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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

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BIOGRAPHIES /// UNIVERSAL HISTORY /// COMPENDIUM OF HISTORY OF GREECE //////

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LUDWIG PASTOR’S

HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM THE CLOSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES

ADRIAN VI (1522-1523)

&

CLEMENT VII (1523-1534)

 

THE

REIGN OF THE EMPEROR CHARLES V

 

WILLIAM ROBERTSON

NAPOLEON

THE BOYHOOD AND YOUTH OF BONAPARTE, 1769-1793

THE CONSULATE, 1799-1804 / NAPOLEONIC WARS. YEAR 1800. / THE ARMED NEUTRALITY, 1780-1801 / THE PACIFICATION OF EUROPE, 1799-1802 / FRANCE UNDER THE EMPIRE, 1804-14 /THE NEPOLEONIC CODES / - THE CONCORDATS / THE COMMAND OF THE SEA, 1803-15 / THE THIRD COALITION. I. 1805-6X.THE THIRD COALITION / THE WAR OF 1809 ( THE CONTINENTAL SYSTEM, 1809-14 / THE PENINSULAR WAR, 1808-14 /RUSSIA UNDER ALEXANDER I, AND THE INVASION OF 1812 /THE WAR OF LIBERATION, 1813-4 / THE FIRST RESTORATION, 1814-5 / THE CONGRESS OF VIENNA, 1815 / THE HUNDRED DAYS, 1815 / THE BRITISH EMPIRE, 1783-1815 / ST HELENA

 

A HISTORY

OF

SUMER AND AKKAD

 

an account of the early races of Babylonia from prehistoric times to the foundation of the babylonian monarchy

A HISTORY OF BABYLON

FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE MONARCHY

TO THE PERSIAN CONQUEST

 

The Dynasties of babylon - The age of Hammurabi - The close of the First Dynasty of Babylon and the kings from the Country of the sea - The kassite Dynasty and its relations with Egypt and the Hittite Empire - The later dynasties and the Assyrian Domination - The Neo-babylonian empire and the Persian conquest - A Comparative List of the Dinasties of Nisin, Larsa, and Babylon

 

THE

HISTORY OF ASSYRIA

 

&

THE ASSYRIAN’S CHRONICLES

A HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE
FROM 1792 TO 1878
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I.- FRANCE AND GERMANY AT THE OUTBREAK OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.II.- THE WAR, DOWN TO THE TREATIES OF BASLE AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE DIRECTORY.III.- ITALIAN CAMPAIGNS: TREATY OF CAMPO FORMIO.IV.- FROM THE CONGRESS OF RASTADT TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CONSULATE.V.- FROM MARENGO TO THE RUPTURE OF THE PEACE OF AMIENS.VI.-THE EMPIRE, TO THE PEACE OF PRESBURG.VII.- DEATH OF PITT, TO THE PEACE OF TILSIT.VIII.- SPAIN, TO THE FALL OF SARAGOSSA.IX.-WAR OF 1809: THE NAPOLEONIC EMPIRE-SPAIN, TO THE BATTLE OF SALAMANCA.X.- RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN, TO THE TREATY OF KALISCH.XI.- WAR OF LIBERATION, TO THE PEACE OF PARIS.XII.- THE RESTORATION XIII.-THE PROGRESS OF REACTION. EUROPE AFTER 1815.XIV.-THE MEDITERRANEAN MOVEMENTS OF 1820.XV.- THE FIGHT FOR THE INDEPENDENCE OF GREECEXVI.- THE MOVEMENTS OF 1830.XVII.- SPANISH AND EASTERN AFFAIRS.XVIII.- EUROPE BEFORE 1848XIX.-THE MARCH REVOLUTION, 1848. XXI.- THE PERIOD OF CONFLICT, DOWN TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SECOND FRENCH EMPIRE.XXII.-THE CRIMEAN WAR.XXIII.-THE CREATION OF THE ITALIAN KINGDOM.XXIV.-GERMAN ASCENDENCY WON BY PRUSSIA.XXV.- THE WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND GERMANY.XXVI.-EASTERN AFFAIRS.

HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH FROM THE APOSTOLIC AGE TO THE REFORMATION

A.D. 64-1517

JAMES CRAIGIE ROBERTSON

BOOK I. FROM THE PERSECUTION OF THE CHURCH BY NERO TO CONSTANTINE’S EDICT OF TOLERATIONA.D. 64-313 - BOOK II. FROM CONSTANTINE THE GREAT TO THE DEATH OF THEODOSIUS I A.D. 313-395 - BOOK III. FROM THE DEATH OF THE EMPEROR THEODOSIUS I TO THE PONTIFICATE OF GREGORY THE GREAT. A.D. 395-590 -- BOOK IV. FROM THE ELECTION OF GREGORY THE GREAT TO THE DEATH OF CHARLEMAGNE. A.D. 590-814 - BOOK V. FROM THE DEATH OF CHARLEMAGNE TO THE DEPOSITION OF POPE GREGORY VI. A.D. 814-104 - BOOK VI FROM THE DEPOSITION OF POPE GREGORY VI TO THE DEATH OF POPE CELESTINE III. A.D. 1046-1198 - BOOK VII. FROM THE ELECTION OF INNOCENT III TO THE DEATH OF BONIFACE VIII.A.D. 1198-1303 - BOOK VIII. FROM THE DEATH OF POPE BONIFACE VIII TO THE END OF THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE.A.D. 1303-1418. -BOOK IX. ROM THE END OF THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE TO THE END OF THE FIFTH COUNCIL OF THE LATERAN, A.D. 1418-1517

 

THE

THIRTY YEARS' WAR

 

THE OUTBREAK OF THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR - THE VALTELLINE (1603-39) - THE PROTESTANT COLLAPSE (1620-30) – RICHELIEU - THE VASA IN SWEDEN AND POLAND (1560-1630.) - GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS (1630-1632)  - WALLENSTEIN AND BERNARD OF WEIMAR (1632-4) NORDLINGEN AND PRAGUE (1634-5) - PRESBYTERIANS AND INDEPENDENTS - THE WESTMINSTER ASSEMBLY (1645-9 ) - THE PEACE OF WESTPHALIA  - THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE PROTECTORATE (1649-59)  - THE NAVY OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE FIRST DUTCH WAR - SCOTLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF CHARLES I TO THE RESTORATION  - IRELAND... FROM THE PLANTATION OF ULSTER TO THE CROMWELLIAN SETTLEMENT (1611-59) - THE SCANDINAVIAN NORTH. (1559-1660) - SPAIN AND SPANISH ITALY UNDER PHILIP III AND IV - FREDERICK HENRY, PRINCE OF ORANGE - DESCARTES AND CARTESIANISM.

