Morea

Morea is the modern name of the ancient Peloponnesus, that remarkable peninsula, larger than Wales, which constitutes the southern half of Greece, and is joined to the mainland by the Isthmus of Corinth, less than 4 m. broad.

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

More, Sir Thomas * Moreau, Jean Victor
Moore, Thomas
Moors
Moraines
Moralities
Moravia
Moravians
Moray, James Stuart, Earl of
More, Hannah
More, Henry
More, Sir Thomas
Morea
Moreau, Jean Victor
Morganatic Marriage
Morgarten
Morghen, Raphael Sanzio Cavaliere
Morgue
Morisonianism
Morley, John
Mormon, Book of
Mormonism
Morny, Duc de

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