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Peter Parley's Universal History on the Basis of Geography (Classic Reprint)
by:Samuel Griswold Goodrich
ElNT a 7LXIV. Bnd of Grecian independenoe ,. 227 LXV. Modem history of Greece 230 LXVL Chronology of Greeca 233 LXVIL A bout Italy as it now is 236 LXVIII. Founding of Rome by Romulus. I ts early state 23 LXIX. Battle of the Horatii and the Curiatii 243 LXX. From the reign of A ncus Martins till the expulsion of the kings 246 LXXI. The story of...
ElNT a 7LXIV. Bnd of Grecian independenoe ,. 227 LXV. Modem history of Greece 230 LXVL Chronology of Greeca 233 LXVIL A bout Italy as it now is 236 LXVIII. Founding of Rome by Romulus. I ts early state 23 LXIX. Battle of the Horatii and the Curiatii 243 LXX. From the reign of A ncus Martins till the expulsion of the kings 246 LXXI. The story of Coriolanus. 250 LXXII. Rome invaded by the Gauls. The first Punic war 253 LXXIII. Second and third Punic wars 257 LXXIV. Scipio striumph 260 LXXV Sylla and Marius 263 LXXVI. Cneius Pompey and Julius CsB sar 265 LXXVIL Caesar usurps the supreme power .... 268 LXXVIIL Assassination of Julius Caesar 270 T.XI Consequences of Csesar sdeath 273 LXXX. A bout the great power and extent of the Roman empire in the time of Augustus 277 LXXXI. The means by which Rome acquired its power. 281 LXXXI. Rome under the emperors 284 LXXXIIL Fall of the western empire of the Romans. 287 LXXXXV. Progress of the decline of Rome 291 LXXXY. Manners and customs of the ancient Romans 294 LXXXVL A bout reU gion. Deities. Temples. Marriages 296 LXXXVU. A bout funeral rites and ceremonies 299 LXXXVIII. Roman fS sirms. Mode of ploughing. Farm-houses. Grain. Cattle. Superstitions of the farmers. Vines. Countryhouses. Aqueducts 304 LXXXIX Military affairs of the Romans. Division of the army. The imperial eagle. Music. A rms. Dress. Military rewards. Crowns. The triumph 30 XC. A bout navai affairs. The war-galley. Commerce. Shows of wild beasts. Exhibitions of gladiators 314 XCI. Sports. Chariot-racing. The circus. Carriages. Private entertainments. Supper-rooms. Convivial parties. Luxuries. Clocks. Fine arts. Books. Costume 318 XCII. Rome under the popes. 323 XGIU. The kingdom of Italy ,329 XCIV. -C hronology of Rome 333 XCV. A bout theO ttoman empire. Turkey in Europe. Turkey in A sia. A bout the climate, people, and other things 335 XCVI. A bout th(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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