Albert of Metz
Albert Of Metz (Albertus Metensis), a Benedictine of the monastery of St. Sympherien at Metz, lived near the commencement of the 11th century. He wrote historical sketches, which were inserted by Eckart in his Corpus Historicorum Medii AEvi, 1, 91-131. These sketches contain important details of the history of Lorraine and of Alsace from 973 to 1025. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.