Juvenal (42120)

Juvenal, a celebrated Latin poet and satirist, born at Aquinum; a friend of Martial and contemporary of Statius and Quintilian; his satires, 16 in number, are written in indignant scorn of the vices of the Romans under the Empire, and in the descriptions of which the historian finds a portrait of the manners and morals of the time (42120).

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

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Jury
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Justice, Bed of
Justiciary Court
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Justinian I.
Justinian Pandects
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Juvenal
Juxon, William
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Kabul
Kabyles
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Kaffirs
Kafiristan
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Kaisar-i-Hind

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