Alexander II.

Alexander II., Neffe des vorigen, als Prinz von Pompejus nach Rom geführt, entrann später, wurde König, empörte sich gegen die Römer u. ward 49 v. Chr. enthauptet.

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  • Alexander II. — Alexander II. ist der Name folgender Personen: Alexander II. (Makedonien) († 368 v. Chr.), König (370 bis 368 v. Chr.) Alexander II. (Epirus) († 245/240 v. Chr.), König von Epiros Alexander II. Zabinas († 123 v. Chr.), König von Syrien (128 bis… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Alexander II —     Pope Alexander II     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Alexander II     Reigned 1061 1073     As Anselm of Lucca, he had been recognized for a number of years as one of the leaders of the reform party, especially in the Milanese territory,… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Alexander II — may refer to:* Alexander II of Russia (1818 ndash;1881), the Emperor of Russia * Alexander II of Macedon, King of Macedon from 370 to 368 B.C. * Alexander II of Epirus, King of Epirus in 272 B.C. * Pope Alexander II, Pope from 1061 to 1073 *… …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander II — 1. died 1073, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1061 1073. 2. (Aleksandr Nikolaevich) 1818 81, czar of Russia 1855 81. * * * I born Aug. 24, 1198, Haddington, Lothian died July 8, 1249, Kerrera Island King of Scotland (1214–49). He came to the throne on …   Universalium

  • ALEXANDER II — I. ALEXANDER II fil. Amyntae 2. a fratre iuniore Ptolemaeo per insidias occisus est. Sed hic fratricidiô partum regnum vix quadriennium tenuit. Cui successerunt reliqui fratres Perdiccas et Philippus pater Alexandri M. Diodor. Sic. l. 15. et 16.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Alexander II — (1818–81)    Czar of Russia 1855–81. Alexander II instigated many reforms which were long overdue in Russian life and were designed to animate a stagnant and reactionary society. But cautious change disappointed liberal hopes. The last years of… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Alexander II — (d. 1073)    Pope.    Anselm (his baptismal name) was born in Baggio, Italy and he was a pupil of lanfranc at the monastery school in Bec. He was consecrated Bishop of Lucca in 1057 and was elected Pope in 1061. However, the Holy Roman Emperor… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Alexander II — (IV of Macedon) (reigned 317–310 BC)    Posthumous son of Alexanderthe Greatand the Bactrian princess Roxana. He reigned jointly with his uncle, Philip Arrhidaeus, until the murder of the latter in 317 BC. Alexander II was imprisoned by Cassander …   Ancient Egypt

  • Alexander II — noun the son of Nicholas I who, as czar of Russia, introduced reforms that included limited emancipation of the serfs (1818 1881) • Syn: ↑Czar Alexander II, ↑Alexander the Liberator • Regions: ↑Russia • Instance Hypernyms: ↑czar, ↑tsar, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • ALEXANDER II —    1) of Scotland, successor of William the Lion, his father, a just and wise ruler, aided the English barons against John, and married Joan, the sister of Henry III.; d. 1249.    2) emperor of Russia, son and successor of Nicholas I., fell heir… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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