Arles

Arles, a city, one of the oldest in France, on the Rhône, 46 m. N. of Marseilles, where Constantine built a palace, with ruins of an amphitheatre and other Roman works; the seat of several Church Councils.

Population (circa 1900) given as 14,000.

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

Arlberg * Ar`lincourt, Viscount d'
Aristom`enes
Aristophanes
Ar`istotle
Aristox`enus of Tarentum
A`rius
Arizo`na
Ark of the Covenant
Arkans`as
Arkwright, Sir Richard
Arlberg
Arles
Ar`lincourt, Viscount d'
Ar`lington, Henry Bennet, Earl of
Ar`lon
Arma`da
Armageddon
Armagh
Armagnac
Armagnacs
Armato`les
Armed soldier of Democracy

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