ANCIENT BABYLONIA

THE ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

 

Foundation of the Assyrian Empire - Supremacy of Assyria - Sennacherib and Esarhaddon - Ashurbanipal and the Fall of Assyria - Hittite Civilization - Kingdom of Van (Urartu) - Scythians and northern nomads - New Babylonian Empire - Eclipse of Egypt - Ethiopians and Assyrians in Egypt - Restoration of Egypt - Art of the Saite Period - Topography of Jerusalem - Israel and the Neighbours - Fall and Rise of Judah - Lydia and Iona - Growth of the Dorian States - Early Athens - Northern and Central Greece - Colonial Expansion of Greece - Growth of the Greek Cities - Assyrian Art

THE PERSIAN EMPIRE AND THE WEST

 

The Foundation and the Extension of the Persian Empire . The Reform of the Athenian State . Athens under the Tyrants . The Outer Greek World in the Sixth Century BC . Coinage from is origin to the Persian Wars. Athens: the Reform of Cleistenes . The Reign of Darius . MARATHON . Xerxes’ Invasion of Greece . The Deliverance of Greece . Carthague and Sicily

THE

HISTORY OF ANCIENT INDIA

 

THE ARYANS- THE AGE OF THE RIGVEDA - THE PERIOD OF THE LATER SAMHITAS, THE BRAHMANAS, THE UPANISHADS- THE HISTORY OF THE JAINS - EARLY HISTORY OF THE BUDDHISTS - THE PERIOD OF THE SUTRAS - THE EPIC POEMS - THE PURANAS - THE PERSIAN DOMINION - ALEXANDER THE GREAT - THE HELLENIC KINGDOMS : SYRIA, BACTRIA, PARTHIA - CHANDRAGUPTA - THE MAURYA EMPIRE - ASOKA - SUCCESSORS OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT - SCYTHIAN AND PARTHIAN INVADERS - EARLY HISTORY OF SOUTHERN INDIA - EARLY HISTORY OF CEYLON - MONUMENTS OF ANCIENT INDIA - CHRONOLOGY

 

A HISTORY OF GREECE

TO THE DEATH OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT

J.B. BURY

THE

SELEUCID EMPIRE

HOUSE OF SELEUCUS

Perdiccas. Seleucus I Nicator conquers the East. Antiochus I Soter. Antiochus II Theos. Seleucus II Kallinikos. Seleucus III Soter. The First years of Antiochus III (223-216). Achaeus. reconquest of the East, Conquest of Palestine. War in Greece . War in Asia. Antiochus IV the God Manifest. and the Jews. Antiochis V Eupator and the Administration of Lysias. Demetrius the Saviour. Alexander I and the Ptolemaic Ascendancy. The Creatan Tyranny. Amtiochis Sidetes. End of the Dynasty

THE

AGE OF THE MACCABEES / 168-37 BC

I.-Sketch of Jewish History after the Return from the Captivity II.-The Condition of Palestine from the Return to the Accession of Antiochus the Great III.-The History from the Accession of Antiochus the Great to the Time of the Maccabean Revolt (222-168 BC) IV.-The Maccabean Revolt to the Death of Judas (168-160 BC). V.-From the Death of Judas to the Death of Simon III (160-135 BC) VI.-The Reign of John Hyrcanus (135-105 BC) VII.-From the Accession of Aristobulus to the Death of Jannaeus (106-78 BC) VIII.-The Reign of Alexandra (78-69 BC) IX.-From the Death of Alexandra to Herod’s Capture of Jerusalem (69-37 BC)

ROME AND CARTHAGE

STRUGGLE FOR THE ASCENDANCY IN THE WEST

264-201BC

CARTHAGE -- SICILY -- THE FIRST PUNIC WAR, 264-241 B.C. -- THE WAR OF THE MERCENARIES, 241-238 B.C. -- THE WAR WITH THE GAULS, 225-222 B.C. -- THE FIRST ILLYRIAN WAR, 229-228 B.C. -- THE SECOND ILLYRIAN WAR, 219 B.C. -- THE SECOND PUNIC OR HANNIBALIAN WAR, 218-201 B.C. -- SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PUNIC WAR

ROME AND THE MEDITERRANEAN

218-133 BC

Polybius - Hannibal's Invasion of Italy - Scipio and Victyory - Rome and Macedon : Philip against the Romans - Rome and Antiochus - Fall of the Macedonian Monarchy - Rome and the Hellenistic States - The Romans in Spain - Beginnins of the Latin Literature - Roman Religion and the Advent of Philosophy -- Fall of Carthage -Syria and the Jews - Thrace - The Bosporan Kingdom - Pergamum . Rhodes - Delos - Hellenistic commerce and Art

HISTORY OF GREECE UNDER THE ROMANS.

BC 146 — AD 716

CHAPTER I.-From the conquest of Greece to the establishment of Constantinople as the capital of the Empire B.C. 146-A.D. 330

CHAPTER II.-To the Accession of Justinian A.D. 330-527

CHAPTER III.-The Breeks under the Reign of Justinian A.D. 527-565

CHAPTER IV.- Restoration of roman power in the East by Heraclius A.D. 565-633

CHAPTER V. From the Mohammedan invasion of Suria to the extinction of the roman power in the East. A.D. 633-716

TURKS AND AFGHANS

Arab conquest of Sind - The Ghaznavid Dynasty of Ghazni and Lahore - Earlier slaves Kings of Delhi - Khalji Dynasty and the Conquets of Deccan - Reigns of Ghiyasuddin and Muhammad Tughluq and Revolt of the Deccan - Reign of Firuz Tughluq - Extintion of the Tughluq Dynasty -Invasion of Timur - Sayyid Dynasty - Lody Dynasty - Kingdom of Jaunpur - Kingdom of Bengal - Kingdom of Kashmir - Gujarat and Khandesh - Kingdom of Malwa - Kingdom of Deccan : 1347-4490 - Decline and fall of the Deccan Kingdom: 436-1490 - The Five Kingdoms of the Deccan: 1527-1599 - Southern India : 1000-1565 - Sind and Multan - Native States of Northern India : 1000 - 1526 - Burma : 1287-1531. Shan Inmigration - Ceylon : 1215-1527

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT.

