Ascanius

Ascanius (Asca`nius) , the son of Æneas, who trotted non passibus æquis (“with unequal steps”) by the side of his father as he escaped from burning Troy; was founder of Alba Longa.

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

As`calon * As`capart
Arveyron
Ar`yans
Ar`zew
Asafœ`tida
Asaph
Asaph, St.
Asbes`tos
Asbjörn`sen
As`bury, Francis
As`calon
Asca`nius
As`capart
Ascension
Aschaf`fenburg
Ascham, Roger
Aschersle`ben
Asclepi`ades
As`cot
As`gard
Asgill, John
Ash, John

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