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Alexandrian Codex

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A manuscript of the Scriptures in Greek, which belonged to the library of the patriarchs of Alexandria, in Africa, A.D. 1098. In 1628 it was sent as a present to Charles I., and (in 1753) was placed in the British Museum. It is on parchment, in uncial letters, and contains the Septuagint version (except the Psalms), a part of the New Testament, and the Epistles of Clemens Romānus.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Alethes
Alexander and the Robber
Alexander
Alexander of the North
Alexander the Corrector
Alexander’s Beard
Alexandra (in Orlando Furioso)
Alexandra
Alexandrian
Alexandrian Codex
Alexandrian Library
Alexandrian School
Alexandrine Age
Alexandrine Philosophy
Alexandrines
Alexandrite
Alexis (St.)
Alfader (father of all)
Alfana
Alfar

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