Ammon

Ammon (Am`mon) , an Egyptian deity, represented with the head of a ram, who had a temple at Thebes and in the Lybian Desert; was much resorted to as an oracle of fate; identified in Greece with Zeus, and in Rome with Jupiter.

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

Ammirato * Ammonia
Ames, Joseph
Amha`ra
Amherst, Lord
Amice
Am`iel
Amiens`
Amiran`tes
Ammana`ti, Bartolomeo
Ammia`nus Marcelli`nus
Ammirato
Am`mon
Ammonia
Ammonio, Andrea
Ammonites
Ammonites
Ammo`nius Saccas
Amnion
Amœba
Amomum
Amorites
Amory, Thomas

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