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ARCiprus, obtains the prize for comedy, A REOBINDA, consul of Rome, 434 - another, B.C. 415.

506. See AREOBINDUS. ARCHITECTURE, flourishes in Greece, B.C. AREOBINDUS, father of Dagalaiphus, called

552 and 442—the pointed Gothic, intro- Areobinda, as consul, 434–commands in duced, A.D. 1180.

the African expedition sent by TheodoARCHONS, first appointed at Athens on the sius II., 441.

death of Codrus, hold their office for life, AREOBINDUS, son of Dagalaiphus, sent B.C. 1044 (1070 H.)-limited to ten years, against the Persians, 503-called Areo. 752-made annual, 683.

binda, as consul, 506-engaged in the ARCHYTAS of Tarentum, philosopher and circus-factions at CP., 507.

mathematician, redeems Plato when sold AREOBINDUS, defeated and slain by Gonas a slave by Dionysius, B.C. 360.

tharis, in Africa, 545. ARCOLA, victory of Bonaparte over Al- AREOPAGUS, an Athenian court of justice; vinzi at, Nov. 15, 16, 17, 1796.

its power limited by Pericles, B.C. 461 – ARCOT, taken by Mr. Clive, 1751—the na- St. Paul appears before it, A.D. 52.

bob of, submits to Lally, Oct. 4, 1758- ARETE, daughter of Aristippus of Cyrene. taken by Col. Coote, Feb. 9, 1760--by teaches the philosophy of Socrates in the Hyder Ali, Oct. 30, 1780—thé nabob of, Cyrenaic school, B.C. 365, applies to the court of Chancery against ARETINO, Guido, invents his musical scale,

the East India Company, July 27, 1791. 1022. ARCTIC EXPEDITIONS. See FRANKLIN, Ross, ARETINO, Leonardo Bruno, the future his

PARRY, BACK, Lyon, and M'CLURE, and torian of Florence, is epistolary secretary NORTH WEST PASSAGE.

to pope John XXIII., 1413-d. 1444. ARCTINUS, poet, A. at Miletus, B.C. 776. AREUS I., Agidan k. of Lacedæmon, B.C. ARDABURIUS, consul of Rome, 427-com- 309-foils the attempt of his uncle, Cle

mands the Roman army in Persia, 420- onymus, to supplant him, 272-slain at defeats the Persian gen. Narses, 421- Corinth, 265. sent by Theodosius against John Primi- A REUS II., posthumous son of Acrotatus, cerius, 424.

Agidan k. of Lacedæmon, B.C. 264-d. ARDABURIUS (called by some Ardabures), 256.

son of Aspar, consul of Rome, 447 ARFBERG, Henry Dusner Von, grand master killed with his father and brother by of the Teutonic Knights in Prussia, 1345. the emperor Leo I., 471.

ARGÆUS, the mountain on which the PauliARDEA, a Latin town to which Camillus re- cians defend themselves, and fortify

tires, when banished from Rome, B.C. 391. Tephrike, 845. ARDEN, Pepper, appointed solicitor-gene- ARGÆUS, k. of Macedon, B.C. 684-646, acc.

ral, July 10, 1782-master of the Rolls, Eusebius; uncertain, C. 1788-created a peer, and Chief Justice ARGÆUS, the first opponent of Philip II. of the Common Pleas, 1801. See AL- of Macedon, defeated by him at MeVANLEY, Lord.

thone, B.C. 359. ARDISHEER. See ARTAXERXES.

ARGAUM, battle of; Scindiah and the rajalı ARDISHEER II., or ARTAXER, K. of Persia, of Berar defeated by Sir Arthur Wel379-d. 383.

lesley, Nov., 1803. ARDOUIN, marquis of Ivrea, declared a ARGENTARIA (Colmar), battle of; Gratian

public enemy and deprived of his states, defeats the Allemanni, 378. 999—obtains the throne of Italy, 1002- | ARGIVES, at war with the Lacedæmonians, defeated by Henry II., emperor of Ger- B.C. 718-defeat them at Hysiæ, 669– many, 1004-regains Pavia and other destroy Mycenæ, 468-attack Epidaurus, parts of Italy, 1008–d. 1015.

419. ARDRES, near Calais, where Henry VIII. ARGOLIS, invaded by Agesipolis, k. of La

meets Francis I. of France, in the Field cedæmon, B.C. 390. See ARGIVES and of the Cloth of Gold, 1520.

