Pelasgi

Pelasgi, a people who in prehistoric times occupied Greece, the Archipelago, the shores of Asia Minor, and great part of Italy, and who were subdued, and more or less reduced to servitude, by the Hellenes, and supplanted by them. They appear to have been, so far as we find them, an agricultural people, settled and not roving about, and to have had strongholds enclosed in cyclopean walls, that is, walls consisting of huge boulders unconnected with cement.

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

Pelagius * Peleus
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Pegu
Pei-ho
Peirce, Benjamin
Peishwah
Pekin
Pelagius
Pelasgi
Peleus
Pelew Islands
Pelham
Pelias
Pelican
Pelides
Pelion
Pelissier
Pella
Pellegrini, Carlo

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