Arrian, Flavius

Arrian, Flavius (Ar`rian, Flavius) , a Bithynian, a friend of Epictetus the Stoic, edited his “Enchiridion”; wrote a “History of Alexander the Great,” and “Periplus,” an account of voyages round the Euxine and round the Red Sea; b. 100, and died at an advanced age.

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

Ar`ria * Arrow-headed characters
Arnott, Dr. Neil
Arou`et
Ar`pad
Arpi`no (Arpinium)
Arqua
Arrack
Ar`rah
Arran
Arras
Ar`ria
Ar`rian, Flavius
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Arru Islands
Ar`saces I.
Arsacidæ
Arsin`oë
Arta, Gulf of
Arts, The
Artaxer`xes
Arte`di
Ar`tegal