Numidia

Numidia (i.e. land of Nomads), ancient country in North Africa, nearly co-extensive with Algiers, the inhabitants of which were of the Berber race, were brave but treacherous, and excelled in horsemanship; sided at first with the Carthaginians in the Punic Wars (q.v.), and finally with Rome, till the country itself was reduced by Cæsar to a Roman province.

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

Numbers, Book of * Numismatics
Novalis
Novatian
November
Novgorod
Nox
Noyades
Nubia
Numa Pompilius
Numantia
Numbers, Book of
Numidia
Numismatics
Numitor
Nuneaton
Nur ed-Din, Mahmoud
Nüremberg
Nutation
Nyanza, Albert
Nyanza, Victoria
Nyassa, Lake
Nyassaland

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