Arezzo

Arezzo, an ancient Tuscan city, 38 m. SE. of Florence, and eventually subject to it; the birthplace of Mæcenas, Michael Angelo, Petrarch, Guido, and Vasari.

Population (circa 1900) given as 44,000.

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

Areti`no, Pietro * Ar`gali
Ardennes
Ar`doch
Arends, Leopold
Areopagitica
Areop`agus
Arequi`pa
A`rés
Aretæ`us
Arethu`sa
Areti`no, Pietro
Arezzo
Ar`gali
Argan`
Argand
Argelan`der
Ar`gens, Marquis d'
Argenson, René-Louis, Marquis d'
Argentine Republic
Ar`go
Ar`golis
Ar`gon

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Acciaioli, Donato
Accolti, Benedetto
Accolti, Francis
Albergotti, Francis
Ammirato, Scipio
Angelo, James
Aretino, Charles
Aretino, Guido
Aretino, Peter
Bacchini, Bernardin
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