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Ale'xius (*)Ale/cios), Patriarch of CONSTANTINOPLE, a member of the monastery of Studius (founded A. D. 460), succeeded Eustathius as Patriarch A. D. 1025. In A. D. 1034 he crowned Michael IV. the favourite of Zoe, who, to make way for him, procured the death of her husband, the Emperor Romanus. He thwarted the attempts of John (the emperor's brother) to gain the patriarchal see (A. D. 1036), and died A. D. 1043. Decrees of his are extant, ap. Jus Gr. Rom. vol. i. lib. iv. p. 250, Leunclav. Francof. 1596. See Fabric. Bibl. Gr. vol. xi. p. 558. [A.J.
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been usually attributed to Docinmus, or Docimius, and is of a later date than Eustathius. (Reiz. Index Nom. Prop. in Harmenop. s. vv. Masister; Patricius, *Mikro\n, in Meerman. Thes. Suppl. pp. 389-400; Zachariae, Hist. Jur. Gr. Rom. Delin. § 47.) *(Upo/mnhma The names of Eustathius and Romanus occur several times in the Scholia on the Basilica, e. g. Basil. iv. p. 489, iii. p. 340. 56. 480, 7.678. 694. The *(Upo/mnhma of Eustathius is cited Basil. iii. p. 116. It is a tract of the date A. D. 1025, de Duobus Consobrinis qui Duas Consobrinas duxerant. Editions It is printed in the collection of Leunclavius (J. G. R. i. p. 414). *U(po/mnhma *Eu)staqi/ou peri\ *Bi/ou (sic) tou= *(rwmai/ou Heimbach (Anecdota, i. p. lxvi.) mentions a manuscript in the Vatican at Rome (cod. 226, fol. 294-300) under the title *U(po/mnhma *Eu)staqi/ou peri\ *Bi/ou (sic) tou= *(rwmai/ou. He supposes that the title ought to be read *(Upo/mnhma peri\ bi/ou *Eu)staqi/ou tou= *(rwmai/ou. *Pei=ra, or Pra
1 Sergeant-Major. 82 Privates. 1 Quartermaster's Sergeant.     1 Commissary-Sergeant.     1 Hospital Steward.     2 Principal Musicians.         15   101   Ten companies, 101 each 1010 Field and Staff 15   Total 1025 In the minimum organization the formation, and number of officers, was the same; but the number of privates was placed at 64, making the total of the minimum, 845. The newly recruited regiments, accordingly, ranged in numbers from 845 to 1025. The most of them left their rendezvous with full ranks, especially those which were raised under the second call for troops, in 1862. As their numbers became reduced by disease and wounds, fresh recruits were added, so that the total enrollment of a regiment was often increased several hundred before its term of service expired. Nominally, an infantry regiment consisted of one thousand men, less the depletion incidental to its service, the actual number of effectives being far below
and his compeers derived their knowledge from this source, and the services of Terpander are probably limited to inventing a method of expressing musical sounds, and perhaps of setting poetry to music. Fame enough for one man. The Egyptian harps are shown, resting on the ground, supported in front of the person in marching, supported on a stool, and resting on the shoulder; the latter at Eleythya. The present scale of musical notation is ascribed to Guido Aretino, a Tuscan monk, about 1025. Hermes invented the harp with three strings, causing the three several sounds; the base, treble, and mean. — Diodorus Siculus. From the song, the rhythm, and the instruments, all Thracian music is supposed to be Asiatic. The Orphic ceremonies had their origin among this people (Strabo). The instruments were the cithera, pipes, cotylae (probably castanets or cymbals); embracing wind, stringed, and percussion instruments. Terpander of Lesbos added three strings to the lyre; he caus
mended by Gen. R. E. Lee in general orders, No. 14, February 3, 1864. No. 67—(1025) In Perrin's brigade, Third corps, army of Northern Virginia, May, 1864. No. ave and unconquerable spirits. Approved February 16, 1864. No. 67—(966, 976, 1025) Perrin's brigade, Lee's army, May, 1864. Mentioned in reports of battles of t2) Mentioned by General Lee as having re-enlisted, February 10, 1864. No. 67—(1025) Perrin's brigade, Third corps, Lee's army of Northern Virginia, May, 1864. N 31st. No. 49—(685, 901) Assignment as above to December 31, 1863. No.67—(1025) Assignment as above, May, 1864, Rapidan to the James. No. 88—(1218) Assignmex campaign, April, 1865, Capt. Samuel Sellers in command of regiment. No. 96—(1025) Regiment transferred from Archer's brigade, Heth's division, Third corps, to Saisted for the war, as announced by Gen. R. E. Lee, February 15, 1864. No. 67—(1025) In Perrin's brigade, Anderson's division, May, 1864.