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- Alberic, Valencia, a municipality in the Spanish province of Valencia
as a personal name–
- Albericus or Albricus, also known as the Third Vatican Mythographer
- Alberic of Utrecht (died 784), Benedictine monk and bishop of Utrecht
- Alberic I of Spoleto (died c.924)
- Alberic II of Spoleto (died 954)
- Alberic of Monte Cassino, (died 1088) Benedictine monk and Cardinal
- Saint Alberic of Cîteaux (died 1108), one of the three founders of the Cistercian Order
- Albericus de Vere II, (d. 1141), master chamberlain of England
- Alberic of Ostia, (d.1148) Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia
- Master Alberic, (fl. 1118-1136), Rheims
- Albericus de Vere, 1st Earl of Oxford
- Alberic of Laon, archbishop of Rheims from 1206
- Alberic of Trois Fontaines (d. ca. 1252), 13th century Cistercian chronicler
- Alberic Crescitelli (1863–1900), Catholic priest and martyr
- Alberich, dwarf in Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen and other versions of the Nibelung legend.
- Alberic May Latin Exam, an exam held each year at Eton College
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