- the son of Nicholas I who, as czar of Russia, introduced reforms that included limited emancipation of the serfs (1818-1881)
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- The church of Gap had, among other bishops, St. Aregius (or Arey, 579-610?), who established at Gap a celebrated literary school and was held in great esteem by St. Gregory the Great; also St. Arnoude (1065-1078), a monk of Trinité de Vendôme, named bishop by Alexander II to replace the simoniac Ripert, and who became the patron of the episcopal city. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
- The flowering of classic Russian cuisine coincided with the rapid economic expansion and explosive growth of the middle class in the aftermath of Alexander II's liberal reforms.
- Crown Prince Alexander II of Serbia, who's the Queen's godson, and his wife Crown Princess Katharine sent their RSVP via their official website. Meet The Royals Attending Will <![CDATA[&]]> Kate's Wedding (PHOTOS)
- To avoid any such dispersal of Basilevsky's collection of medieval and renaissance applied arts, Alexander II!
- One recalls that it was Czar Alexander II who emancipated the Russian serfs. Russian President Googles Capitalism
- When Amyntas died, surprisingly of old age, in 370, his son Alexander II succeeded him, only to be murdered by his cousin Ptolemy the following year. Alexander the Great
- Abelard's new-Adoptionism was condemned, at least in its fundamental principles, by Alexander III, in a rescript dated 1177: The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
- Immediately beneath the site of the high altar at Melrose is the resting-place of the heart of Robert Bruce, and to the south of it is a dark-coloured polished slab of encrinital limestone said to mark the grave of Alexander II., who was buried near the high altar in 1249. Scottish Cathedrals and Abbeys
- King Alexander II., by charter, dated at Cluny, the 13th day of August, in the eleventh year of his reign (1227), granted to the Canons of the Abbey of Inchaffray the teind of his duties of Auchterarder to be drawn yearly by the hands of his tacksmen and bailies of Auchterarder. Chronicles of Strathearn
- In 1176 Pope Alexander III resolved the dispute by declaring the cities to be joint-sees and ordering the chapters to hold elections together.