The Historical Geography of Europe, Volume 1

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Longmans, Green, and Company, 1882 - Europe - 629 pages
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Contents

Their submission to Lydians and Persians 3233
32
Epeiros under Pyrrhos Athamania
38
CHAPTER III
44
Inhabitants of Sicily Sikanians and Sikels
49
Sardinia and Corsica
55
Contrast between the Eastern and Western provinces Greek
61
Rome and Parthia
67
Conquests under the Empire
68
CHAPTER IV
74
Prefecture of Italy its extent
80
New nomenclature of the Teutonic nations
86
The Franks use of the name Francia
93
origin
100
Continued existence of the Empire position of the Teutonic
106
Ips of the Spanish province by the Empire
112
Analogy between Teutons and Slaves
118
Conquests of the Franks in Germany and Gaul 120122
120
Romans Franks
126
Use of the names Francia Gallia Germania
132
THE BEGINNING OF THE MODERN EUROPEAN STATES
138
Lotharingia 144145
144
Rivalry of the Eastern and Western Empires and Churches
145
Its later history mainly swallowed up by France
150
The Themes Asiatic Themes
154
Settlement of the Bulgarians 119
159
Special character of the Hungarian kingdom effects of
160
Use of the Imperial titles by the English kings Northern
166
THE ECCLESIASTICAL GEOGRAPHY OF WESTERN EUROPE
169
Arrangements of 18141815 370371
170
Milan Aquileia Ravenna
175
Foundation of the English sees territorial bishoprics
180
Modern arrangements in France Germany and the Nether
181
Province of York Scotland and Ireland 187188
187
CHAPTER VIII
193
Division of the Netherlands and Belgium separation
198
Fluctuations on the Burgundian frontier union of Burgundy
200
Germanization of the Slavonic lands
206
Growth of the House of Austria separation of Switzerland
209
French annexation of Nizza Aosta the one Burgundian
213
Advances in Pomerania Westfalia c
215
Bavaria its relations towards the Palatinate and towards
221
Germany changes from a kingdom to a confederation
224
Lands recovered by Austria German possessions of Den
230
War with France the new German Empire recovery
236
Special history of the house of Savoy
240
Central Italy Romagna and the march of Ancona
246
Duchy of Florence grand duchy of Tuscany 252253
252
Restoration of the Pope and the King of the Two Sicilies
260
The Kingdom of Burgundy
266
Nizza
273
German origin of the Confederation popular errors sketch
276
History of Geneva territory restored to Savoy division
282
Burgundian advance lands north of the lake
288
Separation from Hungary reconquest the AustroHun
334
France a nation as well as a power
337
The House of Anjou gradual union of Normandy Anjou
343
Peace of Bretigny Aquitaine and other lands freed from
349
VOL I
353
French acquisitions in Elsass France reaches and passes
359
Colonial rivalry of France and England English conquest
365
The Norman Power in Italy and Sicily its relations to
369
Later changes annexation of Savoy Nizza and Mentone
371
Slavonic settlers
377
Fluctuations of the Imperial power in Italy the Normans
383
The Slaves of Macedonia ifec
387
Normans advance loss of Corfu and Durazzo
393
Curtailment of the Empire moral influence of Constanti
396
Empire of Trebizond loss of its western dominion
399
Advance of the Normans in Italy A versa and Capua
407
Extent of the kingdom of Jerusalem other Latin states
414
Relations of the Dalmatian cities to Servia Croatia Venice
420
Venice the champion against the Turk losses of Venice
425
Lordship and duchy of Athens the Catalans the later
431
Empire of Trebizond its relations to Constantinople
437
Southern advance of Servia Empire of Stephen Dushan
440
The Kingdom of Hungary
447
Conquests of Lewis the Great Dalmatia occupation
453
The Ottoman Turks special character of their invasion
458
Conquest of Cyprus decline of the Ottoman power 404
464
Withdrawal of Turkish garrisons
469
CHAPTER XI
478
Turanian intrusions Bulgarians Magyars Ottomans
479
The Western Empire and the WestSlavonic lands relations
484
The Swedes and Gauts the Swedish kingdom
486
Early conquest of the Sorabi marks of Meissen and Lusatia
492
Second centre at Kief the princes become Slavonic attacks
498
Supremacy of the northern Vladimir commonwealths
500
Duchy of SouthJutland or Sleswick its relations to Den
507
The Teutonic order in Prussia union with the Sword
513
Advance of Moscow annexation of Novgorod zc Russia
519
Advance under and after Gustavus Adolphus conquests
525
Fluctuations in the duchies Danish possession of Olden
526
No strictly Polish territory acquired by Russia the
532
Fluctuation on the Moldavian border
538
THE SPANISH PENINSULA AND ITS COLONIES
542
Invasion of the Almoravides use of the name Moors
548
Growth and Partition of the Great Spanish Monarchy
554
Settlement and history of Brazil the one American mon
560
The Kingdom of Scotland
566
The Picts their union with the Scots Scottish Strath
567
The principality of Wales full incorporation with
573
Settlements of the United Provinces and Sweden
579
The thirteen Colonies their independence
580
Europe extended by colonization contrast with barbaric
586
Use of the name Sardinia 258
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