- Lu·cas [loo-kahs] /ˈlu kɑs/, 1792–1853, Mexican historian and politician.
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I have also some volumes of Alaman, who brings things down to 1846.Diplomatic Days
It is the Republic which beats back from the ransomed lands the new attacks of the Frank and the Alaman.The Chief Periods of European History
Edward A. Freeman
There was no more obnoxious heretic in Toulouse than Alaman de Roaix.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume I
Henry Charles Lea
It is on account of the valedictory words of this History that I have introduced the name of Alaman on this occasion.
The leading features in the life of a Turkoman are the Alaman (predatory expedition) or the Tchapao (the surprise).Travels in Central Asia