Mycenæ

Mycenæ, capital of Agamemnon's kingdom, in the NE. of the Peloponnesus, was in very ancient days a great city, but never recovered the invasion of the people of Argos in 468 B.C.; excavations point to its civilisation being more akin to Phoenician than Greek.

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

Muzaffer-ed-Din * Myrmidons
Murray, William
Murray River
Musæus, John August
Muscat
Muses, The
Muspelheim
Musselburgh
Musset, Alfred de
Mutsu Hito
Muzaffer-ed-Din
Mycenæ
Myrmidons
Mysore
Mystagogue
Mysteries
Mysticism
Nabob
Naboth
Nachtigal, Gustav
Nadir
Nadir Shah