Alesia

Alesia (Ale`sia) , a strong place in the E. of Gaul, which, as situated on a hill and garrisoned by 80,000 Gauls, cost Cæsar no small trouble to take.

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

Alep`po * Alesius
Al`drich
Aldrovan`di, Ulysses
Aldus Manutius
Alec`to
Aleman`
Aleman`ni
Alemte`jo
Alençon
Alençon, Counts and Dukes of
Alep`po
Ale`sia
Alesius
Alessandria
Alessi
Aletsch Glacier, The
Aleu`tian Islands
Alexander the Great
Alexander, St.
Alexander, Solomon
Alexander III.
Alexander VI.