Sanhedrim

Sanhedrim, a council of the Jews which held its sittings in Jerusalem, and claimed authority and jurisdiction over the whole Jewish people; it was an aristocratic body, and was presided over by the high-priest; its authority was limited from time to time, and it ceased to exist with the fall of Jerusalem; there is no note of its existence prior to the Grecian period of Jewish history.

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

Sangraal * Sankara
Sandeau, Léonard Jules
Sandemanians
Sanderson, Burdon
Sanderson, Robert
Sandhurst
Sandringham
Sandwich
Sandwich Islands
Sangha
Sangraal
Sanhedrim
Sankara
Sankhya
Sannazaro, Jacopo
Sans Souci
Sansculottes
Sansculottism
Sanskrit
Santa-Anna, Antonio de
Santa Claus
Santa Cruz

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