Curtius

Curtius, a noble youth of Roman legend who leapt on horseback full-armed into a chasm in the Forum, which the soothsayers declared would not close unless at the sacrifice of what Rome held dearest, and which he did, judging that the wealth of Rome lay in its citizens, and tradition says the chasm thereupon immediately closed.

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

Curtis, George William * Curtius, Ernst
Curé of Meudon
Cure`tes
Cureton, William
Curiatii
Curle, Edmund
Curling
Curran, John Philpot
Currie, James
Currie, Sir Philip
Curtis, George William
Curtius
Curtius, Ernst
Curtius, Georg
Curtius, Quintus Rufus
Curtmantle
Curule chair
Curwen, John
Curzon, George Nathaniel, Lord
Cushing
Cushman, Charlotte
Custine, Count de

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