Ancona

Ancona (Anco`na) , a port of Italy in the Adriatic, second to that of Venice; founded by Syracusans.

Population (circa 1900) given as 56,000.

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

Ancillon, Frederick * Ancre, Marshal
Ancelot
Ancenis
Ancestor-worship
Anchieta
Anchi`ses
Anchitherium
Anchovy
Anchovy pear
Ancient Mariner
Ancillon, Frederick
Anco`na
Ancre, Marshal
Ancus Marcius
Andalusia
Andamans
Andelys, Les
Andermatt
Andersen, Hans Christian
Anderson, James
Anderson, James
Anderson, John

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Bacci, Andrew
Bartolo
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