Berenice

Berenice (Bereni`ce) , a Jewish widow, daughter of Herod Agrippa, with whom Titus was fascinated, and whom he would have taken to wife, had not the Roman populace protested, from their Anti-Jewish prejudice, against it. The name was a common one among Egyptian as well as Jewish princesses.

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

Berenger, Thomas * Beresford, William Carr, Viscount
Ber`berah
Berbers
Berbice
Berbrugger
Berchta
Bercy
Bere`ans
Berenger
Berenger I.
Berenger, Thomas
Bereni`ce
Beresford, William Carr, Viscount
Beresi`na
Berezov`
Berg, Duchy of
Ber`gamo
Bergasse
Bergen
Bergen-op-Zoom
Ber`genroth, Gustav Adolph
Bergerac

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