Athos, Mount

Athos, Mount (A`thos, Mount) , or Monte Santo (6), a mountain 6780 ft. high at the southern extremity of the most northerly peninsula of Salonica, in Turkey, covered with monasteries, inhabited exclusively by monks of the Greek Church, and rich in curious manuscripts; the monks devote themselves to gardening, bee-culture, and other rural occupations, the more devout among them at one time celebrated for the edification they derived from the study of their own navels.

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

Athole, Sir John James Hugh Stewart-Murray, 7th Duke of * Atlanta
Athelney, Isle of
Athe`na
Athenæum
Athenæus
Athenag`oras
Ath`ens
Athlone
Athole
Athole-brose
Athole, Sir John James Hugh Stewart-Murray, 7th Duke of
A`thos, Mount
Atlanta
Atlantes
Atlantic, The
Atlan`tis
At`las
Atlas Mountains
Atman, The
At`oll
Atomic theory
Atomic weight

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