Adalberon

Adalberon (ASCELINUS, or AGELIN), bishop OF LEN,. was consecrated in 977, He was an ambitious prelate and a servile courtier, an-d was base enough to deliver tip to Hugh Capet Arnoul, archbishop of Rheims, and Charles, duke of Lorraine, Hugh's competitor, to whom he had given an asylum in his episcopal city. He died July 19, 1030. He left a satirical poem in 430 stanzas dedicated to king Robert (ed. by Adrian Valois, 1663, 8vo, at the end of the panegyric on the emperor Berenger). In the library of the abbey of Laubes is a manuscript poem by Adalberon ,on The Holy Trinity. See. Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie Generale, s.v

 
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