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Elevation of Timour or Tamerlane to the Throne of Samarcand.—His Conquests
in Persia, Georgia, Tartary, Russia, India, Syria, and Anatolia-Hi Turkish War.—
Defeat and Captivity of Bajazet.—Death of Timour.— Civil War of the Sons of ...
A. D. Page Battle of Angora - - - - 26 Defeat and Captivity of Bajazet - - 28 The
Story of his Iron Cage disproved by the Persian Historian of Timour - - - 3o
Attested, i. by the French - - 32 , 2, by the Italians - - 33 —-, 3. by the Arabs - - 34 ,
4. by the ...
Elevation of Timour, or Tamerlane, to the Throne of Samarcand.—His Conquests
in Persia, Georgia, Tartary, Russia, India, Syria, and Anatolia.— His Turkish War.
—Defeat and Captivity of Bajazet—Death of Timour.—Civil War of the Sons of ...
*-N- the persons best informed of each particular trans. action; and it is believed
in the empire and family of Timour, that the monarch himself composed the
commentaries " of his life, and the institutions f of his government i. But these
I After relating some false and foolish tales of Timour Lane, Arabshah is
compelled to speak truth, and to own him for a kinsman of Zingis, per mulieres (
as he peevishly adds) laqueos Santana, (pars i. c. i. p. 25.). The testimony of
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A classic of historical literature, in two volumes. The author details the history to the fall in the first volume, and the byzantine period in the second volume. Read full review