The Historical Geography of Europe, Volume 1

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Longmans, Green, and Company, 1881 - Europe
 

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Contents

The Greek Nation
25
Akarnania and the Corinthian colonies
31
Their submission to Lydians and Persians 3233
32
The Macedonian kingdoms Egypt Syria
38
Characteristics of the Italian peninsula the great islands
44
Growth of the Roman Power in Italy
49
Liguria Venetia Istria foundation of Aquileia
55
The Illyrian provinces kingdom of Skodra conquest
62
Conquests from Augustus to Nero incorporation of vassal
66
CHAPTER IV
73
Dioceses of Italy Illyricum and Africa greatness of Car
79
The Wandering of the Nations
83
The WestGothic kingdom in Gaul and Spain 8990
89
Settlement of the English in Britain
95
Settlements in Britain and Gaul
96
101102
101
THE FINAL DIVISION OF THE EMPIRE
103
Wars of Chosroes and Heraclius
109
Slavonic settlements under Heraclius the Dalmatian cities
115
Division of the Frankish dominion Austria and Neustria 120121
120
Extent of the Carolingian Empire
126
The Eastern Empire
131
CHAPTER VI
134
Lotharingia
140
Rivalry of the Eastern and Western Empires and Churches
141
Its later history mainly swallowed up by France
146
The European Themes Hellas Lombardy Sicily 151152
151
Settlement of the Bulgarians
156
Special character of the Hungarian kingdom effects of
157
CHAPTER VII
166
The Ecclesiastical Divisions of Gaul and Germany
172
The Ecclesiastical Divisions of Spain
178
Foundation of the English sees territorial bishoprics
181
CHAPTER VIII
188
Fluctuations on the Burgundian frontier union of Burgundy
194
Polish frontier Pomerania Silesia
200
Supremacy of Wessex
202
Growth of the House of Austria separation of Switzerland
203
The North Mark of Saxony or Mark of Brandenburg
209
Duchy of Francia held by the bishops of WŘrzburg
215
Trent and Brixen
217
The German Confederation princes holding lands within
223
War with France the new German Empire recovery
229
Apulia Sicily Venice no part of the kingdom their relation
233
Central Italy Romagna and the march of Ancona
239
The Tuscan cities Lucca rivalry of Pisa and Genoa Siena
245
Wars of the French Revolution the new republics Treaty
251
Union of Italy comes from Piedmont earlier movements
257
Growth of Savoy Burgundian possessions of its counts
263
The Austrian power its position as a marchland its union
267
History of Geneva territory restored to Savoy division
274
Acquisition of Nizza
282
Duchy of Savoy annexed to France restored annexed again
288
Brobant Hainault union of Holland and Hainault
294
Annexation of the duchy of Burgundy Flanders and Artois
340
Relations between France and Spain Roussillon Navarre
343
Annexation of Franche ComtÚ and Besanšon seizure
349
Distinction between the Republican and Imperial Con
355
Losses among the colonies independence of Hayti sale
359
Turanian invasions from the North Bulgarians Magyars c
365
Loss and recovery of Crete and Cyprus separation
371
Servia Croatia and Dalmatia
373
New enemies Magyars Turks
379
Despotat of Epeiros Greek Empire of Thessalonikŕ their
385
Turkish conquest of Constantinople of Peloponnesos
391
The Norman kingdom of Sicily Benevento 250
392
Advance of the Normans in Italy Aversa and Capua
394
Extent of the Kingdom of Jerusalem other Latin states
400
Pagania
406
Conquest and loss of Peloponnesos
412
Greek and Latin states use of the name M˘raia 415416
415
Turkish conquest of Albania revolt of Scanderbeg Turkish
421
The Balsa at Skodra loss of Skodra beginning of Tzer
428
Kingdom of Hungary its relations to Croatia and Slavonia
434
Bohemia and its dependencies
438
Galicia and Lodomeria Bukovina Dalmatia 440441
440
Advance of the Ottomans in Asia in Europe dominion
445
The Greek War of Independence extent of the Greek nation
452
Independence and new frontier of Roumania 453454
453
Note on M Sathas 460461
460
Turanian intrusions Bulgarians Magyars Ottomans
463
The primitive nations Aryan and nonAryan 455466
467
Settlements in Orkney Man Iceland Ireland
471
Bohemia and Moravia their relations to Poland Hungary
477
Supremacy of the northern Vladimir commonwealths
483
Duchy of SouthJutland or Sleswick its relations to Den
489
The Military Orders Swordbrothers and Teutonic
495
Use of the name of France its dukes acquire the western
496
Advance of Christianity Lithuania the last heathen power
497
Growth of Russia creation of Prussia temporary greatness
503
Denmark Norway Sweden
508
Fiefs of Sweden within the Empire Pomerania Bremen
509
Sweden after the peace of Oliva
510
Temporary Russian advance on the Caspian superiority
516
Advance in Turkestan and Eastern Asia extent and cha
522
THE SPANISH PENINSULA AND ITS COLONIES
525
Shiftings of Castile Leon and Gallicia final union Casti
531
The Two Sicilies their various unions and divisions
537
The Colonial Dominion of Spain and Portugal
540
Shiftings of the Celtic and Teutonic kingdoms little geo
546
The Picts their union with the Scots Scottish Strath
550
Ireland
556
The thirteen Colonies their independence
562
Summary 568569
568
The Norman Power in Italy and Sicily its relations to
578
Different directions of the Scandinavian settlements
579
251
591
Breakup of the Servian power the later Servian kingdom
598

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