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Apʹpian Way

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The oldest and best of all the Roman roads, leading from the Porta Capeʹna of Rome to Capʹua. This “queen of roads” was commenced by Appius Claudius, the decemvir, B.C. 313.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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A posteriori [Latin, from the latter]
Apostles
Apostles, where buried
Apostle Spoons
Apostles Creed (The)
Apostolic Fathers
Apostolic Majesty
Apparel
Appeal to the Country (An)
Appiades
Appian Way
Apple (Newton and the)
Apple-john (An)
Apple-pie Bed
Apple-pie Order
April
April Fool
April Gentleman (An)
April Squire (An)
A priori [Latin, from an antecedent]
Apron

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Ap`pian Way