Colossus

Colossus, any gigantic statue, specially one of Apollo in bronze, 120 ft. high, astride over the mouth of the harbour at Rhodes, reckoned one of the seven wonders of the world, erected in 280 B.C., destroyed by an earthquake 56 years after, and sold to a Jew centuries later for old metal; besides this are celebrated the statue of Memnon at Thebes, the Colossi of Athene in the Parthenon at Athens, and of Zeus at Olympia and at Tarentum, as well as others of modern date; for instance, Germania, 112 ft. high, in the Niederwald, and Liberty enlightening the World, 160 ft. high, in New York harbour.

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

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Colombo
Colon
Colonna
Colonna, Victoria
Colonne, Edouard
Colonus
Colophon
Colora`do
Colossæ
Colossians, The Epistle to the
Colossus
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Colour-blindness
Colour-sergeant
Colquhoun, John
Colston, Edward
Colt, Samuel
Columba, St.
Columban, St.
Columbia
Columbia, British

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