The Cambridge Medieval History, Volum 2

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Joan M. Hussey
CUP Archive, 1966 - 517 sider
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CHAPTER L
1
Wars with Licinius
7
Council of Nicaea 1315
13
The Gothic War
19
Growth of centralisation
26
CHAPTER III
55
Julians youth and conversion to Paganism
63
Julian on the Rhine
69
ReligionShamanismCosmogony
343
Conquests
349
Scythians and Magyars
356
Attila in GaulBattle of the Mauriac Plain 304
365
How far Britain became Roman
371
Saxon invasions
378
B TEUTONIC CONQUEST OF BRITAIN
382
Nature and course of the Invasion
388

Negotiations with Constantius
75
The Persian Expedition 813
81
CHAPTER IV
87
Neoplatonism and Christianity 934
94
Julian and Paganism
100
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105
The Mysteries
109
CHAPTER V
118
Causes and general course of the conservative Reaction
125
Renewal of the contestThird exile of Athanasius
131
The Homoean domination restored by Valens
137
THE ORGANISATION OF THE CHURCH
143
Deacons and Minor Orders
149
Altered use of Sacerdot
157
Local Councils
164
Church and State
170
Councils and the Creed
177
Origin of the Teutons
183
The Bastarnae
190
Mar bod
196
The GothsDcciusClaudiusAurelianDiocletian
202
Constantine and the Goths
208
Invasion of the Huns
215
CHAPTER VIII
218
Rome and Armenia
225
Gratian Emperor
231
The usurper Maximus
239
Revolt of ArbogastEugenius
245
Appointment of Theodosius
253
Division of the Empire
260
Barbarian invasion of GaulThe usurper Constantino
266
Attalus Emperor
272
CHAPTER X
277
Alaric IIBattle of Vongl?
285
B THe Franks before Clovis
292
The Ripuarian Franks
299
Passage of the Vandals into Africa
305
Last years of Gaiseric
311
Religion
321
CHAPTER XII
323
Domestication of animalsthe horse
331
Winter and summer pastures
337
East and West
395
Revolt of Heraclian
402
The Vandal invasion of Africa
409
Battle of the Mauriac Plain
416
Ricimer and Majorian
422
The mutiny of 476End of the Western Empire
430
Government of Odovacar
436
Theodorics invasion of ItalyFall of Odovacar
439
Theodorics Government
445
Foreign affairs
451
Murder of Rufinus
457
Regency of Pulcheria
463
Rise of ZenoMurder of Aspar
469
Revolt of Illus
477
Peace with Persia
483
Chrysostom and Theophilus 48994
489
CHAPTER XVIII
521
BasilSabasTheodore
529
Monasticism in Gaul
535
CHAPTER XIX
543
Commerce
551
The Curia
557
CHAPTER XX
568
The Eternal City 674
574
The De Civilate Dei 676
580
ChronograpliyRusebius 682
587
Corporationstheir decay 5513
595
The Empire and the ChurchOrganisationTaxationJustice 690
596
Engraved gems
602
Architecture
608
CHAPS PAGES
615
sation of the Empire V Heresies Arian
624
Constantines Successors to Jovian and
630
Xa The Visigoths in Gaul 412507 6546
654
a The Asiatic Background 6604
660
a Roman Britain 6667
666
The Eastern Provinces 67680
676
Monasticism 6837
683
Thought and Ideas of the Age 6914
691
Index
699
Disgraceful Peace with Persia 85
728

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