The gens Albia was a plebeian family at Rome. No persons of this gens obtained any offices in the state till the first century BC. They all bore the cognomen Carrinas. Other Albii are known from different parts of Italy.
- Gaius Albius Carrinas, a leading member of the populares during the civil war between the supporters of Marius and Sulla.
- Gaius Albius Carrinas, consul suffectus in 43 BC.
- Carrinas, described as unpleasant by Cicero in 45 BC.
- Carrinas Secundus, a rhetorician during the reign of Caligula, who expelled him from Rome after he spoke unwisely about tyranny. The Carrinas Secundus sent by Nero to plunder Asia and Achaea was probably the same man.
- Statius Albius Oppianicus, a notorious poisoner, and the villain of Cicero's speech Pro Cluentio, in defense of Oppianicus' step-son, Aulus Cluentius Habitus, who had been accused of poisoning Oppianicus.
- Gaius Albius Oppianicus, brother of Statius, who according to Cicero poisoned Gaius and his wife, Auria.
- Statius Albius St. f. Oppianicus, accused his step-brother, Aulus Cluentius, of poisoning his father.
- Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, vol. I, p. 90, 615, vol. III, p. 34 ("Albia Gens", "Carrinas", "Oppianicus").
- Appian, Bellum Civile, i. 87, 90, 92, 93.
- Plutarch, "The Life of Pompeius", 7.
- Orosius, v. 21.
- Eutropius, v. 8.
- Appian, Bellum Civile, iv. 83, v. 26, 112.
- Cassius Dio, xlvii. 15, li. 21, 22.
- Cicero, Epistulae ad Atticum, xiii. 33.
- Cassius Dio, lix. 20.
- Juvenal, vii. 204.
- Tacitus, Annales, xv. 45.
- Cicero, Pro Cluentio, passim.
- Marcus Tullius Cicero, Epistulae ad Atticum, Pro Cluentio.
- Plutarchus, Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans.
- Appianus Alexandrinus (Appian), Bellum Civile (The Civil War).
- Decimus Junius Juvenalis (Juvenal), Satirae.
- Publius Cornelius Tacitus, Annales.
- Lucius Cassius Dio Cocceianus (Cassius Dio), Roman History.
- Eutropius, Breviarium Historiae Romanae (Summary of Roman History).
- Paulus Orosius, Historiarum Adversum Paganos (History against the Pagans).
- Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, William Smith, ed., Little, Brown and Company, Boston (1849).
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