily infirmity (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  164
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], on his return home (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  165
 Author of a letter to Elipant 1, bishop [of Toledo] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  166
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  167
 Author of a letter to the brethren of the church of Salzburg (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  168
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], enclosing paschal poems (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  169
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] on the appearance of the moon (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  170
 Author of a letter in reply to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  171
 Author of a letter of thanks to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  172
 Author of a letter to [Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  173
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] expressing thanks (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  174
 Author of a letter to ‘Antonius’ [i.e., Adalhard 1, abbot of Corbie] chiding him for neither coming to visit nor sending letters (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  175
 Author of a letter to ‘Antonius’ [i.e., Adalhard 1, abbot of Corbie] explaining that he is not able to visit (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  176
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] expressing thanks for his letters (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  177
 Author of a letter in reply to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  178
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  179
 Author(?) of a letter to Leo 1 explaining why he was unable to come to Rome (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  180
 Author of a letter to ‘The First Letter’ [i.e., Adalhard 1, abbot of Corbie] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  181
 Author of a letter [to Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  184
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  185
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], thanking him for letters and gifts sent from Rome (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  186
 Author of a letter to brethren in various parts of Gothia (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  187
 Author of a letter to Charles [son of Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  188
 Author of a letter to Cyneberht 8, bishop [of Winchester] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *189
 Author of a letter to Peter, archbishop [of Milan] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  190
 Author of a letter to ‘Macharius’ [i.e., Ricbod, archbishop of Trier] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  191
 Author of a letter to Theodulf 1, [arch]bishop [of Orléans] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  192
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  193
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], expressing thanks for gifts he had sent (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  194
 Author of a letter to Gisla 1, [abbess of Chelles], and her 'daughter', ‘Columba’ [i.e., Richtrud 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  195
 Author of a letter of consolation to Charlemagne 1 on the death of his queen (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  197
 Author of a letter of consolation to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] on the death of dear friends (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  198
 Author of a letter to Laidrad, bishop of Lyons, Nefridius, bishop of Narbonne, and Benedict 4, abbot [of Aniane], dedicating to them his books against Elipant 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  200
 Author of a letter to [Laidrad, bishop of Lyons, Nefridius, bishop of Narbonne, and Benedict 4, abbot of Aniane] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  201
 Author of a letter to Charlemagne 1, king of the Franks and the Lombards and patricius of the Romans (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  202
 Author of a letter to Charlemagne 1 explaining which authors he had used in his work [against Felix 4, bishop of Urgel] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  203
 Author of a letter to a daughter [?Gundrada 1] about the adoptianist heresy (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  204
 Author of a letter to the abbots and brethren in Gothia (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  205
 Author of a letter to Nefridius, bishop [of Narbonne], commending Benedict 4, [abbot of Aniane] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  206
 Author of a letter in reply to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  207
 Author of a letter to [Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  208
 Author of a letter to Caluinus 1, priest [and monk of St Stephen] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  209
 Author of a letter to [George 3, patriarch of Jerusalem] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  210
 Author of a letter to ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  211
 Author of a letter to ‘Damoetas’ [i.e., Riculf], archbishop [of Mainz] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  212
 Author of a letter to the noble virgins Gisla 1 and Richtrud 1, dedicating to them a commentary on the Gospel of John (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  213
 Author of a letter to ‘Lucia’ [i.e., Gisla 1, abbess of Chelles] and ‘Columba’ [i.e., Richtrud 1, her niece] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  214
 Author of a letter to pupils [in Rome] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  215
 Author of a letter to [Gisla 1, abbess of Chelles, and Richtrud 1, her niece] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  216
 Author of a letter to King Charles (Charles 2) [son of Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  217
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1], archbishop [of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  218
 Author of a letter to the congregatio of [St] Honorat [at Lerins] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  219
 Author of a letter to ‘Antonius’ [i.e., Adalhard 1, abbot of Corbie] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  220
 Author of a letter to ‘Homerus’ [i.e., Angilberct 1, abbot of St Riquier, near Abbeville] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  221
 Author of a letter to ‘Antonius’ [i.e., Adalhard 1, abbot of Corbie] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  222
 Author of a letter to [Abbot] Theotgar and the familia of Benedict (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  223
 Author of a letter to Chrodgar, comes (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  224
 Author of a letter to Theodulf 1, archbishop [of Orléans] congratulating him on receipt of the pallium (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  225
 Author of a letter to 'Symeon' [i.e., Eanbald 2, archbishop of York] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *226
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  227
 Author of a letter to [Gisla 1, abbess of Chelles and Richtrud 1, her niece] asking why they had not written (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  228
 Author of a letter to ‘David’, pater patriae [i.e., Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  229
 Author of a letter to Æthelheard 13, archbishop [of Canterbury], who was about to go to Rome (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *230
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] commending Æthelheard 13, metropolitan of the church of Canterbury (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *231
 Author of a letter to ‘Symeon’ [i.e., Eanbald 2, archbishop of York] announcing that Æthelheard 13, his fellow bishop, had arrived at Saint-Josse (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *232
 Author of a letter to Caluinus 1 and ‘Cuculus’ [i.e., Dodo 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *233
 Author of a letter to Pope Leo 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  234
 Author of a letter to a friend (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  235
 Author of a letter to an archbishop (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  236
 Author of a letter in reply to ‘Antonius’ [i.e., Adalhard 1, abbot of Corbie] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  237
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] expressing thanks (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  238
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], desiring him to come to Tours (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  239
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] excusing his failure to visit (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  240
 Author of a letter to ‘Eulalia’ [i.e., Gundrada 1, sister of Adalhard 1, abbot of Corbie] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  241
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  242
 Author of a letter to Arno 1, [arch]bishop [of Salzburg], about psalms of penitence (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  243
 Author of a letter to Nathanael [i.e., Fredegisus 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  244
 Author of a letter to Candidus 2 and ‘Nathanael’ [i.e., Fredegisus 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  245
 Author of a letter to a bishop concerning the protection of the church of St Martin’s [at Tours] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  246
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], with a pupil sent for his protection (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  248
 Author of a letter to Charlemagne 1 excusing himself and his brethren for the upheaval [against Theodulf 1, archbishop of Orléans] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  249
 Author of a letter to the brethren of St Boniface [at Fulda] accompanying a pallium for the body of St Boniface 5 and a missal (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *250
 Author of a letter to Onia 1, a priest, Candidus 2, a priest, and ‘Nathanael’ [i.e., Fredegisus 1], a deacon, dedicating his commentary on Ecclesiastes to them (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  251
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], desiring him to come to Tours (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  252
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1], archbishop [of Salzburg], complaining at his failure to respond to several letters (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  253
 Author of a letter in reply to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1], archbishop [of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  254
 Author of a letter to Æthelheard 13, archbishop [of Canterbury], on his return home [from Rome] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *255
 Author of a letter to a bishop [?Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury], congratulating him on his return (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *256
 Author of a letter to Charlemagne 1 dedicating to him his treatise on the Holy Trinity (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  257
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, arch]bishop [of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  258
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], about a handbook sent per Fredegisus 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  259
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1], archbishop [of Salzburg], expressing his joy at his visit (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  260
 Author of a letter to King ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] accompanying the books of the New Testament in a single codex (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  261
 Author of a letter to ‘Nathanael’ [i.e., Fredegisus 1] directing him to deliver the books of the New Testament copied in a single volume to ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  262
 Author of a letter to Remedius, bishop of the ciuitas of Chur (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  263
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1], archbishop [of Salzburg], reporting that he had received his letters per Bishop Adalwine (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  264
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1], archbishop [of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  265
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1], archbishop [of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  266
 Author of a letter to a bishop [?Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *267
 Author of a letter to ‘Aquila’ [i.e., Arno 1, archbishop of Salzburg], accompanying a book on the Catholic faith (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  268
 Author of a letter to Bishop Elegius and all the brethren (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  269
 Author of a letter to ‘Vitulus’ (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  270
 Author of a letter to the brethren under the protection of the blessed Bishop Leodegar [at Murbach] (Anonymi 1950) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  271
 Author of a letter to the brethren of [the monastery of Montolieu] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  272
 Author of a letter to the brethren in the locus called Candida Casa (Anonymi 1951) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *273
 Author of a letter to a priest, commending a boy (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  274
 Author of a letter to some fathers in Christ (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  275
 Author of a letter to Onia 1, a priest (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  276
 Author of a letter to Onia 1, a priest (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  277
 Author of a letter to the abbot and brethren [of an unnamed house] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  278
 Author of a letter to a sister in Christ and her daughter [?Gundrada 1 and Theodrada] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  279
 Author of a letter to the most noble sons of the Holy Church in Ireland (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  280
 Author of a letter to a pupil on pilgrimage in Italy (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  281
 Author of a letter to Frithwine 1 [abbot of St Peter’s, Monkwearmouth, and St Paul’s, Jarrow] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *282
 Author of a letter to Eanwulf 3, a priest (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *283
 Author of a letter to the brethren of St Peter’s [at Monkwearmouth] (Anonymi 1983) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *284
 Author of a letter to ‘Speratus’ [i.e., Hygebald 3, bishop of Lindisfarne] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *285
 Author of a letter to the brethren of the church of Jarrow (Anonymi 1959) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  286
 Author of a letter to the fathers in Christ of the church of Mayo [in Ireland] (Anonymi 1962) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *287
 Author of a letter to an archbishop [possibly Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  288
 Author of a letter to Fredegisus 1, dedicating to him Questions on the Holy Trinity (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  289
 Author of a letter to Æthelheard 13, archbishop [of Canterbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *290
 Author of a letter to an archbishop [possibly Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *291
 Author of a letter to an archbishop [possibly Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *292
 Author of a letter to a priest in the service of St Augustine’s [Canterbury] (Anonymous 775) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *293
 Author of a letter of reproof to a pupil (Anonymous 778) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *294
 Author of a letter of reproof to a pupil (Anonymous 779) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *295
 Author of a letter to the brethren [of St Vaast, Arras], enclosing verses to be inscribed on the church requested by their abbot [Rado 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  296
 Author of a letter to the abbess Regnoida (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  297
 Author of a letter to Raganbert, bishop [of Limoges] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  298
 Author of a letter to an abbot (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  299
 Author of a letter to ‘Eugenia’ [i.e., Æthelburg 8, abbess of Fladbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *300
 Author of a letter to Ealhheard 1, bishop [of Elmham], and Tidfrith 1, bishop [of Dunwich] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *301
 Author of a letter to Heardberht, [a dux of Offa 7, Ecgfrith 7 and Cenwulf 3] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *302
 Author of a letter to Nifridius, bishop [of Narbonne], and Benedict 4, abbot [of Aniane] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  303
 Author of a letter to [Charles the younger], dedicating to him a breviary (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  304
 Author of a letter to [Charles] instructing him on the celebration of the canonical hours (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  304a
 Author of a letter to Wido 1, comes, sending him a book requested by him [on the virtues and the vices] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  305
 Author of a letter to Charlemagne 1, dedicating to him a Life of St Richarius that had been requested by Abbot Angilberct 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  306
 Author of a letter to ‘David’ [i.e., Charlemagne 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  307
 Author of a letter to King Charlemagne 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  308
 Author of a letter to ‘Eulalia’ [i.e., Gundrada 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  309
 Author of a letter to Remedius, bishop [of Chur], expressing thanks for his letters and prayers (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  310
 Author of a letter to Æthelheard 13, archbishop [of Canterbury] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *311
 Author of Questions on Genesis (Commentary): Alcuin.Ep  80
 Author of a letter to the priest Beornwine 2 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  82
 Author of a brief letter to a young pupil and to Beornrad 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  88
 Author of letter(s) of greetings to Paulinus 2, patriarch [of Aquileia] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  95
 Author of two letters to Paulinus 2, patriarch [of Aquileia] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  99
 Author of a letter to Osbald 1: Alcuin.Ep  109
 Author of letters to ‘Simeon’ [i.e. Eanbald 2], archbishop [of York]: Alcuin.Ep  115
 Author of Prose and Verse Life of Saint Willibrord 1 (Saint’s Life): Alcuin.Ep  120
 Author of a homily (Homily): Alcuin.Ep  120
 Author of an elegiac poem about Wilgils 2: Alcuin.Ep  120
 Author of a commentary on the Gospel of John (Commentary): Alcuin.Ep  195
 Author of an edition of the Old and New Testament (Biblical edition): Alcuin.Ep  195
 Author of a work in four books: Alcuin.Ep  201
 Author of a work [against Felix 4, bishop of Urgel]: Alcuin.Ep  203
 Author of against the adoptianist heresy: Alcuin.Ep  204 (p. 338 lines 6-7)
 Author of a book sent to Spain: Alcuin.Ep  205 (p. 340 lines 29-30)
 Author of a treatise in response to a book by Felix 4: Alcuin.Ep  205 (p. 340 lines 31-2)
 Author of a book against a work of Felix 4 : Alcuin.Ep  207 (p. 345 lines 11-12)
 Author of a commentary on the Gospel of John in seven books (Commentary): Alcuin.Ep  213 (p. 357 lines 15-16)
 Preface to a commentary on the Gospel of John and plan of the Gospel (Commentary): Alcuin.Ep  214
 Small abstract drawn from the works of the holy fathers and especially from the commentary of Jerome appended to Alcuin 1's commentary on Ecclesiastes: Alcuin.Ep  251
 Author of a sermon in the form of a handbook on the faith of the Holy and Undivided Trinity (Tract): Alcuin.Ep  257 (p. 414 lines 35-6)
 Author of a book on the Catholic faith (Tract): Alcuin.Ep  258
 Author of a letter to Arno 1, [arch]bishop [of Salzburg], about psalms of penitence (Commentary): Alcuin.Ep  243 (p. 389 lines 13-14)
 Author of handbook (Manualis libellus] (Commentary): Alcuin.Ep  259
 Editor of the books of the New Testament in a single volume (Edition): Alcuin.Ep  261
 Editor of the books of the New Testament in a single volume (Edition): Alcuin.Ep  262
 Author of a book on the Catholic faith (Tract): Alcuin.Ep  268
 Author of poems (Poem): Alcuin.Ep  273
 Author of verses to be inscribed on the church [of St Vaast at Arras]: Alcuin.Ep  296
 Author of a mass for the Virgin Mary: Alcuin.Ep  296
 Author of a mass for St Vedast [= Vaast]: Alcuin.Ep  296
 Author of a dialogue on the virtues and vices for Wido 1 (Tract): Alcuin.Ep  305
 Author of Life of Saint Richarius (Saint’s Life): Alcuin.Ep  306
 Author of two letters [to Arno 1] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  242
 Author of a letter (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  312
 Author of a letter (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *314
 Author of Life of Willibrord (Saint’s Life): George.Ep  1
 Author of Carm.6 (Acrostic poem): Alcuin.Carm.6  Tit.
 Author of an acrostic poem (Carm.7) (Acrostic poem): Alcuin.Carm.7  7
 Author of poems (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.16   
 Author of a poem (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.48   
 Author of a letter (Letter): Alcuin.Carm.59  8-9
 Author of Carm.59 (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.59  11-14
 Author of Carm.68 (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.68  Tit.
 Author of Carm.118 (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.118  Tit.
