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LONDON: B. FELLOWES; F. AND J. RIVINGTON; DUNCAN AND MALCOLM; SUTTABY AND CO.; E. HODGSON; J. DOWDING; G. LAWFORD; J. M. RICHARDSON; J. BOHN; T. ALLMAN; J. BAIN; S. HODGSON; F. C. WESTLEY; L. A. LEWIS; T. HODGES; AND H. WASHBOURNE; ALSO J. H. PARKER, AND T. LAYCOCK, OXFORD;

AND J. AND J. J. DEIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE.

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Lucius Septimius Severus

CHAPTER LIV. Heresies of the Fourth Century

32 i

Marcus Aurelius. Antoninus Caracalla

15 CHAPTER LV. Of the Christian Church, from the Death of

Marcus Opilius Macrinus

20 Theodosius to the Reign of Phocas .

332

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Heliogabalus

25 CHAPTER LVI. Ecclesiastical Writers of the Fifth and

Marcus Aurelius Alexander Severus

28 Sixth Centuries

336

Caius Julius Verus Maximinus; Marcus Antoninus Gor-

CHAPTER LVII. Heresies of the Fifth and Sixth Centuries 342

dianus, Senior and Junior; Marcus Claudius Pupienus CHAPTER LVIII. Mohammed.-Rise of the Saracen or

Maximus; and Decimus Cælius Balbinus .

34 Mohammedan Power

348

Marcus Antoninus Gordianus III..

40 CHAPTER LIX. Progress of the Saracen or Mohammedan

Marcus Julius Philippus Augustus

42 Power. The Single Khalifate .

363

Caius Messius Quintus Trajanus Decius Augustus

CHAPTER LX. Britain, from the Descent of the Saxons to

Caius Vibius Trebonianus Gallus Augustus .

44

the end of the Eighth Century.

376

Caius Julius Æmilianus Augustus

45

CHAPTER LXI. The Establishment of the Saxon Church . 393

Caius Publius Licinius Valerianus Augustus

46 CHAPTER LXII. The Eastern Empire.–From the Fall of

Publius Licinius Gallienus Augustus

48 the Western Empire of the Romans to the End of the

Marcus Aurelius Claudius II. Augustus

51 Eighth Century

. . 407

Lucius Domitius Aurelianus Augustus

53

CHAPTER LXIII. Of the Christian Church-of the Eccle-

Marcus Claudius Tacitus Augustus

57

siastical Writers-and of the Heresies in the Seventh and

Marcus Aurelius Probus Augustus

58 Eighth Centuries

418

M. Aurelius Carus Augustus; M. Aurelius Carinus Augus-

CHAPTER LXIV. The Carlovingian Empire from the

tus; and M. Aurelius Numerianus Augustus

62 Death of Charlemagne to its Dissolution under Charles

Caius Valerius Diocletianus Augustus

64

the Fat

429

Constantius Chlorus Augustus

73

CHAPTER LXV. Of the Christian Church-of the Eccle-

Galerius ; Maximianus; Maxentius ; Maximinus ; Licinius; siastical Writers—and of the Heresies in the Ninth Cen-

Constantinus.

75 tury

442

CHAPTER XXXVIII. Of the Christian Church in the Se CHAPTER LXVI. On the Rise, Growth, and General Fea-
cond and Third Centuries. Preliminary Observations 81 tures of the Feudal System .

449

CHAPTER XXXIX. Of the Christian Church in the Second CHAPTER LXVII. Annals of Italy, France, Germany, and

Century

88 Spain, from the Dissolution of the Carlovingian Empire

CHAPTER XL. Of the Christian Church in the Third Cen-

to the End of the Tenth Century

tury

100 CHAPTER LXVIII. The Anglo-Saxon Annals from the

CHAPTER XLI. Ecclesiastical Writers of the Second and Commencement of the Ninth Century to the Norman

Third Centuries.

113 Conquest.

493

CHAPTER XLII. Heresies of the Second and Third Cen CHAPTER LXIX. Annals of France, Germany, Italy, and

turies.

132 Spain, during the Eleventh Century

517

CHAPTER XLIII. From the Foundation of Constantinople

CHAPTER LXX. Annals of the Greek Empire during the

to the Death of Constantius .

Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh Centuries : of the Khalifate

CHAPTER XLIV. From the Death of Constantius to the from the Rise of the Abassides to the End of the Eleventh

Death of Julianus

193 Century

556

Plotinus.—The Eclectics, or Later Platonists

209 CHAPTER LXXI. Ecclesiastical History of the Tenth and

CHAPTER XLV. From the Accession of Jovian to the Final Eleventh Centuries .

571
Division of the Empire under Arcadius and Honorius 217 CHAPTER LXXII. The First Crusade.

CHAPTER XLVI. From the Final Division of the Empire CHAPTER LXXIII. Annals of France, Germany, and Italy

to the Sack of Rome by the Goths .

240 during the Twelfth Century

613

CHAPTER XLVII. From the Sack of Rome by the Goths CHAPTER LXXIV. Of the Christian Church of the Ec-

to its Sack by the Vandals

251 clesiastical Writers—and of the Heresies in the Twelfth

CHAPTER XLVIII. From the Sack of Rome by the Vandals Century

646

to the Extinction of the Western Empire

263 CHAPTER LXXV. The Annals of England, from the Nor-

CHAPTER XLIX. Outline of the State of Europe at the Fall man Conquest to the Accession of Richard I..

659

of the Roman Empire of the West

269 CHAPTER LXXVI. Annals of France, Germany, and Italy,

CHAPTER L. Annals of Italy, France, Germany, and Spain, during the Thirteenth Century .

686
from the Fifth to the Eighth Century, inclusive .

CHAPTER LXXVII. Ecclesiastical History of the Thirteenth

CHAPTER LI. The Reign and Empire of Charles the Great, Century .

749

or Charlemagne

295 CHAPTER LXXVIII. Progress of the Crusades; and An-

xxviii.

CHAPTER LII. Of the Christian Church, from the Death nals of the East

765
of Julian A.D. 363, to the End of the Fourth Century 302 CHAPTER LXXIX. Thomas Aquinas—The Scholastic Phi.

CHAPTER LIII. Ecclesiastical Writers of the Fourth Cen losophy

793

tary.

308

il.)

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