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Jews of Alexandria who had, with the Libertines and Cyrenians, privileges of citizenship and access to a synagogue at Jerusalem. They were among those who disputed with Stephen (3 Macc 2:30; Acts 6:9).
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ALEXANDRIAN. A native of the Egyptian city of Alexandria (q.v.), which numbered more than 600,000 inhabitants in the first Christian century. The Alexandrians were quite cosmopolitan, as their location and previous history would prescribe. Most of the inhabitants of the city were either Egyptians (in
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ALEXAN´DRIAN. An inhabitant of Alexandria in Egypt, particularly a Jewish resident there (Acts 6:9; 18:24). The Jews, being highly valued as citizens, were encouraged to settle in the city and were admitted into the first of its three classes of citizens, having equal rights with the Greek inhabitants.
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