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MEDIEVAL HISTORY LYBRARY

 

HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM OF THE MIDDLE AGES

MEDIEVAL HISTORY CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE

 

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT ////JULIEN THE APOSTATE/// St. AMBROSE ///ATTILA/// JUSTINIAN AND THEODORA /// ISIDORE OF SEVILLE /// ALCUIN ///CHARLEMAGNE /// ANSKAR ///HINCMAR/// POPE GREGORY VII /// MATILDA OF TUSCANY /// BARBAROSSA/// SALADIN///INNOCENT III THE GREAT ///WILLIAM WALLACE /// HENRY THE NAVIGATOR/// FRANCESCO SFORZA /// POPE JULIUS II /// BEATRICE D' ESTE ///

THE CHRISTIAN ROMAN EMPIRE AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE TEUTONIC KINGDOMS (300-500) /// ITALY AND HER INVADERS /// RISE OF THE SARACENS AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE/// THE LATER ROMAN EMPIRE. (378-656) /// LATER ROMAN EMPIRE FROM ARCADIUS TO IRENE (395-800) ///GERMANY AND THE WESTERN EMPIRE /// THE EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE (717-1453) /// GREECE FROM ITS CONQUEST BY THE CRUSADERS TO ITS CONQUEST BY THE TURKS AND THE EMPIRE OF TREBIZOND  /// THE PRINCES OF ACHAIA AND THE CHRONICLES OF MOREA /// SALADIN AND THE FALL OF JERUSALEM/// A HISTORY OF FRANKISH GREECE/// THE CONTEST BETWEEN EMPIRE AND PAPACY /// VICTORY OF THE PAPACY///DECLINE OF EMPIRE AND PAPACY /// THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES /// A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL POLITICAL THEORY IN THE WEST ///LITERARY HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE AGES ///LEGENDS OF THE CONQUEST OF SPAIN AND THE CHRONICLE OF THE CONQUEST OF GRANADA

 

 

BEGINNING OF THE APOCALYPTICAL FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE

AUGUSTUS: B.C. 31—A.D. 14 // TIBERIUS: A.D. 14-37 // CALIGULA: A.D. 37-41 // CLAUDIUS: A.D. 41-54 // NERO : A.D. 54-68 // GALBA : A.D. 68-39 // OTHO : A.D. 69 // VITELLIUS: A.D. 69 // VESPASIAN : A.D. 69-79 // TITUS: A.D. 79-81 // DOMITIAN : A.D. 81-96.

THE BEGINNING OF THE MIDDLE AGES

I. Teutonic settlements in the west. Fall of the Empire in the West. (406-476). II. The new nations III. Condition of the Teutonic settlements IV. Conversion of the English V. Supremacy of the Franks in the West. The Merovingian Kings.

THE NEW RACES IN EUROPE.

THE VISIGOTHIC KINGDOM OF SPAIN, THE OSTROGOTHIC KINGDOM IN ITALY, THE FRANKS IN GAUL, THE LOMBARD KINGDOM IN ITALY.

 

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT

THE REORGANIZATION OF THE EMPIRE

AND

THE TRIUMPH OF THE CHURCH

 

EARLY HISTORY OF THE GOTHS. THE VISIGOTHS IN GAUL. (A.D. 412.507)

Migration to the Euxine. Ostrogoths. The Scythian War, 247-270. Philip, Emperor, 244-249. Invasion of the Empire, 249. Bithynia invaded, 259. The Emperor Claudius II. Battle of Naissus. Civilization of the Visigoths. Hermanric the Ostrogoth. Bishop Ulfilas, 311-381. Gothic Arianism. Wallia. 415-418. Theodoric and Aetius. 421-451. Invasion of Attila. 451. Theodoric II. 451-467. Euric. 467-484. Alaric II. 484-502. Battle of Vouglé.506-507

J. B. BURY’ CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY.

VOLUME I

THE CHRISTIAN ROMAN EMPIRE

AND THE FOUNDATION

OF THE TEUTONIC KINGDOMS, A.D. 300-500

 

