Veii

Veii, an ancient city of Etruria, and in early times a formidable rival of Rome, from which it was only 12 m. distant. The Romans under Camillus laid siege to it, and it baffled them for 10 years.

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

Vehmgerichte * Veit, Philipp
Vaughan, Charles John
Vaughan, Henry
Vaughan, Herbert, Cardinal
Vauvenargues, Marquis de
Vedanga
Vedânta
Vedas
Veddas
Vega, Lopez de la
Vehmgerichte
Veii
Veit, Philipp
Velasquez, Diego de Silva
Vendée, La
Vendémiaire
Vendetta
Vendôme, Louise Joseph, Duc de
Venezuela
Vengeur, Le
Venice
Ventnor