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See also: Emperor Alexius (disambiguation)
See also: King Alexander (disambiguation)
Emperor Alexander may refer to:
- Alexander the Great (326-323 BCE), a Macedonian king who conquered much of the Ancient Near East
- Alexander Severus (208–235), was a Roman Emperor (222-235) of the Severan dynasty.
- Domitius Alexander, Roman usurper who declared himself emperor in 311.
- Alexander (Byzantine emperor) (ca. 870–913), was Byzantine Emperor (912–913).
- Alexander I of Russia (1777–1825), was Emperor of Russia (1801–1825), King of Poland (1815–1825), and Grand Prince of Finland (1809–1825).
- Alexander II of Russia (1818–1881), was Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Prince of Finland, (1855–1881).
- Alexander III of Russia (1845–1894), was Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Prince of Finland, (1881–1894).
- U.S. Army General Keith B. Alexander (1951-), director of the United States National Security Agency, (2005-2014).
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