Ο Άγιος Αλέξανδρος επίσκοπος Αμαθούντος αγνοείται από τους συναξαριστές και η μνήμη του δεν εορτάζεται.
Cypriot Saint Alexander was Bishop of Amathus and lived during the last quarter of the 8th century. In 787 he took part along with other Cypriot bishops at the Seventh Ecumenical Synod in Nice, which restored the honour of holy icons. He is the second bishop of Amathus of the era of the Arab raids (648 -964 /4 AD) whose name we know (the first is John, after 654 AD), despite the shortcomings of the sources, Saint Alexander is mentioned in the records of the Synod, Mansi concil XII, 994 - 995.
Saint Alexander bishop of Amathus does not have a Synaxarium and his memory is not celebrated.