In Jungian analytical psychology, examples of the senex archetype in a positive form include the wise old man or wizard. The senex may also appear in a negative form as a devouring father (e.g. Ouranos, Cronus) or a doddering fool.
Sir Alan Lascelles used the pen-name "Senex" when writing to The Times in 1950 setting out the so-called Lascelles Principles concerning the monarch's right to refuse a prime minister's request for a general election.
Senex Energy Names Deutsche Bank as Successor Depositary Bank for the Sponsored Level I American Depositary Receipt Program
Oct 03, 2013; Deutsche Bank announced its appointment as successor depositary bank for the sponsored Level I American Depositary Receipt (ADR)...