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PHILOSOPHICAL SCHOOL
Alexandrian School; Alexandrianism; Alexandrian philosophy

Alexandrian      
adj. alessandrino, pertinente alla filosofia, scienza e letteratura dell"antica Alessandria
anno mundi         
  • Inscription in [[Ballybough Cemetery]], [[Ireland]], indicating Anno Mundi 5618 (AD 1857)
  • The inscription over the [[Bevis Marks Synagogue]], [[City of London]], gives a year in Anno Mundi (5461) and [[Anno Domini]] (1701).
CALENDAR ERA
Anno mundi; Annus Mundi; Alexandrian Era; Alexandrian era; Jewish era; 3760
nella creazione del mondo
Coptic church         
  • [[Makuria]]n wall painting depicting a Nubian bishop and [[Virgin Mary]] (11th century)
  • Coptic icon]]
  • Patriarch of Alexandria]] on the Holy Apostolic See of [[Saint Mark the Evangelist]] (1971–2012).
  • Coptic Icon in the Coptic Altar of the [[Church of the Holy Sepulchre]], [[Jerusalem]]
  • Coptic monks, between 1898 and 1914
  • Arabic Coptic Prayer book, 1760
  • A modern Coptic cathedral in [[Aswan]].
  • St. Mark Coptic Cathedral in Alexandria]]
INTERNATIONAL ORIENTAL ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN CHURCH LED BY THE PATRIARCH OF ALEXANDRIA ON THE HOLY SEE OF ST. MARK
Coptic Church; Christian coptic orthodox church of egypt; Coptic Orthodox; Qibti; Orthodox Church in Africa; Egyptian Orthodox Church; The Coptic Orthodox Church; Orienatal Orthodoxy in Egypt; Coptic orthodox; Coptic church of Alexandria; Coptic orthodoxy; Coptic Orthodoxy; Ti.eklyseya en.remenkimi en.orthodoxos ente alexandrias; The Egyptian Orthodox Church of Alexandria; Coptic orthodox church of alexandria; Ϯⲉⲕ'ⲕⲗⲏⲥⲓⲁ 'ⲛⲣⲉⲙ'ⲛⲭⲏⲙⲓ 'ⲛⲟⲣⲑⲟⲇⲟⲝⲟⲥ; Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate; Coptic Church of Alexandria; Coptic Orthodox Christian; Christian - Coptic Orthodox; Orthodox spiritual healing amongst Egyptians; Orthodox Spiritual Healing Amongst Egyptians; Coptic Orthodox Christianity; The Third Epistle of Saint Cyril to Nestorius; Third Epistle of Saint Cyril to Nestorius; Coptic Orthodox church; Oriental Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria; Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria; Alexandrian Coptic Church; Alexandrian Coptic Patriarchate; Alexandrian Oriental-Orthodox Church; Alexandrian Oriental Orthodox Church; Alexandrian Oriental Orthodox Patriarchate; Alexandrian Oriental Orthodox; Alexandrian Oriental-Orthodox; Alexandrian Oriental-Orthodox Patriarchate; History of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria; Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria; Dioceses of the Coptic Orthodox Church
Chiesa coptica

Definizione

Alexandrian
¦ adjective relating to Alexandria in Egypt.
?belonging to or characteristic of the schools of literature and philosophy of ancient Alexandria, especially in being allusive or imitative.

Wikipedia

Alexandrian school

The Alexandrian school is a collective designation for certain tendencies in literature, philosophy, medicine, and the sciences that developed in the Hellenistic cultural center of Alexandria, Egypt during the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

Alexandria was a remarkable center of learning due to the blending of Greek and Oriental influences, its favorable situation and commercial resources, and the enlightened energy of some of the Macedonian Dynasty of the Ptolemies ruling over Egypt, in the final centuries BC. Much scholarly work was collected in the great Library of Alexandria during this time. Large amounts of epic poetry and works on geography, history, mathematics, astronomy, philosophy, and medicine were composed in Alexandria during this period.

Alexandrian school is also used to describe the religious and philosophical developments in Alexandria after the 1st century. The mix of Jewish theology and Greek philosophy led to a syncretic mix and much mystical speculation. The Neoplatonists devoted themselves to examining the nature of the soul, and sought communion with God. The two great schools of biblical interpretation in the early Christian church incorporated Neoplatonism and philosophical beliefs from Plato's teachings into Christianity, and interpreted much of the Bible allegorically. The founders of the Alexandrian school of Christian theology were Clement of Alexandria and Origen.