Aspasia

Aspasia (Aspa`sia) , a woman remarkable for her wit, beauty, and culture, a native of Miletus; being attracted to Athens, came and settled in it; became the wife of Pericles, and her home the rendezvous of all the intellectual and wise people of the city, Socrates included; her character was often both justly and unjustly assailed.

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

Asp * As`pern
Ash`taroth
Ash`ton-under-Lyne
Asia
Asia Minor
Askew, Anne
Askew, Antony
Asmode`us
Asmonæ`ans
Aso`ka
Asp
Aspa`sia
As`pern
Asphalt
Asphaltic Lake
As`phodel
Asphyx`ia
Aspinwall
Aspromon`te
Asquini, Count
Assab Bay
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