 Author of a poem to friends of the poet (Carm.4) (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.4  1
 Author of Carm.4 (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.4  64
 Author of Carm.9 (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.9   
 Author of Carm.9 (Poem): Alcuin.Carm.9   
 Author of poems: Alcuin.Carm.32   
  (Poem): Alcuin.EcclSVedasti2   
  (Treatise): Alcuin.FidTrin   
  (Poem): Alcuin.LaudDei   
 Letters by Alcuin 1 to archbishop Æthelheard 13: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.9-11
Office (113)
Abbot (14)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.Incip. (Abbot of the church of the blessed Martin of Tours)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  Vita.Prol.185.13-14 (Abbot of the church of the blessed Martin of Tours)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Anon.VitAlcuini  27
 Anon.VitAlcuini  28
 Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
 Alcuin.Ep  205 (humble servant of Christ and servant of St Martin)
 Alcuin.Ep  207 (household serving lad of the holy church of God)
 Alcuin.Ep  223 (servant of St Martin)
 Alcuin.Ep  255 (most humble servant of Christ)
 Alcuin.Ep  297 (servant to St Martin)
 Alcuin.Ep  302 (servant of St Martin)
 Alcuin.Ep  101 (abbot of the church of St Martin)
 Alcuin.Ep  272 (humble servant of that same Christ and his forerunner)
Cleric (2)
 Alcuin.Ep  180 (basest servant of all the servants of God)
 Alcuin.Ep  240 (humble household servant of the holy church of God)
Deacon (92)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  8
 Anon.VitAlcuini  8
 Anon.VitAlcuini  23
 Alcuin.AduersElipandum   
 Alcuin.Ep  5 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  7 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  11 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  15 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 19) (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  17 (p. 45 line 9) (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  19 (p. 53 lines 7-8) (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  20
 Alcuin.Ep  21 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  22
 Alcuin.Ep  23 (p. 60 lines 15-16) (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  24 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  28 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin.Ep  33 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  37
 Alcuin.Ep  38 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  42
 Alcuin.Ep  49 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  51 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  54 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  61 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  62
 Alcuin.Ep  64 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  70 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  71 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  74 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  76 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  78 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  79 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  90 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  91 (lowest servant of Holy Church)
 Alcuin.Ep  94 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  104 (humble deacon, son of the holy church of York)
 Alcuin.Ep  105 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  106
 Alcuin.Ep  108
 Alcuin.Ep  109
 Alcuin.Ep  110 (humble young son of Holy Mother Church)
 Alcuin.Ep  114 (A father devout in all respects)
 Alcuin.Ep  116
 Alcuin.Ep  120 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  122 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  123 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  124 (humble father)
 Alcuin.Ep  125 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  129 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  138 (deacon, a humble servant of the Church of Christ)
 Alcuin.Ep  140 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  160 (hhumble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  166 (p. 268 line 16)
 Alcuin.Ep  168 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  179 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  182
 Alcuin.Ep  187 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  189 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  195 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  200 (most humble son of Holy Church)
 Alcuin.Ep  202 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  219
 Alcuin.Ep  224
 Alcuin.Ep  225 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  230
 Alcuin.Ep  234 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  243 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  250 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  257 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  260 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  263 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  264 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  265 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  269 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  273
 Alcuin.Ep  278 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  280 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  286 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  287 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  288 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  291
 Alcuin.Ep  292 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  296 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  298
 Alcuin.Ep  301
 Alcuin.Ep  305 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  310 (humble deacon)
 Alcuin.Ep  311
 Alcuin.Ep  83
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.9
King (1)
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Legate (2)
 George.Ep  p. 28 line 11
 George.Ep  p. 28 line 11
Missus (1)
 LiberPontificalis  vol. I, p. 494, l. 11: Hadrian I, 26
Occupation (30)
Lector (1)
 George.Ep  p. 28 line 11
Man of letters (1)
 Bishops.Ep  p. 560
Pilgrim (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  284
Poet (1)
 Alcuin.Carm.32  17
Preacher (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  177
Pupil (1)
 Alcuin.VersEubor  1515
Scholar (1)
 Alcuin.DispPippini  Tit.
Servant (7)
 Alcuin.Ep  67
 Alcuin.Ep  101
 Alcuin.Ep  223
 Alcuin.Ep  284
 Alcuin.Ep  297
 Alcuin.Ep  302
 Alcuin.Carm.43  44
Soldier (3)
 Alcuin.Ep  149 (p. 242 line 5)
 Alcuin.Ep  155 (p. 250 line 2)
 Alcuin.Ep  178 (p. 294 line 9)
Teacher (13)
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 Anon.VitAlcuini  10
 Anon.VitAlcuini  10
 Anon.VitAlcuini  15
 Alcuin.Orthogr  Tit.
 Alcuin.Rhet  Tit.
 Alcuin.Ep  29
 Alcuin.Ep  75
 Alcuin.Ep  98
 Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 167 line 6)
 Alcuin.Ep  134
 Alcuin.Ep  281
 Eanbald.Ep.46   
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Cliens (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  284
Dominus (4)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Anon.VitAlcuini  16
 Anon.VitAlcuini  28
 Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
Matricularius (10)
 Alcuin.Ep  220
 Alcuin.Ep  221
 Alcuin.Ep  222
 Alcuin.Ep  231
 Alcuin.Ep  242
 Alcuin.Ep  248
 Alcuin.Ep  249 (p. 401 line 27)
 Alcuin.Ep  253
 Alcuin.Ep  254
 Alcuin.Ep  308 (p. 471 line 12)
Puer (2)
 Anon.VitAlcuini  2
 Anon.VitAlcuini  3
Senex (1)
 Alcuin.Carm.42  18
Personal Relationship (209)
Alcuin 1 Brother (Honorific kinship) of ~ (2)
 of Adalhard 1: Alcuin.Ep  9
 of Gisla 1: Alcuin.Ep  214
~ Brother (Honorific kinship) of Alcuin 1 (21)
 Anonymous 733: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  1
 Offa 7: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  85
 Æthelred 7: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 29-30)
 Adalhard 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  9
 Adalhard 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  9
 Anonymi 1861: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 21)
 Anonymi 1861: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 lines 29-30)
 Æthelheard 13: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  17 (p. 45 line 17)
 Hygebald 3: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  124
 Manna 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Manna 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Hereberht 4: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Eanbald 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  112
 Sigewulf 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  80
 Anonymi 1904: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 169 line 30)
 Eanwulf 3: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  283
 Ricwulf 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  51
 Raefgot 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  51
 Rado 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  51
 Bassinus 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  58
 Hygebald 3: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.9  191
Alcuin 1 Companion (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Anonymous 768: Alcuin.Ep  281
~ Companion (General relationship) of Alcuin 1 (6)
 Sigewulf 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  80
 Anonymous 768: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  281
 Laedred 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  10
 Ricwulf 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  51
 Raefgot 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  51
 Rado 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  51
~ Daughter (Honorific kinship) of Alcuin 1 (4)
 Æthelburg 8: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  36
 Æthelburg 8: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  102
 Æthelburg 8: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  300
 Richtrud 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  216
Alcuin 1 Father (Honorific kinship) of ~ (15)
 of Charlemagne 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 of Benedict 4: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 of Dodo 1: Alcuin.Ep  65
 of Dodo 1: Alcuin.Ep  65
 of Eanbald 2: Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 167 line 1)
 of Eanbald 2: Alcuin.Ep  116
 of Hygebald 3: Alcuin.Ep  124 (p. 181 line 28)
 of Eanbald 2: Alcuin.Ep  209 (p. 347 line 35)
 of Anonymous 779: Alcuin.Ep  295 (p. 452 line 25)
 of Anonymous 779: Alcuin.Ep  295 (p. 454 line 8)
 of Anonymous 780: Alcuin.Ep  295 (p. 454 line 8)
 of Richtrud 1: Alcuin.Ep  214
 of Candidus 2: Alcuin.Carm.44  52
 of Credulus 1: Alcuin.Carm.54  52-3
 of Anonymi 1202: Alcuin.Carm.59  9
~ Father (Honorific kinship) of Alcuin 1 (43)
 Ecgberht 7: of Alcuin 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  6
 Æthelberht 8: of Alcuin 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  7
 Æthelberht 8: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.VersEubor  1575
 Æthelberht 8: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Epitaph.2  Line 12
 Leothfrith 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  2
 George 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  9
 Etuuit 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  9
 Arno 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  10
 Anonymi 1861: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 21)
 Cuthbert 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  21
 Cuthbert 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  21
 Cuthbert 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  22
 Æthelheard 13: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Æthelheard 13: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  230
 Æthelheard 13: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  290
 Æthelheard 13: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  17 (p. 45 line 9)
 Æthelheard 13: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  311
 Hygebald 3: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  20
 Hygebald 3: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  285
 Hygebald 3: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  21
 Cuthrad 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  22
 Anonymi 1879: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  42
 Eanbald 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  112
 Anonymous 736: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  45
 Anonymous 737: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  47
 Wulfheard 5: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  70
 Anonymous 743: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  89
 Anonymous 745: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  89
 Anonymi 1895: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  104
 Leo 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  125
 Anonymous 761: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  130
 Cyneberht 8: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  189
 Anonymous 766: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  256
 Frithwine 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  282
 Anonymi 1962: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  287
 Anonymous 770: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  288
 Anonymous 771: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  291
 Anonymous 773: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  292
 Ealhheard 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  301
 Tidfrith 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  301
 Boniface 5: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  250 (p. 404 line 20)
 Beornrad 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  29
 Bassinus 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  57
Alcuin 1 Favourite (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Charlemagne 1: LiberPontificalis  vol. I, p. 494, l. 13: Hadrian I, 26
Alcuin 1 Friend (General relationship) of ~ (6)
 of Æthelberht 10: Alcuin.Ep  31
 of Offa 7: Alcuin.Ep  101
 of Frithwine 1: Alcuin.Ep  282
 of Hygebald 3: Alcuin.Ep  285
 of Offa 7: Alcuin.Ep  101
 of Eanbald 1: Eanbald.Ep.46   
~ Friend (General relationship) of Alcuin 1 (35)
 Sigulf 2: of Alcuin 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  21
 Sigulf 2: of Alcuin 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  23
 Anonymi 521: of Alcuin 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Willehad 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  6
 Anonymous 733: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  1
 Anonymous 734: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  6
 Offa 7: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  87
 Anonymi 1860: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  12
 Æthelheard 13: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Æthelheard 13: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Osbald 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 49 line 16)
 Osbald 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  109
 Anonymi 1867: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 49 line 17)
 Æthelburg 8: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  102
 Scæst 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  37
 Beagnoth 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  37
 Manna 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Hereberht 4: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Anonymi 1879: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  48
 Eanbald 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  112
 Eada 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  53
 Hundruda 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  62
 Eardwulf 4: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  108
 Anonymi 1904: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 169 line 31)
 Osberht 4: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  122
 Ceolmund 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Ceolmund 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  232
 Torhtmund 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Torhtmund 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  232
 Anonymi 1947: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  233
 Anonymi 1947: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  233
 Anonymous 778: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  294
 Credulus 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  233
 Laedred 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  10
 Corydon 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.32  4
~ Mother (Honorific kinship) of Alcuin 1 (3)
 Æthelthida 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  79
 Æthelthida 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  105
 Anonymous 752: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  106
~ Patronus (General relationship) of Alcuin 1 (1)
 Paulus 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  57
~ Protector (General relationship) of Alcuin 1 (2)
 Boniface 5: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  250 (p. 404 line 20)
 Charlemagne 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.4  40
~ Sister (Honorific kinship) of Alcuin 1 (5)
 Æthelburg 8: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  103
 Hundruda 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  62
