Alcmeonidæ

Alcmeonidæ, a powerful Athenian family, of which Pericles and Alcibiades were members, who professed to be descended from Alcmæon, the grandson of Nestor.

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

Alcme`ne * Alcock, John
Alcan`tara
Alceste
Alces`tis
Alchemy
Alcibi`ades
Alci`des
Alcin`ous
Alci`ra
Alcman
Alcme`ne
Alcmeonidæ
Alcock, John
Alcohol
Alcoholism
Alcoran`
Alcott, Louisa Mary
Alcoy
Al`cuin
Alcy`one
Alde`baran
Aldehyde