Alan of Lille

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  • Lille — This interesting name is of English origin and has three possible sources, the first of which is from a diminutive of the female personal name Elizabeth which was very popular in Medieval Europe and means my God (is my) oath , from the Hebrew… …   Surnames reference

  • Alain de Lille — (or Alanus ab Insulis) (c. 1128 1202), French theologian and poet, was born, probably in Lille, some years before 1128. LifeLittle is known of his life. He seems to have taught in the schools of Paris, and he attended the Lateran Council in 1179 …   Wikipedia

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