 Æthelthida 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  79
 Anonymous 749: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  103
 Gisla 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  216
Alcuin 1 Son (Honorific kinship) of ~ (9)
 of Æthelberht 8: Anon.VitAlcuini  7
 of Æthelberht 8: Alcuin.VersEubor  1527
 of Colchu 1: Alcuin.Ep  7
 of Anonymi 1879: Alcuin.Ep  42
 of Anonymous 752: Alcuin.Ep  106
 of Æthelheard 13: Alcuin.Ep  128
 of Leo 1: Alcuin.Ep  125
 of Æthelheard 13: Alcuin.Ep  128
 of Anonymous 761: Alcuin.Ep  130
~ Son (Honorific kinship) of Alcuin 1 (55)
 Benedict 4: of Alcuin 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Leothfrith 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  2
 Joseph 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Joseph 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  14
 Æthelred 7: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 51 line 13)
 Oduin 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  134
 Osbald 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 51 line 13)
 Osberht 3: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 51 line 13)
 Anonymi 1867: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 51 line 13)
 Hygebald 3: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  124
 Candidus 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  24
 Candidus 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  25
 Candidus 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  41
 Candidus 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  225
 Candidus 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  242
 Candidus 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  245
 Heahstan 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  37
 Manna 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Hereberht 4: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Eanbald 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 167 line 1)
 Eanbald 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  115
 Eanbald 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  116
 Eanbald 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  210
 Eanbald 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  230
 Eanbald 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  232
 Eanbald 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  233
 Eanbald 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  209 (p. 347 line 28)
 Anonymi 1880: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  47
 Ecgfrith 7: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  61
 Ecgfrith 7: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  62
 Anonymous 741: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  64
 Dodo 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  65
 Anonymous 751: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  103
 Anonymi 1904: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 169 line 30)
 Angilberct 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  9
 Angilberct 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  125
 Anonymous 759: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  128 (p. 189 line 20)
 Caluinus 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  209
 Caluinus 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  233
 Anonymous 767: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  256
 Anonymous 768: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  281
 Anonymous 776: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  293
 Anonymous 778: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  294
 Anonymous 779: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  295 (p. 452 line 25)
 Frithugils 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  135
 Frithugils 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  244
 Frithugils 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  245
 Frithugils 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  251
 Frithugils 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  259
 Frithugils 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  289
 Onia 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  251
 Anonymous 774: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  292
 Anonymous 409: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.43  42
 Candidus 2: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.44  4
 Credulus 1: of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Carm.54  4
Possession (5)
 Enriched with not a small inheritance in my [sc. Alcuin 1's] fatherland, which I freely rejected in order to be of benefit to you [sc. Charlemagne 1].: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 I [sc. Alcuin 1] undertook the governance of that same small cell.: Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1
 seal: Alcuin.Ep  104
 a little cell containing the body of Wilsgils 1, which Alcuin 1 had control over by legal inheritance.: Alcuin.Ep  120
 : Alcuin.Ep   
Event (299)
Adoption, spiritual (3)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Leo 1 seeking renewal of his spiritual kinship and York’s metropolitan status: Alcuin 1 requested that Leo 1 renew the memory of his spiritual adoption of Alcuin 1 and asked him to grant the request of delegates from York (Anonymi 1913) for the pallium.: Alcuin.Ep  125
 Alcuin 1.letter to bishops of Britain (Anonymi 1895) seeking their prayers: Alcuin 1 asked to be accepted as a son and to be prayed for.: Alcuin.Ep  104
 Alcuin 1.request to Leo 1 for spiritual adoption: Through Angilberct 1 Alcuin 1 had asked Leo 1 to adopt him as a son.: Alcuin.Ep  125
Advice/counsel (36)
 Alcuin 1.communication with Anonymous 766 through Anonymous 767: Alcuin 1 had sent back word through Anonymous 767 to Anonymous 766 about the latter's loss of his see.: Alcuin.Ep  256
 Alcuin 1.letter counselling Anonymi 1879 to act properly in the election of an archbishop: Alcuin 1 counselled Anonymi 1879 to act properly in the election of an archbishop.: Alcuin.Ep  48
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 offered spiritual advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7.: Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice to Anonymous 768 about travel to Italy: Alcuin 1 gave general advice to companions of his pilgrimage abroad (Anonymous 768) about travel to Italy.: Alcuin.Ep  281
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice to Hygebald 3 and monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871): Alcuin 1 advised Hygebald 3 and the monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871) about appropriate behaviour.: Alcuin.Ep  21
 Alcuin 1.letter of affection and counsel to Arno 1: Alcuin 1 expressed great affection for Arno 1 and offered him counsel.: Alcuin.Ep  10
 Alcuin 1.letter of commiseration to Leothfrith 1 urging him not to take up arms: Alcuin 1 commiserated with Leothfrith 1 and urged him not to take up arms.: Alcuin.Ep  2
 Alcuin 1.letter of counsel to Æthelred 7 and others: Alcuin 1 gave counsel to Æthelred 7, Osbald 1, Osberht 3 and all his friends (Anonymi 1867), advising them as to how they should act.: Alcuin.Ep  18
 Alcuin 1.letter of encouragement to Anonymous 770 with thanks for his gifts: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Anonymous 770 in his Christian labours and thanked him for his gifts.: Alcuin.Ep  288
 Alcuin 1.letter of exhortation to Cenwulf 3: Alcuin 1 counselled Cenwulf 3 as to appropriate behaviour for a king and wished him a long and prosperous reign.: Alcuin.Ep  123
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Altapetra (= Heahstan 1): Alcuin 1 gave spiritual advice to Heahstan 1 and sent greetings to Scæst 1 and Beagnoth 2.: Alcuin.Ep  37
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Eanwulf 3: Alcuin 1 gave spiritual advice to Eanwulf 3 and sent greetings to the latter's brethren (Anonymi 1956).: Alcuin.Ep  283
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Ecgfrith 7: Alcuin 1 urged Ecgfrith 7 to follow the example of his parents (Offa 7 and Cynethryth 2) and behave in a fashion appropriate to one born to the throne of a kingdom.: Alcuin.Ep  61
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Frithwine 1 on his becoming an abbot: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Frithwine 1 to pursue his duties diligently.: Alcuin.Ep  282
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Manna 1 and Hereberht 4: Alcuin 1 sent spiritual advice to two friends, Manna 1 and Hereberht 4.: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to monks of York (Anonymi 1879), recalling his past education: Recalling his education with the monks of the church of York (Anonymi 1879), Alcuin 1 urged upon them various precepts.: Alcuin.Ep  42
 Alcuin 1.letter of thanks and spiritual advice to Hundruda 1 with greetings to others: Alcuin 1 thanked Hundruda 1, gave her spiritual advice and asked for greetings to be sent to others.: Alcuin.Ep  62
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymi 1959 reminding them to pray for him and exhorting them: Alcuin 1 reminded Anonymi 1959 to pray for him and exhorted them to follow in the ways of their forebears and teachers (Anonymi 1961).: Alcuin.Ep  286
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 775 requesting prayers and offering spiritual advice: Alcuin 1 asked Anonymous 775 for his prayers and offered him spiritual advice.: Alcuin.Ep  293
 Alcuin 1.letter to Cuthrad 1 expressing pleasure at his surviving pagan attack: Alcuin 1 observed that Cuthrad 1 had been spared when he fell into the hands of the pagans (Anonymi 1862), and gave him advice.: Alcuin.Ep  22
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eanbald 1 urging non-interference in election of successor: Alcuin 1 expressed joy that Eanbald 1 was well; he explained why he had not visited and urged Eanbald 1 not to interfere in the choice of his successor.: Alcuin.Ep  44
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eanbald 2 giving him advice on his becoming archbishop: Alcuin 1 sent advice of various kinds to Eanbald 2 on his becoming archbishop.: Alcuin.Ep  114
 Alcuin 1.letter to Hygebald 3 expressing pleasure at his affection and offering advice: Alcuin 1 expressed pleasure at Hygebald 3's affection for him and offered him advice as to how a bishop should behave.: Alcuin.Ep  124
 Alcuin 1.letter to monks of Monkwearmouth and Jarrow (Anonymi 1868): Alcuin 1 urged the monks of Wearmouth and Jarrow (Anonymi 1868) to keep to the monastic rule and put their hope in God rather than in arms.: Alcuin.Ep  19
 Alcuin 1.letter to people of Kent (Anonymi 1919): Alcuin 1 gave advice to various segments of the Kentish kingdom (Anonymi 1919).: Alcuin.Ep  129
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelburg 8 encouraging fulfilment of her promise to live chastely: Alcuin 1 encouraged Æthelburg 8 to live a life of virginity and gave her counsel.: Alcuin.Ep  36
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 about his leaving his see: Alcuin 1 wrote giving Æthelheard 13 advice as to what he should do, having left his see.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 outlining archiepiscopal responsibilities: Alcuin 1 outlined Æthelheard 13's responsibilities as archbishop.: Alcuin.Ep  17
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 urging him to stop the pagan practices of others: Alcuin 1 wrote to Æthelheard 13 urging him to stop the pagan practices that Alcuin 1 had seen.: Alcuin.Ep  290
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelthida 1 expressing thanks, affection and religious advice: Alcuin 1 expressed his thanks for Æthelthida 1's gifts and declared his affection for her. He provided her with spiritual advice.: Alcuin.Ep  79
 Alcuin 1.letter urging Dodo 1 to give up his ways and follow a moral way of life: Alcuin 1 urged Dodo 1 to give up his ways and follow a moral path.: Alcuin.Ep  65
 Alcuin 1.recommendation that Æthelheard 13 consult over unity of church: Alcuin 1 recommended that Æthelheard 13 consult about the unity of the Church.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Alcuin 1.recommendation to people of Kent (Anonymi 1919) that Æthelheard 13 be recalled: Alcuin 1 recommended to the people of Kent (Anonymi 1919) that Æthelheard 13 be recalled if this seemed good to them.: Alcuin.Ep  129
 Alcuin 1.second letter of advice to Eanbald 2: Alcuin 1 urged Eanbald 2 to reread his letters and not be corrupted by others.: Alcuin.Ep  115
 Alcuin 1.third letter of advice to Eanbald 2: Alcuin 1 urged Eanbald 2 to be true to his title.: Alcuin.Ep  116
 Anonymous 374.advice to Alcuin 1 in his boyhood: Anonymous 374 guided the life of Alcuin 1 during his boyhood with his counsel.: Alcuin.VersEubor  1602-5
Affection (12)
 Alcuin 1.agreement between him and Cyneberht 8: Alcuin 1 and Cyneberht 8 made an agreement of love between them.: Alcuin.Ep  189
 Alcuin 1.confraternity with Hygebald 3: Alcuin 1 recalled the brotherhood between him and Hygebald 3.: Alcuin.Ep  285
 Alcuin 1.gift to Æthelheard 13 of pall and piece of clothing: Alcuin 1 gave out of love a pall soaked in gum and a piece of clothing to Æthelheard 13.: Alcuin.Ep  255
 Alcuin 1.letter of affection and counsel to Arno 1: Alcuin 1 expressed great affection for Arno 1 and offered him counsel.: Alcuin.Ep  10
 Alcuin 1.letter of enquiry, expressing affection for Adalhard 1: Alcuin 1 expressed affection for Adalhard 1 and made various enquiries.: Alcuin.Ep  9
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 766 expressing pleasure at his return to his former see: Alcuin 1 wrote expressing pleasure at the good health and return to his former see of Anonymous 766.: Alcuin.Ep  256
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eanbald 1 urging non-interference in election of successor: Alcuin 1 expressed joy that Eanbald 1 was well; he explained why he had not visited and urged Eanbald 1 not to interfere in the choice of his successor.: Alcuin.Ep  44
 Alcuin 1.letter to Hygebald 3 expressing affection and exhorting him to pursue his duties: Alcuin 1 expressed his love for Hygebald 3 and exhorted him to pursue his duties.: Alcuin.Ep  285
 Alcuin 1.letter to Hygebald 3 expressing pleasure at his affection and offering advice: Alcuin 1 expressed pleasure at Hygebald 3's affection for him and offered him advice as to how a bishop should behave.: Alcuin.Ep  124
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelthida 1 expressing thanks, affection and religious advice: Alcuin 1 expressed his thanks for Æthelthida 1's gifts and declared his affection for her. He provided her with spiritual advice.: Alcuin.Ep  79
 Alcuin 1.visit to Lindisfarne: Alcuin 1 recalled the love with which he had been received at Lindisfarne.: Alcuin.Ep  21
 Ecgberht 7.affection for his pupils (Anonymi 510): Ecgberht 7 loved his pupils (Anonymi 510), especially Alcuin 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  5
Agreement (1)
 Alcuin 1.agreement between him and Cyneberht 8: Alcuin 1 and Cyneberht 8 made an agreement of love between them.: Alcuin.Ep  189
Alms-giving (1)
 Alcuin 1.gift of oil and alms from various sources: Record of gift of oil and alms.: Alcuin.Ep  7
Appointment - ecclesiastical (1)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eanbald 1 urging non-interference in election of successor: Alcuin 1 expressed joy that Eanbald 1 was well; he explained why he had not visited and urged Eanbald 1 not to interfere in the choice of his successor.: Alcuin.Ep  44
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of abbot (4)
 Alcuin 1.acceptance of abbacy of St Martin of Tours: Alcuin 1 was constrained to accept the abbacy of St Martin's.: Alcuin.Ep  101
 Alcuin 1.appointment to St Martin’s of Tours: Alcuin 1 was put in charge of the monasterium of St Martin's of Tours.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Alcuin 1.letter requesting confraternity and commending Æthelbald 8 as abbot: Alcuin 1 wrote to Æthelbald 8 with greetings on his taking office as abbot and requesting confraternity.: Alcuin.Ep  67
 Frithwine 1.elevation to abbacy of Monkwearmouth and Jarrow: Alcuin 1 expressed his joy at Frithwine 1's elevation to such a great dignity [sc. as abbot].: Alcuin.Ep  282
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of king (2)
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice to Eardwulf 4 on his ascending the throne: Alcuin 1 wrote to Eardwulf 4 after he had ascended the throne.: Alcuin.Ep  108
 Æthelred 7.accession to throne: Æthelred 7 succeeded to the throne.: Alcuin.Ep  8
Assembly (1)
 George 1.adoption of his decrees at Mercian council: George 1 attended a Mercian council with Alcuin 1 and Pyttel 1, where the decrees were read out and adopted, and the document ratified with a cross.: George.Ep  pp. 28-9 (786)
Baptism (2)
 Alcuin 1.education of Oduin 1 to become a priest and understand office of baptism: Alcuin 1 had laboured so that Oduin 1 could become a priest and had taught him about baptism.: Alcuin.Ep  134
 Alcuin 1.letter to Oduin 1 about meaning of order of baptism: Alcuin 1 wrote to Oduin 1 to explain the order of baptism.: Alcuin.Ep  134
Bequeathing/will-making (1)
 Æthelberht 8.bequest of his wealth: Æthelberht 8 left his wealth to Eanbald 1 and Alcuin 1.: Alcuin.VersEubor  1526-62
Blessing (3)
 Alcuin 1.healing of many infirm persons (Anonymi 532) through his blessing: Quite often many infirm persons (Anonymi 532) coming to Alcuin 1, having received in faith his blessing, regained bodily health.: Anon.VitAlcuini  20
