Palatine

Palatine, one of the seven hills of ancient Rome, and, according to tradition, the first to be occupied, and forming the nucleus of the city; it became one of the most aristocratic quarters of the city, and was chosen by the first emperors for their imperial residence.

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

Palatinate * Palatine Count
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Paladin
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Palæologus
Palæontology
Palafox, Don Joseph
Palais Royal
Palamedes
Palanquin
Palatinate
Palatine
Palatine Count
Palatine Counties
Pale, The
Palenque
Palermo
Pales
Palestine
Palestrina
Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi de
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