died a.d. 573? king of the Langobards 561?–573?
Historical Examples

But in doing so she breathed a silent prayer, and resolved that the unpardonable insult should be washed out in Alboin’s blood.
Historical Tales, Vol 5 (of 15) Charles Morris

Since the invasion of Alboin, Italy had groaned under 37 a complication of evils.
The Holy Roman Empire James Bryce

The Longobard conquest under Alboin forced on the process of driving the older inhabitants into the cities.
The Evolution of States J. M. Robertson

Alboin had divided his dominion into many little states and dukedoms.
The Eighteen Christian Centuries James White

With him was associated another patriot, Alboin, Duke of Eastphalia.
Historical Tales, Vol 5 (of 15) Charles Morris

With the two united, Alboin invaded Italy and conquered all the North.
Young Folks’ History of Rome Charlotte Mary Yonge

He was writing in the year 595, and he reckons from the descent of Alboin in 568.
The Formation of Christendom, Volume VI Thomas W. (Thomas William) Allies

Ticinum (Pavia), the one place which had obstinately resisted Alboin, became the seat of their kings.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 16, Slice 8 Various

Alboin the Lombard could do it, though not under such fearful disadvantages.
The Roman and the Teuton Charles Kingsley

In 584 they chose Authari, the grandson of Alboin, and endowed the royal domain with a half of their possessions.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 16, Slice 8 Various

died 573 ad, king of the Lombards (565–73); conqueror of N Italy


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