'Elders' can also refer to...

Abraham the elder Rudhall (1657—1736) bell-founder

Agrippina the Elder (c. 14 bc — 33 ad)

(Alexander) Keith the elder Johnston (1804—1871) geographer and cartographer

Alexander the elder Gil (1565—1635) headmaster

Ambrose the elder Godfrey (1660—1741) chemist

Andrew the elder Duncan (1744—1828) physician

Anne Elder (1918—1976)

Antonio da Sangallo, the Elder (c. 1430—1534)

Arthur the elder Perigal (1784—1847) painter

Baldwin the elder Hamey (1568—1640) physician

Bartholomew the elder Burghersh (c. 1285—1355) magnate and administrator

Betty Elders

Bonaventura Peeters, the elder (d. 1614)

Cato the Elder (234—149 bc)

Charles Elder (1821—1851) history painter

Charles the elder Catton (1728—1798) painter

Claudius the elder Gilbert (c. 1632—1696) Church of Ireland clergyman

Cornelius Scipio Africanus (the elder), Publius

Daniel the elder Bellamy (c. 1687—1773) lawyer and writer

Dean the elder Wolstenholme (1757—1837) animal painter

Dream Of The Elders (Dave Holland album)

Durand of Mende, Guillaume, the Elder (1296)

Ebenezer the elder Henderson (1784—1858) missionary

Edward Elder (1812—1858) headmaster

Edward the Elder (d. 925)

Edward the Elder (c. 870—899)

Edward the elder Forster (1730—1812) merchant and antiquary

Egenolff the elder, Christian (1502—1555)




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(Floyd: Susannah). The four village Elders (McLean, Gleaton, Hayes, and Ott) who, while trying to find a suitable pool to be used for communal baptism, peer through the trees and see Susannah bathing, naked. Because the sight of her arouses them, they accuse her of shamelessness and encourage the villagers to denounce her and force her to confess her ‘sins’. Created (1955) by (respectively) Harrison Fisher, Kenneth Nelson, Dayton Smith, and Lee Liming.

Subjects: Opera.

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