Agis (d. 240 B.C.)

Agis (A`gis) , the name of several Spartan kings, of whom the most famous were Agis III. and IV., the former famous for his resistance to the Macedonian domination, d. 330 B.C.; and the latter for his attempts to carry a law for the equal division of land, (d. 240 B.C.)

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

Agincourt` * Aglaia
Ag`athon
Ag`athon, St.
Ag`de
A`gen
Ages
Agesan`der
Agesila`us
Aggas, Ralph
Agglutinate languages
Agincourt`
A`gis
Aglaia
Ag`nadel
Agna`no, Lake of
Agnello, Col d'
Agnes
Agnes, St.
Agnes de Méranie
Agnes Sorel
Agne`si, Maria Gætana
Ag`ni

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Agis in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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