An universal history, tr. [by J.C. Prichard]. (Google eBook)

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Contents

BOOK XII
36
Mohammed
41
Sect HI The Empire of the Arabs
45
Commanders of the Faithful of the House of Ommia
48
The Arabs in Spain
49
The Arabs in Hindustan
52
France
53
Germany
55
England
56
Lombardy
57
The Arabs in France
63
Constantinople and Rome
64
Recapitulation
67
BOOK XIII
69
The Carlovingian Dynasty
71
Fall of the Kingdom of the Lombards
73
Restoration of the Empire of the West
76
Constitution of Italy
78
Constitution of the Kingdom of the Franks
79
The Commanders of the Faithful of the House of Abbas
83
Survey of the Arabian Empire
86
England
93
BOOK XIV
95
Dismemberment of the Arabian Empire and Establish ment of the Edrisides and Aglabites
96
Of the Tulunides
98
The Turks become masters of Bagdad
99
The Buiyides render themselves masters of Bagdad
100
Of the Fatimite Sultans at Alkahira ib Sect VII The Zeirides at Tunis
102
The Morabeths in Morocco ib Sect IX The Seljukian Turks
103
The Sultans of Gasna and Choresmia ib Sect XI Spain
104
Sicily
106
Dismemberment of the Empire of the French
108
The Kingdom of Lotharirigia
111
The Carlovingians begin to lose their Empire
112
The Hungarians
115
The Age of Henry I King of the Germans
117
The Normans and Russia 119
119
King Henry I and his Son Otho
120
The Imperial Throne devolves on the Kings of Ger many
122
The French Crown devolves on the Family of Capet
128
Normandy
130
Savoy
132
The Netherlands 133
133
England
134
Scandinavia
135
Iceland
136
Russia
137
Constantinople
139
Conclusion
143
BOOK XV
145
Of the Papacy
146
The Hohenstaufens and the Guelphs
153
Constitution of the German Empire
154
Frederick Barbarossa
156
Of the Abbot Suger and the Kingdom of France
163
England loses her Constitution
165
The Northern Nations
169
Constantinople
172
Of the Commanders of the Faithful
174
The first Crusade
175
The Mowaheddins
178
Spain
179
Portugal
180

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