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Having recently joined CFED from the Jane Goodall Institute, I knew that CFED needed Clarity," said Irvin Andre Alexander III, chief financial and operating officer for CFED.
The main Michigan Avenue bridge, connecting a "magic mile" of top drawer department stores, is actually based on the Alexander III bridge in Paris.
A DAGGER encrusted with jewels, given to Tsar Alexander III of Russia, was found on a street corner in Hollywood two days after it was stolen from the Queen Mary ocean liner-turned-hotel.
Although the ceremony now came to be conducted by the clergy, Pope Alexander III (1159-81) reaffirmed that the bride and groom, by giving free consent to the marriage, were the actual ministers of the sacrament.
Scholars have always been anxious to clear away these circumstantial mists in order to find out exactly how many eggs were commissioned by Tsar Alexander III and his son the murdered Tsar Nicholas II.
The original eggs were created in 1884, when Carl Faberge designed an Easter egg made of precious metals and gemstones for Emperor Alexander III to give to his wife, Czarina Maria.
One such example is the exceptional quality Faberge Imperial Presentation charka, made for the coronation of Tsar Alexander III in 1883, made by Faberge's first head workmaster Erik Kollin in St.
Edward IV and the Scottish King Alexander III, which were found during excavations at Jarrow, led by Coins from the reigns of Edward I, Edward IV and the Scottish King Alexander III, which were found during excavations at Jarrow, led by Durham University's Professor Rosemary Cramp, are also part of the exhibition, running until September 29.
The missing Imperial Easter Egg - designed by Carl Faberge for Russian Tsar Alexander III in 1887 - was purchased for around PS8,000 at the antiques sale.
With full color illustration as well as cataloguing and descriptive information about each object, the book contains a wealth of information on the coins, divided by ruler: Philip II, Alexander III, Philip II, Macedonia after the kings, the Persian kings, the Antigonid Dynasty, the Seleucid Dynasty, the Attalids, the Ptolemaic Dynasty, Lysimachus, and the Greek Dynasties in Bactria and India.
It should be stated at the outset that the book under review is not a traditional biography of Alexander III of Macedon (for such volumes already proliferate in contemporary scholarship), but rather "seeks to look deeply into the circumstances of his world in the belief that we cannot understand individuals apart from the cultures that condition their lives" (p.