THE REORGANISATION OF THE EMPIRE AND THE TRIUMPH OF THE CHURCH

I. THE EMPIRE UNDER DIOCLETIAN II. THE PERSECUTION OF THE CHURCH III. THE ABDICATION OF DIOCLETIAN AND THE SUCCESSION OF CONSTANTINE IV. CONSTANTINE AND HIS COLLEAGUES V. THE INVASION OF ITALY VI. THE VISION OF THE CROSS AND THE EDICT OF MILAN VII. THE DOWNFALL OF LICINIUS VIII. LAST DAYS OF PERSECUTION IX. CONSTANTINE AND THE DONATISTS X. THE ARIAN CONTROVERSY XI. THE COUNCIL OF NICEA XII. THE MURDERS OF CRISPUS AND FAUSTA XIII. THE FOUNDATION OF CONSTANTINOPLE CHAPTER XIV. ARIUS AND ATHANASIUS XV. CONSTANTINE'S DEATH AND CHARACTER XVI. THE EMPIRE AND CHRISTIANITY

 

 

THE ARIANS OF THE FOURTH CENTURY

 

 

 

SAINT AMBROSE,

HIS LIFE TIMES AND TEACHING

 

THE CHRISTIAN ROMAN EMPIRE AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE TEUTONIC KINGDOMS

A.D. 300-500

INTRODUCTION Invasion of Europe by the Barbarians

CONSTANTINE and the reorganization of the Empire - Constantine's Successors and the struggle with Persia - The Triumph of Christianity - ARIANISM - Expansion of the Teutons (to A.D. 378) - The Dynasty of Valentinian and THEODOSIUS THE GREAT - The Teutonic Migrations , 378-412 - The VISIGOTHS - THE FRANKS - Sueves, Alans and Vandals in SPAIN, 409-429 - The Huns: ATTILA - Roman BRITAIN - The Kingdom of ITALY under ODOVACAR AND THEODORIC - The Eastern Provinces from Arcadius to Anastasius - NESTORIUS - MONASTICISM -

THE RISE OF THE SARACENS

AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE

A.D. 500-800

JUSTINIAN. IMPERIAL RESTORATION - GAUL UNDER THE MEROVINGIAN FRANKS - SPAIN UNDER THE VISIGOTHS - ITALY UNDER THE LOMBARDS - SUCCESSORS OF JUSTINIAN - MAHOMET AND ISLAM - EXPANSION OF THE SARACENS - SUCCESSORS OF HERACLIUS TO 717 - EXPANSION OF THE SLAVS - CONVERSION OF THE CELTS AND TEUTONS - ENGLAND To c. 800 - THE CAROLINGIAN REVOLUTION - CHARLES THE GREAT AND THE PAPACY

THE LATER ROMAN EMPIRE

FROM THE DEATH OF THEODOSIUS I TO THE DEATH OF JUSTINIAN

THE GERMAN CONQUEST OF THE WEST - CONSTANTINOPLE - THE SUPREMACY OF STILICHO - THE GERMAN INVASIONS UNDER HONORIUS - THEODOSIUS II AND MARCIAN - THE EMPIRE OF ATTILA - LEO I AND RICIMER’S RULE IN ITALY - THE REIGN OF ANASTASIUS - THE EMPIRE AND PERSIA - JUSTIN I AND JUSTINIAN I - THE PERSIAN WARS - THE RECONQUEST OF AFRICA - THE RECONQUEST OF ITALY— PROCOPIUS

THIRDMILLENNIUMLIBRARY/MEDIEVAL-HISTORY/JUSTINIAN_THEODORA/THE-AGE-OF-JUSTINIAN-AND-THEODORA-Frontpage.html

THE AGE OF JUSTINIAN AND THEODORA

 

Constantinople in the Sixth Century - The Roman Empire Under Anastasius - The Origins of Justinian - Pre-Imperial Career of Theodora - War with the Persians - The Schools of Philosophy Sat Athens and their Abolition by Justinian - John of Cappadocia - The Nika Revolt - Recovery of Africa from the Vandals -The Building of St. Sophia - War with the Goths in Italy - The Second Persian War - Private life in the Imperial Circle - Final Conquest of Italy - Religion in the Sixth Century - Justinian ans Theologian - Peculiarities of the Roman Law - The las days of Justiniam - Literatutre and Art in the Sixth Century

 

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 I.

THE LIVES OF THE POPES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES

VOLUME I

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

ST. GREGORY I THE GREAT (590-604) SABINIAN (604-606) BONIFACE III (607) ST. BONIFACE IV. (608-615) DEUSDEDIT (615-618) BONIFACE V (619-625) HONORIUS I (625-638) SEVERINUS (640) JOHN IV (640-642) THEODORE I (642-649) ST. MARTIN I (649-654) ST. EUGENIUS I (654-657) VITALIAN (657-672) ADEODATUS (672-676) DONUS (676-678) ST. AGATHO. (678-681) ST. LEO II (682-683) ST. BENEDICT II. (684-685) JOHN V (685-686) CONON (686-687) ST. SERGIUS I (687-701) JOHN VI (701-705) JOHN VII (705-707) SISINNIUS (708) CONSTANTINE (708-715) ST. GREGORY II. (715-731) GREGORY III (731-741) ST. ZACHARY (741-752) STEPHEN II (752) and STEPHEN (II) III (752-757) ST. PAUL I (757-767) WWW.CRISTORAUL.ORG 5 STEPHEN (III) IV (768-772) HADRIAN I (772-795)

 

CHARLEMAGNE,

AND THE HISTORY OF THE FRANKS

FIRST PART 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 (AD 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)

SECOND PART 1.-FROM THE BIRTH OF CHARLEMAGNE, TO HIS DEATH. 742-814

GERMANY

AND THE WESTERN EMPIRE

 

LOUIS THE PIOUS. THE CAROLINGIAN KINGDOMS (840-918) FRANCE, THE LAST CAROLINGIANS AND THE ACCESSION OF HUGH CAPET (888-987) FRANCE IN THE ELEVENTH CENTURY. THE KINGDOM OF BURGUNDY . HENRY I . OTTO I THE GREAT. OTTO II . OTTO III. HENRY II. CONRAD II. HENRY III. THE VIKINGS. FOUNDATION OF THE KINGDOM OF ENGLAND. ENGLAND FROM AD 954 TO THE DEATH OF EDWARD THE CONFESSOR. THE WESTERN CALIPHATE. THE CHURCH FROM CHARLEMAGNE TO SYLVESTER II. FEUDALISM. BYZANTINE AND ROMANESQUE ARTS.

