Sabines

Sabines, an ancient Italian people of the Aryan stock, near neighbours of ancient Borne, a colony of whom is said to have settled on the Quirinal, and contributed to form the moral part of the Roman people. Numa, the second king of the city, was a Sabine. See Romulus.

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

Sabine, Sir Edward * Sable Island
Saarbrück
Sabadell
Sabæans
Sabaoth
Sabathai, Levi
Sabbath
Sabellianism
Sabianism
Sabine
Sabine, Sir Edward
Sabines
Sable Island
Sabots
Sacerdotalism
Sacheverel, Henry
Sachs, Hans
Sachs, Julius
Sackville, Thomas, Earl of Dorset
Sacrament
Sacramentarian
Sacramento

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