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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Alcuin (c. A.D. 735–804) was an English clergyman and scholar who joined Charlemagne’s court, becoming a leading intellect behind the Carolingian Renaissance. Alcuin was crucial in establishing a liberal arts educational program, and contributed to debates regarding policies, leading Charlemagne to abolish the death penalty for paganism.

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PEOPLE (see c. A.D. 735–804)

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