 Ecgberht 7.affection for his pupils (Anonymi 510): Ecgberht 7 loved his pupils (Anonymi 510), especially Alcuin 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  5
 Æthelberht 8.blessing of Alcuin 1: Æthelberht 8 blessed Alcuin 1 with the blessings of his fathers mentioned above and commended him to Jesus Christ.: Anon.VitAlcuini  8
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (23)
 Alcuin 1.appeal to his readers: Alcuin 1 appealed to the youth of York (Anonymi 1134) to keep reading his poem.: Alcuin.VersEubor  1408-12
 Alcuin 1.collecting of books: Alcuin 1 had laboured in the collecting of books.: Alcuin.Ep  226
 Alcuin 1.composition of Alcuin 1.VersEubor.: Alcuin 1 wrote about Ninian 1 in his poems sent to the scholars of the church of York (Anonymi 1952).: Alcuin.Ep  273
 Alcuin 1.composition of Life of St Willibrord: I [sc. Alcuin 1] wrote this account of the most holy father and outstanding teacher Willibrord 1 at Beornrad 1's command.: Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1
 Alcuin 1.composition of commentary on Gospel of John: Alcuin 1 described the circumstances surrounding the composition of his commentary on the Gospel of John.: Alcuin.Ep  214
 Alcuin 1.composition of pastoral poetry: Alcuin 1 justified why he had written pastoral poetry in the style of Virgil.: Alcuin.Carm.59  11-14
 Alcuin 1.composition of poem for various Continental recipients: Alcuin 1 composed the present poem sent from Britain to the mouth of the Rhine, whence he hoped it would reach various named recipients.: Alcuin.Carm.4  1-81
 Alcuin 1.composition of the Life of Willibrord 1: Alcuin 1 composed a Life of Willibrord 1 in Prose and Verse in response to a request from Beornrad 1.: Alcuin.Ep  120
 Alcuin 1.composition of various works at the request of various people: Alcuin 1 composed various works at the request of various people.: Anon.VitAlcuini  21
 Alcuin 1.despatch of works of Bede 1 to be copied and returned: Alcuin 1 sent works of Bede 1 to Gisla 1 and Richtrud 1 to be copied and returned.: Alcuin.Ep  216
 Alcuin 1.dictation of manuscript for [Charlemagne 1]: In response to a command from [Charlemagne 1] Alcuin 1 dictated a books of works by Bede 1 and others.: Alcuin.Carm.72  1-12
 Alcuin 1.letter to Beornrad 1 with attached literary compositions: Alcuin 1 attached various literary compositions in response to a request from Beornrad 1.: Alcuin.Ep  120
 Alcuin 1.letter to Charlemagne 1 asking permission for books from Britain: Alcuin 1 asked permission of Charlemagne 1 for boys to be sent to Britain to obtain books for Tours.: Alcuin.Ep  121
 Alcuin 1.letter to Sigewulf 2 with Alcuin 1’s treatise on the book of Genesis: Alcuin 1 sent Sigewulf 2 a treatise on the book of Genesis.: Alcuin.Ep  80
 Alcuin 1.poetry addressed to Anonymi 1204: Alcuin 1 directed his poem to the brethren (Anonymi 1204).: Alcuin.Carm.9  137-8
 Alcuin 1.reading in his youth: Alcuin 1 had read the ancient philosophers and Virgil as a young man.: Anon.VitAlcuini  16
 Alcuin 1.reading of the Gospel of John before Æthelberht 8 and his fellow students (Anonymi 514): Alcuin 1 was reading John 13:23 - 18:1 before Æthelberht 8 and Anonymi 514 when he had a vision.: Anon.VitAlcuini  7
 Alcuin 1.reproof of Sigulf 2 for disobeying his instruction not to read Virgil: Alcuin 1 reproved Sigulf 2 for reading Virgil.: Anon.VitAlcuini  16
 Anonymous 176.composition of the Vita Alcuini at the request of Anonymous 177: Anonymous 176 was writing about Alcuin 1 on the orders of Anonymous 177.: Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.184.3-6, 185.4-10
 Anonymous 177.command to Anonymous 176 to write a Life of Alcuin 1: Anonymous 177 ordered Anonymous 176 to write a Life of Alcuin 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.184.4-6, 185.5-6
 Joseph 2.sending zodiac chart to Alcuin 1: outline of certain calculations of the course of the sun and the moon through the zodiac: Alcuin.Ep  171 (p. 282 lines 22-3)
 Sigulf 2.education of others in matters Virgilian contrary to the instruction of Alcuin 1: Against the instruction of Alcuin 1, Sigulf 2 secretly made Adalbert 2 and Aldric 1 read Virgil.: Anon.VitAlcuini  16
 Æthelberht 8-Alcuin 1.copying of books: Æthelberht 8 and Alcuin 1 had copied books at York.: Alcuin.Ep  121 (p. 177 lines 4-6)
Burial (2)
 Alcuin 1.burial: Here rests the lord abbot Alcuin 1 of blessed memory who departed in peace on 19 May.: Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
 Alcuin 1.death: Here rests the lord abbot Alcuin 1 of blessed memory who departed in peace on 19 May.: Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
Burning (1)
 Alcuin 1.miracle of the staunching of the flames at St Martin’s: A fire in the sacristy at St Martin's was staunched when Alcuin 1 prayed at the tomb of St Martin.: Anon.VitAlcuini  19
Capture (1)
 Anonymi 1871.capture by Anonymi 1862: The pagans (Anonymi 1862) took boys (Anonymi 1871) into captivity. : Alcuin.Ep  20
Church/monastery destruction (2)
 Alcuin 1.letters referring to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes: Alcuin 1 in his letters to bishop Hygebald 3 and king Æthelred 7 alluded to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.127-8
 Anonymi 1862.attack on church of Saint Cuthbert: Pagans (Anonymi 1862) sacked the church of St Cuthbert.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (pp. 42-3)
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (1)
 Æthelberht 8.erection of new basilica at York: Æthelberht 8 erected a new basilica.: Alcuin.VersEubor  1507-18
Commemoration of the dead (3)
 Alcuin 1.burial: Here rests the lord abbot Alcuin 1 of blessed memory who departed in peace on 19 May.: Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
 Alcuin 1.death: Here rests the lord abbot Alcuin 1 of blessed memory who departed in peace on 19 May.: Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
 Alcuin 1.letter to Arno 1 reporting death of Eanbald 1: Alcuin 1 asked Arno 1 to pray for the soul of Eanbald 1.: Alcuin.Ep  112
Commendation (4)
 Alcuin 1.letter of commendation for Fordrad 1: Alcuin 1 commended Fordrad 1 to his friends (Anonymi 1860).: Alcuin.Ep  12
 Alcuin 1.letter of greetings, thanks and commendations to Anonymous 749: Alcuin 1 sent greetings, thanks and commendations to a sister (Anonymous 749).: Alcuin.Ep  103
 Alcuin 1.letter to Charlemagne 1 commending various friends: Alcuin 1 commended various friends of his to Charlemagne 1.: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Alcuin 1.letter to Offa 7 commending a pupil (Anonymous 741) to him: Alcuin 1 wrote to Offa 7 commending a pupil (Anonymous 741) to him.: Alcuin.Ep  64
Confraternity (6)
 Alcuin 1.confraternity with Hygebald 3: Alcuin 1 recalled the brotherhood between him and Hygebald 3.: Alcuin.Ep  285
 Alcuin 1.confraternity with brethren of Monkwearmouth (Anonymi 1957): Alcuin 1 entered into confraternity with the brethren of Monkwearmouth (Anonymi 1983).: Alcuin.Ep  284 (793 x 804)
 Alcuin 1.confraternity with the brethren of Jarrow (Anonymi 1959): Alcuin 1 reminded the brethren of Jarrow (Anonymi 1959) that they had accepted him into the fellowship of prayer.: Alcuin.Ep  286
 Alcuin 1.letter requesting confraternity and commending Æthelbald 8 as abbot: Alcuin 1 wrote to Æthelbald 8 with greetings on his taking office as abbot and requesting confraternity.: Alcuin.Ep  67
 Alcuin 1.request for Liutgard 1 to gain confraternity with Æthelburg 8 and her sisters: Alcuin 1 asked for Liutgard 1's name to be recorded.: Alcuin.Ep  102
 Anonymi 1881.entry of Alcuin 1 into confraternity book: The predecessors of Æthelbald 8 (Anonymi 1881) had entered Alcuin 1's name into a register.: Alcuin.Ep  67
Conquest (1)
 Charlemagne 1.sending Alcuin 1 and others to the Pope: Charlemagne 1 sent his envoys to the apostolic see to inquire whether the king of the Lombards had restored the stolen cities. Among the envoys there was Alcuin 1, the king's favourite.: LiberPontificalis  vol. I, p. 494, lines 11-13: Hadrian I, 26
Conversation (2)
 Charlemagne 1.conversations with Alcuin 1 about Offa 7: Charlemagne 1 had often discussed Offa 7 with Alcuin 1.: Alcuin.Ep  101
 Æthelberht 8.comments to Alcuin 1: Alcuin 1's teacher [sc. Æthelberht 8] frequently used to say to him that the wisest men were those who had found the philosophic arts in the natures of things.: Alcuin.Ep  148 (p. 239 lines 28-9)
Correspondence (103)
 Alcuin 1.experience of bloody rain in York: Alcuin 1 and the recipients of his letter (Æthelred 7 and Anonymi 1861) experienced bloody rain in York.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 43)
 Alcuin 1.first letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 had written to urge Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to leave secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
 Alcuin 1.letter counselling Anonymi 1879 to act properly in the election of an archbishop: Alcuin 1 counselled Anonymi 1879 to act properly in the election of an archbishop.: Alcuin.Ep  48
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 offered spiritual advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7.: Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice to Anonymous 768 about travel to Italy: Alcuin 1 gave general advice to companions of his pilgrimage abroad (Anonymous 768) about travel to Italy.: Alcuin.Ep  281
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice to Eardwulf 4 on his ascending the throne: Alcuin 1 wrote to Eardwulf 4 after he had ascended the throne.: Alcuin.Ep  108
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice to Hygebald 3 and monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871): Alcuin 1 advised Hygebald 3 and the monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871) about appropriate behaviour.: Alcuin.Ep  21
 Alcuin 1.letter of affection and counsel to Arno 1: Alcuin 1 expressed great affection for Arno 1 and offered him counsel.: Alcuin.Ep  10
 Alcuin 1.letter of commendation for Fordrad 1: Alcuin 1 commended Fordrad 1 to his friends (Anonymi 1860).: Alcuin.Ep  12
 Alcuin 1.letter of commiseration and best wishes to Joseph 2: Alcuin 1 wrote Joseph 2 a letter when the latter was ill.: Alcuin.Ep  14
 Alcuin 1.letter of commiseration to Hygebald 3 and monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871): Alcuin 1 commiserated with Hygebald 3 and the monks of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871).: Alcuin.Ep  20
 Alcuin 1.letter of commiseration to Leothfrith 1 urging him not to take up arms: Alcuin 1 commiserated with Leothfrith 1 and urged him not to take up arms.: Alcuin.Ep  2
 Alcuin 1.letter of consolation to Anonymous 752 on the death of her son: Alcuin 1 wrote Anonymous 752 a letter of consolation on the death of a son (Anonymous 753).: Alcuin.Ep  106
 Alcuin 1.letter of consolation to Æthelthida 1 on the death of her son: Alcuin 1 wrote to console Æthelthida 1 after the death of her son [sc. Æthelred 7]..: Alcuin.Ep  105
 Alcuin 1.letter of counsel to Æthelred 7 and others: Alcuin 1 gave counsel to Æthelred 7, Osbald 1, Osberht 3 and all his friends (Anonymi 1867), advising them as to how they should act.: Alcuin.Ep  18
 Alcuin 1.letter of encouragement to Anonymous 770 with thanks for his gifts: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Anonymous 770 in his Christian labours and thanked him for his gifts.: Alcuin.Ep  288
 Alcuin 1.letter of encouragement to Ealhheard 1 and Tidfrith 1: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Ealhheard 1 and Tidfrith 1 and ask that he be remembered in their churches.: Alcuin.Ep  301
 Alcuin 1.letter of encouragement to Eanbald 2: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Eanbald 2 in his troubles.: Alcuin.Ep  232
 Alcuin 1.letter of encouragement to Æthelburg 8 with thanks for her letter and gifts: Alcuin 1 wrote a letter of encouragement to Æthelburg 8.: Alcuin.Ep  300
 Alcuin 1.letter of enquiry and of greetings, especially to Willehad 1: Alcuin 1 sent greetings and enquired about the Saxons and neighbouring peoples.: Alcuin.Ep  6
 Alcuin 1.letter of enquiry, expressing affection for Adalhard 1: Alcuin 1 expressed affection for Adalhard 1 and made various enquiries.: Alcuin.Ep  9
 Alcuin 1.letter of exhortation to Anonymi 1962: Alcuin 1 urged Anonymi 1962 to persevere in the monastic life.: Alcuin.Ep  287
 Alcuin 1.letter of exhortation to Cenwulf 3: Alcuin 1 counselled Cenwulf 3 as to appropriate behaviour for a king and wished him a long and prosperous reign.: Alcuin.Ep  123
 Alcuin 1.letter of exhortation to Osberht 4: Alcuin 1 exhorted Osberht 4 and made various observations on current affairs.: Alcuin.Ep  122
 Alcuin 1.letter of exhortation to unnamed archbishop (Anonymous 761): Alcuin 1 sent exhortations.: Alcuin.Ep  130
 Alcuin 1.letter of greetings with various requests to Joseph 2: Greetings, enquiries and requests from Alcuin 1 to Joseph 2.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Alcuin 1.letter of greetings, thanks and commendations to Anonymous 749: Alcuin 1 sent greetings, thanks and commendations to a sister (Anonymous 749).: Alcuin.Ep  103
 Alcuin 1.letter of praise to Heardberht 3: Alcuin 1 wrote a letter of praise to Heardberht 3.: Alcuin.Ep  302
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Altapetra (= Heahstan 1): Alcuin 1 gave spiritual advice to Heahstan 1 and sent greetings to Scæst 1 and Beagnoth 2.: Alcuin.Ep  37
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Eanwulf 3: Alcuin 1 gave spiritual advice to Eanwulf 3 and sent greetings to the latter's brethren (Anonymi 1956).: Alcuin.Ep  283
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Ecgfrith 7: Alcuin 1 urged Ecgfrith 7 to follow the example of his parents (Offa 7 and Cynethryth 2) and behave in a fashion appropriate to one born to the throne of a kingdom.: Alcuin.Ep  61
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Frithwine 1 on his becoming an abbot: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Frithwine 1 to pursue his duties diligently.: Alcuin.Ep  282
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Manna 1 and Hereberht 4: Alcuin 1 sent spiritual advice to two friends, Manna 1 and Hereberht 4.: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to monks of York (Anonymi 1879), recalling his past education: Recalling his education with the monks of the church of York (Anonymi 1879), Alcuin 1 urged upon them various precepts.: Alcuin.Ep  42
 Alcuin 1.letter of sympathy to Anonymous 740: Alcuin 1 wrote to Anonymous 740 to sympathize with him.: Alcuin.Ep  63
 Alcuin 1.letter of thanks and spiritual advice to Hundruda 1 with greetings to others: Alcuin 1 thanked Hundruda 1, gave her spiritual advice and asked for greetings to be sent to others.: Alcuin.Ep  62
 Alcuin 1.letter of thanks to Anonymous 773: Alcuin 1 expressed his thanks to Anonymous 773 for his greetings.: Alcuin.Ep  292
 Alcuin 1.letter of warning to King Æthelred 7 and his nobles: Alcuin 1 warned Æthelred 7 and his nobles (Anonymi 1861) about their behaviour.: Alcuin.Ep  16
 Alcuin 1.letter requesting confraternity and commending Æthelbald 8 as abbot: Alcuin 1 wrote to Æthelbald 8 with greetings on his taking office as abbot and requesting confraternity.: Alcuin.Ep  67
 Alcuin 1.letter to Abbot Wulfheard 5 requesting that he accept a wandering monk (Anonymous 742): Alcuin 1 asked Wulfheard 5 to accept a monk (Anonymous 742) whom Alcuin 1 had found.: Alcuin.Ep  70
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymi 1951 seeking their prayers: Alcuin 1 asked the monks of Candida Casa (Anonymi 1951) to remember him in their prayers.: Alcuin.Ep  273
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymi 1959 reminding them to pray for him and exhorting them: Alcuin 1 reminded Anonymi 1959 to pray for him and exhorted them to follow in the ways of their forebears and teachers (Anonymi 1961).: Alcuin.Ep  286
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymi 1983 asking them to remember him and offering advice: Alcuin 1 requested that the brethren of Monkwearmouth (Anonymi 1983) remember him and commended them for their way of life, which he exhorted them to maintain.: Alcuin.Ep  284 (793 x 804)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 736 mentioning other communications and Basilius 1’s death: Alcuin 1 mentioned he had sent other communications to Anonymous 736 and reported the death of Basilius 1.: Alcuin.Ep  45
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 743 praising him for his preaching: Alcuin 1 praised Anonymous 743 for his preaching.: Alcuin.Ep  89
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 766 expressing pleasure at his return to his former see: Alcuin 1 wrote expressing pleasure at the good health and return to his former see of Anonymous 766.: Alcuin.Ep  256
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 771 encouraging him in his zeal for preaching: Alcuin 1 encouraged Anonymous 771 in his zeal for preaching.: Alcuin.Ep  291
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 775 requesting prayers and offering spiritual advice: Alcuin 1 asked Anonymous 775 for his prayers and offered him spiritual advice.: Alcuin.Ep  293
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 778 admonishing him for still indulging in puerile filth: Alcuin 1 wrote to Anonymous 778 castigating him for his behaviour.: Alcuin.Ep  294
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 779 admonishing him for his prodigal ways: Alcuin 1 admonished Anonymous 779 for his prodigal ways.: Alcuin.Ep  295