 

THE LIVES OF THE POPES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES VOLUME II

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

LEO III (795-816) STEPHEN (IV) V (816-817) PASCHAL I (817-824) EUGENIUS II (824-827) VALENTINE (827) GREGORY IV (827-844) ST. LEO IV (847-855) BENEDICT III (855-858) ST. NICHOLAS I THE GREAT (858-867) HADRIAN II (867-872) JOHN VIII (872-882) MARINUS I (882-884) HADRIAN III (884-885) STEPHEN (V) VI (885-891)

THE LIVES OF THE POPES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES VOLUME III

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

FORMOSUS (891-896) BONIFACE VI (April? 896) STEPHEN (VI) VII (896-897) ROMANUS (897) THEODORE II (897) SERGIUS III (904-911) ANASTASIUS III (911-913) LANDUS (913-914) JOHN X (914-928) LEO VI (928 or 928-9) STEPHEN (VII) VIII (929-931) JOHN XI (931-936) LEO VII (936-939) STEPHEN (VIII) IX (939-942) MARINUS II (942-946) AGAPITUS II (946-955) JOHN XII (955-964) BENEDICT V (964) JOHN XIII (965-972) BENEDICT VI (972-974) BENEDICT VII (974-983) JOHN XIV (983-984) BONIFACE VII (ANTIPOPE ?) (984-985) JOHN XV (985-996) GREGORY V (996-999) PART TWO (999-1048) SYLVESTER II (999-1003) JOHN XVII (1003) JOHN XVIII (1003-1009) SERGIUS IV (1009-1012) BENEDICT VIII (1012-1024) JOHN XIX (1024-1032) BENEDICT IX (1032-1045) GREGORY VI (1045-1046) CLEMENT II (1046-1047) DAMASUS II (1048)

HISTORY OF THE HOLY EASTERN CHURCH. PATRIARCHATE OF ALEXANDRIA

BOOK I FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE CHURCH OF ALEXANDRIA TO THE RISE OF NESTORIANISM.BOOK II. THE RISE OF THE NESTORIAN HERESY, A.D. 428, TO THE DEPOSITION OF DIOSCORUS, AND THE GREAT SCHISM, A.D. 451. -.   BOOK III FROM THE DEPOSITION OF DIOSCORUS TO THE CAPTURE OF ALEXANDRIA BY THE SARACENS. - BOOK IV. FROM THE CAPTURE OF ALEXANDRIA BY THE SARACENS TO THE ACCESSION OF SALADIN AS VIZIR - BOOK V. FROM THE ACCESSION OF SALADIN AS VIZIR (A.D. 1169) TO THE FIRST INTERFERENCE OF THE PORTUGUESE (AD 1490). -   BOOK VI. FROM THE FIRST INTERFERENCE OF THE PORTUGUESE, A.D. 1490 TO THE DEATH OF HIEROTHEUS, A.D. 1846

THE CONTEST BETWEEN EMPIRE AND PAPACY

600 - 1300 A.C.

Reform of the Church . Gregory VII - Germany under Henry IV - Conquest of South Italy and Sicily by the Normans - The Italian cities till . Islam in Syria and Egypt : 750-1100 - The first crusade - The Kingdom of Jerusalem : 1099-1291 - Germany : 1125-1152 - Italy : 1125-1152 -Frederick Barbarossa and the Lombard League - Henry VI - Development of ther Duchy of Normandy . Norman Conquest of England - England : 1087-1154. Henry II of England. Louis VI and Louis VII : 1108-1180- Communal movement - Monastic Orders . Canan Law - Medievak Scholls to c. 1300 -Philosophy in the Middle Ages

MATILDA OF TUSCANY

A.D. 1046 –1115

LA GRAN DONNA D'ITALIA

NORA DUFF

THE

EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE (717-1453)

 

Leo III and the Isaurian Dynasty (717-802) - The Phrygian Dynasty - The Macedonian Dynasty ( 867-1057) - The Struggle with the Saracens (717-1057) - History of Armenia- The First Bulgarian Empire (679-1018) - The Earlier Comneni , Isaac I (1057-4059), Alexius I (1081-1118) - The Later Comneni , John (1118-1143), Manuel (1143-1180), Alexius II (1180-1183), Andronicus (1183-1185) - The Latin Empire - Greece and the Aegean under Frank and Venetian Domination (1204-1571). The Empire of Nicaea - The Balk an States - The Turkish Conquest (1355-1483) -The Mongols - The Ottoman Turks - The Fall of Constantinople

THE HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES

A.D. BOOK I.— 300-1095. FIRST CRUSADE. BOOK II.— 1096-1097. BOOK III.— 1097-1099. BOOK IV.— 1099-1103. BOOK V.— 1099-1148. BOOK VI.— 1142-1148. SECOND CRUSADE. BOOK VII.— 1148-1188. THIRD CRUSADE. BOOK VIII.— 1188-1192. BOOK IX.— 1195-1198. FOURTH CRUSADE. BOOK X.— 1198-1204. FIFTH CRUSADE. BOOK XI.— 1198-1204. BOOK XII.— 1200-1215. SIXTH CRUSADE. BOOK XIII.— 1242-1245. SEVENTH CRUSADE. BOOK XIV.— 1248-1255. BOOK XV.— 1255-1270. EIGHTH CRUSADE. BOOK XVI.— 1291-1396. ATTEMPTED CRUSADES AGAINST THE TURKS. BOOK XVII.— 1453-1481. CRUSADES AGAINST THE TURKS. BOOK XVIII.— 1571-1685.

FREDERICK I BARBAROSSA

1122-1190

THE LIFE OF SALADIN AD 1138-1193

AND THE FALL OF THE KINGDOM OF JERUSALEM

Stanley Lane-Poole

PART I— 1. SALADIN’S WORLD. 1098 - 1144 PART II— EGYPT, 1138-1174. PART III— EMPIRE, 1174-1186. - PART IV— THE HOLY WAR, 1187-1191 - PART V— RICHARD AND SALADIN, 1191-1193

 

1204-1461

MEDIEVAL GREECE FROM ITS CONQUEST BY THE CRUSADERS TO ITS CONQUEST BY THE TURKS AND OF THE EMPIRE OF TREBIZOND

A HISTORY OF FRANKISH GREECE

1204-1566

 

Greece at the time of the Frankish Conquest : 1204-1207. The organization of the Conquest : 1207-1214. Zenith of Frankish rule 1214-1262. Greek revival : 1262-1278. The Angevins in Greece : 1278-1307. The Catalan Grand Company : 1302-1311. The Catalans and their Neighbours : 1311-1333. Rise of the Acciajuoli : 1333-1373. The Navarrese Company: 1373-1388. Florentine and Venetian Athens : 1388-1415. Greek Reconquest of Achaia : 1415-1441. The Turkish Conquest :1441-1460. The Venetian Colonies : 1462-1540. Corfú : 1214-1485. Ionian Islands Under Venice : 1485-1540. Duchy of the Archipelago : 1207-1463. Duchy of the Archipelago : 1463-1566.

THE PRINCES OF ACHAIA AND THE CHRONICLES OF MOREA. A study of Greece in the Middle Ages


THE PROLOGUE. THE SACK OF CONSTANTINOPLE—THE PARTITION OF THE EMPIRE—THE CONQUEST OF MOREA—GEOFFREY OF VILLEHARDOUIN I AND GEOFFREY II—THE SETTLEMENTS OF ATHENS AND EUBOEA—THE BARONIES OF ACHAIA—WILLIAM VILLEHARDOUIN - CHARLES OF ANJOU, PRINCE OF ACHAIA—THE DUCHY OF ATHENS, 1263-1287—EUBOEA AND THE ISLAND—FLORENCE OF HAINAULT AND ISABELLA VILLEHARDOUIN—PHILIP OF SAVOY—PHILIP OF TARENTUM—THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF THE CATALAN COMPANY —THE LAST OF THE DE LA ROCHES —GAUTIER DE BRIENNE—FERDINAND OF ARAGON AND LOUIS OF BURGUNDY—MAHAULTE OF HAINAULT—JOHN OF GRAVINA—THE CATALANS IN ATHENS—ROBERT AND PHILIP OF TARENTUM—MARIA OF BOURBON—THE HOUSE OF ACCIAJUOLI—JOAN OF NAPLES AND OTHO OF BRUNSWICK—THE KNIGHTS OF RHODES—JACQUES DE BAUX AND THE NAVARRESE COMPANY—PIERRE DE SAN SUPERAN—CENTURIONE ZACCARIA—THE GREEK RESTORATION

a history of verona

 

A HISTORY OF VERONA

 

Early History of Verona - The Development of the Self-governing Commune - The Rise of Ezzelino da Romano - Ezzelino da Romano as an Independent Ruler - The Founding of the Scaligeri Dynasty under Mastino I - Alberto I - Bartolomeo I and Alboino - Cangrande I - The Culminating Point of the Scaligeri - The Downfall of Alberto II and Mastino II - Cangrande II and Cansignorio  - The End of the Scaligeri  - Verona under the Visconti and Carraresi - Later History of Verona - The Veronese School of Painting  - Sculpture and Architecture 

J. B. BURY’ THE CAMBRIDGE MEDIEVAL HISTORY.VOLUME VII

DECLINE OF EMPIRE AND PAPACY

ITALY IN THE TIME OF DANTE - ITALY, 1313-1414 - GERMANY, 1273-1313. LEWIS THE BAVARIAN. CHARLES IV. BOHEMIA IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY. THE SWISS CONFEDERATION IN THE MIDDLE AGES. THE HANSA. TEUTONIC ORDER. THE POPES OF AVIGNON AND THE GREAT SCHISM. FRANCE: THE LAST CAPETIANS.FRANCE: THE HUNDRED YEARS’ WAR (TO 1380) FRANCE: ARMAGNACS AND BURGUNDIANS (1380-1422) ENGLAND: EDWARD I AND EDWARD II. EDWARD III AND RICHARD II. WYCLIF. WALES, 1066 TO 1485. IRELAND TO 1315. SCOTLAND TO 1328.  SPAIN, 1252-1410.RUSSIA, 1015-1462. THE JEWS IN THE MIDDLE AGES.MEDIEVAL ESTATES. PEASANT LIFE AND RURAL CONDITIONS (c. 1100 TO c. 1500). THE EARLY RENAISSANCE.  MEDIEVAL MYSTICISM

LIFE

OF

WILLIAM WALLACE

The History of the Popes From the Close of the Middle Ages

L.F.v.PASTOR

1305-1464

THE POPES AT AVIGNON,
MARTIN V - EUGENIUS IV - NICHOLAS V

- CALIXTUS III - PIUS II.

 

LIFE AND TIMES OF  FRANCESCO SFORZA,

DUKE OF MILAN

WITH A PRELIMINARY SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF ITALY

The History of the Popes From the Close of the Middle Ages

L.F.v.PASTOR

1464-1503

PAUL II, SIXTUS IV, INNOCENT VIII, ALEXANDER VI

THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE

AND

THE WAR IN BOHEMIA

 

A HISTORY OF THE POPES FROM THE GREAT SCHISM TO THE SACK OF ROME (HTML)

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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

 

SULEIMAN "THE MAGNIFICENT"

A.D. 1494-1566

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EARLY HISTORY OF THE OTTOMAN TURKS - YOUTH AND ACCESSION OF SULEIMAN. CONTEMPORANEOUS EUROPE - BELGRADE AND RHODES - MOHACS - THE SIEGE OF VIENNA AND ITS AFTERMATH - RELATIONS WITH FRANCE TO 1536 THE GOVERNMENT - THE SERAGLIO; THE HAREM; THE SULTAN AND HIS SUBJECTS - WAR AND VICTORIES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN; KHAIREDDIN BARBAROSSA - PERSIA, INDIA, AND ABYSSINIA - HUNGARY AGAIN: 1533-1564 - MALTA AND SZIGET. DEATH

THE COURT AND REIGN OF FRANCIS THE FIRST,
King of France

It has been the fashion with modern authors to pass lightly over this frightful episode of the reign of Francis I. It destroys the illusion which attaches to his name; it renders him less attractive as a sovereign; and converts the splendid sensualist into a gloomy and heartless barbarian. But let the thinking mind fall back upon the whole chain of his previous career, and its close will scarcely prove matter of astonishment. The morals of the age were unhappily lax; the example of the most exalted of the priesthood venal profligate, and degrading; Religion, even by the several pontiffs, made subservient to expediency; the cardinals more celebrated in the annals of gallantry than in those of piety; the ambition of the great nobles confined to personal aggrandizement; and the bulk of the people buried in ignorance and superstition. That there were glorious exceptions in all ranks is most true but these have almost universally been over­looked,—many, too many of them, altogether forgotten. The pure gold sinks to the bottom of the stream, while the more worthless dross rises and sparkles upon the surface of the current. We admit, therefore, that the vices of Francis may find some extenuation in the character of the age, and the nature of his education; but we repeat, that those who have recorded only the brilliant and attractive portions of his career, and have wilfully and advisedly buried his backslidings in oblivion, have not done their duty either to themselves or to those who may be influenced by their researches.

