Anacharsis

Anacharsis, a Scythian philosopher of the 6th century B.C., who, in his roamings in quest of wisdom, arrived at Athens, and became the friend and disciple of Solon, but was put to death on his return home by his brother; he stands for a Scythian savant living among a civilised people, as well as for a wise man living among fools.

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

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Am`ran range
Amrit`sar
Am`ru
Amsterdam
Amur`
Amurnath
Amyot, Jacques
Amyot, Joseph
Anabaptists
Anab`asis
Anacharsis
Anacharsis Clootz
Anacon`da
Anac`reon
Anacreon of Painters
Anadyom`ene
Anadyr
Anag`ni
Anahuac`
An`akim
Anam`alah Mountains

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