Marmora, Sea of

Marmora, Sea of, 175 m. long and 50 broad, lies between Europe and Asia Minor, opening into the Ægean through the Dardanelles and into the Baltic through the Bosphorus; the Gulf of Ismid indents the eastern coasts; Marmora, the largest island, has marble and alabaster quarries.

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

Marmontel, Jean François * Marne
Mark, Gospel according to
Mark, John
Mark Antony
Mark Twain
Markham, Clements Robert
Marlborough
Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke of
Marlowe, Christopher
Marmont
Marmontel, Jean François
Marmora, Sea of
Marne
Marochetti, Baron
Maronites
Maroons
Marot, Clement
Marprelate Tracts
Marque
Marquesas Islands
Marrow Controversy
Marryat, Frederick