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Apennine, the greatest mountain in Italy

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Aracynthus, a town on the confines of Attica and Bæotia

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Araxes, & river in Armenia, that bore down a bridge Alexander built over it

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Ardea, consternation of the inhabitants at conflagration of their city

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Arethusa, a fountain, or Fountain-Nymph in Sicily

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Ascanius: his father Æneas's great love to him...

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Ascræan poet, the

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Sage, Hesiod, who was born at Ascræa, a village of Bæotia

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Atys ruled in Alba

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Aurunci, or Ausones, the most ancient inhabitants of Italy

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Baccar, or Ladies-glove, thought to have virtue against fascination

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Bacchus, the God of Wine, invoked

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Banquet offered by Latinus to Æneas and the Trojans
Battle, a bloody one between Æneas and the Latins

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a method of restoring their kind, if their breed were lost

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the history of the invention of restoring them

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Bellua Lernæ, a snake in the Lake Lerna, destroyed by Hercules

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Benacus, a lake in the territory of Verona

v. 2, Æ. Berecynthia, the Mother of the Gods, her petition to Jupiter

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Bianor, son of Tiber and the nymph Manto, founded Mantua

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Bisaltæ, a people of Macedon

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Bistonian King. Tereus, changed into a hoopoo ..

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Briareus, a giant feigned to have had a hundred hands ...

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Britomartis, the ill-fated, invoked by her mother, Carme, as an example to Scylla

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Cæsar Augustus : the Romans envied for their haj.piness in having him as their prince

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Virgil's prayer for the continuance of his life

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Cæsar Julius. Prodigies attending his death. The Sun sympathises

with Rome by hiding his bright head ; the Earth also yawns,
and rivers stop their courses, &c.

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Cadmus, the two sons of, engaged in mortal strife with each other

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Cassandra, Priam's daughter, foretells the ruin of the Trojans

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Cattle : murrain among them

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Chimæra, a monster that vomited flames ...

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Codrus, king of Athens, who died for his country
Colchian Mother, the, meditating her children's death

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Consualia

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Contentment, a remarkable example of, in an old Corycian

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Country life, the happiness of it most beautifully described

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Creation, description of, according to the Epicurean system

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