ARGOS, ARDSHIR, k. of Persia, 628-slain by Shak- ARGONAUTICA." See VALERIUS FLACCUS. riah, 629.

ARGONAUTS, their expedition to Colchis, ARDUASDES III., k. of Armenia, B.C. 10 A.D. B.C. 1263 (1225 C.) 13.

ARGOS, kingdom of, founded by the PeARDUIN, leader of the Normans, 1039-esta- lasgi, time uncertain-its first known

blishes his head quarters at Melfi, 1040. ruler, Inachus, is said to have lived ARDULF, ALDULF, or EADULF, abp. of B.C. 1856 (1803 C.) – division of, 1344 York, 992-d. 1002.

(1313 C.)-- Themistocles banished from ARDYS, k. of Lydia, B.C. 678-628.

Athens, retires to Argos, 471--the TemARECHIS. See A RIGISUS.

ple of Juno burnt, 423--an alliance with ARELATE. See ABLES.

Athens made by Alcibiades, 420-dis

solved, 418–distracted by factions, 417– writes in favour of the Arialis, 335-the joins with Athens and other States, de- emperor Constantius II., and the synod feats the Lacedæmonians at Haliartus, of Antioch, support them, 341 -Julius, 895—stormed by Pyrrhus, 272-set free bp. of Rome, addresses an epistle to by Flaminius, to rejoin the Achæan them, 342-publish a confession of their league, 195.

faith at Antioch, 345-the deposition of ARGUELLES, the Spanish patriot, condemn- the Arian bps. voted in the council of

ed by Ferdinand VII, to serve as a Sardica ; they secede to Philippopolis, private soldier, May 23, 1815.

and annul the acts of their opponents, ARGUS, k. of Argos, B.C. 1712 (1658 C.) 347--Antony the monk is called to AlexABGYLE, Archibald, marquis of, beheaded, andria to assist in converting then, May 28, 1661.

352—favoured by Valens, 367-opposed ARGYLE, Archibald, earl of, convicted of by Theodosius and the council of Anti

high treason in Scotland, escapes from och, 380-Ambrose, bp. of Milan, refuses prison, 1681-rebels, is defeated, and be- to allow one Arian church at Milan, 385

headed at Edinburgh, June 30, 1685. -violent proceedings of the Arians of A BGYLE, John, duke of, 6. 1676—sent as CP. against Nectarius, 388-Arian bps.

ambassador to Charles III., and com- appointed by Genseric in Africa, 437mander of the British forces in Spain- exiles from Carthage, being Arians, are returns to England, 1711-fights the refused hospitality at Rome by the bp., battle of Dumblaine, or Sheriffmuir, Leo I., 440—Justin I., emperor of the Nov. 13-recovers Perth and Dundee, East, issues edicts against the Arians, 30, 1715-deprived of his places and pen- 623 — Theodoric, the Ostrogoth, sends sion, 1716-. 1743.

ambassadors to intercede for them, 524– ARGYLE, Archibald Campbell, duke of, b. Vigilius urges Justinian to rescue Italy 1682-d. 1761.

from the dominion of the Arians, 550. ARGYLE, John Campbell, duke of, d. 1770. See ARIANISM. ARGYLE, John Campbell, duke of, d. 1847. ARIARATHES I., loses his kingdom of CapARGYRUS, son of Melo, ordered to oppose padocia, and his life in battle, against

the Normans in Italy Constantine Perdiccas, B.C. 322. XII., 1051,

ARIARATHES II., recovers Cappadocia, B.C. ARGYRUS. See ROMANUS III.

315. ARIADNE, wife of the emperor Zeno, ac- ARIARATHES III, d. B.c. 220.

companies him in his flight to Isauria, ARIARATHES IV., marries Antiochis, 475-marries the silentiary Anastasius, daughter of Antiochus the Great, B.O

and makes him emperor, 491-d. 515. 192-joins him in his war against the ARIAN creed, assented to by the synod of Romans-sues for peace, 188---ally of

Antioch, 341-—-subscribed by Hosius, bp. Eumenes II. of Pergamus, against Pharof Cordova, 357.

naces I. of Pontus, 183--sends an emARIANISM prevails in the East, 335-con- bassy to Rome, 181--d. 162.

formed to by Liberius, bp. of Rome, who ARIARATHES V. succeeds, B.c. 162-sends a is restored to his see, 358-taught to the golden crown to Rome, 160--expelled by Goths by Ulphilas, 373-supported in Demetrius Soter, 158-restored by the Africa by the edict of Hunneric, 484– Romans, 157-ally of Crassus against renounced by the Suevi in Spain, 562- Aristonicus, falls in the war, 130. by Hermenegild, son of Leovigild, 582 ARIARATHES VI. succeeds, B.c. 130-mur-by the Lombards, 602. See ARIANS dered by Mithridates, 93. and ARIUB.

