An Ishmaelite sect of the Assassins, who continued to exist after the stronghold of that society was destroyed. They held secret meetings for receptions and possessed signs, words, and a catechism. The Ainsarii are discussed in The Asian Mystery Illustrated in the Ansaireeh or Nusairis of Syria by Samuel Lyde, 1860.
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