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 Agincourt - battle in 1415
  - brief account
  - as a turning point in history
 Agnadello - battle in 1509
 Agnew, Thomas - and Roger Fenton
 Agni - god of the Aryans
 'agnostic' - coined by T.H. Huxley
 Agra - captured by Babur in 1526
  - imprisonment of Shah Jahan
 Agricola - governor of Britain
 Agricola - history by Tacitus
 agriculture - the beginnings
 Agrigentum - Greek temple
 Agrippa - and daughter of Augustus Caesar
 Agrippa Posthumus - son of Julia and Agrippa
  - murdered by Tiberius
 Agrippina - wife of Germanicus
  - related items
 Agrippina - wife of Claudius, mother of Nero
  - murdered by Nero
 Agustín I - emperor of Mexico
 AH - Anno Hegirae
 Ahern, Bertie - and Irish peace process
 Ahidjo, Ahmadou - Union Camerounaise
  - president of Cameroon
 ahimsa - in Jainism
 Ahmad bin Said - imam of Oman
 Ahmad ibn Ibrahim - invades Ethiopia
 Ahmad ibn Tulun - ruler of Egypt
 Ahmad Khan Abdali - Afghan leader
 Ahmed I - and princes in the harem
 Ahmed Fuad II - king of Egypt
 Ahmes - mathematical papyrus
 Ahmet, Sultan - mosque in Istanbul
 Ahmose - Egyptian pharaoh
 Ahura Mazda
  - depicted at Naqsh-e-Rustam
  - and the sacred flame
 Aida - and Cairo
 Aidan, St
 AIDS - history of the disease
  - and tuberculosis
  - in Namibia
 Aigai - identified at Vergina
 Ailsa Craig
 Ainu - in Japan
 Air and Fire - by Scheele
 Airedale - terrier
 Air Force Cross and Medal
 AIS - in Algeria
 A'isha - wife of Muhammad
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