High Places

High Places, elevated spots on which altars were erected for worship in the rude belief that, as they were nearer heaven than the plains and valleys, they were more favourable places for prayer. The practice of worship on these spots, though from the first forbidden, became frequent among the Jews, and was with difficulty abolished, though denounced time after time by the prophets as an affront to Jehovah.

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

High Church * High Seas
Hicks, Elias
Hicks-Beach, Sir Michael Edward
Hierapolis
Hiero I.
Hiero II.
Hieronymus
Higden, Ralph
Higgins, Matthew James
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth
High Church
High Places
High Seas
Highgate
Hilarion, St.
Hilary, St.
Hildebrand
Hildesheim
Hill, Rev. Rowland
Hill, Sir Rowland
Hill, Viscount
Hillel