The chief periods of European history; six lectures read in the University of Oxford in Trinity term, 1885, with an essay on Greek cities under Roman  by Edward Augustus FreemanThe chief periods of European history; six lectures read in the University of Oxford in Trinity term, 1885, with an essay on Greek cities under Roman  by Edward Augustus Freeman

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ... INDEX. A. Abyssinia, Christianity of, 67. Achaia, dealingsof Rome with, 218. Alfred, his view of early Greek history, 18. Africa, Saracen conquest of, 133. Agamemnon, his imperial posi-tion, 18, 19. Agathokles, two sides of, 33. Akarnania, its position in Ho-meric times, 19; becomes Greek, 24. Akragas, its time of greatness, 25. 'AAa/iavwy prj£, title of, 107. Alans, their history and settle-ment, 87, 88; 122. AJaric, his career, 78. Albanians, their origin, 119. 'AX/3avo2, opposed to'Pai/ialoi, 141. Alexander, founder of the modern Greek nation, 16; his work in the East, 17; his dealings with the Greek cities, 179. Alexander of Epdros, 17; his designs, 34. Alexandria, its relation to older Greek cities, 23. Alexios Komnenos, compared with Henry the Fourth, 162. Allies, Roman, their relations to Rome, 82, 83; 218--220; their slow incorporation, 84, 85; 219--221. Ambrakia, its beginnings, 24. Amisos, dealings of Trajan and Pliny with, 237, 238. Amphiktyonio Council, nullity of, 178, 179; its reform by Au-gustus, 225. Andorra, relations of, 217. Amjles, first mentioned, 64. Antalkidas, Peace of, 28. Antioch, its relation to older Greek cities, 23. Antoninus Caracalla, effects of his edict, 42. Apameia, dealings of Trajan and Pliny with, 236, 237. Aquc e Sexlice, battle of, 44; 60. Aquitaine, position of cities in, 192; its relations to France, 195; its separation from Bur-gundy, 196. Aries, capital of Southern Gaul, 85. A rminius, his historic position, 64. Arnold, Thomas, point chosen by for the ending of his History, 104. Asia Minor, its historic position, 19. Athens, her history mistaken for that of Greece, 21; remains specially pagan, 74; her rela-tions to Rome, 84, 85; her position under Trajan, 232. Aurelian, his dealings with...

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Title:The chief periods of European history; six lectures read in the University of Oxford in Trinity…Format:PaperbackDimensions:108 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:May 20, 2014Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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