Vienne

Vienne, an ancient town of France, on the Rhône, 19 m. S. of Lyons; was the chief town of the Allobroges in Cæsar's time, and possesses relics of its connection with Rome; it manufactures silk and woollen fabrics, paper and iron goods, and has a trade in grain and wine.

Population (circa 1900) given as 22,000.

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

Vienna * Vigfusson, Gudbrand
Vico, Giovanni Battista
Victor, Claude Perrin
Victor, St.
Victor Emmanuel II.
Victoria
Victoria, Alexandrina
Victoria Cross
Victoria Nyanza
Vidar
Vienna
Vienne
Vigfusson, Gudbrand
Vigny, Alfred, Comte de
Vigo
Vikings
Villari
Villars, Duc de
Villenage
Villeneuve, Silvestre
Villeroi, Duc de
Villiers, Charles Pelham

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Boissard, John James
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