[al-ig-zan-dree-nuh s, -drahy-, -zahn-]
- the Greek uncial codex, dating from the early 5th century a.d., originally containing the complete text of the Greek Old and New Testaments.
Origin of Alexandrinus
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It appears probable that Cyril Lucar had brought it with Alexandrinus.
He also states that the black rat and the roof rat (Alexandrinus), both varieties of M. rattus, differ chiefly in color.Plague
Thomas Wright Jackson
For example, Alexandrinus Olympius, another mystic, tried magical arts against Plotinus.
As for Plotinus, he remarked among his disciples, “Now the body of Alexandrinus is collapsing like an empty purse.”