 Alcuin 1.letter to Arno 1 reporting death of Eanbald 1: Alcuin 1 asked Arno 1 to pray for the soul of Eanbald 1.: Alcuin.Ep  112
 Alcuin 1.letter to Beornrad 1 with attached literary compositions: Alcuin 1 attached various literary compositions in response to a request from Beornrad 1.: Alcuin.Ep  120
 Alcuin 1.letter to Beornwine 2 protesting his fidelity to Offa 7 and the English: Alcuin 1 declared that he had never been unfaithful to Offa 7 and the English people.: Alcuin.Ep  82
 Alcuin 1.letter to Caluinus 1 about various matters including Eanbald 2’s troubles: Alcuin 1 wrote about various matters to Caluinus 1.: Alcuin.Ep  209
 Alcuin 1.letter to Caluinus 1 and Dodo 1 urging them to encourage Eanbald 2: Alcuin 1 wrote to Caluinus 1 and Dodo 1 bidding them urge Eanbald 2 to remain faithful.: Alcuin.Ep  233
 Alcuin 1.letter to Charlemagne 1 asking permission for books from Britain: Alcuin 1 asked permission of Charlemagne 1 for boys to be sent to Britain to obtain books for Tours.: Alcuin.Ep  121
 Alcuin 1.letter to Charlemagne 1 commending various friends: For the comfort of Æthelheard 13 and his friends, Ceolmund 2 and Torhtmund 1, Alcuin 1 wrote to Charlemagne 1.: Alcuin.Ep  232
 Alcuin 1.letter to Colchu 1 with news and alms: Alcuin 1 sent a letter to Colchu 1 about current events and alms.: Alcuin.Ep  7
 Alcuin 1.letter to Cuthrad 1 expressing pleasure at his surviving pagan attack: Alcuin 1 observed that Cuthrad 1 had been spared when he fell into the hands of the pagans (Anonymi 1862), and gave him advice.: Alcuin.Ep  22
 Alcuin 1.letter to Cyneberht 8 asking to be remembered and encouraging him to preach: Alcuin 1 asked Cyneberht 8 and his monks (Anonymi 1924) to remember him and encouraged Cyneberht 8 to preach.: Alcuin.Ep  189
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eada 2 thanking him for his gifts: Alcuin 1 thanked Eada 2 for his gifts.: Alcuin.Ep  53
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eanbald 1 urging non-interference in election of successor: Alcuin 1 expressed joy that Eanbald 1 was well; he explained why he had not visited and urged Eanbald 1 not to interfere in the choice of his successor.: Alcuin.Ep  44
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eanbald 2 giving him advice on his becoming archbishop: Alcuin 1 sent advice of various kinds to Eanbald 2 on his becoming archbishop.: Alcuin.Ep  114
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eanbald 2 on various matters: Alcuin 1 wrote about various matters to Eanbald 2.: Alcuin.Ep  226
 Alcuin 1.letter to George 3, patriarch of Jerusalem, in which Eanbald 2 is mentioned: Alcuin 1 wrote to congratulate George 3 on his election to the patriarchate of Jerusalem.: Alcuin.Ep  210
 Alcuin 1.letter to Hygebald 3 expressing affection and exhorting him to pursue his duties: Alcuin 1 expressed his love for Hygebald 3 and exhorted him to pursue his duties.: Alcuin.Ep  285
 Alcuin 1.letter to Hygebald 3 expressing pleasure at his affection and offering advice: Alcuin 1 expressed pleasure at Hygebald 3's affection for him and offered him advice as to how a bishop should behave.: Alcuin.Ep  124
 Alcuin 1.letter to Hygebald 3 requesting prayers and reporting about Candidus 2: Alcuin 1 asked for the prayers of Hygebald 3 and his monks (Anonymi 1871), and reported on Candidus 2.: Alcuin.Ep  24
 Alcuin 1.letter to King Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 in a letter to King Æthelred 7 prophesizes a disaster for York.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.99.5-6
 Alcuin 1.letter to Leo 1 seeking renewal of his spiritual kinship and York’s metropolitan status: Alcuin 1 requested that Leo 1 renew the memory of his spiritual adoption of Alcuin 1 and asked him to grant the request of delegates from York (Anonymi 1913) for the pallium.: Alcuin.Ep  125
 Alcuin 1.letter to Oduin 1 about meaning of order of baptism: Alcuin 1 wrote to Oduin 1 to explain the order of baptism.: Alcuin.Ep  134
 Alcuin 1.letter to Offa 7: In this letter Alcuin 1 said that any archbishop has to be ordained by another archbishop and the pope had to send him the pallium.: Bishops.Ep  p. 560
 Alcuin 1.letter to Offa 7 commending a pupil (Anonymous 741) to him: Alcuin 1 wrote to Offa 7 commending a pupil (Anonymous 741) to him.: Alcuin.Ep  64
 Alcuin 1.letter to Offa 7 explaining why he was not returning to England: Alcuin 1 explained to Offa 7 why he was not returning to England, and sent greetings.: Alcuin.Ep  101
 Alcuin 1.letter to Offa 7 requesting that he help Anonymous 740: Alcuin 1 wrote to Offa 7 about the situation of Anonymous 740.: Alcuin.Ep  63
 Alcuin 1.letter to Sigewulf 2 with Alcuin 1’s treatise on the book of Genesis: Alcuin 1 sent Sigewulf 2 a treatise on the book of Genesis.: Alcuin.Ep  80
 Alcuin 1.letter to bishops of Britain (Anonymi 1895) seeking their prayers: Alcuin 1 asked to be accepted as a son and to be prayed for.: Alcuin.Ep  104
 Alcuin 1.letter to monks of Monkwearmouth and Jarrow (Anonymi 1868): Alcuin 1 urged the monks of Wearmouth and Jarrow (Anonymi 1868) to keep to the monastic rule and put their hope in God rather than in arms.: Alcuin.Ep  19
 Alcuin 1.letter to monks of York (Anonymi 1879) acknowledging their letter to him: Alcuin 1 acknowledged the letter sent by the monks of York (Anonymi 1879) and made excuses as to why he had not sent Eanbald 2 back to them nor responded to their request.: Alcuin.Ep  43
 Alcuin 1.letter to unnamed brethren and sons urging harmony with their holy father: Alcuin 1 wrote to unnamed brethren and sons (Anonymi 1880) urging harmony.: Alcuin.Ep  47
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelberht 10: Alcuin 1 wrote a letter to Æthelberht 10 and his congregation.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.117.4
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelberht 10 seeking prayers and urging that teaching be undertaken: Alcuin 1 sought prayers and urged teaching to be undertaken at St Andrew's.: Alcuin.Ep  31
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelburg 8 encouraging fulfilment of her promise to live chastely: Alcuin 1 encouraged Æthelburg 8 to live a life of virginity and gave her counsel.: Alcuin.Ep  36
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelburg 8 recording his horror about his country: Alcuin 1 expressed his horror about his country.: Alcuin.Ep  102
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 about his leaving his see: Alcuin 1 wrote giving Æthelheard 13 advice as to what he should do, having left his see.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 about his return to England and status of archiepiscopal see: Alcuin 1 wrote to Æthelheard 13 to express his pleasure at the latter's safe return home and the restoration of his see to its former primacy.: Alcuin.Ep  255
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 encouraging him to fulfil his pastoral duties: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Æthelheard 13 to fulfil his pastoral duties.: Alcuin.Ep  311
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 giving advice before he travelled: Alcuin 1 commented on Æthelheard 13's proposed trip.: Alcuin.Ep  230
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 outlining archiepiscopal responsibilities: Alcuin 1 outlined Æthelheard 13's responsibilities as archbishop.: Alcuin.Ep  17
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 urging him to stop the pagan practices of others: Alcuin 1 wrote to Æthelheard 13 urging him to stop the pagan practices that Alcuin 1 had seen.: Alcuin.Ep  290
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelthida 1 expressing thanks, affection and religious advice: Alcuin 1 expressed his thanks for Æthelthida 1's gifts and declared his affection for her. He provided her with spiritual advice.: Alcuin.Ep  79
 Alcuin 1.letter urging Dodo 1 to give up his ways and follow a moral way of life: Alcuin 1 urged Dodo 1 to give up his ways and follow a moral path.: Alcuin.Ep  65
 Alcuin 1.letters from Anonymi 1923: Alcuin 1 declared that he did not read letters from Anonymi 1923 from across the sea with as much pleasure as those from Arno 1 across the Alps.: Alcuin.Ep  186
 Alcuin 1.letters referring to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes: Alcuin 1 in his letters to bishop Hygebald 3 and king Æthelred 7 alluded to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.127-8
 Alcuin 1.letters to and from Felix 4 and Elipant 1: Alcuin 1 wrote letters to Felix 4 and Elipant 1 and received letters from them concerning the Adoptionist heresy.: Anon.VitAlcuini  10
 Alcuin 1.second letter of advice to Eanbald 2: Alcuin 1 urged Eanbald 2 to reread his letters and not be corrupted by others.: Alcuin.Ep  115
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
 Alcuin 1.third letter of advice to Eanbald 2: Alcuin 1 urged Eanbald 2 to be true to his title.: Alcuin.Ep  116
 Alcuin 1.visit to Monkwearmouth: Alcuin 1 visited Monkwearmouth.: Alcuin.Ep  284
 Candidus 2.report to Alcuin 1 of good fortune of Anonymous 735: Candidus 2 came to Alcuin 1 and reported the good fortune of the recipient of the present letter (Anonymous 735).: Alcuin.Ep  41
 Charlemagne 1.prior contact with Alcuin 1: Charlemagne 1 had been directed to Alcuin 1 by his master (Anonymous 182).: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Eanbald 2.enquiry to Alcuin 1 concerning missal: Eanbald 2 made enquiries of Alcuin 1 about the missal, to which the latter responded.: Alcuin.Ep  226
 Æthelheard 13.letter to Alcuin 1 requesting hospitality and reporting Eanbald 2’s plight: Æthelheard 13 had written to Alcuin 1 asking for hospitality and had made known to Alcuin 1 Eanbald 2's troubles.: Alcuin.Ep  232
Council-meeting, ecclesiastical (3)
 Alcuin 1.recommendation that Æthelheard 13 preach in a general synod: Alcuin 1 recommended that Æthelheard 13 preach in all places and before all the bishops in a general synod.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Charlemagne 1.convening of a synod to debate the Adoptionist heresy: Charlemagne 1 convened a synod of bishops (Anonymi 517) to debate the Adoptionist heresy. The heresy was refuted.: Anon.VitAlcuini  10
 George 1.adoption of his decrees at Mercian council: George 1 attended a Mercian council with Alcuin 1 and Pyttel 1, where the decrees were read out and adopted, and the document ratified with a cross.: George.Ep  pp. 28-9 (786)
Crime (1)
 Anonymi 527.fraudulent tampering with wine vats: Some of bearers of the wine (Anonymi 527) had mixed sand with water in the wine vats, as was subsequently proved.: Anon.VitAlcuini  17
Death/dying (10)
 Alcuin 1.burial: Here rests the lord abbot Alcuin 1 of blessed memory who departed in peace on 19 May.: Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
 Alcuin 1.death: Here rests the lord abbot Alcuin 1 of blessed memory who departed in peace on 19 May.: Alcuin.Epitaph.123  Prose note
 Alcuin 1.his requests to Christ that he die on the Day of Pentecost: Alcuin 1 asked that he die on the Day of Pentecost.: Anon.VitAlcuini  24
 Alcuin 1.letter of consolation to Anonymous 752 on the death of her son: Alcuin 1 wrote Anonymous 752 a letter of consolation on the death of a son (Anonymous 753).: Alcuin.Ep  106
 Alcuin 1.letter of consolation to Æthelthida 1 on the death of her son: Alcuin 1 wrote to console Æthelthida 1 after the death of her son [sc. Æthelred 7]..: Alcuin.Ep  105
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 736 mentioning other communications and Basilius 1’s death: Alcuin 1 mentioned he had sent other communications to Anonymous 736 and reported the death of Basilius 1.: Alcuin.Ep  45
 Alcuin 1.prophecy concerning Osulf 1: Alcuin 1 predicted that Osulf 1 would die neither in that area nor where he was born.: Anon.VitAlcuini  12
 Anonymi 1905.death of kings: The death of kings (Anonymi 1905) was interpreted by Alcuin 1 as a sign of misery.: Alcuin.Ep  116
 Anonymous 375.death: Anonymous 375 died before midday, his death having been foretold to Anonymous 374 in a vision.: Alcuin.VersEubor  1630-4
 Ecgfrith 7.death: Ecgfrith 7 lived only a short time after his father [sc. Offa 7].: Alcuin.Ep  123
Decision-making (1)
 Anonymi 533.behaviour: Anonymi 533 were careful lest anything reprehensible be seen in their behaviour by Alcuin 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  23
Desertion, of see (1)
 Alcuin 1.recommendation to people of Kent (Anonymi 1919) that Æthelheard 13 be recalled: Alcuin 1 recommended to the people of Kent (Anonymi 1919) that Æthelheard 13 be recalled if this seemed good to them.: Alcuin.Ep  129
Diocese-visiting (1)
 Alcuin 1.visit to Lindisfarne: Alcuin 1 had visited Hygebald 3 and the congregation of the church of Lindisfarne (Anonymi 1871).: Alcuin.Ep  20
Disputing/dispute-settling (1)
 Charlemagne 1.dispute with Offa 7: There was dissension between former friends [sc. Charlemagne 1 and Offa 7].: Alcuin.Ep  9
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (6)
 Alcuin 1.mystic vision of the precincts encircled by blood: Alcuin 1 had a vision of the precincts encircled by blood.: Anon.VitAlcuini  7
 Alcuin 1.night vision of foul spirits because of his preference for Virgil over the Psalms: On account of his preference for Virgil over the Psalms, Alcuin 1 had a vision of foul spirits.: Anon.VitAlcuini  2
 Alcuin 1.night vision of the Devil: Alcuin 1 when drowsy one night had a vision of the Devil.: Anon.VitAlcuini  22
 Alcuin 1.reading of the Gospel of John before Æthelberht 8 and his fellow students (Anonymi 514): Alcuin 1 was reading John 13:23 - 18:1 before Æthelberht 8 and Anonymi 514 when he had a vision.: Anon.VitAlcuini  7
 Anonymous 374.vision of death of a brother (Anonymous 375): Anonymous 374 told Alcuin 1 of a vision which foretold the death of a brother (Anonymous 375).: Alcuin.VersEubor  1619-32
 Raganard 1.vision concerning Osulf 1: Raganard 1 had a dreadful vision while asleep.: Anon.VitAlcuini  12
Drinking (2)
 Alcuin 1.instructions to Raganard 1 to drink wine.: Alcuin 1 had instructed Raganard 1 to drink wine.: Anon.VitAlcuini  12
 Anonymi 527.fraudulent tampering with wine vats: Some of bearers of the wine (Anonymi 527) had mixed sand with water in the wine vats, as was subsequently proved.: Anon.VitAlcuini  17
Education/teaching (14)
 Alcuin 1.education of Anonymous 779: Alcuin 1 had educated Anonymous 779.: Alcuin.Ep  295
 Alcuin 1.education of Eanbald 2: Alcuin 1 nourished, educated and brought to perfect manhood [Eanbald 2].: Alcuin.Ep  209 (p. 347 lines 35-6)
 Alcuin 1.education of Oduin 1 to become a priest and understand office of baptism: Alcuin 1 had laboured so that Oduin 1 could become a priest and had taught him about baptism.: Alcuin.Ep  134
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to monks of York (Anonymi 1879), recalling his past education: Recalling his education with the monks of the church of York (Anonymi 1879), Alcuin 1 urged upon them various precepts.: Alcuin.Ep  42
 Alcuin 1.letter to Oduin 1 about meaning of order of baptism: Alcuin 1 wrote to Oduin 1 to explain the order of baptism.: Alcuin.Ep  134
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelberht 10 seeking prayers and urging that teaching be undertaken: Alcuin 1 sought prayers and urged teaching to be undertaken at St Andrew's.: Alcuin.Ep  31
 Alcuin 1.recommendation that Æthelheard 13 encourage practice of reading in church: Alcuin 1 recommended that Æthelheard 13 bring a zeal for reading into the church of God.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Alcuin 1.teaching in Britain and subsequently in Francia: When young, Alcuin 1 taught in Britain and in old age in Francia.: Alcuin.Ep  121
 Alcuin 1.teaching of Charlemagne 1: Alcuin 1 instructed Charlemagne 1 in the liberal arts and the Divine scriptures.: Anon.VitAlcuini  15
 Alcuin 1.teaching of many in Britain and not a few in Francia: Alcuin 1 taught many in Britain and not a few afterwards in Francia (Anonymi 515).: Anon.VitAlcuini  8
 Eanbald 2-Anonymous 804.journey across sea to Alcuin 1: Eanbald 2 and Anonymous 799 had travelled together across the sea successfully to Eanbald 2's teacher [sc. Alcuin 1].: Eanbald.Ep.46    ( x 795)
 Sigulf 2.education of others in matters Virgilian contrary to the instruction of Alcuin 1: Against the instruction of Alcuin 1, Sigulf 2 secretly made Adalbert 2 and Aldric 1 read Virgil.: Anon.VitAlcuini  16
 Æthelberht 8.comments to Alcuin 1: Alcuin 1's teacher [sc. Æthelberht 8] frequently used to say to him that the wisest men were those who had found the philosophic arts in the natures of things.: Alcuin.Ep  148 (p. 239 lines 28-9)
 Æthelberht 8.instruction of Alcuin 1: Æthelberht 8 taught Alcuin 1 when he was young.: Alcuin.Carm.2  5-6
Election of bishop (1)
 Alcuin 1.letter counselling Anonymi 1879 to act properly in the election of an archbishop: Alcuin 1 counselled Anonymi 1879 to act properly in the election of an archbishop.: Alcuin.Ep  48
Embassy (3)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Leo 1 seeking renewal of his spiritual kinship and York’s metropolitan status: Alcuin 1 requested that Leo 1 renew the memory of his spiritual adoption of Alcuin 1 and asked him to grant the request of delegates from York (Anonymi 1913) for the pallium.: Alcuin.Ep  125
 Anonymi 2046.planned embassy to [England]: Eanbald 2 asked for three horses so that Anonymous 804 might more easily come to the fatherland [sc. England] with the embassy (Anonymi 2046) of Alcuin 1 and Eanbald 2.: Eanbald.Ep.46    (795 x ?)
