Archelaus

Archelaus (Archela`us) , king of Macedonia, and patron of art and literature, with whom Euripides found refuge in his exile, d. 400 B.C.; a general of Mithridates, conquered by Sulla twice over; also the Ethnarch of Judea, son of Herod, deposed by Augustus, died at Vienne.

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

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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
Archil`ochus
Archima`go
Archime`des of Syracuse
Archimed`es screw
Archipel`ago
Architrave