Chrysëis

Chrysëis, the daughter of Chryses, priest of Apollo, a beautiful maiden who fell among the spoils of a victory to Agamemnon, and became his slave, and whom he refused to restore to her father until a deadly plague among the Greeks, at the hands of Apollo, whose priest her father was, compelled him to give her up.

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

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Christmas
Christology
Christophe, Henri
Christopher, St.
Christopher North
Christopher's, St.
Christ's Hospital
Chromatics
Chroniclers, The Rhyming
Chronicles i
Chrysëis
Chrysippus
Chrysolo`ras
Chrysostom, St. John
Chubb, Thomas
Chunder Sen
Chuquisa`ca
Church, Richard William
Church, States of the
Churchill, Charles
Churchill, Lord Randolph