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DIVINE HISTORY

Testament of Christ. Creation of the universe. Heart of Mary. Against the Antichrist

INTRODUCTION TO THE CREATION OF THE UNIVERSE ACCORDING THE GENESIS

 

 

 

 

READING HALL

"THE DOORS OF WISDOM"

Jewels from the Christian World Civilization

 
 
 
   
 
   
 

 

 

 

THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY

ANCIENT HISTORY

MEDIEVAL HISTORY

MODERN HISTORY

 

CHINA’S STORY IN MYTH, LEGEND, ART, AND ANNALS

By

WILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS

A SHORT HISTORY OF ANTIOCH

300 B.C.-A.D. 1268

THE HISTORY OF TYRE


THE HELLENISTIC MONARCHIES

AND

THE RISE OF ROME

LI SHIH-MIN,

EMPEROR TANG TAI TSUNG

AD 598-649

SON OF HEAVEN

A Biography of Li Shih-Min, founder of the T’ang Dynasty

 

 

HAILE SELASSIE ( 1892 – 1975) EMPEROR OF ETHIOPIA ( 1930-1974)

WITH A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE HISTORY OF ETHIOPIA, AND A DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTRY AND ITS PEOPLES

 

THE ADVENTURE OF THE CUNEIFORM WRITING DECIPHERMMENT

A HISTORY OF SUMER AND AKKAD

THE excavations carried out in Babylonia and Assyria during the last few years have added immensely to our knowledge of the early history of those countries, and have revolutionized many of the ideas current with regard to the age and character of Babylonian civilization. In the present volume, which deals with the history of Sumer and Akkad, an attempt is made to present this new material in a connected form, and to furnish the reader with the results obtained by recent discovery and research, so far as they affect the earliest historical periods. An account is here given of the dawn of civilization in Mesopotamia, and of the early city-states which were formed from time to time in the lands of Sumer and Akkad, the two great divisions into which Babylonia was at that period divided

A HISTORY OF BABYLON

FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE MONARCHY TO THE PERSIAN CONQUEST

Unlike Ashur and Nineveh, the great capitals of Assyria, Babylon survived with but little change under the Achaemenian kings of Persia, and from the time of Herodotus onward we possess accounts of her magnificence, which recent research has in great part substantiated. It is true that we must modify the description Herodotus has left us of her size, but on all other points the accuracy of his information is confirmed. The Lion Frieze of the Citadel and the enamelled beasts of the Ishtar Gate enable us to understand something of the spell she cast .It is claimed that the site has been identified of her most famous building, the Hanging Gardens of the royal palace; and, if that should prove to be the case, they can hardly be said to have justified their reputation. Far more impressive is the Tower of Babel with its huge Peribolos, enclosing what has been aptly described as the Vatican of Babylon.

HISTORY OF EARLY IRAN

WHEN Babylonian scribes reduced to written word the myths and legends of antiquity, they told of the world’s creation, of kings enthroned for reigns of fabulous length, and of a mighty flood which threatened entirely to depopulate the earth. They told how kingship, after the waters had receded, descended from heaven upon the city Kish in northern Babylonia, where ruled a dynasty of long-lived sovereigns. Their lists make dry reading, for the names of the kings with their lengths of rule alone are given. Of the twenty-first ruler of this dynasty, however, a significant fact is related, a fact which to the scribes was the first political event after the Flood. Enmenbaragesi, we are informed, subdued Elam. Eventually the sovereignty of Kish yielded to that of Uruk in southern Babylonia, but Elam had still to be dealt with. It is reported that Meskengasher, founder of the new dynasty, descended to the sea and ascended the mountain, statements which may refer to the Persian Gulf and the Elamite highlands. Traditions other than those preserved in the king lists declared that in the times of Lugalbanda and Dumuzi, the third and fourth kings of this dynasty, the Elamites invaded Babylonia from their mountains. With sad hearts the scribes were forced to record the fact that considerably later the kingship deserted Uruk for Awan, definitely an Elamite city. For a time a second dynasty at Kish restored the sovereignty to Babylonia, but the succeeding rule in the city Hamazi suggests a return of power to the highlands north of Elam. Finally, when the kingship once more returned to grace the city Kish under the ruler Utug, omitted from the scribal lists, reverberations of the struggles between Elamite highlanders and Babylonians may be referred to in an inscription of Lugal-anne-mundu of Adab, who warred with Elam, Marhashi, and Gutium.

ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

 

There is evidence, as already seen, that the city of Nineveh was in existence at least three thousand years before Christ, but of the men who built it and reigned in it we know absolutely nothing. The first Assyrian ruler bears the title of Ishakku, which seems to mean priest-prince, and implies subjection to some other ruler elsewhere. These early rulers must have been subject princes of the kings in Babylonia, for there is no evidence yet found to connect them with any other state, while their traditional connections are all with the southern kingdom...

HISTORY OF ASSYRIA

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KING DAVID: 1040–970 BC.

HIS LIFE AND TIMES.

About B.C. 1088, when Troy had fallen, but its war was yet unsung by Homer’s verse, was born David, the king, poet, prophet... David was the youngest son of a family often, the children of one Jesse, a householder and small proprietor, and, as Jewish tradition tells, a weaver of sacred carpets, who lived at Bethlehem and farmed land in the neighbourhood. The genealogy of his family is given in the Book of Ruth, and repeated by St. Matthew and St. Luke; and from it we learn that Jesse was the grandson of Boaz by his Moabitish wife Ruth, and was descended from that Salmon, prince of the house of Judah, who espoused Rahab, “the harlot”, in the time of Joshua. Thus, through some of his immediate ancestresses, David was allied to foreign races, and in after-years used this connection for the preservation of his own and his parents’ lives.

GENERAL HISTORY OF JAPAN

LIBRARY

THE HISTORY OF ANCIENT INDIA

THE BHAGAVAD-GITA

THE BOOK OF DEVOTION. DIALOGUE BETWEEN KRISHNA AND ARJUNA,

HISTORY OF INDIA: TURKS AND AFGHANS

 

HISTORY OF INDIA LIBRARY

A HISTORY OF CHINA

THE LIFE OF WANG YANG-MING (1472-1529)

CHINA AND THE MANCHUS

CONFUCIUS. THE GREAT TEACHER

NICE READING, HISTORY OF CHINA

(A bibliography)

 

HISTORY OF GREECE AND ROME

 

THE PERSIAN EMPIRE AND THE WEST

ATHENS, 478-401 B.C.

A HISTORY OF GREECE TO THE DEATH OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT

PHILIP II OF MACEDON & ALEXANDER THE GREAT 382–323 BC

THE RISE OF THE MACEDONIAN EMPIRE

MACEDON. 401-301 B.C.

THE SELEUCID EMPIRE. 358-251 BC.

HOUSE OF SELEUCUS

THE EARLY CHRONICLER OF ITALY.

HISTORY OF ROME

BOOK 1. THE REGAL PERIOD.

BOOK 2. EARLY HISTORY OF THE REPUBLIC

BOOK 3. THE CONQUEST OF ITALY

 

HISTORY OF ROME

THE WAR FOR SUPREMACY IN THE WEST

THE PUNIC WARS

HISTORY OF ROME

THE WAR FOR SUPREMACY IN THE EAST

THE MACEDONIAN WARS

THE AGE OF THE MACCABEES

ANTIGONUS GONATAS (320 – 239 BC )

THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY . VOLUME VIII.

ROME AND THE MEDITERRANEAN. 218-133 BC

LIFE AND WARS OF JULIUS CAESAR

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MARC ANTONY

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF CLEOPATRA VII, QUEEN OF EGYPT

AUGUSTUS, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE FOUNDER OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (B.C. 63-A.D. 14)

CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY. VOLUME X.

THE AUGUSTAN EMPIRE , 44 B.C.—A.D. 70

 

THE UNIVERSAL HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY

 

THE IMPERIAL CRISIS AND RECOVERY

A.D. 193-324

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT

THE REORGANIZATION OF THE EMPIRE AND THE TRIUMPH OF THE CHURCH

THE EMPEROR JULIAN THE APOSTATE

CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY. VOLUME I.

