Fabii

Fabii, a family of ancient Rome of 307 members, all of whom perished in combat with the Veii, 477 B.C., all save one boy left behind in Rome, from whom descended subsequent generations of the name.

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

Fabian Society * Fabius Pictor
Eyck, Jan van
Eylau
Eyre, Edward John
Eyre, Jane
Ezekiel
Ezra
Faber, Frederick William
Faber, George Stanley
Fabian, St.
Fabian Society
Fabii
Fabius Pictor
Fabius Quintus
Fabius Quintus
Fabius, The American
Fable of the Bees
Fabliaux
Fabre, Jean
Fabre d'Eglantine
Fabricius, Caius
Fabricius

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