Dioscuri

Dioscuri, twin sons of Zeus, Castor and Pollux, a stalwart pair of youths, of the Doric stock, great the former as a horse-breaker and the latter as a boxer; were worshipped at Sparta as guardians of the State, and pre-eminently as patrons of gymnastics; protected the hearth, led the army in war, and were the convoy of the traveller by land and the voyager by sea, which as constellations they are still held to be.

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

Dioscor`ides * Diphilus
Dione
Dionysius the Elder
Dionysius the Younger
Dionysius of Alexandria
Dionysius, St., the Areopagite
Dionysius of Halicarnassus
Dionysius Periegetes
Dionysus
Diophantus
Dioscor`ides
Dioscuri
Diphilus
Diphtheria
Dippel, Johann Konrad
Dippel's Oil
Dircæan Swan
Dirce
Directory, The
Dirschau
Dis
Discipline, The Two Books of

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