Social War

Social War, name given to an Insurrection of the allied States in Italy against the domination of Rome, and which lasted from 90 to 88 B.C., in consequence of their exclusion from the rights of citizenship and the privileges attached; they formed a league to assert their rights, which ended in defeat.

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

Socage * Socialism
Snake River
Snake-stones
Snider, Jacob
Snodgrass, Augustus
Snorri Sturlason
Snowdon
Soane, Sir John
Sobieski
Sobraon
Socage
Social War
Socialism
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Society Islands
Society of Jesus
Socinians
Socinus, Faustus
Sociology
Socotra
Socrates
Socrates, Apology of