CONTENTS OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.
State of the Eastern Empire in the Tenth Century
They hold the two Principles of the Ma-
-Extent and Division--Wealth and Revenue-
gians and Manichæans.
Palace of Constantinople- Titles and Offices-
The Establishment of the Paulicians in
Pride and Power of the Emperors-Tactics of the
Armenia, Pontus, &c. ....
Greeks, Arabs, and Franks-Loss of the Latin
Persecution of the Greek Emperors.... ib.
Tongue Studies and Solitude of the Greeks.
845—880 Revolt of the Paulicians
They fortify Tephrice.
PAGE And pillage Asia Minor
Memorials of the Greek Empire.
Works of Constantine Porphyrogenitus.. ib. Their Transplantation from Armenia to
Their Imperfections ....
Embassy of Liutprand...
3 Their Introduction into Italy and France 34
The Themes or Provinces of the Empire, 1200 Persecution of the Albigeois..
and its Limits in every Age...
Character and Consequences of the Refor-
General Wealth and Populousness
State of Peloponnesus: Sclavonians.....
Freemen of Laconia..
Cities and Revenue of Peloponnesus... ib.
Manufactures—especially of Silk.
The Bulgarians-Origin, Migrations, and Settle-
Transported from Greece to Sicily
ment of the Hungarians-Their Inroads in the
Revenue of the Greek Empire...
East and West - The Monarchy of Russia-
Pomp and Luxury of the Emperors...... 8
Geography and Trade-Wars of the Russians
The Palace of Constantinople.
against the Greek Empire-Conversion of the
Furniture and Attendants
Honours and Titles of the Imperial Family 10 A. D.
Officers of the Palace, the State, and the 680 Emigration of the Bulgarians
11 900 Croats or Sclavonians of Dalmatia... ib.
Adoration of the Emperor
12 640—1017 First Kingdom of the Bulgarians..
Reception of Ambassadors
ib. 884 Emigration of the Turks or Hungarians.. 40
Processions and Acclamations
13 Their Fennic Origin...
Marriage of the Cesars with foreign Na 900 Tactics and Manners of the Hungarians
Imaginary Law of Constantine.
14 889 Establishment and Inroads of the Hunga-
733 The first Exception
941 The second
ib. 934 Victory of Henry the Fowler.......... 45
943 The third.....
of Otho the Great........
972 Otho of Germany
15 839 Origin of the Russian Monarchy..
988. Wolodomir of Russia..
The Varangians of Constantinople. 47
Despotic Power is
950 Geography and Trade of Russia.
Naval Expeditions of the Russians
Military Force of the Greeks, the Sara.
cens, and the Franks....
ib. 865 The first ....
Navy of the Greeks....
ib. 904 The second
Tactics and Character of the Greeks
18 941 The third.............
Character and Tactics of the Saracens.. 19 1043 The fourth..
The Franks or Latins....
Negotiations and Prophecy..
Their Character and Tactics............ 21 955—973 Reign of Swatoslaus.
Oblivion of the Latin Language.
22 970—973 His Defeat by John Zimisces.. 52
The Greek Emperors and their Subjects
864 Conversion of Russia.............. 53
retain and assert the Name of Romans 23
955 Baptism of Olga.
Period of Ignorance.....
Revival of Greek Learning
24 800-1100 Christianity of the North........ ib.
Decay of Taste and Genius..
Want of national Enulation...
The Saracens, Franks, and Greeks, in Italy-First
Adventures and Settlement of the Normans--Cha-
Origin and Doctrine of the Paulicians-Their Per racter and Conquests of Robert Guiscard, Duke
secution by the Greek Emperors-Revolt in Arme of Apulia-Deliverance of Sicily by his Brother
nia, &c.— Transplantation into Thrace-Propa Roger-Victories of Robert over the Emperors of
gation in the West, The Seeds, Character, and the East and West-Roger, King of Sicily, in-
Consequences of the Reformation.
vades Africa and Greece-The Emperor Manuel
Comnenus-Wars of the Greeks and Normans
Extinction of the Normans.
Supine Superstition of the Greek Church 27
660 Origin of the Paulicians, or Disciples of A. D.
28 840—1017 Conflict of the Saracens, Latins,
ibe and Greeks in Italy.
The Simplicity of their Belief and Wor 871 Conquest of Bari.
890 New Province of the Greeks in Italy.... 57