Critias (450402 B.C.)

Critias, a pupil of Socrates, who profited so little by his master's teaching that he became the most conspicuous for his cruelty and rapacity of all the thirty tyrants set up in Athens by the Spartans (450402 B.C.).

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

Crispin * Criton
Creuzer
Crewe
Crichton, James
Crieff
Crillon
Crimea
Crimean War
Crinan Canal
Crispi, Francesco
Crispin
Critias
Criton
Croa`tia and Slavonia
Crockett, Samuel Rutherford
Crœsus
Croker, John Wilson
Croker, T. Crofton
Croll, James
Croly, George
Cromarty
Crome, John

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