Miletus

Miletus, the foremost Ionian city of ancient Asia Minor, at the mouth of the Mæander, was the mother of many colonies, and the port from which vessels traded to all the Mediterranean countries and to the Atlantic; its carpets and cloth were far-famed; its first greatness passed away when Darius stormed it in 494 B.C., and it was finally ruined by the Turks; Thales the philosopher and Cadmus the historian were among its famous sons.

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

Milan Decree * Military Orders
Midrash
Mights and Rights
Migne, the Abbé
Mignet, François August
Mignon
Miguel, Don
Mikado
Miklosich, Franz von
Milan
Milan Decree
Miletus
Military Orders
Militia
Milky Way
Mill, James
Mill, John Stuart
Millais, Sir John Everett
Millbank Prison
Miller, Hugh
Miller, William
Millet, Jean François

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