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FOUNDATION AND PROGRESS OF THE TURKISH MONARCHY IN ASIA AND
EUROPE. — DANGER OF CONSTANTiNOPLE AND THE GREEK EMPIRE.
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At end of Vol. II. MAP of CoNSTANTINopLE . . . . . . . Map of WESTERN Asia,
showing THE MARCHEs of JULIAN AND HERACLIUs . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece to
Vol. III. EUROPE ABOUT THE END OF THE FIFTH CENTURY Frontispiece to Vol
FoundaTION AND PROGREss of THE TURKISH MonARCHY IN ASIA AND
EUROPE. — DANGER OF CoNSTANTINOPLE AND THE GREEK EMPIRE.
FROM the petty quarrels of a city and her suburbs, from the cowardice and
discord of the ...
... which composed about thirty or forty thousand families: above two-thirds
refused to pay tithes or obedience to his infant son; and at the age of thirteen
Temugin fought a battle against his rebellious subjects. The future conqueror of
Asia was ...
535, 4to. edition, 1777). the Mahometan writers, who, from religious zeal,
endeavoured to connect the traditions of the nomads of central Asia with those of
the Old Testament, as preserved in the Koran. There is no trace of it in the
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Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1787
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Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1828
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