ARIARATHES VII., son of Ariobarzanes II., ARIANO, given to Francesco Sforza by Jo- k. B.C. 42-deposed and put to death by anna II., queen of Naples, 1416.

M. Antony, 36. ARIANS, condemned for heresy by the coun- ARIBERT I., k. of the Lombards, 653

cil of Alexandria, 321-Eustathius, bp. finishes and endows the church of S. Salof Berca, writes against them, 324-cou- vatore at Pavia, 660-d. 661. demned by the council of Nice - the A RIBERT II., k. of Lombardy, 701-defeats writings of Arius publicly burnt, and all Ansprando, and puts Liutbert to death, in whose possession they are found capi- 702—drives Ansprando from the lake of tally punished, 325—the severe laws Como, to which he had fled, 703-con

inst them are relaxed, and the exiles quered by Ansprando, and drowned in recalled; they hold a synod at Antioch, his flight, 712. when Eustathius is deposed, and Pauli- ARIBERT, abp. of Milan, by his tyranny nus II. made bp.,328-hold a council at Cæ- causes discord and confusion in Northern sarea, and vote the deposition of Athana- Italy, 1035--being condemned by Conrad bius, which he disregards, 334—Asterius to repair the wrong he had done, ho

resists, 1037--reconciled to the emperor commands in the battle of Platæa, 479 Henry III., 1040_expelled from Milan -chief command of the Greek army by the populace, 1041-d. 1045.

transferred to him, 477-d. 468. ARIDRUS, or PHILIP III., half-brother of ARISTIDES, the Christian philosopher, pre

Alexander, succeeds him as k. of Mace- sents to Hadrian an “Apology for Chrisdon, B.C. 323-murdered by Olympias, tianity," 125. 317.

ARISTIDES, the heathen philosopher, b. 129 ARIGIBUS, or ARECHIS, duke of Beneven. -visits Rome, 161–presented to M. Autum, d. 641.

relius, who attends his lectures, 176-ARIGISUS, duke of Beneventum, 774-pa- begs Aurelius to aid the rebuilding of

tronizes Paul Warnefrid, 782 -- attacks Smyrna, Rhodes, and other cities that Amalf, and is repelled, 786–does homage had suffered from earthquakes, 178. to Charlemagne, and gives his son as a ARISTION, Athenian archon, B.C. 421. hostage--d. soon after, 787.

ARISTIPPUS, of Cyrene, and his daughter, ARIONA COMPANY, investigated by a par- Arete, give the form of the Cyrenaic

liamentary cominittee, Dec. 5, 1826. school to the philosophy of Socrates, ARIMINUM, a colony of Rome, B.c. 268 B.C. 365.

the Via Æmilia constructed from it to ARisro, of Ceos, succeeds Lyco in the Placentia, 182 -- occupied by Cæsar, 49 Lyceum, B.C. 226. -synod of, A.D. 359-unsuccessfully at- ARISTOBULUS, one of Alexander's generals, tacked by Vitiges, 538-submits to To- writes a history of the campaign, about tila, 549. See RIMINI.

B.C. 320-the work is lost, but was one ARIMNESTUS, Athenian archon, B.C. 416. of Arrian's principal authorities. ARINTHÆUS is sent by Valens to Armenia ARISTOBULUS I., son of John Hyrcanus,

against the Persians, 370—consul of takes the title of king of the Jews, B.c. Rome, 372.

107-d.105. ARIOBARZANES I., appointed by the Ro- ARISTOBULUS II., usurps the throne of Ju

mans k. of Cappadocia, B.C. 93-expelled dæa, to the prejudice of his brother, by Tigranes-restored by the Romans, Hyrcanus, B.C. 70-at war with him, 90--resigns his kingdom to his son, 63– 65-deposed by Pompey, 63. killed by Antony, 42.

