ANTINOUS

, in Astronomy, a part of the constellation aquila, or the eagle.

ANTIOCHIAN Sect, or Academy, a name given to the sifth academy or branch of academics. It took its name from being founded by Antiochus, a philosopher contemporary with Cicero; and it succeeded the Philonian academy. Though Antiochus was really a stoic, and only nominally an academic.

Antiochian epocha, a method of computing time from the proclamation of liberty granted to the city of Antioch, about the time of the battle of Pharsalia.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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ANTECIANS
ANTES
ANTICS
ANTICUM
ANTILOGARITHM
* ANTINOUS
ANTIPARALLELS
ANTIPODES
ANTISCIANS
APERTURE
APHELION