Pancras, St.

Pancras, St., a boy martyr of 16, who suffered under the Diocletian persecution about 304, and is variously represented in mediæval legend as bearing a stone and sword, or a palm branch, and trampling a Saracen under foot, in allusion to his hatred of heathenism.

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

Panchatantra * Pandects
Paludan-Müller, Frederick
Pamela
Pamirs, The
Pampas
Pampeluna
Pan
Panama
Panama Canal
Panathenæa
Panchatantra
Pancras, St.
Pandects
Pandora
Pandours
Pandulf, Cardinal
Pange Lingua
Pánini
Panipat
Panizzi, Antonio
Pannonia
Panopticon

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