Alexander II

Alexander II may refer to:

  • Alexander II of Macedon, King of Macedon from 370 to 368 BC
  • Alexander II of Epirus (died 260 BC), King of Epirus in 272 BC
  • Pope Alexander II, Pope from 1061 to 1073
  • Alexander II of Scotland (1198–1249), King of Scots
  • Alexander II of Imereti (1478, 1483–1510), King of Georgia and of Imereti
  • Alexander II of Kakheti (1574–1605), King of Kakheti
  • Alexander II of Russia (1818–1881), Emperor of Russia

Other articles related to "alexander ii, ii, alexander":

Blackfriars, Perth
... Diocese Diocese of St Andrews (Deanery of Gowrie) People Founder(s) Alexander II of Scotland Important associated figures James I of Scotland The Church of the Friars Preachers of Blessed Virgin and Saint ... were said by Walter Bower to have been brought to Scotland in 1230 by King Alexander II of Scotland, while John Spottiswood held that they were brought to Scotland by William ... held that the Perth Dominican friary was founded by King Alexander II ...
Papal Election, 1088 - Cardinal-electors
... According to the decree of Nicholas II In Nomine Domini (1059) Cardinal-Bishops of the suburbicarian sees were the sole electors of the Pope ... title Elevated Elevator Notes Ubaldo Bishop of Sabina 1063 Alexander II Giovanni Minuto Bishop of Tusculum 1066 Alexander II Created as cardinal-priest of S ... Igneus, O.S.B.Vallombrose Bishop of Albano 1072 Alexander II He announced the election of Urban II Odon de Lagery, O.S.B.Cluny Bishop of Ostia 1080 Gregory VII Elected ...
Neo-Byzantine Architecture In The Russian Empire - History - Royal Endorsement
... to empress Maria Alexandrovna and grand duchess Maria Nikolayevna (Alexander II's sister and president of the Imperial Academy of Arts) ... The church, built on the ruins of an ancient Greek cathedral, was sponsored by Alexander II ... in popularity in the reign of Nicholas II ...
List Of Heirs Of Scotland - Heirs To Alexander II
... Alexander II was only sixteen and unmarried at the time of his succession, and so the heiress presumptive was his elder sister, Margaret, who married ... until the King fathered a child, Alexander, born 4 September 1241, son of Alexander II by his second wife Marie de Coucy ... Alexander II died on 8 July 1249 and was succeeded by his only legitimate child ...
Monument To Alexander II (Moscow)
... The Monument to Alexander II, officially called the Monument to Emperor Alexander II, the Liberator Tsar, is a memorial of Emperor Alexander II of Russia, situated in ... the new monument was chosen in part because Alexander helped lay the foundation for the original Christ the Savior Cathedral (destroyed in 1931 by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin ...