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" Palaeologus and his four sons, who followed at his summons the court and camp of the Ottoman prince. He marched against the Sclavonian nations between the Danube and the Adriatic, the Bulgarians, Servians, Bosnians, and Albanians; and these warlike tribes,... "
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Page 480
by Edward Gibbon - 1805
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The Eastern Question, in Its Various Phases: Egyptian, British, Russian ...

Jonathan Perkins Weethee - Eastern question - 1897 - 639 pages
...and his pride was satisfied with the frequent and humble attendance of the emperor, John Paheologus, and his four sons, who followed at his summons the court and camp of the Ottoman prince." His military contests were with the Bulgarians, Servians, Bosnians, and Albanians ; Slavonian nations...
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The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 6

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1899
...and his pride was satisfied with the frequent and humble attendance of the emperor John Palseologus and his four sons, who followed at his summons the...and Albanians ; and these warlike tribes, who had tao often insulted the majesty of the empire, were repeatedly broken by his destructive inroads. Their...
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The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 6

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1901
...and his pride was satisfied with the frequent and humble attendance of the emperor John Palseologus and his four sons, who followed at his summons the...the Sclavonian nations between the Danube and the fladriatic, the Bulgarians, Servians, Bosnians, and Albanians; and these warlike tribes, who had so...
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The Student's Gibbon: A History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

Edward Gibbon, Sir William Smith - Byzantine Empire - 1901
...and his pride was satisfied with the frequent and humble attendance of the emperor John Pateologus and his four sons, who followed at his summons the court and camp of the Ottoman prince. He * In AI). 1336 Pergamon was taken, and Mysia (emirate of KarasT) was reduced in a few years. t The...
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