I.- CONSTANTINE AND HIS CITY

II.-THE REORGANISATION OF THE EMPIRE

III.-CONSTANTINE'S SUCCESSORS TO JOVIAN: AND THE STRUGGLE WITH PERSIA

IV.-THE TRIUMPH OF CHRISTIANITY

V.-ARIANISM

VI.-THE ORGANISATION OF THE CHURCH

VII.-EXPANSION OF THE TEUTONS (To A.D. 378)

VIII.-THE DYNASTY OF VALENTINIAN AND THEODOSIUS THE GREAT

IX.-THE TEUTONIC MIGRATIONS, 378-412

X.-THE VISIGOTHS TO THE DEATH OF EURIC . THE FRANKS BEFORE CLOVIS

XI.-THE SUEVES, ALANS, AND VANDALS IN SPAIN, 409-429

XII.-THE HUNS: THE ASIATIC BACKGROUND. ATTILA

XIII.-ROMAN BRITAIN

XIV.-ITALY AND THE WEST, 410-476 

XV.-THE KINGDOM OF ITALY UNDER ODOVACAR AND THEODORIC

XVI.-THE EASTERN PROVINCES FROM ARCADIUS TO ANASTASIUS

XVII.-RELIGIOUS DISUNION IN THE FIFTH CENTURY. Nestorius

XVIII.- MONASTICISM

XIX.-SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE IN THE FOURTH CENTURY

XX.-THOUGHTS AND IDEAS OF THE PERIOD

XXI. EARLY CHRISTIAN ART

THE

EMPEROR JULIAN THE APOSTATE

PAGANISM AND CHRISTIANITY

 

THE ARIANS

OF THE FOURTH CENTURY

HISTORY OF THE CHURCH FROM THE EDICT OF MILAN, A.D. 313,

TO THE COUNCIL OF CHALCEDON, A.D. 451.

 

SAINT AMBROSE

340-397 A.D.

HIS LIFE AND TEACHING

ATTILA

KING OF THE HUNS AND HIS PREDECESSORS

 

 

THE LATER ROMAN EMPIRE

FROM

THE DEATH OF THEODOSIUS

TO

THE DEATH OF JUSTINIAN

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THE

AGE OF JUSTINIAN AND THEODORA

 

 

ITALY AND HER INVADERS

 

BOOK I. THE VISIGOTHIC INVASION. BOOK II. THE HUNNISH INVASION. BOOK III. THE VANDAL INVASION AND THE HERULIAN MUTINY . BOOK IV. THE OSTROGOTHIC INVASION. BOOK V. THE IMPERIAL RESTORATION 535—553 . BOOK VI. THE LOMBARD INVASION. BOOK VII. THE LOMBARD KINGDOM A.D. 600-744 . BOOK VIII. FRANKISH INVASIONS. BOOK IX. THE FRANKISH EMPIRE 774-814.

 

 

ISIDORE OF SEVILLE

556 - 636


AN ENCYCLOPEDIST OF THE DARK AGES

THE BEGINNINGS OF THE TEMPORAL SOVEREIGNTY OF THE POPES FROM A.D. 569 TO 754

THE SITUATION IN THE TIME OF KING LIUTPRAND. THE DUCHY OF ROME. THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE POPE AND THE FRANKISH INTERVENTION.POPE STEPHEN II

 

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ST. BONIFACE

675 – 754

WALTER C. PERRY

THE FRANKS, FROM THEIR FIRST APPEARANCE IN HISTORY TO THE DEATH OF KING PEPIN

I.-From the First Appearance of the Franks to the Death of Clovis(AD 240-511) II.-From the Death of Clovis to the Death of Clotaire I (A.D.511—561) III. From the Death of Clotaire I to the Death of Brunhilda (AD.561—618) IV.-From the Death of Brunhilda to the Death of Charles Martel(AD.618—741) V.-From the death of Charles Martel to the death of Pepin the Short (AD 741—768)

JOHN WEALE.

CHARLES MARTEL AND THE RESCUE OF EUROPE FROM THE THREATENED YOKE OF THE SARACENS. FRANKS AND SARACENS

PART I. THE MOSLEMS. I. Life and doctrine of Mohammed II.—The Khalifate from Abu Bekr to Hesham.

PART II. THE FRANKS. CHAPTER I.—The Frank Confederacy.—Clovis, the Founder of the Frank Monarchy II.—Decline of the Merovingian Princes.—The Mayors of the Palace.—Pepin of Landen—Pepin of Heristal. — Charles Martel. —The Battle of Tours

 

CHARLEMAGNE

AND

THE FRANKS

RESTORATION OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE BY CHARLEMAGNE.

I. The Bretons II. The Gascons III. The Frisons IV. The Saxons V. The Abodrites VI. The Allemans and Bavarians

 

A HISTORY OF THE EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE FROM THE FALL OF IRENE TO THE ACCESSION OF BASIL I.(AD. 802-867)

LIFE OF ALCUIN

A.D. 724 - 802

 

J.B. BURY’ CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY 

VOLUME III 

GERMANY AND THE WESTERN EMPIRE

 

I. LOUIS THE PIOUS.

II. THE CAROLINGIAN KINGDOMS (840-877)

III. THE CAROLINGIAN KINGDOMS (877-918)

IV. FRANCE, THE LAST CAROLINGIANS AND THE ACCESSION OF HUGH CAPET (888-987)

V. FRANCE IN THE ELEVENTH CENTURY.

VI. THE KINGDOM OF BURGUNDY.

VII. ITALY IN THE TENTH CENTURY.

VIII. HENRY I AND OTTO THE GREAT.

IX. OTTO II AND OTTO III.

X. THE EMPEROR HENRY II.

XI. THE EMPEROR CONRAD II.

XII. THE EMPEROR HENRY III.

XIII. THE VIKINGS.

XIV. THE FOUNDATION OF THE KINGDOM OF ENGLAND.

XV. ENGLAND FROM AD 954 TO THE DEATH OF EDWARD THE CONFESSOR.

XVI. THE WESTERN CALIPHATE.

XVII. THE CHURCH FROM CHARLEMAGNE TO SYLVESTER II.

XVIII. FEUDALISM.

XIX. LEARNING AND LITERATURE TILL THE DEATH OF BEDE.

XX. LEARNING AND LITERATURE TILL POPE SYLVESTER II.

XXI. BYZANTINE AND ROMANESQUE ARTS.

 

 

 

HORACE K. MANN

THE LIVES OF THE POPES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES

THE POPES UNDER THE LOMBARD RULE

THE POPES DURING THE CAROLINGIAN EMPIRE

THE POPES IN THE DAYS OF FEUDAL ANARCHY

GREEKS AND SARACENS

 

The Two Sieges of Constantinople by the Arabs. — Their Invasion of France and Defeat by Charles Martel. — Civil War of the Ommiades and Abbassides. — Learning of the Arabs. — Luxury of the Caliphs. — Naval Enterprises on Crete, Sicily and Rome. — Decay and Division of the Empire of the Caliphs.— Defeats and Victories of the Greek Emperors.

ANSKAR

The Apostle of the North. 801-865

 

THE

LATER ROMAN EMPIRE FROM ARCADIUS TO

IRENE

 

LIFE AND TIMES 

OF

HINCMAR

 

 

MATILDA OF TUSCANY

A.D. 1046 –1115

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HILDEBRAND

POPE GREGORY VII

 1015 –1085

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MEDIEVAL RUSSIA TO THE FALL OF KIEF IN THE YEAR 1169

THE SAXON EMPERORS :

Henry the Fawler, Otto I, Otto II, Otto III, Henry II the Holy

ROGER OF SICILY

AND THE NORMAN CONQUEST IN LOWER ITALY

1016-1154

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The Normans in European history

The Normans In England 1066-1154

History of the Northmen: or, Danes and Normans, from the earliest times to THE CONQUEST OF ENGLAND BY WILLIAM OF NORMANDY.

William the Conqueror and the rule of the Normans

England under the Normans and Angevins, 1066-1272

 

THE HANSA, 1150-1400.

THE IBERIAN PENINSULA, A D. c. 1000-1344. ENGLAND, A.D. 1087-1189.