THE CHRISTIAN ROMAN EMPIRE AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE TEUTONIC KINGDOMS. A.D. 300-500

 

ATTILA, KING OF THE HUNS, AND HIS PREDECESSORS

HISTORY OF THE CHURCH FROM THE EDICT OF MILAN, A.D. 313, TO THE COUNCIL OF CHALCEDON, A.D. 451.

ST. AMBROSE HIS LIFE AND TIMES (AD 340-397)

 

THE ARIANS OF THE FOURTH CENTURY

THE SASSANIAN EMPIRE

CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY. VOLUME II.

THE RISE OF THE SARACENS AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE, A.D. 500-800

A HISTORY OF THE LATER ROMAN EMPIRE FROM THE DEATH OF THEODOSIUS I TO THE DEATH OF JUSTINIAN A.D. 378-656

 

ITALY AND HER INVADERS

BOOK I

THE VISIGOTHIC INVASION

 

HISTORY OF GERMANY FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD

CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY. VOLUME III .

GERMANY AND THE WESTERN EMPIRE

ITALY AND HER INVADERS

BOOK III.

THE VANDAL INVASION AND THE HERULIAN MUTINY.

 

ISIDORE OF SEVILLE (556-636) AN ENCYCLOPEDIST OF THE DARK AGES

MEDIEVAL HISTORY OR HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE AGES

THE AGE OF JUSTINIAN AND THEODORA.

A HISTORY OF THE SIXTH CENTURY AD

A HISTORY OF THE LATER ROMAN EMPIRE FROM ARCADIUS TO IRENE

(395 - 800 AD)

HISTORY OF THE POPES UNDER THE LOMBARD RULE. A.D. 590-795

GREGORY I THE GREAT (590-604) .... HADRIAN I (772-795)

CHARLEMAGNE AND THE FRANKS

LIFE OF ALCUIN, A.D. 724 - 802

 

HISTORY OF THE POPES DURING THE CAROLINGIAN EMPIRE A.D. 795-891

LEO III (795-816) .... ST. NICHOLAS I THE GREAT (858-867) ... STEPHEN (V) VI (885-891)

HISTORY OF THE POPES IN THE DAYS OF FEUDAL ANARCHY A.D. 891-1048

FORMOSUS (891-896) ... CLEMENT II (1046-1047) DAMASUS II (1048)

THE MONSKS OF THE WEST : FROM ST. BENEDICT TO ST. BERNARD. THE CONVERSION OF IRELAND, SCOTLAND AND ENGLAND

ANSKAR. The Apostle of the North. 801-865

LIFE AND TIMES OF HINCMAR. A.D. 806-882. ARCHBISHOP OF RHEIMS

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HILDEBRAND POPE GREGORY VII  1015 –1085

MATILDA OF TUSCANY A.D. 1046 –1115 LA GRAN DONNA D'ITALIA

ROGER OF SICILY

AND THE NORMAN CONQUEST IN LOWER ITALY, 1016-1154

HISTORY OF THE POPES OF THE GREGORIAN RENAISSANCE A.D. 1049-1130

St. Leo IX. (1049-1054) VICTOR II. (1055-1057), Stephen (IX.) X. (1057-1058) Nicholas II. (1059-1061) Alexander II. (1061-1073)ST. GREGORY VII. (1073-1085)B. VICTOR III. (1086-1087)B. URBAN II. (1088-1099)PASCHAL I (1099-1118)GELASIUS II (1118-1119)CALIXTUS II (1119-11124)HONORIUS II (1124-1130)

PETER ABELARD (1079-1142.) HISTORIA CALAMITATUM

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ABELARD AND THE ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITIES

FREDERICK I BARBAROSSA (1122 - 1190) HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR

THE WAR OF FREDERICK I AGAINST THE COMMUNES OF LOMBARDY. 1160-1183 A.D.

 

THE POPES
AT THE HEIGHT OF THEIR TEMPORAL INFLUENCE
PART ONE. A.D. 1130-1216

INNOCENT II (1130-1143) ... INNOCENT III (1198-1216)

 

HISTORY OF THE HOLY EASTERN CHURCH.

