Antony, St. (251351)

Antony, St. (An`tony, St.) , a famous anchorite of the Thebaïd, where from the age of thirty he spent 20 years of his life, in a lonely ruin by himself, resisting devils without number; left his retreat for a while to institute monasteries, and so became the founder of monachism, but returned to die; festival, Jan. 17 (251351).

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

Anto`nius, Marcus * Antony of Padua
Antofagas`ta
Antommar`chi
Antonelli, Cardinal
Antonel`lo
Antoni`nus, Itinerary of
Antoni`nus
Antoni`nus Pius
Antoni`nus, Wall of
Anto`nius, Marcus
Anto`nius, Marcus
An`tony, St.
Antony of Padua
Antraigues, Count d'
Ant`rim
Antwerp
Anu`bis
Anwari
An`ytus
Aos`ta
Apa`ches
Apel`les