History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire ?

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 22. mai 2015 - 738 sider
"[...] Sicily By His Brother Roger.-Victories Of Robert Over The Emperors Of The East And West.-Roger, King Of Sicily, Invades Africa And Greece.-The Emperor Manuel Comnenus.- Wars Of The Greeks And Normans.-Extinction Of The Normans. Chapter LVI: The Saracens, The Franks And The Normans.-Part II. Chapter LVI: The Saracens, The Franks And The Normans.-Part III. Chapter LVI: The Saracens, The Franks And The Normans.-Part IV. Chapter LVI: The Saracens, The Franks And The Normans.-Part V. Chapter LVII: The Turks.-Part I. The Turks Of The House Of Seljuk.-Their Revolt Against Mahmud Conqueror Of Hindostan.-Togrul Subdues Persia, And Protects The Caliphs.-Defeat And Captivity Of The Emperor Romanus Diogenes By Alp Arslan.-Power And Magnificence Of Malek Shah.-Conquest Of Asia Minor And Syria.-State And Oppression Of Jerusalem.-Pilgrimages To The Holy Sepulchre. Chapter LVII: The Turks.-Part II. Chapter LVII: The Turks.-Part III.[...]".

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