ARISTOBULUS,

consul of Rome, 285. A RIOBARZANES II., k. of Cappadocia, B.o. 63. ARISTOCLES, Athenian archon, B.C. 605. ARIOBARZANES I., k. of Pontus, named by ARISTOCLES, the sophist, teaches at PerXenophon and Aristotle; his time un

gamus, 144, certain.

ARISTOCRATES, Athenian archon, B.C. 399. ARIOBARZANES II., k. of Pontus, begins to ARISTODEMUS, son of Aristomachus,returns

reign, B... 363-joins in the rebellion of with the other Heraclidæ into the Pethe Persian satraps against Artaxerxes loponnesus, conquers Sparta, and founds Mnemon, 362-made a citizen of Athens, for his two sons the joint sovereignty, 952-d. 337.

B.O. 1103.
AHOBARZANES III., k. of Pontus, succeeds ARISTODEMUS, k. of Corinth, B.C. 834.

his father Mithridates III., B.C. 266- | ARISTODEMUS, Athenian archon, B.c. 352. d. 240.

ARISTODEMUS, a Lacedæmonian general, ARION, the lyric poet, patronized by Pe- defeats the allies near Corinth, B.C. 394.

riander of Corinth, B.C. 625 - escapes ARISTODEMUS, of Megalopolis, makes war from pirates, 610.

on Lacedæmon, s.c. 264. A RIOSTO, 6. 1474-d. 1533.

ARISTODEMUS, of Nysa, teaches at Rome, ARIPARON, Athenian archon, B.C. 821. and is a preceptor of Strabo, B.C. 60-50. ARISTA, Sancho, founds an independent | ARISTOGITON assassinates Hipparchus, State in Navarre, 858.

B.C. 514. A RIST ÆNETUB, consul of Rome, 404. ARISTOLOCHUS, Olympic victor, B.C. 344. ABISTAGORAS, sent by Darius Hystaspes ARISTOMENES, Athenian archon, B.c. 570.

to restore the Naxian exiles, fails, and Ariston, Proclidan k. of Lacedæmon, B.C. persuades the Ionian cities to revolt, 501 560-510. --can obtain no assistance from Sparta, ARISTON, Athenian archon, B.C. 454. but is supported by Athens and Eretria, ARISTON, prætor of the Ætolians, B.C. 221. 500--defeated in Caria, takes refuge in ARISTONICUS, claims the kingdom of PerThrace, where he is slain, 497.

gamus, when the consul Crassus is A RISTARCHUS, writes tragedies, B.C. 454. against him, B.c. 131--defeats and kills ARISTARCHUS, the critic, educates the son Crassus, 130 -- conquered by Perpenua, of Ptolemy Philometor, B.C. 156.

and put to death, 129. ARISTIDES, Athenian archon, B.C. 499_ ba- ARISTONYMUS, librarian at Alexandria, B.C.

nished from Athens, 483-recalled, and 183.

ARISTOPHANES, Athenian archon, B.C. 331. the citizens, 511 -- Augustin ordained ARISTOPHANES, exhibits his first play, there bp. of the English, 597—Eudes is

“Dætales," and is awarded the second defeated by the Saracens at, 731-council prize, B.C. 427 - satirizes Socrates in of, called by Charlemagne, 813-plunderhis Clouds,” 423 - brings out every ed by the Saracens, 850- Boso assumes year one or more of his comedies, 421- the title of k. of, 679—his son, Louis, « Batrachoi" appears, 405 – “Plutus," succeeds him in the government of, 888

his last play, 388-d. about this time. - he retires there from Italy, 905. ARISTOPHANES, of Byzantium, the gram- ARLES, kingdom of. See BURGUNDY, LOWER. marian, fl., B.C. 200.

ARLEUX, Marlborough drives the French ARISTOPHON, Athenian archon, B.C. 330. from the lines of, Aug. 5, 1711. ARISTOPHON, orator, fi. B.C. 372.

