Aratus

Aratus (Ara`tus) , native of Sicyon, in Greece, promoter of the Achæan League, in which he was thwarted by Philip of Macedon, was poisoned, it is said, by his order (271-213 B.C.); also a Greek poet, author of two didactic poems, born in Cilicia, quoted by St Paul in Acts xvii. 28.

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

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Aram, Eugene
Aramæa
Arama`ic
Aramæ`ans
Aran, Val d'
Aran Islands
Aranda, Count of
Aranju`ez
Ar`any, Janos
Ar`arat
Ara`tus
Arauca`nia
Arauca`ria
Arbe`la
Arbroath
Arbuthnot, John
Ar`cachon
Arca`dia
Arca`dius
Arcesila`us
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