THE RENAISSANCE

 

THE AGE OF DISCOVERY - THE NEW WORLD - THE OTTOMAN CONQUEST - ITALY AND HER INVADERS - FLORENCE (I): SAVONAROLA (II): MACHIAVELLI - ROME AND THE TEMPORAL POWER - VENICE - GERMANY AND THE EMPIRE - HUNGARY AND THE SLAVONIC KINGDOMS - THE CATHOLIC KINGS - FRANCE - THE NETHERLANDS - THE EARLY TUDORS - ECONOMIC CHANGE - THE CLASSICAL RENAISSANCE - THE CHRISTIAN RENAISSANCE - CATHOLIC EUROPE- THE EVE OF THE REFORMATION

 

THE MEDICI POPES

LEO X AND CLEMENT VII

 

Julius II Improved position of the House 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
HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION
IN GERMANY

BOOK I. ATTEMP TO REFORM THE CONSTITUTION OF THE EMPIRE. 1486—1517 . BOOK II. EARLY HISTORY OF LUTHER AND CHARLES V 1517—1521 . BOOK III. ENDEAVOURS TO RENDER THE REFORMATION NATIONAL AND COMPLETE. 1521-1525 . BOOK IV. FOREIGN RELATIONS—FOUNDATION OF THE NATIONAL CHURCHES OF GERMANY. 1521-1528 . BOOK V. FORMATION OF A CATHOLIC MAJORITY. 1527-1530 - BOOK VI. ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF THE LEAGUE OF SCHMALKALD 1530-1535

 

 

THE REIGN OF HENRY THE EIGHT

I.

HENRY VII II. The Apprenticeship of Henry VIII. The Three Rivals III. King and Cardinal. From Calais to Rome IV.The Origin of the Divorce. The Pope's Dilemma V. LIFE AND FALL OF CARDINAL WOLSEY VI. "Down with the Church" "The Prevailing of the Gates of Hell" VII. The Crisis. Rex et Imperator VIII. The Final Struggle . Conclusion

 

THE HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION

I  MEDICEAN ROME  II  HABSBURG AND VALOIS  III   HABSBURG AND VALOIS (II)  IV  LUTHER. V  NATIONAL OPPOSITION TO ROME IN GERMANY  VI  SOCIAL REVOLUTION AND CATHOLIC REACTION IN GERMANY VII  THE CONFLICT OF CREEDS AND PARTIES IN GERMANY VIII  RELIGIOUS WAR IN GERMANY IX  REFORMATION IN FRANCE   X THE HELVETIC REFORMATION XI  CALVIN AND THE REFORMED CHURCH. XII  THE CATHOLIC SOUTH XIII  HENRY VIII  XIV  THE REFORMATION UNDER EDWARD VI   XV  PHILIP II AND MARY  XVI THE ANGLICAN SETTLEMENT AND THE SCOTTISH REFORMATION XVII  THE SCANDINAVIAN NORTH XVIII  THE CH URCH AND REFORM XVIII  TENDENCIES OF EUROPEAN THOUGHT IN THE AGE OF  THE REFORMATION.

 

 

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

POPE LEO X

1513-1521

 

 

LEGENDS OF THE CONQUEST OF SPAIN

AND THE CHRONICLE OF THE CONQUEST OF GRANADA

the rise of the spanish empire

THE RISE OF THE SPANISH EMPIRE IN THE OLD WORLD AND IN THE NEW

I. THE MIDDLE AGES

II. THE CATHOLIC KINGS

III. THE EMPEROR

IV. PHILIP THE PRUDENT

Martin A. S. Hume

PHILIP II OF SPAIN

THE WARS OF RELIGION (HTML)

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The wars of religion in France. French humanisn and Montaigne . The Catholic reaction and the Valoisand Bathory, elections in Poland. The Height of the Ottoman Power. The empire under Ferdinandd I and Maximilian II. The Revolt of the Netherlands. William the Silent. Mary Stewart. The Elizabtehan navar war with Spain. The Elizabethan age of Literature. Tuscany and Saboy. Rome under Sixtus V. The end of the Italian Renaissance. Spain under Philip II. Spain under Philip III. Britain under James I. Ireland to the settlement of Ulster. The Dutch Republic. Henry IV of France. The EMpire under Rudolf II . Political thought in ther sixteenth century

1496 - 1528 )

THE SWEDISH REVOLUTION UNDER GUSTAVUS VASA

 

THE LIFE OF MARIE DE MEDICIS

1575 - 1462

Queen of France

JULIA PARDOE

 

THE

THIRTY YEARS' WAR

THE OUTBREAK OF THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR - THE VALTELLINE (1603-39) - THE PROTESTANT COLLAPSE (1620-30) – RICHELIEU - THE VASA IN SWEDEN AND POLAND (1560-1630.) - GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS (1630-1632)  - WALLENSTEIN AND BERNARD OF WEIMAR (1632-4) NORDLINGEN AND PRAGUE (1634-5) - PRESBYTERIANS AND INDEPENDENTS - THE WESTMINSTER ASSEMBLY (1645-9 ) - THE PEACE OF WESTPHALIA  - THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE PROTECTORATE (1649-59)  - THE NAVY OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE FIRST DUTCH WAR - SCOTLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF CHARLES I TO THE RESTORATION  - IRELAND... FROM THE PLANTATION OF ULSTER TO THE CROMWELLIAN SETTLEMENT (1611-59) - THE SCANDINAVIAN NORTH. (1559-1660) - SPAIN AND SPANISH ITALY UNDER PHILIP III AND IV - FREDERICK HENRY, PRINCE OF ORANGE - DESCARTES AND CARTESIANISM.