 Charlemagne 1.sending Alcuin 1 and others to the Pope: Charlemagne 1 sent his envoys to the apostolic see to inquire whether the king of the Lombards had restored the stolen cities. Among the envoys there was Alcuin 1, the king's favourite.: LiberPontificalis  vol. I, p. 494, lines 11-13: Hadrian I, 26
Enquiry (6)
 Alcuin 1.letter of enquiry and of greetings, especially to Willehad 1: Alcuin 1 sent greetings and enquired about the Saxons and neighbouring peoples.: Alcuin.Ep  6
 Alcuin 1.letter of enquiry, expressing affection for Adalhard 1: Alcuin 1 expressed affection for Adalhard 1 and made various enquiries.: Alcuin.Ep  9
 Alcuin 1.letter of greetings with various requests to Joseph 2: Greetings, enquiries and requests from Alcuin 1 to Joseph 2.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Charlemagne 1.sending Alcuin 1 and others to the Pope: Charlemagne 1 sent his envoys to the apostolic see to inquire whether the king of the Lombards had restored the stolen cities. Among the envoys there was Alcuin 1, the king's favourite.: LiberPontificalis  vol. I, p. 494, lines 11-13: Hadrian I, 26
 Eanbald 2.enquiry to Alcuin 1 concerning missal: Eanbald 2 made enquiries of Alcuin 1 about the missal, to which the latter responded.: Alcuin.Ep  226
 Æthelheard 13.consultation with Alcuin 1 about his leaving his see: Through Anonymous 759 Æthelheard 13 had asked Alcuin 1 what he thought about his leaving his see.: Alcuin.Ep  128
Episcopal see, acquisition/institution/division/merge (2)
 Alcuin 1.communication with Anonymous 766 through Anonymous 767: Alcuin 1 had sent back word through Anonymous 767 to Anonymous 766 about the latter's loss of his see.: Alcuin.Ep  256
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 766 expressing pleasure at his return to his former see: Alcuin 1 wrote expressing pleasure at the good health and return to his former see of Anonymous 766.: Alcuin.Ep  256
Fostering (1)
 Alcuin 1.education of Eanbald 2: Alcuin 1 nourished, educated and brought to perfect manhood [Eanbald 2].: Alcuin.Ep  209 (p. 347 lines 35-6)
Friendship-making (5)
 Alcuin 1.friendship of his pupils for him: Those of Alcuin 1's pupils who showed friendship towards him were enumerated. They were careful that they did not do anything reprehensible before him because they feared that their deeds could not be: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Alcuin 1.letter of spiritual advice to Manna 1 and Hereberht 4: Alcuin 1 sent spiritual advice to two friends, Manna 1 and Hereberht 4.: Alcuin.Ep  38
 Alcuin 1.letter to Charlemagne 1 commending various friends: For the comfort of Æthelheard 13 and his friends, Ceolmund 2 and Torhtmund 1, Alcuin 1 wrote to Charlemagne 1.: Alcuin.Ep  232
 Benedict 4.friendship with Alcuin 1: Benedict 4 was joined to Alcuin 1 in ties of intimacy above all the monks.: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Sigulf 2.association with Alcuin 1: At that time Sigulf 2 associated with Alcuin 1 and stayed with him.: Anon.VitAlcuini  8
Grant and Gift (34)
 Alcuin 1.acknowledgement of letter and gifts from Anonymous 766: Alcuin 1 expressed his pleasure at receiving a letter and very pleasing gifts from Anonymous 766.: Alcuin.Ep  256
 Alcuin 1.gift of Alcuin 1.LibGen to Charlemagne 1: Alcuin 1 offered his Liber generationis to Charlemagne 1.: Alcuin.LibGen  Carm.71.2.1-2
 Alcuin 1.gift of oil and alms from various sources: Record of gift of oil and alms.: Alcuin.Ep  7
 Alcuin 1.gift of saddle to Æthelheard 13: Alcuin 1 sent a saddle to Æthelheard 13.: Alcuin.Ep  230
 Alcuin 1.gift of silk mantle for body of Ninian 1: Alcuin 1 sent a silk mantle for the body of Ninian 1.: Alcuin.Ep  273
 Alcuin 1.gift of wine to the brothers of Cormery (Anonymi 525): Alcuin 1 ordered that wine be given to the brothers of Cormery (Anonymi 525): Anon.VitAlcuini  17
 Alcuin 1.gift to Æthelheard 13 of pall and piece of clothing: Alcuin 1 gave out of love a pall soaked in gum and a piece of clothing to Æthelheard 13.: Alcuin.Ep  255
 Alcuin 1.gifts to Eanbald 2 and others: Alcuin 1 sent various gifts to Eanbald 2 and others.: Alcuin.Ep  226
 Alcuin 1.gifts to Æthelheard 13: Alcuin 1 sent various gifts to Æthelheard 13.: Alcuin.Ep  311 (802 x 804)
 Alcuin 1.handed over to the church: When Alcuin 1 had been weaned, he was handed over to the church.: Anon.VitAlcuini  1
 Alcuin 1.letter of encouragement to Anonymous 770 with thanks for his gifts: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Anonymous 770 in his Christian labours and thanked him for his gifts.: Alcuin.Ep  288
 Alcuin 1.letter to Eada 2 thanking him for his gifts: Alcuin 1 thanked Eada 2 for his gifts.: Alcuin.Ep  53
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelthida 1 expressing thanks, affection and religious advice: Alcuin 1 expressed his thanks for Æthelthida 1's gifts and declared his affection for her. He provided her with spiritual advice.: Alcuin.Ep  79
 Alcuin 1.request to Uinter 1 to send wine: Alcuin 1 asked Uinter 1 to send wine to Joseph 2.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Alcuin 1.sending gifts to Æthelheard 13: a silver cup, a piece of silk fabric, a goat-hair garment and a linen undergarment : Alcuin.Ep  311
 Alcuin 1.sending money to Joseph 2: five pounds of silver: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Alcuin 1.sending pallium for Boniface 5's body: silken pallium adorned with crosses sent by Alcuin 1 for the body of St Boniface 5: Alcuin.Ep  250 (p. 405 line 33)
 Alcuin.gift of book to Charlemagne: Alcuin 1 offered his Liber generationis to Charlemagne 1.: Alcuin.LibGen  Carm.71.2.1-2
 Anonymous 759.return to Alcuin 1 from Æthelheard 13: Anonymous 759 reported the words of Æthelheard 13 and brought gifts to Alcuin 1.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Archbishop.sending gifts to Alcuin 1: gifts: Alcuin.Ep  288
 Benedict 4.granting plants Alcuin 1: Medicinal plants: Alcuin.Ep  56
 Charlemagne 1.despatch and subsequent withdrawal of gifts to Æthelred 7 and his bishoprics: Charlemagne 1 sent gifts to Æthelred 7 and his bishoprics, but subsequently withdrew them.: Alcuin.Ep  101
 Charlemagne 1.dispersal of the secular burdens of Alcuin 1 to Anonymi 518: Charlemagne 1 most willingly divided the secular burdens of Alcuin 1 amongst his pupils (Anonymi 518) as Alcuin 1 had requested.: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Charlemagne 1.gift of two monasteria to Alcuin 1: Charlemagne 1 gave two monasteria to Alcuin 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Eada 2.sending gifts to Alcuin 1: Great gifts: Alcuin.Ep  53
 Hundruda 1.sending gifts to Alcuin 1: small gifts: Alcuin.Ep  62
 Joseph 2.giving money to Alcuin 1: Five further pounds of silver, triple-ply goat-hair and wool garments: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Joseph 2.sending goods to Alcuin 1: Wine, mutton and a pounds of silver: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Joseph 2.sending zodiac chart to Alcuin 1: outline of certain calculations of the course of the sun and the moon through the zodiac: Alcuin.Ep  171 (p. 282 lines 22-3)
 Sister.sending gifts to Alcuin 1: small gifts: Alcuin.Ep  103 (796?)
 Uinter 1.sending wine to Alcuin 1: Two cartloads of the best wine.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Æthelburg 8.sending gifts to Alcuin 1: gifts: Alcuin.Ep  300
 Æthelheard 13.sending gifts to Alcuin 1: small gifts: Alcuin.Ep  128 (p. 189 line 21)
 Æthelthida 1.sending gifts to Alcuin 1: gifts: Alcuin.Ep  79
Healing (3)
 Alcuin 1.healing of many infirm persons (Anonymi 532) through his blessing: Quite often many infirm persons (Anonymi 532) coming to Alcuin 1, having received in faith his blessing, regained bodily health.: Anon.VitAlcuini  20
 Anonymous 189.regaining of his sight from water in which Alcuin 1 had washed: A blind man (Anonymous 189) regained his sight when he washed his eyes with water Alcuin 1 had used to wash his face and eyes.: Anon.VitAlcuini  20
 Sigulf 2.healing of a headache through the comb of Alcuin 1: Sigulf 2 healed his headache by combing his hair with the comb belonging to Alcuin 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  28
Heresy-allegations/condemnations (2)
 Alcuin 1.letters to and from Felix 4 and Elipant 1: Alcuin 1 wrote letters to Felix 4 and Elipant 1 and received letters from them concerning the Adoptionist heresy.: Anon.VitAlcuini  10
 Charlemagne 1.convening of a synod to debate the Adoptionist heresy: Charlemagne 1 convened a synod of bishops (Anonymi 517) to debate the Adoptionist heresy. The heresy was refuted.: Anon.VitAlcuini  10
Horse-using/giving/acquisition/riding (3)
 Anonymi 2046.planned embassy to [England]: Eanbald 2 asked for three horses so that Anonymous 804 might more easily come to the fatherland [sc. England] with the embassy (Anonymi 2046) of Alcuin 1 and Eanbald 2.: Eanbald.Ep.46    (795 x ?)
 Eanbald 2.request to Eanbald 1 about three horses: Eanbald 2 asked Eanbald 1 that three horses he had entrusted to him he should send back with the bearer of this letter (Anonymous 804).: Eanbald.Ep.46   
 Joseph 2.sending goods to Alcuin 1: A pound of silver and a young horse: Alcuin.Ep  8
Hospitality (2)
 Charlemagne 1.reception of Alcuin 1: Charlemagne 1 received [Alcuin 1] coming from Britain.: Alcuin.Inscrip.108.3  Line 3
 Æthelheard 13.letter to Alcuin 1 requesting hospitality and reporting Eanbald 2’s plight: Æthelheard 13 had written to Alcuin 1 asking for hospitality and had made known to Alcuin 1 Eanbald 2's troubles.: Alcuin.Ep  232
Hostility (1)
 Anonymi 528.xenophic behaviour: Certain brothers from Tours (Anonymi 528) expressed hostility towards Aigulf 1 and Alcuin 1 because of their ethnic identity.: Anon.VitAlcuini  18
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (1)
 Alcuin 1.letter of commiseration and best wishes to Joseph 2: Alcuin 1 wrote Joseph 2 a letter when the latter was ill.: Alcuin.Ep  14
Interrogation (1)
 Anonymi 1864-Anonymi 1866.dress, hair-style and behaviour: Alcuin 1 questioned why the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1864) and principes (Anonymi 1866) adopted pagan hair- and beard-styles and dressed luxuriously.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (pp. 43-4)
Introduction (4)
 Alcuin 1.letter of commendation for Fordrad 1: Alcuin 1 commended Fordrad 1 to his friends (Anonymi 1860).: Alcuin.Ep  12
 Alcuin 1.letter to Charlemagne 1 commending various friends: Alcuin 1 commended various friends of his to Charlemagne 1.: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Alcuin 1.letter to Offa 7 commending a pupil (Anonymous 741) to him: Alcuin 1 wrote to Offa 7 commending a pupil (Anonymous 741) to him.: Alcuin.Ep  64
 Charlemagne 1.prior contact with Alcuin 1: Charlemagne 1 had been directed to Alcuin 1 by his master (Anonymous 182).: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
Journey (20)
 Alcuin 1.despatch of Anonymous 741 to Offa 7: Alcuin 1 sent Anonymous 741 to Offa 7.: Alcuin.Ep  64
 Alcuin 1.journey to Charlemagne 1: Alcuin 1 came to Charlemagne 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Alcuin 1.journey to Rome: Alcuin 1 went to Rome as a young man and tarried for some days in the royal city, Pavia.: Alcuin.Ep  172
 Alcuin 1.letter to Charlemagne 1 asking permission for books from Britain: Alcuin 1 asked permission of Charlemagne 1 for boys to be sent to Britain to obtain books for Tours.: Alcuin.Ep  121
 Alcuin 1.obtaining of the pallium in Rome for Eanbald 1: On the orders of Eanbald 1 to seek the pallium for him from the pope (Anonymous 181), Alcuin 1 went to Rome and then returned having received it.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Alcuin 1.request to Charlemagne 1 to return to his fatherland: Alcuin 1 requested of Charlemagne 1 that he might return to his fatherland, to which the latter eventually consented.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Alcuin 1.request to Gisla 1 for her prayers for safe return: Alcuin 1 asked Gisla 1 for her prayers for his safe return by sea.: Alcuin.Ep  15
 Alcuin 1.return from trip to England: Albinus [sc. Alcuin 1] had come saved from the cruel waves, with poems written abroad.: Alcuin.Carm.32  1-3 (786 x 793)
 Alcuin 1.second return to Charlemagne 1: Alcuin 1 returned to Charlemagne 1 for a second time.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Anonymi 2046.planned embassy to [England]: Eanbald 2 asked for three horses so that Anonymous 804 might more easily come to the fatherland [sc. England] with the embassy (Anonymi 2046) of Alcuin 1 and Eanbald 2.: Eanbald.Ep.46    (795 x ?)