ARLINGTON, Lord, one of the “Cabal," 1670 ARISTOTLE, the philosopher, b. B.C. 384- examined before the bar of the Core

comes to Athens, 367 — retires from mons, Jan. 14, 1674. Athens to Atarnæ, 347–becomes the pre- ARLOT, daughter of a townsman of Falaise, ceptor of Alexander, 342-lectures at the mother of William (afterwards k. of EngLyceum, 334—Babylonian astronomical Jand), son of Robert, duke of Normandy, observatious sent to him, about 330— 1027. retires to Chalcis, and dies there, 322. ARMADA, the Spanish, prepared, 1587- c!eA RISTOTLE'S works, copied by Tyrannio, stroyed, 1588.

for Andronicus of Rhodes, B.C. 68-com- ARMAGH, first bishopricin Ireland, founded mentaries on, written by Alexander of by Patricius (St. Patrick) about 440Aphrodisius, 200—Boëthius writes com- battle of. See DUNDALK. mentaries on, 610 — Aristotle's works ARMAGNAC, the count d', gives his daughter ordered to be burnt-the reading of them in marriage to the duke of Orleans, 1416 and all future translations forbidden by -he is murdered in his prison, 1418. the Council of Paris, 1210-translated ARMAGNAC, the count d', assassinated, 1473. by Michael Scott, 1249.

ARMAGNACS, the faction of the duke of Arius, k. of Assyria, B.C. 1927 (2050 C.) Orleans, court the alliance of England ARIUS, preaches his doctrines, which are against the Burgundians, 1410 – the

supported by most of the Asiatic bps., queen, Isabella of Bavaria, quarrels with especially Eusebius of Cæsarea, and Eu

them, 1417. sebius of Nicomedia, 316-318-condemn- ARMAIS, queen of Egypt, B.O. 1490. See ed for heresy, and ejected from the A AHMES. church by the Council of Alexandria, 321 ARMANITES, k. of Assyria, B.C. 1827 (1950 - banished by the Council of Nice to C.) Illyricum, 325 — readmitted into the ARMATUS, consul of Rome, 476. church by the synod of CP.-dies soon | ARMED NEUTRALITY, the coalition so called, after, 336. See A RIANS.

formed, 1780—-joined by the emperor Arius ANTONINUS, death of, 187.

Joseph, and Frederic II. of Prussia, 1781 ARIWALD, k. of Lombardy, 625—d. 636. -revived by the northern powers, 1800-ARKANSAS, admitted into the American joined by Prussia, 1801--crushed by the Union, 1836.

battle of Copenhagen, and the death of ARKLOW, battle or skirmish of; a body of the emperor Paul of Russia, Apr. 2.

Irish insurgents repulsed by a detach- ARMENIA, conquered by Divanubar, k. of ment of gen. Lake's army, June 9, 10, Assyria, B.c. 900 La.-Tigranes I., king, 1798.

96-drives Ariobarzanes from CappadoARKWRIGHT, Richard, obtains a patent for cir, 90-invited to be k. of Syria, 83

his spinning frame, 1769—his second pa- affords a refuge to Mithridates, 71–he tent, 1771-d. 1792.

declares himself an enemy of Rome, 70-A RLANDE, D', ascends, with Pilatre de Ro- driven from Syria by Lucullus, 69

sier, at Paris, in Mongolfier's first fire- submits to Pompey, 66-dies, and is sucballoon, Nov. 2, 1783.

ceeded by Artavasdes, 56--Armenia inARLES, or A RELATE, Constantine and Maxi- vaded by Antony, who sends Artavasdes

mian meet at, 307-council of, against a prisoner to Egypt, 34-conquered by the Donatists, 314-another, at which the the Parthians, who raise Artaxias to western bps. are prevailed upon to con- the throne, 33-recovered by Tiberius, demn Athanasius, 353 - besieged by who makes Tigranes II. k., 20-the deTheodoric I., k. of the Visigoths, and re- signs of the Parthian k., Phraates, fruslieved by Aetius, 426-a German inva- trated by Caius, grandson of Augustus, 1 sion repulsed by him, 430 -- taken by - subject to Parthia, A.1. 15--reconquerEuric, 470—Theodoric, or Thierry I., k. ed by Germanicus, and remains a Roman of thé Franks, remits a year's taxes to province, 18--Caligula makes Cotys k. og ARMENJA-continued.

