Augeas

Augeas (Auge`as) , a legendary king of Elis, in Greece, and one of the Argonauts; had a stable with 3000 oxen, that had not been cleaned out for 30 years, but was cleansed by Hercules turning the rivers Peneus and Alpheus through it; the act a symbol of the worthless lumber a reformer must sweep away before his work can begin, the work of reformation proper.

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

Aufklärung, The * Auger
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Audley, Sir Thomas, Lord
Au`douin, Jean Victor
Audran, Gerard
Au`dubon, John James
Au`enbrugger
Au`erbach, Bertholo
Au`ersperg, Count von
Auf`recht, Theodor
Aufklärung, The
Auge`as
Auger
Au`gereau, Pierre François Charles
Au`gier, Émile
Augs`burg
Augsburg Confession
Augurs
August
Augusta
Augustan Age
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