 

HISTORY OF ENGLAND, A.D. 1189-1377

RICHARD I . HENRY III . EDWARD II . EDWARD III

Alfred Rambaud

MEDIEVAL RUSSIA TO THE FALL OF KIEF IN A.D. 1169

THE NORTHMEN IN RUSSIA: ORIGIN AND CUSTOMS OF THE VARIAGI. 862-972. THE FIRST RUSSIAN PRINCES: RURIK, OLEG, IGOR. THE FIRST EXPEDITIONS AGAINST CONSTANTINOPLE. OLGA: CHRISTIANITY IN RUSSIA. SVIATOSLAF.SAINT VLADIMIR AND IAROSLAF THE GREAT.972-1054. THE SUCCESSORS OF IAROSLAF THE GREAT.— WARS FOR THE RIGHTS OF ELDERSHIP AND THE THRONE OF KIEF. VLADIMIR MONOMAKH.—FALL OF KIEF.

 

THE SAXON EMPERORS

Henry the Fawler. Conquests in the Slavian Northeast—Defeat of the Hungarians Otto I. The Reincorporation of Italy with the Empire. Otto II, Otto III. Henry II the Holy. Immunities—Increasing Importance of the Churches and Cities, and Consequent Decrease of the Ducal Power

 

HISTORY of THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA.RHODOLPH OF HAPSBURGH.1218-1273

 

THE FALL OF THE HOHENSTAUFFEN A.D. 1250-1268, NAPLES AND SICILY, A.D. 1268-1301

 

The War of the Eight Saints

 

EUROPE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE GREAT SCHISM. XIVTH CENTURY

 

BURY'S CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY

VOLUME IV

THE EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE

(717-1453)

1.-LEO III AND THE ISAURIAN DYNASTY (717-802)

2.-FROM NICEPHORUS I TO THE FALL OF THE PHRYGIAN DYNASTY

3.-THE MACEDONIAN DYNASTY FROM 867 TO 976 A.D.

4.-THE MACEDONIAN DYNASTY FROM 976 TO 1057 A.D.

5.-THE STRUGGLE WITH THE SARACENS (717-1057)

6.-HISTORY OF ARMENIA

7.-THE EMPIRE AND ITS NORTHERN NEIGHBOURS

8.-THE RISE AND FALL OF THE FIRST BULGARIAN EMPIRE (679-1018)

9.-THE GREEK CHURCH: ITS RELATIONS WITH THE WEST UP TO 1054

10.-MUSLIM CIVILISATION DURING THE ABBASID PERIOD

11.-THE EARLIER COMNENI, ISAAC I (1057-4059), ALEXIUS I (1081-1118)

12.-THE LATER COMNENI. JOHN (1118-1143), MANUEL (1143-1180), ALEXIUS II (1180-1183), ANDRONICUS (1183-1185)

13-.VENICE

14.-THE FOURTH CRUSADE AND THE LATIN EMPIRE

15.-GREECE AND THE AEGEAN UNDER FRANK AND VENETIAN DOMINATION (1204-1571).

16.-THE EMPIRE OF NICAEA AND THE RECOVERY OF CONSTANTINOPLE

17.-THE BALKAN STATES. I. THE ZENITH OF BULGARIA AND SERBIA (1186-1355)

18.-THE BALKAN STATES. II. THE TURKISH CONQUEST (1355-1483)

19.-ATTEMPTS AT REUNION OF THE GREEK AND LATIN CHURCHES

20.-THE MONGOLS

21.-THE OTTOMAN TURKS TO THE FALL OF CONSTANTINOPLE

22.-BYZANTINE LEGISLATION FROM THE DEATH OF JUSTINIAN (565) TO 1453.

23.-.THE GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE.

24.- BYZANTINE CIVILISATION.

 

THE BALKAN STATES.

THE ZENITH OF BULGARIA AND SERBIA (1186-1355)

THE TURKISH CONQUEST (1355-1483)

 

THE ARAB CONQUEST OF EGYPT

AND

THE LAST THIRTY YEARS OF THE ROMAN DOMINION

 

CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY

VOLUME V

THE CONTEST BETWEEN EMPIRE AND PAPACY

 

I. THE REFORM OF THE CHURCH

II. GREGORY VII AND THE FIRST CONTEST BETWEEN EMPEROR AND PAPACY

III. GERMANY UNDER HENRY IV AND HENRY

IV. THE CONQUEST OF SOUTH ITALY AND SICILY BY THE NORMANS

V. THE ITALIAN CITIES TILL c. 1200.

VI. ISLAM IN SYRIA AND EGYPT, 750—1100

VII. THE FIRST CRUSADE.

VIII. THE KINGDOM OF JERUSALEM, 1099—1291

IX. THE EFFECTS OF THE CRUSADES UPON WESTERN EUROPE.

X. GERMANY, 1125—1152

XI. ITALY, 1125—1152

XII.FREDERICK BARBAROSSA AND GERMANY

XIII. FREDERICK BARBAROSSA AND THE LOMBARD LEAGUE

XIV. THE EMPEROR HENRY VI.

XV. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DUCHY OF NORMANDY AND THE NORMAN CONQUEST OF ENGLAND

XVI. ENGLAND, 1087-1154.

XVII. ENGLAND: HENRY II.

XVIII. FRANCE: LOUIS VI AND LOUIS VII (1108—1180).

XIX. THE COMMUNAL MOVEMENT, ESPECIALLY IN FRANCE.

XX. THE MONASTIC ORDERS.

XXI. ROMAN AND CANON LAW IN THE MIDDLE AGES.

XXII. MEDIEVAL SCHOOLS TO c. 1300.

XXIII. PHILOSOPHY IN THE MIDDLE AGES.

 

FREDERICK I "BARBAROSSA"

1122 - 1190

HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR

 

 

POPE INNOCENT III THE GREAT

1160 - 1216

AN ESSAY ON HIS LIFE AND TIMES

THE FALL OF THE HOHENSTAUFFEN,

A.D. 1250-1268—

NAPLES AND SICILY,

A.D.1268-1301

GERMANY

From Rudolf of Habsburg to the death of Charles IV

1273-1378

 

THE CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY

 

VOLUME VI

VICTORY OF THE PAPACY

I. INNOCENT III.

II. PHILIP OF SWABIA AND OTTO IV.

III. GERMANY IN THE REIGN OF FREDERICK II

IV. THE INTERREGNUM IN GERMANY.

V. ITALY AND SICILY UNDER FREDERICK II

VI. ITALY, 1230-1280.

VII. ENGLAND: RICHARD I AND JOHN

VIII. ENGLAND: HENRY III

IX. THE REIGNS OF PHILIP AUGUSTUS AND LOUIS VIII OF FRANCE

X. SAINT LOUIS

XI.  THE SCANDINAVIAN KINGDOMS UNTIL THE END OF THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY

XII. SPAIN, 1034—1240.

XIII. (A)  BOHEMIA TO THE EXTINCTION OF THE PREMYSLIDS. (B) POLAND, 1050-1303. (C) HUNGARY, 1000—1301

XIV. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY IN THE MIDDLE AGES.

XV. NORTHERN TOWNS AND THEIR COMMERCE.

XVI. THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECCLESIASTICAL ORGANISATION AND ITS FINANCIAL BASIS

XVII.  THE MEDIEVAL UNIVERSITIES

XVIII. POLITICAL THEORY TO c. 1300.

XIX. MEDIEVAL DOCTRINE IN THE LATERAN COUNCIL OF 1215

XX. HERESIES AND THE INQUISITION IN THE MIDDLE AGES c. 1000—1305.

XXI. THE MENDICANT ORDERS.

XXII. ECCLESIASTICAL AND MILITARY ARCHITECTURE

XXIII. THE ART OF WAR TO 1400

XXIV. CHIVALRY.

XXV. LEGENDARY CYCLES OF THE MIDDLE AGES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE ART

OF

WAR IN THE MIDDLE AGES

A.D. 378—1515

BY

C. W. C. OMAN

 

BIBLIOMANIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES

by

F. Somner Merryweather

----------------------

PHILOBIBLON. A Treatise on THE LOVE OF BOOKS

BY
RICHARD DE BURY

 

THE

LIFE OF THOMAS AQUINAS:

A dissertation of the scholastic philosophy of the middle ages

THE KINGDOM OF BURGUNDY OR ARLES

FROM THE ELEVENTH TO THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY

THE HISTORY OF ITALY

FROM THE EXTINCTION OF THE CAROLINGIAN EMPERORS

TO THE INVASION OF NAPLES BY CHARLES VIII.