 Anonymous 191.journey to Italy from Tours and back: Anonymous 191 visited Anonymous 190 in Italy and subsequently returned to Tours.: Anon.VitAlcuini  27
 Anonymous 759.return to Alcuin 1 from Æthelheard 13: Anonymous 759 reported the words of Æthelheard 13 and brought gifts to Alcuin 1.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Candidus 2.return to Hygebald 3: Candidus 2 returned to Hygebald 3 at Alcuin 1's behest.: Alcuin.Ep  24
 Charlemagne 1.reception of Alcuin 1: Charlemagne 1 received [Alcuin 1] coming from Britain.: Alcuin.Inscrip.108.3  Line 3
 Eanbald 2-Anonymous 804.journey across sea to Alcuin 1: Eanbald 2 and Anonymous 799 had travelled together across the sea successfully to Eanbald 2's teacher [sc. Alcuin 1].: Eanbald.Ep.46    ( x 795)
 Eanbald 2.journey to Alcuin 1 with a letter from the monks of York (Anonymi 1879): Eanbald 2 had come to Alcuin 1 bearing a letter from the monks of York (Anonymi 1879).: Alcuin.Ep  43 (p. 87 line 1 and see also p. 88 line 35 - p. 89 line 1)
 Æthelberht 8-Alcuin 1.journeys to Rome and Francia: Æthelberht 8 went to Rome and also to the kingdoms of the Franks, accompanied by Alcuin 1.: Alcuin.Carm.2  7-12
 Æthelberht 8.journey to Rome and kingdoms of the Franks: He [sc. Æthelberht 8] sought the city of Rome and the kingdoms of the Franks.: Alcuin.Epitaph.2  Lines 9-10
 Æthelburg 8.abortive journey: Æthelburg 8 was not able to complete the journey she had begun.: Alcuin.Ep  300
 Æthelheard 13.successful journey to Rome and back to England: As he explained in a letter to Alcuin 1, Æthelheard 13 had a successful journey and return to England: Alcuin.Ep  255
Killing/murder (2)
 Anonymi 1205.sack of Lindisfarne: Anonymi 1205 despoiled tombs. Anonymi 1206 were killed by the sword.: Alcuin.Carm.9  194-212
 Æthelred 7.killing: Æthelred 7 was killed.: Alcuin.Ep  101
Law-making/legislation (1)
 George 1.adoption of his decrees at Mercian council: George 1 attended a Mercian council with Alcuin 1 and Pyttel 1, where the decrees were read out and adopted, and the document ratified with a cross.: George.Ep  pp. 28-9 (786)
Life - orally recounted (2)
 Cuthbert 1.accomplishments through prayer: What great things he [sc. Cuthbert 1] accomplished through his prayers is not necessary for [Alcuin 1] to tell of in his verses.: Alcuin.Carm.9  173-4
 Sigulf 2.recounting of the life of Alcuin 1 to Anonymous 176: Sigulf 2 had recounted the life of Alcuin 1 to Anonymous 176.: Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.184.4-5, 185.8
Liturgical celebration (2)
 Alcuin 1.attendance at church: When Alcuin 1 was still very small, during daylight he often attended church with others during the canonical hours, but rarely at night-time.: Anon.VitAlcuini  2
 Alcuin 1.celebration of the mass: Alcuin 1 celebrated mass with diligence and reverence.: Anon.VitAlcuini  23
Medical treatment/sick-care/cautery (1)
 Benedict 4.granting plants Alcuin 1: Medicinal plants: Alcuin.Ep  56
Meeting (3)
 Alcuin 1.finding of a wandering monk (Anonymous 742) and providing him with a home: Alcuin 1 had found a wandering monk (Anonymous 742) whom he had placed in a [monastic] house.: Alcuin.Ep  70
 Alcuin 1.meeting with Charlemagne 1 in Parma: Alcuin 1 encountered Charlemagne 1 in Parma.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Æthelheard 13.meeting with Eanbald 2: Æthelheard 13 met with Eanbald 2.: Alcuin.Ep  230
Message-sending (4)
 Alcuin 1.acknowledgment of message of Anonymous 771 through Anonymous 772: Alcuin 1 directed Anonymous 772 to acknowledge for him the message of Anonymous 771.: Alcuin.Ep  291
 Alcuin 1.awareness of an unannounced visit of Benedict 4: Alcuin 1 sent a messenger (Anonymous 186) to meet Benedict 4 when the latter was making an unannounced visit to him.: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Anonymous 774.message brought from Anonymous 773 to Alcuin 1: Anonymous 774 brought a message from Anonymous 773 to Alcuin 1.: Alcuin.Ep  292
 Eanbald 2.journey to Alcuin 1 with a letter from the monks of York (Anonymi 1879): Eanbald 2 had come to Alcuin 1 bearing a letter from the monks of York (Anonymi 1879).: Alcuin.Ep  43 (p. 87 line 1 and see also p. 88 line 35 - p. 89 line 1)
Miracle (2)
 Alcuin 1.experience of bloody rain in York: Alcuin 1 and the recipients of his letter (Æthelred 7 and Anonymi 1861) experienced bloody rain in York.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 43)
 Alcuin 1.miracle of the staunching of the flames at St Martin’s: A fire in the sacristy at St Martin's was staunched when Alcuin 1 prayed at the tomb of St Martin.: Anon.VitAlcuini  19
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (10)
 Alcuin 1.announcement of his retirement: Alcuin 1 was almost freed from external secular business.: Alcuin.Ep  253
 Alcuin 1.conduct of his life at Tours: In the end the life of Alcuin 1 at Tours was not inferior to the monastic life.: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Alcuin 1.finding of a wandering monk (Anonymous 742) and providing him with a home: Alcuin 1 had found a wandering monk (Anonymous 742) whom he had placed in a [monastic] house.: Alcuin.Ep  70
 Alcuin 1.first letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 had written to urge Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to leave secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
 Alcuin 1.handed over to the church: When Alcuin 1 had been weaned, he was handed over to the church.: Anon.VitAlcuini  1
 Alcuin 1.letter of exhortation to Anonymi 1962: Alcuin 1 urged Anonymi 1962 to persevere in the monastic life.: Alcuin.Ep  287
 Alcuin 1.letter to Abbot Wulfheard 5 requesting that he accept a wandering monk (Anonymous 742): Alcuin 1 asked Wulfheard 5 to accept a monk (Anonymous 742) whom Alcuin 1 had found.: Alcuin.Ep  70
 Alcuin 1.request for permission to retire addressed to Charlemagne 1: Alcuin 1 indicated that he wished to retire from the secular world.: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
 Anonymi 1958.institution of monastic life at Monkwearmouth: Alcuin 1 praised Anonymi 1983 for following the ways established by Anonymi 1958.: Alcuin.Ep  284
Ordering (7)
 Alcuin 1.gift of wine to the brothers of Cormery (Anonymi 525): Alcuin 1 ordered that wine be given to the brothers of Cormery (Anonymi 525): Anon.VitAlcuini  17
 Alcuin 1.instructions to Raganard 1 to drink wine.: Alcuin 1 had instructed Raganard 1 to drink wine.: Anon.VitAlcuini  12
 Alcuin 1.mandate to Eanfrith 6 and Frotgoneg 1 to collect money: Alcuin 1 asked that Eanfrith 6 should send him the silver he had collected.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Alcuin 1.order to make reliquary: Alcuin 1 had ordered a reliquary to be made.: Alcuin.Inscrip.108.1  Lines 1-6
 Anonymous 176.composition of the Vita Alcuini at the request of Anonymous 177: Anonymous 176 was writing about Alcuin 1 on the orders of Anonymous 177.: Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.184.3-6, 185.4-10
 Anonymous 177.command to Anonymous 176 to write a Life of Alcuin 1: Anonymous 177 ordered Anonymous 176 to write a Life of Alcuin 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.184.4-6, 185.5-6
 Candidus 2.return to Hygebald 3: Candidus 2 returned to Hygebald 3 at Alcuin 1's behest.: Alcuin.Ep  24
Pagan practice (1)
 Anonymi 1864-Anonymi 1866.dress, hair-style and behaviour: Alcuin 1 questioned why the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1864) and principes (Anonymi 1866) adopted pagan hair- and beard-styles and dressed luxuriously.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (pp. 43-4)
Pagan temples, destruction (1)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 urging him to stop the pagan practices of others: Alcuin 1 wrote to Æthelheard 13 urging him to stop the pagan practices that Alcuin 1 had seen.: Alcuin.Ep  290
Pallium-despatch/receipt/request (4)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Leo 1 seeking renewal of his spiritual kinship and York’s metropolitan status: Alcuin 1 requested that Leo 1 renew the memory of his spiritual adoption of Alcuin 1 and asked him to grant the request of delegates from York (Anonymi 1913) for the pallium.: Alcuin.Ep  125
 Alcuin 1.letter to Offa 7: In this letter Alcuin 1 said that any archbishop has to be ordained by another archbishop and the pope had to send him the pallium.: Bishops.Ep  p. 560
 Alcuin 1.obtaining of the pallium in Rome for Eanbald 1: On the orders of Eanbald 1 to seek the pallium for him from the pope (Anonymous 181), Alcuin 1 went to Rome and then returned having received it.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Alcuin 1.sending pallium for Boniface 5's body: silken pallium adorned with crosses sent by Alcuin 1 for the body of St Boniface 5: Alcuin.Ep  250 (p. 405 line 33)
Pastoral activities/preaching (6)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 743 praising him for his preaching: Alcuin 1 praised Anonymous 743 for his preaching.: Alcuin.Ep  89
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 771 encouraging him in his zeal for preaching: Alcuin 1 encouraged Anonymous 771 in his zeal for preaching.: Alcuin.Ep  291
 Alcuin 1.letter to Cyneberht 8 asking to be remembered and encouraging him to preach: Alcuin 1 asked Cyneberht 8 and his monks (Anonymi 1924) to remember him and encouraged Cyneberht 8 to preach.: Alcuin.Ep  189
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 encouraging him to fulfil his pastoral duties: Alcuin 1 wrote to encourage Æthelheard 13 to fulfil his pastoral duties.: Alcuin.Ep  311
 Alcuin 1.recommendation that Æthelheard 13 encourage practice of reading in church: Alcuin 1 recommended that Æthelheard 13 bring a zeal for reading into the church of God.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Alcuin 1.recommendation that Æthelheard 13 preach in a general synod: Alcuin 1 recommended that Æthelheard 13 preach in all places and before all the bishops in a general synod.: Alcuin.Ep  128
Penance (2)
 Alcuin 1.contrition at his last period of Lent: Alcuin 1 washed himself of his sins with many groans.: Anon.VitAlcuini  25
 Alcuin 1.recommendation that Æthelheard 13 and Anonymi 1917 do penance: Alcuin 1 recommended penance for Æthelheard 13's leaving of his see.: Alcuin.Ep  128
Persecution (1)
 Anonymous 740.persecution at hands of his people: Anonymous 740 had suffered at the hands of his people.: Alcuin.Ep  63
Pilgrimage (3)
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice to Anonymous 768 about travel to Italy: Alcuin 1 gave general advice to companions of his pilgrimage abroad (Anonymous 768) about travel to Italy.: Alcuin.Ep  281
 Alcuin 1.visit to holy places: Alcuin 1 was visiting holy places when Eanbald 2 came to him.: Alcuin.Ep  43 (p. 88 line 35 - p. 89 line 1).
 Candidus 2.travel on pilgrimage to Alcuin 1: Candidus 2 came to Alcuin 1 on pilgrimage.: Alcuin.Ep  24
Poem-reciting/sending (7)
 Alcuin 1.appeal to his readers: Alcuin 1 appealed to the youth of York (Anonymi 1134) to keep reading his poem.: Alcuin.VersEubor  1408-12
 Alcuin 1.composition of Alcuin 1.VersEubor.: Alcuin 1 wrote about Ninian 1 in his poems sent to the scholars of the church of York (Anonymi 1952).: Alcuin.Ep  273
 Alcuin 1.composition of pastoral poetry: Alcuin 1 justified why he had written pastoral poetry in the style of Virgil.: Alcuin.Carm.59  11-14
 Alcuin 1.composition of poem for various Continental recipients: Alcuin 1 composed the present poem sent from Britain to the mouth of the Rhine, whence he hoped it would reach various named recipients.: Alcuin.Carm.4  1-81
 Alcuin 1.poetry addressed to Anonymi 1204: Alcuin 1 directed his poem to the brethren (Anonymi 1204).: Alcuin.Carm.9  137-8
 Alcuin 1.return from trip to England: Albinus [sc. Alcuin 1] had come saved from the cruel waves, with poems written abroad.: Alcuin.Carm.32  1-3 (786 x 793)
 Cuthbert 1.accomplishments through prayer: What great things he [sc. Cuthbert 1] accomplished through his prayers is not necessary for [Alcuin 1] to tell of in his verses.: Alcuin.Carm.9  173-4
Praying (10)
 Alcuin 1. prayer while at Tours: Alcuin 1 poured forth most secret prayer daily.: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Alcuin 1.letter to Arno 1 reporting death of Eanbald 1: Alcuin 1 asked Arno 1 to pray for the soul of Eanbald 1.: Alcuin.Ep  112
 Alcuin 1.letter to Hygebald 3 requesting prayers and reporting about Candidus 2: Alcuin 1 asked for the prayers of Hygebald 3 and his monks (Anonymi 1871), and reported on Candidus 2.: Alcuin.Ep  24
 Alcuin 1.letter to bishops of Britain (Anonymi 1895) seeking their prayers: Alcuin 1 asked to be accepted as a son and to be prayed for.: Alcuin.Ep  104
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelberht 10 seeking prayers and urging that teaching be undertaken: Alcuin 1 sought prayers and urged teaching to be undertaken at St Andrew's.: Alcuin.Ep  31
 Alcuin 1.prayer at the tomb of St Martin: At the request of Vetulus [i.e., Sigulf 2], Alcuin 1 prayed at the tomb of St Martin.: Anon.VitAlcuini  19
 Alcuin 1.request to Gisla 1 for her prayers for safe return: Alcuin 1 asked Gisla 1 for her prayers for his safe return by sea.: Alcuin.Ep  15
 Benedict 4.enquiries of Alcuin 1 concerning prayer: Benedict 4 asked Alcuin 1 to reveal to him the contents of Alcuin 1's special prayer that he prayed for himself.: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Cuthbert 1.accomplishments through prayer: What great things he [sc. Cuthbert 1] accomplished through his prayers is not necessary for [Alcuin 1] to tell of in his verses.: Alcuin.Carm.9  173-4
 Cuthrad 1.report by Buitta 1 to Alcuin 1 of his words: Buitta 1 reported to Alcuin 1 that Cuthrad 1 would remember Alcuin 1 in his prayers.: Alcuin.Ep  22
Prophecy (14)
 Alcuin 1. prophecy concerning the successor of Charlemagne 1: Charlemagne 1 came with his sons, Charles 2, Pippin 3 and Louis 1, to Alcuin 1, who prophesied about Charlemagne 1's successor.: Anon.VitAlcuini  15
 Alcuin 1.awareness of an unannounced visit of Benedict 4: Alcuin 1 sent a messenger (Anonymous 186) to meet Benedict 4 when the latter was making an unannounced visit to him.: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Alcuin 1.criticism of the behaviour of Osulf 1: On a visit to Raganard 1 Alcuin 1 criticized his behaviour, which had been revealed to him by God.: Anon.VitAlcuini  12-13
 Alcuin 1.letter to King Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 in a letter to King Æthelred 7 prophesizes a disaster for York.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.99.5-6
 Alcuin 1.prophecies about the arrival of people (Anonymi 520 and 31) to see him: Alcuin 1 very often prophesied about the arrival of others (Anonymi 520 and 31).: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Alcuin 1.prophecy concerning Osulf 1: Alcuin 1 predicted that Osulf 1 would die neither in that area nor where he was born.: Anon.VitAlcuini  12
 Alcuin 1.prophecy concerning the uncle of Osulf 1 (Anonymous 185): Alcuin 1 had prophesied about the fate of Anonymous 185.: Anon.VitAlcuini  12
 Alcuin 1.prophecy to Charlemagne 1 concerning his successor: Alcuin 1 prophesied to Sigulf 2 that Francia would rejoice to have Louis 1 as the successor to the father [sc. Charlemagne 1].: Anon.VitAlcuini  15
 Anonymi 1905.death of kings: The death of kings (Anonymi 1905) was interpreted by Alcuin 1 as a sign of misery.: Alcuin.Ep  116
 Anonymous 374.foretelling of his own death: Anonymous 374 foretold his own death to Alcuin 1 during a virulent epidemic.: Alcuin.VersEubor  1635-9
 Anonymous 374.vision of death of a brother (Anonymous 375): Anonymous 374 told Alcuin 1 of a vision which foretold the death of a brother (Anonymous 375).: Alcuin.VersEubor  1619-32
 Willibrord 1.prophecy made to Anonymi 1179 about Pippin 2: The holy man [sc. Willibrord 1] made a prophecy in the presence of his pupils (Anonymi 1179) about Pippin 2 that he would be greater than all duces of the Franks who had preceded him.: Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  23
 Æthelberht 8.prophecy about Alcuin 1: Æthelberht 8 prophesied to Alcuin 1 what he would do after Æthelberht 8 died.: Anon.VitAlcuini  8
 Æthelberht 8.prophecy to Alcuin 1 about Sigulf 2: Æthelberht 8 told Alcuin 1 to tell what he had seen to only a single person, who after his death would be forbidden from keeping a secret about Alcuin 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  7
Raiding (2)
 Anonymi 1862.attack on church of Saint Cuthbert: Pagans (Anonymi 1862) sacked the church of St Cuthbert.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (pp. 42-3)
 Anonymi 1920.attacks on Britain: Alcuin 1 feared the pagans (Anonymi 1920), who in previous times had not tried to sail through English seas and devastate the shores of his fatherland.: Alcuin.Ep  130
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Alcuin 1.order to make reliquary: Alcuin 1 had ordered a reliquary to be made.: Alcuin.Inscrip.108.1  Lines 1-6
Religious practice (2)
