Albertine derived from the name Albert, may refer to any bearer of that name; especially:
  • The Albertine Rift, part of the Great Rift Valley
  • The Albertine Statute
  • The Franciscan Albertine Brothers
  • A branch of the House of Wettin

or any of the following individuals:
  • Viv Albertine
    Viv Albertine
    Viv Albertine is a British singer and songwriter, best known as the guitarist for the influential, all-female English punk group, The Slits....

  • Elizabeth Albertine, Princess of Saxe-Hildburghausen
  • Albertin di Virga
    Albertin di Virga
    Albertinus de Virga was a 15th C. Venetian cartographer.Practically nothing is known of his life,save that he was probably Venetian. Virga is the author of two famous maps:...

  • Albertine Sarrazin
    Albertine Sarrazin
    Albertine Sarrazin was a French author most famous for her semi-autobiographical novel L'Astragale.-Biography:...

Albertine may also be a reference to:
  • Albertine (1886 book), a controversial 1886 novel by Norwegian author Christian Krohg
    Christian Krohg
    Christian Krohg , was a Norwegian naturalist painter, illustrator, author and journalist.-Life and career:...

    , about a prostitute
    • Albertine at the Police Doctor's Waiting RoomAlbertine i politilægens venteværelse
      Albertine i politilægens venteværelse
      Albertine i politilægens venteværelse is the title of a naturalist painting by Norwegian artist Christian Krohg, showing the scene in a waiting room....

      »), painting by Krohg illustratrating the above
  • Albertine (album)
    Albertine (album)
    Albertine is the second album by New Zealand singer-songwriter, Brooke Fraser. It was released in New Zealand and in the Oceanic region's iTunes store on 4 December 2006. The album was released in Australia on 31 March 2007, where it peaked at #29. The album's lead single is "Deciphering Me". The...

    , a 2006 album by New Zealand singer-songwriter Brooke Fraser
    • Albertine (song)
      Albertine (song)
      "Albertine" is a song by singer-songwriter Brooke Fraser, and the third single from her second studio album, Albertine. It was largely inspired by a Rwandan orphan, by the name of Albertine, whom Fraser met while there in 2005....

      , a song released as a single from the album in 2007
  • Albertine (2001 book), a novel by Jacqueline Rose
    Jacqueline Rose
    Jacqueline Rose is a British academic who is currently Professor of English at Queen Mary, University of London.-Life and work:...

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