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History of the later Roman Empire : from the death of Theodosius I to the death of Justinian

Author: J B Bury
Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, 1958.
Series: Legal classics library.; World constitutions illustrated.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
"An unabridged and unaltered republication of the first edition."

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Bury, J.B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927.
History of the later Roman Empire from the death of Theodosius I. to the death of Justinian.
New York, Dover Publications [1958]
(DLC) 58011273
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J B Bury
ISBN: 9780486143385 0486143384 9780486143392 0486143392
OCLC Number: 62206973
Notes: "An unabridged and unaltered republication of the first edition."
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes) : maps
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright page; Dedication; Preface; Contents; VOL. I: Genealogical Tables-; (1) House of Theodosius; (2) House of Leo; (3) Family of Theoderic the Ostrogoth; List of Emperors; List of Bishops of Rome; List of Patriarchs of Constantinople; List of Patriarchs of Alexandria; List of Patriarchs of Antioch; List of Bishops and Patriarchs of Jerusalem; Chapter I: The Constitution of The Monarchy; 1. The Autocracy; 2. The Senate, and the Imperial Council; Chapter II: The Administrative Machinery; 1. Civil Administration.; 2. Military Organisation.; 3. Finance. 4. Compulsory Social Organisation 5. Ecclesiastical Organisation; Chapter III: Constantinople; 1. Situation. Walls and Harbours; 2. Topography and Buildings; 3. Imperial Palaces; 4. Hippodrome; 5. The Suburbs. Population; Chapter IV: The Neighbours of The Empire at the end of the Fourth Century; 1. Persia; 2. The Germans; 3. The Huns; Appendix on The Numbers of the Barbarians; Chapter V: The Supremacy of Stilicho; 1. Stilicho and Rufinus (A.D. 395); 2. Stilicho and Eutropius (A.D. 396-397); 3. The Rebellion of Gildo (A.D. 397-398). 4. Fall of Eutropius, and the German Danger in (A.D. 398-400) 5. John Chrysostom; 6. Alaric's First Invasion of Italy (A.D. 401-403); 7. Last Years and Fall of Stilicho (A.D. 405-408); Chapter VI: The German Invasions Under Honorius; 1. Alaric's Second Invasion of Italy. the Three Sieges of Rome (A.D. 408-410); 2. The German Invasions of Gaul and Spain, and the Tyranny of Constantine III. (A.D. 406-411); 3. The Tyranny of Jovinus and the Eeign of Athaulf in Gaul (A.D. 412-415); 4. Settlement of the Visigoths in Gaul, and of the Vandals and Sueves in Spain (A.D. 415-423). 5. Elevation and Death of Constantius III. (A.D. 421), and Death of Honorius (A.D. 423)Chapter VII: Theodosius II. and Marcian; 1. Regency of Anthemius (A.D. 408-414); 2. Regency of the Empress Pulcheria (A.D. 414-416); 3. The Usurpation of John in Italy, and Elevation of Valentinian III. (A.D. 423-425); 4. The Empress Eudocia (A.D. 437-444); 5. The University of Constantinople and the Theodosian Code; 6. The Reign of Marcian (A.D. 450-457); Chapter VIII: The Dismemberment op The Empire in The West; 1. Regency of the Empress Placidia. the Defence of Gaul (A.D. 425-430). 2. Invasion of Africa by the Vandals (A.D. 429-435) 3. End of the Regency; and the Ascendancy of Aetius; 4. Settlement of the Vandals in Africa (A.D. 435-442); 5. Ravenna; Chapter IX: The Empire of Attila; 1. The Geography of the Balkan Peninsula; 2. The Hun Invasions of the Balkan Peninsula (A.D. 441-448); 3. The Empire and Court of Attila; 4. Attila's Invasions of Gaul and Italy (A.D. 451, 452), and the Fall of the Hun Empire (A.D. 454); 5. Deaths of Aetius (a d. 454) and Valentinian III. (A.D. 455); 6. Christian and Pagan Speculations on the Calamities of the Empire.
Series Title: Legal classics library.; World constitutions illustrated.
Responsibility: by J.B. Bury.


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