 

THE AGE OF LOUIS XIV

 

THE GOVERNMENT OF LOUIS XIV (1661—1715.)THE REVOCATION OF THE EDICT OF NANTES - THE FOREIGN POLICY OF LOUIS XIV (1661-97.) - FRENCH SEVENTEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE - THE GALLICAN CHURCH - THE STEWART RESTORATION - THE ADMINISTRATIONS OF JOHN DE WITT AND WILLIAM OF ORANGE. (1651-88.)- THE ANGLO-DUTCH WARS - CHARLES II AND JAMES II. (1667-87.)- THE REVOLUTION AND THE REVOLUTION SETTLEMENT IN GREAT BRITAIN - RELIGIOUS TOLERATION IN ENGLAND - AUSTRIA, POLAND, AND TURKEY - THE WAR OF THE SPANISH SUCCESSION. The Peace oF Utrecht - PARTY GOVERNMENT UNDER QUEEN ANNE - RUSSIA. (1462—1682.) PETER THE GREAT AND HIS PUPILS. (1689—1730.) - THE SCANDINAVIAN KINGDOMS AND THE GREAT NORTHERN WAR - THE ORIGINS OF THE KINGDOM OF PRUSSIA. THE COLONIES AND INDIA - EUROPEAN SCIENCE IN THE SEVENTEENTH AND EARLIER YEARS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES. -LATITUDINARIANISM AND PIETISM

 

PDF-The History of the Maritime Wars of the Turks

PDF. THE HISTORY OF THE ISLAND OF CORFU

 

A PROTESTANT MANIFESTO

 

WINFRED ERNEST GARRISON

I.- DEFINING PROTESTANTISM II.-PROTESTANTISM AFFIRMS III.-ORIGIN AND VARIETIES OF PROTESTANTISM IV.-COMMON TO ALL GREAT RELIGIONS V.-COMMON TO ALL CHRISTIANS VI.-DISTINCTIVELY PROTESTANT VII.-CHERISHED VALUES AND WAYS VIII.-ALIEN TO PROTESTANT SPIRIT IX.-PROTESTANTISM DENIES X.-PROTESTANTISM’S WORD TO THE MODERN WORLD

The Lands Of The Eastern Caliphate

The Persian revolution of 1905-1909

HISTORY OF EGYPT VOLUME I Islamic Egypt, 640-1517

HISTORY OF EGYPT VOLUME 2 Modern Egypt, from 1517 to the end of the twentieth century

The Modern History Of Japan

Slavonic Europe; a political history of Poland and Russia from 1447 to 1796

A History Of The Far East In Modern Times

A History Of Modern Times

 

IRAN. A MODERN HISTORY

A History of Japan to 1334

 

A History of Japan, 1334-1615

A History of Japan, 1615-1867

THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF JAPAN / Six vols. Set

 

Chronicle of the Pharaohs_ The Reign By Reign Record of the Rulers and Dynasties of Ancient Egypt

   
   

374

MONTANISM AND THE PRIMITIVE CHURCH A STUDY IN THE ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF THE SECOND CENTURY.

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67

HISTORY OF THE WARS And The Secret Story of the Court of Justinian

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332

395-800 AD ) THE LATER ROMAN EMPIRE FROM ARCADIUS TO IRENE

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LITERARY HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE AGES. FROM THE CLOSE OF THE REIGN OF CESAR AUGUSTUS TO ITS REVIVAL IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.

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197

LEO X, CHARLES V  AND LUTHER

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

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273

THE AGE OF LOUIS XIV

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THE DIPLOMACY OF THE GREAT WAR

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READING HALL THE DOORS OF WISDOM. 2015

PAINTING HALL--THE HISTORY OF MUSIC--SPANISH SALA DE LECTURA -- ANCIENT HISTORY--BIOGRAPHYKA-- HISTORY OF ISRAEL--HISTORY OF GREECE--HISTORY OF ROME--HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY--HISTORY OF THE POPES--MEDIEVAL HISTORY --BYZANTINE EMPIRE--THE CRUSADES--THE RENAISSANCE--THE REFORMATION--MODERN HISTORY--FRENCH REVOLUTION--AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY OF WWI -- HISTORY OF THE NATIONS -- THE BOOK OF HISTORY--INTRODUCTION TO UNIVERSAL LITERATURE--INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE-- AUTHORS---ESSAYS-- SOURCES OF HISTORY -- READING HALL "THE JEWELS FROM THE WESTERN CIVILIZATION": THE TREASURE FROM OUR CHRISTIAN PAST

History of the Churches

v. 1. The religious forces of the United States, by H.K. Carroll.--v. 2. A history of the Baptist churches, by A.H. Newman.--v. 3. A history of the Congregational churches, by Williston Walker.--v. 4. A history of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, by H.E. Jacobs.--v. 5. A history of the Methodists, by J.M. Buckley.--v. 6. A history of the Presbyterian churches, by R.E. Thompson.--v. 7. A history of the Protestant Episcopal Church, by C.C. Tiffany.--v. 8. History of the Reformed Church, Dutch, by E.E. Corwin. History of the Reformed Church, German, by J.H. Dubbs. A history of the Unitas fratrum, or Moravian Church, by J.T. Hamilton.--v. 9. A history of the Roman Catholic Church, by Thomas O'Gorman
Manual of universal church history (4 Volumes)
Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature to the End of the Sixth Century
 
Universal History
v. l. Ancient and medieval history.--v. 2. Modern history.--v. 3. American history.--v. 4. Great philosophers.--v. 5. Famous women.--v. 6. Famous warriors.--v. 7. Foreign statesmen.--v. 8. American statesmen.--v. 9. Literature of the 19th century.--v. 10. Achievements of the 19th century
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RIDPATH'S HISTORY OF THE WORLD; being an account of the ethnic origin, primitive estate, early migrations, social conditions and present promise of the principal families of men
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The invasion of the Crimea; its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan    
The invasion of the Crimea; its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan
The founding of the German Empire by William I based chiefly upon Prussian state documents by Heinrich von Sybel
The history of modern Europe: with an account of the decline & fall of the Roman Empire; and a view of the progress of society, from the rise of the modern kingdoms to the peace of Paris in 1763; in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son
History of the Consulate and the Empire of France under Napoleon
 
History of the Nations
 
 
 
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A history of theatrical art in ancient and modern times - Mantzius, Karl
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READING HALL "THE DOORS OF WISDOM" 2015

 

 

CHARLES V 1519-1558

OTTOMAN EMPIRE

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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.
 