PATRIARCHATE OF ALEXANDRIA

HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY . PDF LIBRARY

 

 

POPE INNOCENT III THE GREAT, 1160-1216

AN ESSAY ON HIS LIFE AND TIMES

 

 

CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY.

VOLUME IV

THE CONTEST BETWEEN EMPIRE AND PAPACY

SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS

(1225-1274)

OF THE ORDER OF PREACHERS

A BIOGRAPHICAL STUDY OF THE ANGELIC DOCTOR

 

BIBLIOMANIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES

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PHILOBIBLON. A Treatise on the love of books

THE ART OF WAR IN THE MIDDLE AGE,S A.D. 378—1515

CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY. VOLUME V.

THE EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE (717-1453)

THE EARLY KINGS OF NORWAY

800-1397 A.D.

HARALD HAARFAGR . ERIC BLOOD-AXE . HAKON THE GOOD . HARALD GREYFELL . HAKON JARL . OLAF TRYGGVESON . JARL ERIC AND SVEIN . OLAF THE SAINT . MAGNUS THE GOOD . OLAF THE TRANQUIL . MAGNUS BAREFOOT. SIGURD THE CRUSADER . MAGNUS THE BLIND, HARALD GYLLE . HAKON THE OLD.

THE CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY. VOLUME VI

VICTORY OF THE PAPACY

THE CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY

VOLUME VII

DECLINE OF EMPIRE AND PAPACY

 

THE CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY

VOLUME VIII

THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES

 

A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL POLITICAL THEORY IN THE WEST

THE LIFE OF SALADIN, AD 1138-1193,

AND THE FALL OF THE KINGDOM OF JERUSALEM

 

RICHARD I, THE LION HEART

THE LIFE OF SIMON DE MONTFORT

EARL OF LEICESTER

THE LEVANT. A HISTORY OF FRANKISH GREECE (1204-1566)

 

THE PRINCES OF ACHAIA AND THE CHRONICLES OF MOREA.

A STUDY OF GREECE IN THE MIDDLE AGES

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.

VOLUME 1 : HISTORY OF GREECE FROM ITS CONQUEST BY THE ROMANS TO THE PRESENT TIME B.C. 146 TO A.D. 1864

VOLUMES 2 &3 : HISTORYOF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE FROM 717 TO 1453A.D.

VOLUME 4: HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL GREECE FROM ITS CONQUEST BY THE CRUSADERS TO ITS CONQUEST BY THE TURKS AND OF THE EMPIRE OF TREBIZOND (1204-1461)

VOLUME 5: HISTORY OF GREECE UNDER OTHOMAN AND VENETIAN DOMINATION. 1453 — 1821AD.

VOLUMES 6 &7: THE GREEK REVOLUTION.

ADRIAN VI (1522-1523) & CLEMENT VII (1523-1534)

PAUL V. (1605-1621)

MODERN HISTORY

HISTORY OF THE LIVES AND EMPIRE OF THE ELEVEN INCAS

565-1533 A.D.

MANCO CCAPAC . SINCHI ROCCA . LLOQUI YUPANQUI . MAYTA CCAPAC . CCAPAC YUPANQUI . INCA ROCCA . TITU CUSI HUALPA . VIRACOCHA . PACHACUTI YUPANQUI . TUPAC YUPANQUI . HUAYNA CCAPAC . HUASCAR, AND ATAHUALPA.

 

HISTORY OF ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO , 1530—1888

 

 

A HISTORY OF MONTENEGRO FROM ANCIENT DAYS TO 1912

A HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM ,1378, THE GREAT SCHISM TO THE SACK OF ROME, 1525

 

BEATRICE D'ESTE DUCHESS OF MILAN

1475-1497

 

THE HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES

JULIUS II, 1443 –1513 A.D.

