Syrus, Publius

Syrus, Publius, a slave brought to Rome, and on account of his wit manumitted by his master; made his mark by composing memoirs and a collection of pithy sayings that appear to have been used as a school-book; flourished in 45 B.C.

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

Syrtis, Major and Minor * Système de la Nature
Synergism
Synesius, Bishop Ptolemais
Synod
Synoptic Gospels
Syra
Syracuse
Syria
Syrianus
Syrinx
Syrtis, Major and Minor
Syrus, Publius
Système de la Nature
Syzygy
Szechuan
Szegedin
Tabard
Tabernacle
Table Mountain
Tables, The Twelve
Tablets
Table-turning