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A manual of ancient history, from the remotest times to the ... - Index of

A manual of ancient history, from the remotest times to the ... - Index of

A manual of ancient history, from the remotest times to the ... - Index

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  • Page 7 and 8: MANUAL or ANCIENT HISTORY, THE REMO
  • Page 9 and 10: PREFACE. The object of the present
  • Page 11 and 12: CONTENTS Intkoduction 26 BOOK I. AS
  • Page 13 and 14: CONTENTS. VU CHAPTER XII. PAGE The
  • Page 15 and 16: HISTORY OT THE NATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
  • Page 17 and 18: INTRODUCTION. 27 It must not be inf
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  • Page 21 and 22: BOOK I. ASIATIC NATIONS. CHAPTER I.
  • Page 23 and 24: GENERAL REMARKS. 33 are distinguish
  • Page 25 and 26: FORMS OF GOVERNMENT. 35 btands to t
  • Page 27 and 28: CHINA. S7 FPCtod by an immense numb
  • Page 29 and 30: CHINA. 89 is lost, but the remainin
  • Page 31 and 32: I N I> I A . 41 This end, however,
  • Page 33 and 34: )^ CO:SIMERCEOFINDIA. 43 refinement
  • Page 35 and 36: THEINDIANCASTES. - 45 chronology is
  • Page 37 and 38: THE INDIAN CASTES, 47 expounded. Th
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  • Page 41 and 42: DEVELOPMENT OF BUDDHISM. 51 of Brah
  • Page 43 and 44: EXTENSION OF BUDDHISM. ' 53 Buddlns
  • Page 45 and 46: SANSCRIT LITERATURE. 55 constitutin
  • Page 47 and 48: ARTSOFTHEINDIAN* 57 temples, and hu
  • Page 49 and 50: IRAN. 59 have few rivers, and requi
  • Page 51 and 52: IRAN. ^ 61 which shed their light u
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    BACTRIA. 68 7. The most ancient, an

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    PERSIA. DO' yoke the Medes bore for

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    PERSIA. 67 560, and Solon himself d

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    PERSIA. 06t lusium, in which the Eg

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    PERSIA. Miltiades advised. Darius w

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    ASSYRIA. 73 countries about the Eup

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    ASSYRIA. 75 Assyrian kinjrs ruled o

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    BABYLONIA. 77 1903 years before the

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    BABYLON. 79 cations of the pyramida

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    PHOENICIA. 81 by Greek astronomers.

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    PHOENICIA. 83 autumn they landed, o

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    PHOENICIA. 85 6. We possess scarcel

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    PHOENICIA. 87 gone, and never again

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    L Y D I A 8. The kingdom of Lydia w

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    EGYPT. 91 into their country from t

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    EGYPT. 93 with mere probabilities,

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    EGYPT. 95 most fortunate and ingeni

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    E n Y p T dishonoured niou. The wca

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    EGYPT. 99 Buper^tition and fanatici

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    E O Y P T . 101 The belief that the

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    EGYPT. 103 aimer! ;it nor attained

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    EGYPT. 105 not Josepli," and oppros

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    EGYPT. 107 Moeris, wliicli was iw-^

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    EGYPT. 109 six years, from b. c. 60

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    BOOK II. HISTORY OF GREECE, MACEDON

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    GREECE. 113 north to south, and nea

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    GREECE. 115 its inhabitants to a ma

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    THE MYTHICAL AGE. 117 not only in p

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    PELASGIANS AND HELLENES. 119 ages t

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    PELASaiANS AND HELLENES. 121 7. The

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    FORETON IMMIGRANTS. 123 to impress

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    HERACLES AND THESEUS. 125 lHnd^!, a

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    THE TROJAN WAR. 127 Agamemnon. The

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    STATE OP THE ARTS. 129 of that of t

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    THE DORIC STATES. 131 Phoenicians.

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    PELOPONNESUS CONQUERED BY THE DORIA

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    LYCUROUS. 135 Crete the name of anr

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    SPARTAN CONSTITUTION. 137 or classe

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    SPARTAN INSTITUTIONS. 139 by their

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    iRST MESSENIAN WAR. 141 war, was a

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    SECOND MESSENIAN WAR. 1'13 mount Ei

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    STATE OF THE ARTS. 145 example, in

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    EARLY HISTORY OF ATTICA. 147 lessne

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    CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES. 149 however

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    BOLON. 151 success raised his fame

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    LEGISLATION OF SOLON. 153 by the an

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    PISISTRATUS. 155 this force he made

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    THEPISISTRATIDS. 157 was killed dur

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    GREEK COLONIES. 159 thus freed from

