Fasti, the name given to days among the Romans on which it was lawful to transact business before the prætor; also the name of books among the Romans containing calendars of times, seasons, and events.

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

Fascination * Fastolf, Sir John
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Farnese, Alessandro
Farnese, Alessandro
Farnese, Pietro Luigi
Faroe Islands
Farquhar, George
Farr, William
Farragut, David Glasgow
Farrar, Frederick William
Fastolf, Sir John
Fata Morgana
Fates, The
Father of Comedy
Father of Ecclesiastical History
Father of French History
Father of German Literature
Father of History
Father of Tragedy


Fasti in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Abbot, Robert [No. 3]
Adams, Thomas
Allibond, John
Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van
Andreas, Valerius
Angelio, Peter
Aubrey, John
Aylmer, John
Babington, Gervase
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