Silius Italicus

Silius Italicus, a Roman poet; was consul in the year of Nero's death, and his chief work an epic “Punica,” relating the events of the Second Punic War, a dull performance.

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

Silistria * Silliman, Benjamin
Sigurd
Sikhs
Sikkim
Silage
Silence, Worship of
Silenus
Silesia
Silesia, Austrian
Silhouette
Silistria
Silius Italicus
Silliman, Benjamin
Silloth
Silures
Silvanus
Silver Age
Simeon, St.
Simeon Stylites
Simferopol
Simla
Simms, William Gilmore

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