Arcadia

Arcadia (Arca`dia) , a mountain-girt pastoral tableland in the heart of the Morea, 50 m. long by 40 broad, conceived by the poets as a land of shepherds and shepherdesses, and rustic simplicity and bliss, and was the seat of the worship of Artemis and Pan.

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

Ar`cachon * Arca`dius
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
Archæology
Archangel
Archangels
Archela`us
Archer, James
Archer, Wm.
Ar`ches, Court of
Ar`chil

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