 Alcuin 1.attendance at church: When Alcuin 1 was still very small, during daylight he often attended church with others during the canonical hours, but rarely at night-time.: Anon.VitAlcuini  2
 Alcuin 1.night vision of foul spirits because of his preference for Virgil over the Psalms: On account of his preference for Virgil over the Psalms, Alcuin 1 had a vision of foul spirits.: Anon.VitAlcuini  2
Reporting (7)
 Alcuin 1.acknowledgment of message of Anonymous 771 through Anonymous 772: Alcuin 1 directed Anonymous 772 to acknowledge for him the message of Anonymous 771.: Alcuin.Ep  291
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 736 mentioning other communications and Basilius 1’s death: Alcuin 1 mentioned he had sent other communications to Anonymous 736 and reported the death of Basilius 1.: Alcuin.Ep  45
 Alcuin 1.letter to Colchu 1 with news and alms: Alcuin 1 sent a letter to Colchu 1 about current events and alms.: Alcuin.Ep  7
 Alcuin 1.letters from Anonymi 1923: Alcuin 1 declared that he did not read letters from Anonymi 1923 from across the sea with as much pleasure as those from Arno 1 across the Alps.: Alcuin.Ep  186
 Anonymous 774.message brought from Anonymous 773 to Alcuin 1: Anonymous 774 brought a message from Anonymous 773 to Alcuin 1.: Alcuin.Ep  292
 Candidus 2.report to Alcuin 1 of good fortune of Anonymous 735: Candidus 2 came to Alcuin 1 and reported the good fortune of the recipient of the present letter (Anonymous 735).: Alcuin.Ep  41
 Cuthrad 1.report by Buitta 1 to Alcuin 1 of his words: Buitta 1 reported to Alcuin 1 that Cuthrad 1 would remember Alcuin 1 in his prayers.: Alcuin.Ep  22
Request (26)
 Alcuin 1.composition of the Life of Willibrord 1: Alcuin 1 composed a Life of Willibrord 1 in Prose and Verse in response to a request from Beornrad 1.: Alcuin.Ep  120
 Alcuin 1.his requests to Christ that he die on the Day of Pentecost: Alcuin 1 asked that he die on the Day of Pentecost.: Anon.VitAlcuini  24
 Alcuin 1.letter of greetings with various requests to Joseph 2: Greetings, enquiries and requests from Alcuin 1 to Joseph 2.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Alcuin 1.letter to Abbot Wulfheard 5 requesting that he accept a wandering monk (Anonymous 742): Alcuin 1 asked Wulfheard 5 to accept a monk (Anonymous 742) whom Alcuin 1 had found.: Alcuin.Ep  70
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymi 1951 seeking their prayers: Alcuin 1 asked the monks of Candida Casa (Anonymi 1951) to remember him in their prayers.: Alcuin.Ep  273
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymi 1959 reminding them to pray for him and exhorting them: Alcuin 1 reminded Anonymi 1959 to pray for him and exhorted them to follow in the ways of their forebears and teachers (Anonymi 1961).: Alcuin.Ep  286
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymi 1983 asking them to remember him and offering advice: Alcuin 1 requested that the brethren of Monkwearmouth (Anonymi 1983) remember him and commended them for their way of life, which he exhorted them to maintain.: Alcuin.Ep  284 (793 x 804)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Anonymous 775 requesting prayers and offering spiritual advice: Alcuin 1 asked Anonymous 775 for his prayers and offered him spiritual advice.: Alcuin.Ep  293
 Alcuin 1.letter to Beornrad 1 with attached literary compositions: Alcuin 1 attached various literary compositions in response to a request from Beornrad 1.: Alcuin.Ep  120
 Alcuin 1.letter to Charlemagne 1 asking permission for books from Britain: Alcuin 1 asked permission of Charlemagne 1 for boys to be sent to Britain to obtain books for Tours.: Alcuin.Ep  121
 Alcuin 1.letter to Hygebald 3 requesting prayers and reporting about Candidus 2: Alcuin 1 asked for the prayers of Hygebald 3 and his monks (Anonymi 1871), and reported on Candidus 2.: Alcuin.Ep  24
 Alcuin 1.letter to Leo 1 seeking renewal of his spiritual kinship and York’s metropolitan status: Alcuin 1 requested that Leo 1 renew the memory of his spiritual adoption of Alcuin 1 and asked him to grant the request of delegates from York (Anonymi 1913) for the pallium.: Alcuin.Ep  125
 Alcuin 1.letter to bishops of Britain (Anonymi 1895) seeking their prayers: Alcuin 1 asked to be accepted as a son and to be prayed for.: Alcuin.Ep  104
 Alcuin 1.letter to monks of York (Anonymi 1879) acknowledging their letter to him: Alcuin 1 acknowledged the letter sent by the monks of York (Anonymi 1879) and made excuses as to why he had not sent Eanbald 2 back to them nor responded to their request.: Alcuin.Ep  43
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelberht 10 seeking prayers and urging that teaching be undertaken: Alcuin 1 sought prayers and urged teaching to be undertaken at St Andrew's.: Alcuin.Ep  31
 Alcuin 1.prayer at the tomb of St Martin: At the request of Vetulus [i.e., Sigulf 2], Alcuin 1 prayed at the tomb of St Martin.: Anon.VitAlcuini  19
 Alcuin 1.request for permission to retire addressed to Charlemagne 1: Alcuin 1 indicated that he wished to retire from the secular world.: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Alcuin 1.request to Charlemagne 1 to return to his fatherland: Alcuin 1 requested of Charlemagne 1 that he might return to his fatherland, to which the latter eventually consented.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Alcuin 1.request to Gisla 1 for her prayers for safe return: Alcuin 1 asked Gisla 1 for her prayers for his safe return by sea.: Alcuin.Ep  15
 Alcuin 1.request to Uinter 1 to send wine: Alcuin 1 asked Uinter 1 to send wine to Joseph 2.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Anonymous 178.request to Anonymous 179 to have someone share his cell at night: Anonymous 178 asked Anonymous 179 for someone to share his cell at night.: Anon.VitAlcuini  2
 Anonymous 759.return to Alcuin 1 from Æthelheard 13: Anonymous 759 reported the words of Æthelheard 13 and brought gifts to Alcuin 1.: Alcuin.Ep  128
 Charlemagne 1.dispersal of the secular burdens of Alcuin 1 to Anonymi 518: Charlemagne 1 most willingly divided the secular burdens of Alcuin 1 amongst his pupils (Anonymi 518) as Alcuin 1 had requested.: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Charlemagne 1.request to Alcuin 1 that he return to him a second time: Charlemagne 1 strongly requested Alcuin 1 that he should return to him a second time in order to stay with him. : Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Charlemagne 1.request to Alcuin 1 to return to Frankia after concluding his mission: Charlemagne 1 begged Alcuin 1 to return to Francia to him after completing his mission.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Eanbald 2.request to Eanbald 1 about three horses: Eanbald 2 asked Eanbald 1 that three horses he had entrusted to him he should send back with the bearer of this letter (Anonymous 804).: Eanbald.Ep.46   
Residence (3)
 Alcuin 1.control of Wilgils 2’s church: I [sc. Alcuin 1] undertook the governance of that same small cell by legal succession of [the descendants of Wilgils 2 (Anonymi 1147)].: Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1
 Anonymous 178.request to Anonymous 179 to have someone share his cell at night: Anonymous 178 asked Anonymous 179 for someone to share his cell at night.: Anon.VitAlcuini  2
 Sigulf 2.association with Alcuin 1: At that time Sigulf 2 associated with Alcuin 1 and stayed with him.: Anon.VitAlcuini  8
Restoration to bishopric (2)
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelheard 13 about his return to England and status of archiepiscopal see: Alcuin 1 wrote to Æthelheard 13 to express his pleasure at the latter's safe return home and the restoration of his see to its former primacy.: Alcuin.Ep  255
 Alcuin 1.recommendation to people of Kent (Anonymi 1919) that Æthelheard 13 be recalled: Alcuin 1 recommended to the people of Kent (Anonymi 1919) that Æthelheard 13 be recalled if this seemed good to them.: Alcuin.Ep  129
Retirement (3)
 Alcuin 1.announcement of his retirement: Alcuin 1 had put aside the belt of military labour.: Alcuin.Ep  257
 Alcuin 1.conduct of his life at Tours: In the end the life of Alcuin 1 at Tours was not inferior to the monastic life.: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Alcuin 1.request for permission to retire addressed to Charlemagne 1: Alcuin 1 indicated that he wished to retire from the secular world.: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
Solitary life, choosing; becoming anchorite/hermit (1)
 Alcuin 1.control of Wilgils 2’s church: I [sc. Alcuin 1] undertook the governance of that same small cell by legal succession of [the descendants of Wilgils 2 (Anonymi 1147)].: Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1
Taxation (1)
 Alcuin 1.mandate to Eanfrith 6 and Frotgoneg 1 to collect money: Alcuin 1 asked that Eanfrith 6 should send him the silver he had collected.: Alcuin.Ep  8
Tomb-making/opening (1)
 Anonymi 1205.sack of Lindisfarne: Anonymi 1205 despoiled tombs. Anonymi 1206 were killed by the sword.: Alcuin.Carm.9  194-212
Tonsuring (1)
 Alcuin 1.tonsuring: Later on the same day Alcuin 1 lost the hair on his head.: Anon.VitAlcuini  8
Visit (15)
 Aigulf 1.visit to Alcuin 1 at Tours: Aigulf 1 came to Tours to visit Alcuin 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  18
 Alcuin 1. prophecy concerning the successor of Charlemagne 1: Charlemagne 1 came with his sons, Charles 2, Pippin 3 and Louis 1, to Alcuin 1, who prophesied about Charlemagne 1's successor.: Anon.VitAlcuini  15
 Alcuin 1.awareness of an unannounced visit of Benedict 4: Alcuin 1 sent a messenger (Anonymous 186) to meet Benedict 4 when the latter was making an unannounced visit to him.: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Alcuin 1.criticism of the behaviour of Osulf 1: On a visit to Raganard 1 Alcuin 1 criticized his behaviour, which had been revealed to him by God.: Anon.VitAlcuini  12-13
 Alcuin 1.journey to Charlemagne 1: Alcuin 1 came to Charlemagne 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Alcuin 1.prophecies about the arrival of people (Anonymi 520 and 31) to see him: Alcuin 1 very often prophesied about the arrival of others (Anonymi 520 and 31).: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Alcuin 1.residence in England: The new reign [sc. of Æthelred 7] detained Alcuin 1 in England.: Alcuin.Ep  10
 Alcuin 1.visit to Lindisfarne: Alcuin 1 recalled the love with which he had been received at Lindisfarne.: Alcuin.Ep  21
 Alcuin 1.visit to Monkwearmouth: Alcuin 1 visited Monkwearmouth.: Alcuin.Ep  284
 Alcuin 1.visit to holy places: Alcuin 1 was visiting holy places when Eanbald 2 came to him.: Alcuin.Ep  43 (p. 88 line 35 - p. 89 line 1).
 Alcuin 1.visit to the monks of St Leodgar’s, Murbach (Anonymi 1950): Alcuin 1 visited the monks of St Leodgar's (Anonymi 1950).: Alcuin.Ep  271
 Anonymi 1963.visits to Alcuin 1 when he was resident in England: The brethren of the church of Mayo (Anonymi 1963) used to come to Alcuin 1 when he was resident in his fatherland.: Alcuin.Ep  287
 Anonymous 191.journey to Italy from Tours and back: Anonymous 191 visited Anonymous 190 in Italy and subsequently returned to Tours.: Anon.VitAlcuini  27
 Benedict 4.visits to Alcuin 1: Benedict 4 used to visit Alcuin 1.: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Charlemagne 1.request to Alcuin 1 that he return to him a second time: Charlemagne 1 strongly requested Alcuin 1 that he should return to him a second time in order to stay with him. : Anon.VitAlcuini  9
Vowing celibacy/chastity/virginity/poverty (3)
 Alcuin 1.first letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 had written to urge Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to leave secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
 Alcuin 1.letter to Æthelburg 8 encouraging fulfilment of her promise to live chastely: Alcuin 1 encouraged Æthelburg 8 to live a life of virginity and gave her counsel.: Alcuin.Ep  36
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
Factoids linked indirectly to Alcuin 1 (86)
Personal Information (1)
intellectual (1)
 Ecgberht 7: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.112.2-3 (Ecgberht 7 was a repository of all the liberal arts, and he founded a splendid library at York. Alcuin 1 bears witness to it in his letter to Charlemagne 1.)
Education (5)
 Oduin 1: Alcuin was Oduin's 'magister': Alcuin.Ep  134
 Dodo 1: [Dodo 1 had been a pupil of Alcuin 1.]: Alcuin.Ep  65
 Angilberct 1: son of our [i.e. Alcuin's] learning: Alcuin.Ep  125
 Anonymous 778: Once Alcuin 1 begot Anonymous 778, fed him, brought him up and led him to perfect manhood, zealouly learned in the arts, illuminated by the sun of wisdom, especially adorned in character, ... whom Alcuin 1 had advanced in sacred studies when he (sc. Anonymous 778) was present with him.: Alcuin.Ep  294
 Credulus 1: pupil: Alcuin.Carm.54  35
Authorship (8)
Offa 7:  Author of a letter to Alcuin 1 [about the killing of Æthelred 7, king of the Northumbrians] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  101
Anonymi 1879:  Authors of a letter to Alcuin 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  43
Anonymous 740:  Author of a letter to Alcuin 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  63
Beornwine 2:  Author of a letter to Alcuin 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  82
Beornrad 1:  Author of a letter to Alcuin 1 requesting a Life of Saint Willibrord 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  120
Anonymous 766:  Author of a letter to Alcuin 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  256
Gisla 1:  Author of a letter to Alcuin 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  214
Richtrud 1:  Author of a letter to Alcuin 1 (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  214
Office (4)
King of Alcuin 1 (3)
 Charlemagne 1: Alcuin.Ep  20 (our lord king)
 Charlemagne 1: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Eardwulf 4: Alcuin.Ep  122
Legatio of Alcuin 1 (1)
 Anonymi 2046: Eanbald.Ep.46   
Occupation (37)
Brother of Alcuin 1 (6)
 Benedict 5: Alcuin.Ep  1
 Anonymi 1851: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Anonymi 1934: Alcuin.Ep  230
 Anonymous 772: Alcuin.Ep  291
 Anonymous 773: Alcuin.Ep  292
 Anonymous 778: Alcuin.Ep  294
Fellow pupil of Alcuin 1 (1)
 Eanbald 1: Alcuin.Ep  112
Messenger of Alcuin 1 (4)
 Anonymous 186: Anon.VitAlcuini  14
 Anonymous 751: Alcuin.Ep  103
 Anonymous 762: Alcuin.Ep  189
 Anonymous 764: Alcuin.Ep  232
Pupil of Alcuin 1 (14)
 Sigulf 2: Anon.VitAlcuini  Prol.184.5
 Sigulf 2: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Sigulf 2: Anon.VitAlcuini  19
 Anonymi 518: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Withso 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Fredegisus 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Raganard 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Waldramn 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Waldramn 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  22
 Eangist 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  28
 Joseph 2: Alcuin.Ep  77
 Anonymi 1890: Alcuin.Ep  101
 Anonymous 768: Alcuin.Ep  281
 Frithugils 2: Alcuin.Ep  262
Teacher of Alcuin 1 (12)
 Anonymous 179: Anon.VitAlcuini  2
 Ecgberht 7: Anon.VitAlcuini  6
 Ecgberht 7: Anon.VitAlcuini  11
 Æthelberht 8: Alcuin.VersEubor  1515-16
 Bede 1: Alcuin.Ep  216
 Gregory 1: Alcuin.Ep  279
 Æthelberht 8: Alcuin.Ep  114 (p. 167 line 8)
 Æthelberht 8: Alcuin.Ep  116
 Æthelberht 8: Alcuin.Ep  121 (p. 177 line 5)
 Æthelberht 8: Alcuin.Ep  148 (p. 239 line 28)
 Æthelberht 8: Alcuin.Ep  233
 Anonymi 1922: Alcuin.Ep  143 (p. 225 line 31)
Status (31)
Cliens of Alcuin 1 (1)
 Anonymous 755: Alcuin.Ep  121 (p. 176 line 9)
Conciuis of Alcuin 1 (2)
 Æthelred 7: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 lines 29-31)
 Anonymi 1861: Alcuin.Ep  16
Domina of Alcuin 1 (1)
 Anonymous 748: Alcuin.Ep  103
Dominus of Alcuin 1 (17)
 Charlemagne 1: Anon.VitAlcuini  9
 Charlemagne 1: Alcuin.Ep  101
 Charlemagne 1: Alcuin.Ep  104
 Charlemagne 1: Alcuin.Ep  230
 Charlemagne 1: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Charlemagne 1: Alcuin.Ep  232
 Charlemagne 1: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Offa 7: Alcuin.Ep  64
 Æthelred 7: Alcuin.Ep  30
 Cuthbert 1: Alcuin.Ep  21
 Æthelheard 13: Alcuin.Ep  255
 Æthelheard 13: Alcuin.Ep  290
 Hygebald 3: Alcuin.Ep  24
 Eanbald 1: Alcuin.Ep  44
 Anonymous 743: Alcuin.Ep  89
 Beornrad 1: Alcuin.Ep  120
 Anonymous 766: Alcuin.Ep  256
Orphan of Alcuin 1 (1)
 Anonymi 1853: Alcuin.Ep   
Puer of Alcuin 1 (7)
 Anonymi 1854: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Seneca 1: Alcuin.Ep  42
 Anonymous 755: Alcuin.Ep  121 (p. 176 line 9)
 Anonymi 1908: Alcuin.Ep  121
 Anonymous 759: Alcuin.Ep  128 (p. 189 line 26)
 Anonymi 1936: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Anonymous 763: Alcuin.Ep  230
Pupil of Alcuin 1 (1)
 Eanbald 2: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.113.1
Widow of Alcuin 1 (1)
 Anonymi 1853: Alcuin.Ep  8