Sun-Worship

Sun-Worship, the worship of the sun is conceived of as an impersonation of the deity, that originated among races so far advanced in civilisation as to recognise what they owed to its benignant influence, in particular as tillers of the soil, and, is associated with advance as the worship of Bacchus was, which could not originate prior to cultivation of the vine.

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

Sunnites * Suonada
Sumner, John Bird
Sumptuary Laws
Sumter, Fort
Sun, The
Sunda Islands
Sunderbunds
Sunderland
Sunderland, Charles Spencer, third Earl
Sunderland, Robert Spencer, second Earl of
Sunnites
Sun-Worship
Suonada
Supererogation, Works of
Super-Grammaticam
Superior, Lake
Superstition
Supralapsarianism
Supremacy, Royal
Surabaya
Surat
Surinam