 

THE CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY

VOLUME VI

DECLINE OF EMPIRE AND PAPACY

 

INTRODUCTION.

I. ITALY IN THE TIME OF DANTE

II. ITALY, 1313-1414

III GERMANY, 1273-1313

IV. GERMANY: LEWIS THE BAVARIAN

V. GERMANY: CHARLES IV

VI. BOHEMIA IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY

VII. THE SWISS CONFEDERATION IN THE MIDDLE AGES

VIII. THE HANSA

IX. THE TEUTONIC ORDER

X. THE POPES OF AVIGNON AND THE GREAT SCHISM

XI. FRANCE: THE LAST CAPETIANS5

XII. FRANCE: THE HUNDRED YEARS’ WAR (TO 1380)

XIII. FRANCE: ARMAGNACS AND BURGUNDIANS (1380-1422)

XIV. ENGLAND: EDWARD I AND EDWARD II

XV. ENGLAND: EDWARD III AND RICHARD II

XVI. WYCLIF

XVII. WALES, 1066 TO 1485

XVIII. IRELAND TO 1315

XIX. SCOTLAND TO 1328

XX. SPAIN, 1252-1410

XXI. RUSSIA, 1015-1462

XXII. THE JEWS IN THE MIDDLE AGES

XXIII. MEDIEVAL ESTATES

XXIV. PEASANT LIFE AND RURAL CONDITIONS (c. 1100 TO c. 1500).

XXV. THE EARLY RENAISSANCE

XXVI. MEDIEVAL MYSTICISM

 

 

 

 

THE PRINCES OF ACHAIA

AND

THE CHRONICLES OF MOREA

 

SALADIN AND THE FALL OF JERUSALEM

 

 

A HISTORY OF FRANKISH GREECE

 

 

 

A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL POLITICAL THEORY IN THE WEST

 

 

LITERARY HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE AGES.

comprehending
AN ACCOUNT OF THE STATE OF LEARNING,
from the close of the Reign of Augustus, to
ITS REVIVAL IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.

 

 

LEGENDS OF THE CONQUEST OF SPAIN

AND

THE CHRONICLE OF THE CONQUEST OF GRANADA

 

THE CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY

VOLUME VIII

THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES

 

THE EMPEROR SIGISMUND (1368 –1437)

I.THE COUNCILS OF CONSTANCE AND BASLE.

II. JOHN HUS.

III. BOHEMIA IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.

IV. THE EMPIRE IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.

V. THE PAPACY AND NAPLES IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.

VI. FLORENCE AND NORTH ITALY, 1414-1492.

VII. FRANCE: THE REIGN OF CHARLES VII AND THE END OF THE HUNDRED YEARS’ WAR.

VIII. FRANCE: LOUIS XI.

IX. THE KINGDOM OF BURGUNDY OR ARLES FROM THE ELEVENTH TO THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.

X. THE LOW COUNTRIES.

XI. ENGLAND: THE LANCASTRIAN KINGS, 1399-1461

XII. ENGLAND: THE YORKIST KINGS, 1461-1485

XIII. IRELAND, 1315-c. 1485.

XIV. SCOTLAND, 1328-1488

XV. SPAIN, 1412-1516.

XVI. PORTUGAL IN THE MIDDLE AGES.

XVII. THE SCANDINAVIAN KINGDOMS DURING THE FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH CENTURIES.

XVIII. POLAND AND LITHUANIA IN THE FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH CENTURIES.

XIX. HUNGARY, 1301-1490.

XX. POLITICAL THEORY IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES.

XXI. THE ART OF WAR IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY

XXII. MAGIC, WITCHCRAFT, ASTROLOGY, AND ALCHEMY.

XXIII. EDUCATION IN THE FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH CENTURIES

XXIV. PAINTING, SCULPTURE, AND THE ARTS

XXV. THE RENAISSANCE IN EUROPE

EPILOGUE

 

 

 

 

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The History of the Reformation in Germany

POPE JULIUS II

The princes of Achaia and the chronicles of the Morea: A STUDY OF GREECE IN THE MIDDLE AGES

 

 

HISTORY

OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

FROM THE

APOSTOLIC AGE

TO THE REFORMATION A.D. 64-1517


Volume 2 : . FROM THE DEATH OF THE EMPEROR THEODOSIUS I TO THE PONTIFICATE OF GREGORY THE GREAT. A.D. 395-590.

