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It was transcribed at Constantinople in the beginning of the seventh century”, was
successively transported by the accidents of war and commerce to Amalphi", Pisa
”, and Florence *, and is now deposited as a sacred relic" in the ancient palace ...
deposited as a sacred relic" in the ancient palace of the republic”. It is the first
care of a reformer to prevent any future reformation. To maintain the text of the
Pande&ts, the Institutes, and the Code, the use of cyphers and abbreviations was
He expired in his palace after a. * Sec the family of Justin and Justinian in the
Familia Byzantinae of Ducange, p. 89—101. The devout civilians Ludewig (in Wit.
Justinian. p. 131.) and Heineccius (Hist. Juris Roman. p. 374.) have fince ...
He expired in his palace after a co, P. reign of thirty-eight years; and the decifive
op- --~ portunity was embraced by the friends of Justin the son of Vigilantia *. At
the hour of midnight, his domestics were awakened by an importunate crowd
From the palace gate, the spacious courts and long porticoes were lined with the
lofty crests and gilt bucklers of the guards, who presented their spears and axes
with more confidence than they would have shewn in a field of battle.
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In The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Edward Gibbon argues that the loss of civic virtue amongst the Romans enabled barbarian invaders to succeed in their conquest. The book traces the period ... Les hele vurderingen
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One of Gibbons' major theses is that the rise of Christianity, with its emphasis on other-worldly concerns, was a major factor in the decline of the Roman empire. In his notes, Milman, a minister, attempts to counter these conclusions. Les hele vurderingen
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 6
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1914