Calvin and is opposed by Gomarus, 1604 the Lesser Armenia, 38-Domitius Cor- -d. 1609. See REMONSTRANTS. bulo takes the command, 54—drives out ARMORICA, the Veneti and other tribes in, Vologases, and gives Tiridates royal au- conquered by Cæsar, B.C. 56-its indethority, 58—who goes to Rome, and is pendence is acknowledged by Honorius, crowned there by Nero, 66—the Parthi- A.D. 409—many native Gauls retire there ans, who had made themselves masters from the Franks, and preserve the Celtic of Armenia, are driven out by Trajan, tongue, 584. See BRETONS and BREwith Parthamasiris, whom they had set TAGNE. up as k., 115—Hadrian relinquishes the ARMSTRONG, Dr., d. 1770. conquest, 117--a k. appointed by Hadri- ARMY OF THE LONG PARLIAMENT, collected an, 140—the Parthians again expelled by at Northampton by the earl of Essex, Statius Priscus and Avidius Cassius, 163 Sep. 2, 1642-disbanded by a vote of -Sept. Severus forms part of Armenia parliament, April 17, 1647-refuse to lay into à kingdom, which he gives to Vola- down their arms; conduct the king to gases, son of Sanatruces, 199-added to the camp and demand compensation for the Persian empire by Artaxerxes, 227 their services, June 5; occupy London, -Tiridates the younger supported by Aug. 7; demand that the king be brought Diocletian to obtain the throne, 286- to justice, Nov. 30, 1648-after Cromexpelled by Narses, 294-restored by Ga- well's death, commanded by Lambert, lerius, and his kingdom enlarged, 298– depose the Rump parliament, and apon his death his country becomes tribu- point a military Committee of Safety, tary to Persia, 342–abandoned by Jovian Oct. 26, 1659--desert him and join Fair. in the treaty of Dura, 363-invaded by fax and Monk, with whom they march Sapor II., 365-Arinthæus sent by Valens into London, Feb. 4, 1660. to oppose the Persians, 370-murder of ARMY OF THE FAITH, organized by the Para, by order of Valens, 374-treaty be- priests in Spain, 1821. tween Theodosius and Sapor III., leaves ARMY OF RESERVE, proposed to parliament, Armenia neutral, 384--divided by treaty June 18, 1803. between Rome and Persia, 443 — plun- ARNAUD, ST., General, b. 1801-commanddered by the Huns, 532—by the Tzani, ing in Algeria, subdues the Kabyles and 658-seeks the protection of Justin II., the Beni Aissa, 1851-made minister of 571 — occupied by the Persians, 576 —. War, Oct. 27 ; leaves Paris to command recovered by Maurice, 577-582 by the French army in the East, April, 15, Chosroes, 604-by Heraclius, 623-the 1854 — resigns his command from ili Mardaites removed into Armenia by health, and d. Sep. 29. Justinian II., 687 - conquered by the ARNAULD, the Abbess, refounds the conMohammedans, 693 — invaded by the vent of Port Royal, 1626. Turks, 764-recovered by the Greeks ARNAULD, Antony, expelled from the Sorfrom the Saracens, 956—John Zimisces bonne, 1656. brings a large colony of Paulicians from ARNE, Dr. d. 1778. Armenia into Thrace, 970-conquered by Arno, Hannibal passes through the the emperor Constantine XII., 1045– marshes of the, B.C. 217. by Alp Arslan, 1065 — by the Mongol ARNOBIUS, teaches rhetoric at Sicca, 284– Batou, 1235—by Timour, 1383—by the writes "Adversus Gentes," 296. Ottomans, 1516 — by the Persians, ARNOLD, General, burns New London, in 1534.

Connecticut, Sep. 8, 1781. ARMENIAN HISTORY. See Moses, of Cho- ARNOLD, Mr., precipitated into the Thames rene.

in a balloon, 1785. ARMENIANS, in alliance with the Parthi- ARNOLD, Samuel, Mus. D., d. 1802.

ans, defeat Crassus, B.c. 53-and Antony ARNOLD, Thomas, (afterwards) master of in Media, 36.

Rugby school, b. 1795-d. 1842. ARMINIAN DOCTRINES, favoured by the ARNOLD, of Brescia, denounces at Rome the

church of England, and censured by corruptions of the church, 1140—endeaCromwell and the Commons, 1629.

vours to restore the senate and ancient ARMINIANS. See REMONSTRANTS.

form of government, 1143-given up to ARMINIUS (Hermann), a leader of the Ger- pope Adrian IV., and burnt, 1155.

mans, defeats Varus, 9-his progress ARNOLD VON MELCHTHAL, of Unterwalden, checked by Nonnius Asprenas, 10-by one of the three founders of Swiss indeTiberius and Germanicus, 11-overcome pendence, 1308. hy Germanicus, 15-d. 17.

ARNOLD Von WINKELRIED, falls in the ARMINIUS, professor of divinity at Leyden, battle of Sempach, 1386.

b. 1560—dissents from the doctrines of ARNULF, natural son of Carloman of Ba

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