Volume 3 : FROM THE ELECTION OF GREGORY THE GREAT TO THE DEPOSITION OF POPE GREGORY VI, A.D. 590-1046.

Volume 4 : FROM THE DEPOSITION OF POPE GREGORY VI. TO THE DEATH OF POPE CELESTINE III, A.D. 1046-1108.

Volume 5 : (Continued ) A.D. 1108-1198

Volume 6 : FROM THE ELECTION OF INNOCENT III. TO THE DEATH OF BONIFACE VIII., A.D. 1198-1303.

Volume 7 : FROM THE DEATH OF POPE BONIFACE VIII TO THE END OF THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE, A.D. 1303-1418.

Volume 8 : FROM THE END OF THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE TO THE END OF THE FIFTH COUNCIL OF THE LATERAN, A.D. 1418-1517.

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE LIVES AND TIMES OF THE POPES (FROM SAINT PETER TO GREGORY I THE GREAT)

PAPIAS AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES. A STUDY OF RELIGIOUS THOUGHT IN THE SECOND CENTURY

HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH FROM THE APOSTOLIC AGE TO THE REFORMATION BY JAMES C. ROBERTSON

VOLUME I. A.D. 64-1517

VOLUME II. A.D. 395-814

VOLUME III. A.D 814-1046

VOLUME IV. A.D. 1046-1106

VOLUME V. A.D. 1106-1198

VOLUME VI. A. D. 1198-1303

VOLUME VII. A.D. 1303-1418

VOLUME VIII. A.D. 1418-1517

 

George Grote's History of Greece

FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE CLOSE OF THE GENERATION CONTEMPORARY WITH ALEXANDER THE GREAT.

VOLUME I. Legendary Greece: FROM THE GODS AND HEROES TO THE FOUNDATION OF THE OLIMPIC GAMES (776 BC)
VOLUME II.
VOLUME III.

THE AGE OF THE DESPOTS AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE WESTERN COLONIES

VOLUME IV.
VOLUME V.
VOLUME VI:
VOLUME VII:
VOLUME VIII.

THE SOCRATIC AGE

VOLUME IX.

FROM THE RETREAT OF THE TEN THOUSAND TO THE PEACE OF ANTALCIDAS

VOLUME X.
VOLUME XI.

B.C. 394-336. TIMOLEON THE CORINTHIAN AND PHILIPS THE MACEDON

VOLUME XII.

ALEXANDER THE GREAT AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES

 

 
HISTORY OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
 

 

 

 

PAPERBACK

ITALY AND HER INVADERS (THOMAS HODGKIN )

 

ITALY AND HER INVADERS The Visigothic Invasion

Hunnish,Vandal and Herulian Invasions

Ostrogothic Invasion. Imperial Restoration

 

The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages.

Horace k. Mann

THE POPES UNDER THE LOMBARD RULE. PART I. St. Gregory I (the Great) to Leo III, 590-657
THE POPES UNDER THE LOMBARD RULE. PART II. 657-795

THE POPES DURING THE CAROLINGIAN EMPIRE. Leo III to Formosus A.D. 795-891

THE POPES IN THE DAYS OF FEUDAL ANARCHY. FIRST PART. A.D. 896-999

THE POPES IN THE DAYS OF FEUDAL ANARCHY. PART TWO. A.D.999-1048

THE POPES OF THE GREGORIAN RENAISSANCE. ST LEO IX TO HONORIUS II. A.D. 1049-1130
THE POPES AT THE HEIGHT OF THEIR TEMPORAL INFLUENCE. A.D. 1130-1159
THE POPES AT THE HEIGHT OF THEIR TEMPORAL INFLUENCE. A.D. 1159-1198

THE LIVES OF THE POPES IN THE EARY MIDDLE AGES

Horace Mann 

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Part One

Part Two

 

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George Finlay, (1799-1875), British historian and participant in the War of Greek Independence (1821-32) known principally for his histories of Greece and the Byzantine Empire.
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Greece Under the Romans. B.C. 146 - A.D. 716

The History of the Byzantine Empire from 765 to 1057

The History of the Byzantine Empire, from A.D. 1057 to A.D. 1453

 

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THE FOUNDATION OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE.

