Burgundy

Burgundy was, prior to the 16th century, a Teutonic duchy of varying extent in the SE. and E. of France; annexed to France as a province in the 6th century; the country is still noted for its wines.

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

Burgoyne, Sir John * Burhanpur
Burckhardt, John Ludvig
Burder, George
Burdett, Sir Francis
Burdett-Coutts, The Right Honourable Angela Georgina, Baroness
Bureau
Bürger, Gottfried August
Burgkmair, Hans
Burgos
Burgoyne, John
Burgoyne, Sir John
Burgundy
Burhanpur
Buridan, Jean
Burke, Edmund
Burke, Sir John Bernard
Burke, Robert O'Hara
Burke, William
Burkitt, William
Burleigh, William Cecil, Lord
Burlingame, Anson
Burma

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Abelard, Peter
Adrian Vi.
Amyraut, Moses
Anselm
Arbaud, Francis
Aubriot, Hugo
Auge, Daniel D'
Avitus, Sextus Alcimus Ecditius
Beaufort, Henry
Behem, Martin
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