Ænesidemus

Ænesidemus, a sceptical philosopher, born in Crete, who flourished shortly after Cicero, and summed up under ten arguments the contention against dogmatism in philosophy. See “Schwegler,” translated by Dr. Hutchison Stirling.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Æ`neid * Æolian action
Ægi`na
Ægir
Ægis
Ægis`thus
Æl`fric
Ælia`nus, Claudius
Æmi`lius Paulus
Æne`as
Æneas Silvius
Æ`neid
Ænesidemus
Æolian action
Æolian Islands
Æo`lians
Æolotropy
Æ`olus
Æon
Æpyor`nis
Æ`qui
Aerated bread
Aerated waters