All the subjects comprised by Alcuin in physics are arithmetic, geometry, music, and astronomy.
Charlemagne established the "School of the Palace," and placed Alcuin at its head.
He founded the famous school at York, where Alcuin was educated, and also the library.
The celebrated Alcuin was the most distinguished scholar of his own time in Europe.
The best men of the time, however, like Alcuin vehemently opposed this method.
While Alcuin thus increased the library at Tours, Charlemagne.
Alcuin had himself been a scholar at York, and so the school there became a source of light to other lands.
These verses will be found in Migne's edition of Alcuin's works.
Or the book to be transcribed was dictated to the scribes, as at Tours under Alcuin.
She sang her teacher Alcuin's poems, which she accompanied by string music.