ALEXANDER

ALEXANDER
I.
ALEXANDER
Cassandri fil. Macedonum Rex, regnavit cum Antipatro fratre annis 2. Hic matrem Theslalonicam, a fratre occisam, ulturus, a Socero Lysimacho im peditur, et a Demetrio, Antigoni filio interimitur. Iustin. l. 16. c. 1. Euseb. Chron.
II.
ALEXANDER
Episcop. Hierosolymitanus postquam 50. annos Ecclesiam rexislet, et insignem Bibliothecam Hierosolymae collegislet, sub Decio martyrii coronam obtinuit. Euseb. l. 6. c. 8. l. 9. c. 14. Hieronym. de Script. Ceel. Baron. A. C. 199. 230. et 253.
III.
ALEXANDER
Lysimachi et Mecridae fil. Idem l. 6. c. 12.
IV.
ALEXANDER
Magus Apollonii Thyanaei discipulus sub Antonino Pio, Serpentis, quem Aesculapium esse dixit, fictis oraculis Romanis illusit. Baron. A. C. 145. Lucian. in Vita eius.
V.
ALEXANDER
Patriarcha Antiochenus post impium Porphyrium, pacem Ecclesiae reddidit, dislentientibus reconciliatis, Obitt A. C. 408. al. 411.
VI.
ALEXANDER
Praesidii per Aeolida praefectus., qui edictô insigni spectaculô magnam vim hominum concivit, quos postea nisi numeratâ pecuniâ non dimisit. Vide Polyaen. l. 6. c. 10.
VII.
ALEXANDER
Sulpitius. Vide Sulpitius.
VIII.
ALEXANDER
Teleste pulsô, Corinthi regnum occupavit, per annos 25. ab eo tandem sublatus, eum succeslorem habuit. Vide Telestes.
IX.
ALEXANDER
Ludovisius.
Vide Gregor. IX.
X.
ALEXANDER
aerarius faber, a Paulo Satanae traditus. Vide 1. Tim. c. 1. v. 19. 20. 2. Tim. c. 4. v. 14. 15. An idem cum Alexandro Samaritano, de quo Euseb. l. 3. c. 20.
XI.
ALEXANDER
alter dux triginta iuvenibus Petram altissimam Indiae, Aornum nomine, conscendere aversâ parte iussis, ab Alexandro Magno additus. Curt. l. 8. c. 11.
XII.
ALEXANDER
fil. Herodis M. ex Mariamme, cum fratre Aristobulo, iussu Patris innocens strangulatur. Ioseph. Iud. Antiq.
l. 16. et l. 1. de Bell. Iud. pst hunc venit Pseudo-Alexander quidam, cuius historiam vide apud Ioseph. l. 17. c. 14.
XIII.
ALEXANDER
fil. Iohannis Iunioris Holsatiae Ducis Sonderburgicae lineae conditoris, hanc continuavit: ei in regimine successit fil. Iohannes Christianus, pater Christiani Adolphi. Reliqui eius liberi fuêre Alexander Henricus, transitu ad Romanae communionis sacra et indignô matrimoniô ocntractô notus, Ernestus Guntherus, Georgius Fridericus, Augustus Philippus, initio duarum sororum e familia Oldenburgica, dein Mariae Sibyllae Nassoviae, maritus, Hollandorum Primo, inde Imperatoris Leopoldi in Hungaria miles et Phil. Ludovicus, General. vigilum apud Caesareanos eôdem bellô praefectus, Phil. Iac. Spenerus Sylloge Geneal. Histor.
XIV.
ALEXANDER
fil. Ludovici cognomine Nigri, (qui Stephani secundo genitus fil. et Ruperti Imperatoris nepos fuit,) Dux Bipontinus, Patri successit; ex morbo pustularum Claudius et Valetudinarius cognominatus. Agnarum Electorem in Bavarito Bello non parum vexavit, communis Pater, ex duobus filiis Ludovico et Ruperto, totidem linearum Bipontinae et Lucelsteniae. Idem.
XV.
ALEXANDER
fit. Aeropae, vir fortis et Alexandro M. gratus. Freinshem. supplem. in Q. Curtii l. 2.
XVI.
ALEXANDER
natione Phryx, apud Carthaginem Imperator electus, a Constantini exercitu iugulatus est. Eutrop. l. 11. Baton. A. C. 306.
XVII.
ALEXANDER
primum Lithuan. Dux, dein Polon. Rex obiit A. C. 1506. regni 5. aetat 46. Taciturnus, tetricusque, at maxime liberalis. Michov. l. 4. c. 82. Spondan.
XVIII.
ALEXANDER
primus Patriarcha Constantinopolitan. Metrophani Episcopo successit A. C. 317. Arrio vehementissime restitit. Socr. l. 1. c. 5. et l. 2. c. 4. Sozom. l. 2. c. 28. et l. 3. c. 3. Theodoret. l. 1. c. 14. Rufin. l. 1. c. 12.
XIX.
ALEXANDER
quidam genere Phryx, disciplinâ medicus, vitaeque ac morum probitate cunctis carus, Dei amore concitatus, cum assisteret tribunali, nutibus ad confessionem hortabatur eos, in quos tormenta et quaestiones exercebantur, ita ut omnibus, qui adstabant, palam fieret, quid in animo gereret, Cumque id populi notavissent, conclamârunt adversus cum, qui iussus a Praeside in medium statui, et quis esset, interrogatus, Christianum se esse liberâ professione, testabatur, quem continuo Praeses bestiis adiudicavit. Euseb. l. 5. c. 2.
XX.
ALEXANDER
vide Paris.
XXI.
ALEXANDER
vide Tiberius.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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