The Chief Periods of European History


Edward A. Freeman

Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: HIS010000

The Chief Periods of European History is about the birth of modern Europe, tracing the history from the end of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance into the modern era. The book contains six lectures read in the University of Oxford in Trinity Term, 1885. It also contains the essay “Greek Cities under Roman Rule,” as an appendix.
(Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Lecture I. Europe before the Roman Power
Lecture II. Rome the Head of Europe
Lecture III. Rome and the New Nations
Lecture IV. The Divided Empire
Lecture V. Survivals of Empire
Lecture VI. The World Romeless
Appendix. Greek Cities under Roman Rule

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