Albigenses

See also: albigenses

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EtymologyEdit

Medieval Latin, from French Albi.

NounEdit

Albigenses pl (plural only)

  1. The inhabitants of Albi, a city in southern France.
  2. (historical, Christianity) A sect of reformers opposed to the Roman Catholic Church in the 12th century AD, considered heretics who were subject to the w:Albigensian Crusade; a branch of the Catharists, distinct from the Waldenses.

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