Alexander of Paris
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Alexander of Paris, also known as Alexander of Bernay, was a Norman poet of the 12th century, who wrote Li romans d'Alexandre (Romance of Alexander), one of the first poems written in French on the mythical exploits of Alexander the Great. It was composed in twelve-syllabled lines, called after him alexandrines. He was born in Bernay, Eure.
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