Carpocrates

Carpocrates (Carpoc`rates) , a Gnostic of Alexandria of the 2nd century, who believed in the transmigration of the soul and its final emancipation from all external bonds and obligations, by means of concentrated meditation on the divine unity, and a life in conformity therewith; was the founder of a sect called after his name.

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

Carpio * Carrara
Carpaccio, Vittore
Carpathians
Carpeaux, Jean Baptiste
Carpentaria, Gulf of
Carpenter, Mary
Carpenter, William Benjamin
Carpi, Girolamo da
Carpi, Ugo da
Carpini
Carpio
Carpoc`rates
Carrara
Carrel, Armand
Carrick
Carrickfergus
Carrier, Jean Baptiste
Carrière, Moritz
Carrol, Lewis
Carse
Carson, Kit
Carstairs, William