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Albani is an Italian surname from Latin name Albanus or from Alba, a frequent toponym in Italy (Alba plus Latin suffix -anus that usually indicates a relationship of position, possession, or origin).
Albani may refer to:
- Painter Francesco Albani (1578–1660)
- Pope Clement XI born Giovanni Francesco Albani (1649–1721)
- Cardinal Alessandro Albani (1692–1779)
- Cardinal Annibale Albani
- Cardinal Gian Francesco Albani (1720–1803)
- Singer Dame Emma Albani (1847–1930)
- Islamic scholar Muhammad Nasiruddin al-Albani (1914–1999)
- Albani family, family from Rome and Urbino
- Albani Brewery
- Albani people, the Latin name for the inhabitants of Alba Longa
- Albani (Illyrian tribe), a tribe in Illyria
- Albani, family from Bergamo, Italy
Notes and references
- Emidio De Felice, Dizionario dei cognomi italiani, Mondadori, Milano 2000, p. 48.
- Michele Francipane, Dizionario dei cognomi italiani, Rizzoli, Milano 2007, p. 266.
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