Hecuba

Hecuba, the wife of Priam, king of Troy; distinguished both as a wife and a mother; on the fall of the city she fell into the hands of the Greeks, and, according to one tradition, was made a slave, and, according to another, threw herself in despair into the sea.

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

Hector * Hedonism
Hebrides
Hebron
Hecatæus of Miletus
Hecate
Hecker, Friedrich Karl Franz
Hecker, Justus Friedrich Karl
Heckmondwike
Hecla
Hectic Fever
Hector
Hecuba
Hedonism
Heem, Jan Davidsz van
Heeren, Ludwig
Hefele, Karl Joseph von
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
Hegelianism
Hege`sias
Hegesippus
Heidelberg
Heijn

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