A history of Spain,

founded on the Historia de España y de la civilización española of Rafael Altamira

LEGENDS OF THE CONQUEST OF SPAIN

AND

THE CHRONICLE OF THE CONQUEST OF GRANADA

THE BLACK DEATH

IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY

 

 

HISTORY OF THE RENAISSANCE

 

 

 

 

THE REFORMATION

 

 

 

 

THE

REFORMATION IN GERMANY

 

 

HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

FROM THE APOSTOLIC AGE TO THE REFORMATION

A.D. 64-1517

JAMES CRAIGIE ROBERTSON

HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES

FROM MARTIN V TO CLEMENT VII,

A.D. 1417 TO 1534

 

THE AGE OF THE RENAISSANCE,

AN OUTLINE SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF THE PAPACY

FROM THE RETURN FROM AVIGNON TO THE SACK OF ROME

(1377-1527)

 

A HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM THE GREAT SCHISM TO THE SACK OF ROME

BOOK I THE GREAT SCHISM. 1378-1414 BOOK II THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE.1414-1418. BOOK III THE COUNCIL OF BASEL.1419-1447. BOOK IV. THE PAPAL RESTORATION.1444—1464.BOOK V. THE ITALIAN PRINCES. 1464—1518. BOOK VI. THE GERMAN REVOLT. 1517—1527

 

 

THE MEDICI POPES

LEO X AND CLEMENT VII

 

Julius II of Medici—Leo Decimus Pontifex Maximus : Leo X—Adrian VI— Clement VII—The Sack of Rome— The Later Medici Popes: Gian-Angelo Medici of Milan, Pius IV— Alessandro de' Medici of Florence, Leo XI

THE REIGN OF CHARLES V

SULEIMAN "THE MAGNIFICENT"

THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII

THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE BRISTISH EMPIRE.

The Fairy Tale of the English Lost Paradise

THE LIFE OF CERVANTES

1547-1616.

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The Ingenious Gentleman DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA

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THE EXEMPLARY NOVELS

CAPTAIN JAMES COOK

1728-1779

THE

AGE OF ELIZABETH

QUEEN OF ENGLAND

 

THE

HISTORY OF POLAND

1496 - 1528

THE SWEDISH REVOLUTION UNDER GUSTAVUS VASA

 

 

THE

EMPIRE OF AUSTRIA; ITS RISE AND FALL

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History Of The House Of Austria

Vol. 1 // Vol. 2 // Vol. 3 // Vol. 4

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The house of Austria in the thirty years' war

 

THE WARS OF RELIGION

 

THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR

MARIE DE MEDICIS

 

 

THE

AGE OF LOUIS XIV 

 

 

 

NAPOLEON

 

LIFE AND WORKS OF VOLTAIRE

1694-1778

HISTORY OF PRUSSIA AND THE FOUNDING OF THE GERMAN EMPIRE BY WILLIAM I

A HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE

FROM 1792 TO 1878

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GEORGE FINLAY'S

THE

GREEK REVOLUTION

OR

WAR OF INDEPENDENCE OF GREECE

THE

CRETAN INSURRECTION OF 1866-7-8

MUCH has been written of the sufferings of foreigners in the recent Boxer uprising and correspondingly little of the conduct of the Chinese Christians. At a recent meeting of the North China Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church it was decided to inquire minutely into the persecutions from the standpoint of the natives, in the belief that a more adequate understanding of their heroism would be a stimulant to the faith of the Church.

 

THE AMAZON HISTORIAN'S LIBRARY

 

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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.
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THE HISTORY OF ROME

Struggle for the ascendancy in the West  

de Wilhelm Ihne 

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ITALY AND HER INVADERS (THOMAS HODGKIN )

 

ITALY AND HER INVADERS The Visigothic Invasion

Hunnish,Vandal and Herulian Invasions

Ostrogothic Invasion. Imperial Restoration

Invasion and kingdom of the Lombards

The Frankish Invasions. The Frankish Empire

 
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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.

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

 

 

THE

COURT AND REIGN

OF FRANCIS THE FIRST,

King of France

 

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A History of the Popes from the Great Schism to the Sack of Rome. A.D. 1378-1525 Jewels of the Western Civilization Book (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

 

George Grote's History of Greece

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

VOLUME I.

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

 

EBOOKS

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

 

 

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

Life of Alcuin.A.D. 735-804

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

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

HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR 1861-1865

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