A HISTORY OF THE OSMANLIS UP TO THE DEATH OF BAYEZID I

(1300-1403)

 


VOLUME I.
GREECE UNDER THE ROMANS. B.C. 146 — A.D. 716


VOLUME II.
FROM A.D. 717 TO 1057

VOLUME III
FROM A.D. 1057 TO A.D. 1453


 

A History of the Popes from the Great Schism to the Sack of Rome.

A.D. 1378-1525

 

MANDELL CREIGHTON

(COMPLETE SET)

 

THE GREAT SCHISM. A.D.1378-1414

THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE. A.D.1414-1418.

THE PAPAL RESTORATION. A.D. 1444—1464

THE ITALIAN PRINCES. A.D. 1454-1517.

THE GERMAN REVOLT

 

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Ludwig Pastor
THE HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES. VOLUME I. 1305-1447 A.D
THE HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES. VOLUME II. 1447-1458 A.D.
THE HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES.VOLUME III. PIUS II, 1458-1464, A.D.
Ludwig Pastor

 

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de JOHN CODMAN ROPES (Author), Cristo Raul (Editor)

 

History of India.

From the Earliest Times to the Sixth Century
From the Sixth Century B. C. to the Mohammedan Conquest, Including the Invasion of Alexander the Great
From the Mohammedan Conquest to the reign of Akbar the Great. A.D .712-1555
From the Reign of Akbar the Great to the Fall of the Moghul Empire
From the first European Settlements to the Founding of the English East India Company
The European Struggle for Indian Supremacy in the Seventeenth Century
From the Close of the Seventeenth Century to the Present Time
EBOOKS

THE HISTORY OF CHARLEMAGNE

ABELARD AND THE ORIGIN AND EARLY HISTORY OF UNIVERSITIES

EARLY HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH FROM ITS FOUNDATION TO THE END OF THE FIFTH CENTURY. VOLUME II. THE FOURTH CENTURY

THE CHRISTIAN CLERGY OF THE FIRST TEN CENTURIES. THEIR BENEFICIAL INFLUENCE ON THE EUROPEAN PROGRESS

 

A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL POLITICAL THEORY IN THE WEST. VOLUME. II.

THE POLITICAL THEORY OF THE ROMAN LAWYERS AND CANONISTS FROM THE TENTH CENTURY TO THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY

A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL POLITICAL THEORY IN THE WEST. VOLUME V.

THE POLITICAL THEORY OF THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY

A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL POLITICAL THEORY IN THE WEST. VOL. VI.

POLITICAL THEORY FROM 1300 TO 1600

THE LIFE OF SALADIN AND THE FALL OF THE KINGDOM OF JERUSALEM

MEDIEVAL FRANCE FROM THE REIGN OF HUGUES CAPET TO THE BEGINNING OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY

LIFE AND TIMES OF FRANCESCO SFORZA, DUKE OF MILAN, WITH A PRELIMINARY SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF ITALY

THE STORY OF THE GOTHS FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE END OF THE GOTHIC DOMINION IN SPAIN

The History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic Kings

THE LIFE OF PIZARRO, with some account of his associates in the Conquest of Peru

THE RISE OF PORTUGUESE POWER IN INDIA, 1497—1550

VASCO DA GAMA AND HIS SUCCESSORS. 1460-1580

HISTORY OF ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO. A.D. 1680-1888

AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE COLONIES OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA

The Constitutional History of England, from the Accession of Henry VII to the Death of George II

A HISTORY OF THE MODERN WORLD. 1815-1910. VOLUME 1

A HISTORY OF THE MODERN WORLD . 1815-1910 VOLUME 2

History of the Ottoman Empire