GENERALITIES & MISCELLANEOUS

 

PIUS VI 1775-1799

THE YEAR 1807

GRACCHUS BABEUF

P. J. Proudhon

SOCIALISM

SCOTTISH PEOPLE

ROMAN LAW IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE

SIMON DE MONTFORT

SPANISH EMPIRE

CEYLON

WARS OF RELIGION

KOREAN WAR

RECONQUEST OF SPAIN

CONQUEST OF MEXICO

LUTHER(1483-1546)

VASCO DE GAMA

LOUIS XIV

PHILIP THE SECOND

ELIZABETH (1558-1603)

30 YEARS' WAR(1618-1648)

PAPACY

Peter the Great

ISAAC NEWTON

THE MANCHUS (1616-1902)

 

YAKOOB BEG (1829-1877)

ARIZONA AND MEXICO

 

 

 

 

ANCIENT HISTORY

NIPPUR

The narrative of the University of Penssylvania to Babylonia in the years 1888-1890

 

The adventure

of the

cuneiform writing' decipherment

A

HISTORY OF SUMER AND AKKAD

HISTORY OF EGYPT

FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE PERSIAN CONQUEST

A HISTORY OF BABYLON

FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE MONARCHY TO THE PERSIAN CONQUEST

THE

HISTORY OF ASSYRIA

HISTORY OF PERSIA

FROM THE ORIGIN TO THE DEATH OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT

ANCIENT INDIA

The Cambridge History of India

THE

HISTORY OF ARABIA

TO THE DEATH OF MOHAMMED

 

HISTORY OF THE NATIONS
HISTORY OF SIBERIA

A

HISTORY OF CHINA

HISTORY OF JAPAN

THE EMPIRE OF AUSTRIA : ITS RISE AND POWER

A

POPULAR HISTORY OF FRANCE FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES

History of
Spain and Portugal

THE EMPIRE OF RUSSIA

FROM THE REMOTEST PERIODS TO THE END OF THE XIX CENTURY

HISTORY OF OLD GREECE
DARIUS THE GREAT (550–486 BC)

LIFE AND TIMES OF PERICLES

AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF ATHENS

XERXES (519 BC-465 BC)

ARTAXERXES III OCHUS (425-338 BC)

PHILIP II OF MACEDON & ALEXANDER THE GREAT (382-323 BC)

THE RISE OF THE MACEDONIAN EMPIRE

DEMOSTHENES AND THE LAST DAYS OF GREEK FREEDOM (384-322 B.C.)

PYRRHUS OF EPIRUS (319/318–272 BC)

CHANDRAGUPTA MAURYA
THE HOUSE OF PTOLEMY (331-30 BC)

THE HISTORY OF AGATHOCLES (320-284 BC)

HISTORY OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE

THE GRACCHI, MARIUS, AND SULLA

HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR

(100-44 BC)

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MARC ANTONY

(83-30 BC)

CLEOPATRA

(69-30 BC)

AUGUSTUS.

HIS LIFE AND WORK

(63 BC-14 AD)

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF NERO

THE EMPEROR JULIAN.

PAGANISM AND CHRISTIANITY

THE ARIANS OF THE FOURTH CENTURY

ST. HILARY OF POITIERS

(AD 300-368)

LEO THE GREAT

(AD 400-461)

E. A. FREEMAN
WESTERN EUROPE IN THE FIFTH CENTURY. AN AFTERMATH

THE AGE OF JUSTINIAN AND THEODORA.

A HISTORY OF THE SIXTH CENTURY AD

THE FRANKS,

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

MEDIEVAL HISTORY

GREGORY THE GREAT

(540-604)

THEODORIC THE GOTH (454-526 ).

THE BARBARIAN CHAMPION OF CIVILIZATION

MAHON
THE LIFE OF BELISARIUS

THE RISE OF THE SARACENS AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE

ANSKAR.

The Apostle of the North. A.D.801-865

King

ALFRED OF ENGLAND

(871-899)

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HINCMAR.

(806-882)

ARCHBISHOP OF RHEIMS

CANUTE THE GREAT (995-1035)

AND THE RISE OF DANISH IMPERIALISM DURING THE VIKING AGE

HISTORY OF THE HOLY EASTERN CHURCH

AVICENNA.

His life (980-1037) and Work

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR

(1027-1087)

THE EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE, 717-145

 

THE CONTEST OF EMPIRE AND PAPACY

 

Edmund Curtis
ROGER OF SICILY AND THE NORMANS CONQUEST OF SICILY (1016-1154)
J.D. Dalgairns
St. STEPHEN HARDING. ABBOT OF CITEAUX, (1066-1134) And founder of the Cistercian Order.
T. Duncan Mackie
POPE ADRIAN IV (1100-1159)
A HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES. THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS
Richard I "Lionheart"
THE WAR OF FREDERICK I AGAINST THE COMMUNES OF LOMBARDY.
ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI (1182-1226)

INNOCENT III THE GREAT (1161-1216),

AN ESSAY ON HIS  LIFE AND TIMES

THE BLACK DEATH IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY

The War of the Eight Saints in Florentine.

Memory and oblivion

PRINCE HENRY THE NAVIGATOR (1394-1460)

THE HERO OF PORTUGAL AND OF MODERN DISCOVERY

BEATRICE D'ESTE, DUCHESS OF MILAN

(1475-1497)

GUSTAVE MASSON
MEDIEVAL FRANCE FROM THE REIGN OF HUGUES CAPET TO THE BEGINNING OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY.
BIBLIOMANIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES
C. W. C. OMAN THE ART OF WAR IN THE MIDDLE AGES A.D. 378-1515
MODERN HISTORY

THE RENAISSANCE

THE CAMBRIDGE MODERN HISTORY VOLUME II

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF RODRIGO BORGIA,

POPE ALEXANDER VI

The Life of Cesare Borgia
Lucretia Borgia
Vasco da Gama and his successors

THE PEASANT WAR IN GERMANY

(1525-1526)

CHARLES BUTLER

Historical Memoirs respecting the English. Irish, Scottish Catholic from the Reformation to the Nineteenth Century

RISE AND FALL OF THE ANABAPTISTS
URBAN VIII (1623-1644)
THE AGE OF LOUIS XIV

THE BOSTON MASSACRE,

MARCH 5, 1770

THE STORY OF PETERLOO,

OR THE MASSACRE OF MANCHESTER IN 1820

ELIZABETH WORMELEY LATIMER
FRANCE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (1830-1890)
HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE IN AFRICA
CHINESE ACCOUNT OF THE OPIUM WAR OF 1888.

THE

DIPLOMACY OF THE GREAT WAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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
 

 

 

 

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ITALY AND HER INVADERS The Visigothic Invasion

Hunnish,Vandal and Herulian Invasions

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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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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
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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