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    GREEK COLONIES. 161 Phocaca were fo

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    GREEK COLONIES. 163 In comparison w

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    ART AND LITERATURE. 165 old plan of

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    PHILOSOPHY. 167 than from deep medi

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    CONQUESTS OF DARIUS IN EUROPE. 1G9

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    INSURRECTION OF THE IONIA NS. 171 B

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    BATTI-E OF MARATHON. 173 land tl.ro

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    MILTIADES. 175 moment. They nrrivcd

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    BATTLE OF ARTEMISIUM. 177 14. Even

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    ATHKNS ABANDONED. 179 Delpliians ha

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    BATTLE OF PLATAEAE. 181 was in read

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    BATTLE OF MYCALE. 183 who had suppo

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    SUPREMACY OF ATHENS. 185 manners of

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    SUPREMACY OF ATHENS. 187 Corcyra, a

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    CIMON AND PERICLES. 189 progress th

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    CIMON AND PERICLES. 191 became evi'

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    REDUCTION OF SAM OS. 193 to Athens.

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    iESCHYLUS AND SOPHOCLES. 195 The dr

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    AFFATR3 OF CORCYRA. 197 about the w

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    B E a I N N I X Ci OF THE WAR. 199

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    REVOLT OF LESBOS. 201 who were inva

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    LAST INVASION OF ATTICA. 203 democr

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    BRASIBAS IN THE NORTH. 205 Sicily c

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    THE PEACE OF NICIAS. 207 the ensuin

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    THE SICILIAN EXPEDITIONS. 209 oppon

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    SIEGE OF SYRACUSE. 211 22. In the s

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    LOSSES or THE ATHENIANS. 213 the At

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    SUCCESSES OF ALCIBIADES. 215 reduce

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    BATTLE OF ARGINUSAE. 217 battle aga

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    END OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR. 219 ;

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    RESTORATION OF TUE CONSTITUTION. 22

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    CYRUS THE YOUNGER. 223 been immorta

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    AGESILAUS. 225 the independence of

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    PEACE OF ANTALCIDAS. 227 the isprin

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    THEBAN WAR. 229 followed under Phoe

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    THE THEBAN WAR. 231 bc«n df fe:ite

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    BATTLE OF MANTINEIA. 233 think abou

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    PHILIP OF MACEDONIA. 235 four years

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    THE SACRED WAR. 237 fered in tb© a

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    CONQUESTS OF PHILIP. 239 conclude a

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    BATTLE OF ClIAERONEIA. 2-11 allianc

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    REIGN OP ALEXANDER THE GREAT. 243 A

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    LAST KINGS OF PERSIA. 1245 jeets wi

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    SIEGE OF TYRE. 247 which the milita

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    Alexander's measures in Persia. 249

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    INFLUENCE OF ALEXANDER. 251 in the

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    THE L A M I A N WAR. 253 refused to

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    STRUGGLES AMONG THE SUCCESSORS. 255

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    DEMETRIUS POLIORCETES. 257 5. When

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    L Y S I M A C H U S . 259 disposed

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    THE ACHAEAN LEAGUE. 261 the good of

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    ANTIGONUS DO SON. 2U3 supremacy in

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    SECOND WAR BETWEEN MACEDONIA AND RO

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    THE iETOLIAN LEAGUE BROKEN. 267 que

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    APPEAL TO ROME. 2G9 captivity. Mace

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    Alexander's successors. 271 to the

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    KINGDOMS IN ASIA MINOR. 273 the Thr

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    THE PTOLEMIES. 275 exotic plant, wh

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    THE LATER GREEKS. 277 every man bec

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    NATIONS OF ITALY. 279 period of whi

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    THE NATIONS OF ITALY. 281 times to

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    ROMULUS. 288 and &till is generally

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    REIGN OF NUMA POMPILIUS. 285 the Sa

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    ANGUS MARCIUS. 287 body of the peop

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    6ERVIUS TULLIUS — LUCIUS TARQUINI

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    ABOLITION OF ROYALTY. 291 mistaken.

