Commodus, Lucius Aurelius

Commodus, Lucius Aurelius (Com`modus, Lucius Aurelius) , Roman emperor, son and successor of Marcus Aurelius; carefully trained, but on his father's death threw up the reins and gave himself over to every form of licentiousness; poison administered by his mistress Marcia being slow in operating, he was strangled to death by a hired athlete in 162.

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

Committee of Public Safety * Common Law
Comenius, John Amos
Comet
Comines
Comines, Philippe de
Comitia
Comity of nations
Commandite, Société en
Commelin, Isaac
Commentaries of Julius Cæsar
Committee of Public Safety
Com`modus, Lucius Aurelius
Common Law
Common-sense, Philosophy of
Commune, The
Communism
Comne`nus
Como, Lake of
Comorin, Cape
Comoro Isles
Comparetti
Compiègne