Caspian Sea

Caspian Sea, an inland sea, partly in Europe and partly in Asia, the largest in the world, being 600 m. from N. to S. and from 270 to 130 m. in breadth, with the Caucasus Mts. on the W. and the Elburz on the S., is the fragment of a larger sea which extended to the Arctic Ocean; shallow in the N., deep in the S.; the waters, which are not so salt as the ocean, abound in fish, especially salmon and sturgeon.

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

Caspari, Karl Paul * Cass, Lewis
Casaubon, Meric
Cascade Mountains
Caserta
Cashel
Cashmere
Casimir
Casimir-Perier
Casino
Casiri
Caspari, Karl Paul
Caspian Sea
Cass, Lewis
Cassagnac, Granier de
Cassagnac, Paul
Cassander
Cassandra
Cassano
Cassation, Court of
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Cassell, John
Cassianus, Joannus