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    RIGOUR OF L. JUNIUS BRUTUS. 293 pur

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    CONDITION OF THE PLEBEIANS. 291 bro

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    sp. cAssius! 297 ))cians were so ex

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    ADMINISTRATION OF LAW. 299 to lay d

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    CONNUBIUM— CENSORSHIP. 301 which

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    THE GAULS. 303 before. Camillus, th

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    WARS AGAINST THE GAULS. 305 of them

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    FIRST SAMNITE WAR. 307 is, that Rom

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    SUBJUGATION OF LAl^IUM. 309 CHAPTER

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    HERNICANS, yEQUIANS, ETRUSCANS DEFE

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    TARENTUM. 313 and IJoians. Numerous

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    PYRRHUS. 315 have despaired of succ

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    C A R T n A O I N I A N 3 IN SICILY

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    SYRACUSE. ol9 they had conceived of

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    THE FIRST PUNIC WAR. 321 CHAPTER VI

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    FIRST PUNIC WAR. 323 oririians coul

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    THE ROMANS ACQUIRE SARDINIA. 3'J5 c

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    CARTHAGINIANS IN SPAIN. 327 known b

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    BATTLEOP LAKE TRASI MENUS. 329 to c

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    THE ROMANS IN SPAIN. 331 sioge cont

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    DEFEAT OF HANNIBAL. 333 demanded he

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    DEATH OF HANNIBAL. 3o5 ofifemled Ph

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    SUBJUGATION OF GREECE. 337 8. Metel

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    INTERNAL CONDITION OP ROME. 339 5.

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    INTERNAL CONDITION OF ROME. 341 vot

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    THE OPTI MATES. 343 conduced the si

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    TIB. SEMPRONIUS GRACCHUS. 845 8. Oc

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    THE JUGURTIIINE WAR. 347 invested w

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    CIMBRI AND TEUTONES. 349 was able t

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    THE SOCIAL WAR. 351 up arms to conq

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    FIRST WAR AGAINST MITHRIDATES. 358

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    SULLA DICTATOR. 355 young Marius to

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    POMPEY— SERTOUIUS. 357 padocia an

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    THIRD WAR AGAINST MITHRIDATES. 859

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    CN. rOMPEY IN ASIA. 361 having foun

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    p. cLODius. 868 the most eminent an

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    GAUL. 365 Among the numerous Celtic

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    CAESAR CROSSES THE RUBICON. 367 lef

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    BATTLE OF PHARSALUS. 369 being urge

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    MURDER OF CAESAR. 371 Porapeians, a

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    BRUTUS AND CASSIUS. 873 and Sardini

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    ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. 375 the treat

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    REIGN OF AUGUSTUS. 377 ^as no more

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    WARS UNDER AUGUSTUS. 379 securing:;

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    REIGN OF TIBERIUS. 381 that Rome pr

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    REIGN OF TIBERIUS. 383 and he appen

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    REIGN OF CLAUDIUS. S85 and Caligula

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    RETQN OF NERO. 387 accomplice, died

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    REIGN OF VESPASIAN. 389 ravage! for

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    REIGN OF VESPASIAN AND TITUS. 391 a

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    REIGN OF TRAJAN. 893 moral corrupti

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    REIQN OF HADRIAN. 395 returned to R

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    REIGN OF M. AURELIUS. 397 pelf abro

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    SEPTIMUS SEVERUS. 399 persons of em

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    CARACALLA. 401 about a reconciliati

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    SUCCESSORS OF ALEXANDER SEVERUS. 40

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    GALLIENUS, 405 nus now took possess

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    PRO BUS. 407 given up to the G^ths.

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    DIOCLETIAN. 4U9 CHAPTER XIX. fAoM '

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    CONSTANTINE THE GREAT. 411 tia. Max

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    CONSTANTINE THE GREAT, 413 The disp

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    SONS OF CONSTANTINE. 415 Constans,

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    VALENTINIAN—VALENS. 417 12. Tlie

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    GRATIAN — THEODOSIUS. 419 in the

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    REIGN OF VESPASIAN. 421 CHAPTER XX.

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    ALARIC. 423 Constantine, a common s

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    THE BARBARIANS IN AFRICA. 425 Placi

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    VANDALS IN ROME. 427 year, A. r».

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    ANTHEM lUS. 429 piratical expeditio

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    CONCLUSION. 431 tion with that of t

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    434 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE. B.C. 638 C

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    436 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE. B.C. 720 7

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    438 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE. ,B.C. 600

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    440 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE. B. c. 400

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    442 CHRONOLOaiCAL TABLE. 205 200 19

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    41-1 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE. B.C. 215-

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    410 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE. B.C. 64-G1

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    448 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE. B.C. 228 2

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    4J0 CnRONOLOGICAL TABLE. B.C. 65 45

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    452 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE. A.D. 118 1

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    454 CURONOLOGICAL TABLE. A.D. 3U 32

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    456 A.D. 472 473 474 476 476 CHRONO

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    458 INDEX. Antoninus PiuK, 396, 397

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    460 INDEX. Crete, 116, 1S3. f rissa

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    462 INDKX. .Iriiiiinps. 424. .I'ltn

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    4G4 Pharsalus, 3('>8. Phayllua, 238

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    466 INDEX. Tissaphemos. 214, Ac, 22

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