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Just (The)

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Aristiʹdēs, the Athenian (died B.C. 468).

Baʹharam, styled Shah Endeb (the Just King), fifth of the Sassanʹidæ (q.v.) (276–296).

Casimir II., King of Poland (1117, 1177–1194).

Ferdinand I., King of Aragon (1373, 1412–1416).

Haroun al Raschid (The Just). The most renowned of the Abbasside califs, and the hero of several of the Arabian Nights stories (765, 786–808).

James II., King of Aragon (1261–1327).

Khosru or Chosroes, called by the Arabs Molk al Adel (the Just King).

Moran the Just, councillor of Feredach, King of Ireland.

Pedro I. of Portugal (1320, 1357, 1367).

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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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