Callisthenes

Callisthenes (Callis`thenes) , a disciple of Aristotle, who accompanied Alexander the Great to India, and was put to death by his order for remonstrating with him on his adoption of the manners and style of the potentates of the East, but professedly on a charge of treason.

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

Calli`ope * Callis`tratus
Calisto
Calixtus
Calixtus, George
Calla`o
Callcott, John Wall
Callernish
Callic`rates
Callim`achus
Callimachus
Calli`ope
Callis`thenes
Callis`tratus
Callot, Jacques
Calmet, Augustine
Calms, The
Calomar`de, Duke
Calonne, Charles Alexandre de
Caloric
Calorius, Abraham
Calotype
Calpë