Minerva

Minerva, the Roman virgin goddess of wisdom and the arts, identified with the Greek Athena (q.v.); born full-armed from the brain of Jupiter, and representing his thinking, calculating, inventive power, and third in rank to him.

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

Minarets * Minerva Press
Milne-Edwards, Henri
Milner, Viscount
Milner, Joseph
Milo
Miltiades
Milton, John
Milwaükee
Mimes
Mimir
Minarets
Minerva
Minerva Press
Minghetti, Marco
Minims
Minneapolis
Minnesingers
Minnesota
Minorca
Minos
Minotaur
Minstrels

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Alcæus
Astori, John Anthony
Averani, Joseph
Bembo, Pietro
Bocchi, Achilles
Buonarroti, Michel Angelo
Bzovius, Abraham
Casanata, Jerome
Coligni, Henrietta
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