Definitions for "Albion"
An ancient name of England, still retained in poetry.
Albion is a traditional name for England and also a mythical English giant. In Blake, the giant Albion is the country and its inhabitants but is also identified as the fallen personification of all humankind, the Eternal Man. Jerusalem is his emanation and his Daughters are the women of England.
Archaic form of Great Britain ; used in the Chronicles because it's a damn sight shorter.
The Albion is the name of an astronomical instrument constructed by Richard of Wallingford, Abbot of St. Albans, in 1326.
Albion is a journal of history published at Appalachian State University. The journal is published four times a year and has been in continuous publication since 1969. It publishes articles on aspects of British history of any period.
Albion is a roleplaying computer game released by Blue Byte Software in 1995 for the PC. It was originally released in German, then translated to English for the rest of Europe.