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Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume IV.

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Gibbon, Edward.
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London : Electric Book Company, 2000.
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Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D.
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Contents:
Intro
Contents
Preface to the Fourth Volume of the Original Quarto Edition
Chapter XXXIX. Zeno and Anastasius, Emperors of the East.-Birth, Education, and First Exploits of Theodoric the Ostrogoth.
Theodoric undertakes the conquest of Italy, A.D. 489
The three defeats of Odoacer
Capitulation and death of Odoacer, A.D. 493
Reign of Theodoric, A.D. 493-526
Civil government under Theodoric
Prosperity of Rome and Italy
Religious tumults
The philosopher Boethius
Death of Theodoric, A.D. 526
Chapter XL Elevation of Justin the Elder.-Reign of Justinian: I. The Empress Theodora. II.
Justin I and the adoption of Justinian
The reign of Justinian, A.D. 527-565
The empress Theodora
The factions of the circus
Nika, or the sedition of Constantinople, A.D. 532
Agriculture and manufactures
The quest for silk
The Ĺ“conomy of the Eastern empire
Corruption of ministers
Edifices and architects
The church of St. Sophia
Precarious fortifications of the empire
The Persian war, A.D. 502-505
Suppression of the schools of Athens
The Roman consulship extinguished, A.D. 541
Chapter XLI. Conquests of Justinian in the West.-Character and first Campaigns of Belisarius.
Belisarius and his victories in Persia
Preparations for the African war
Departure of the fleet, A.D. 533
Vamdals defeated in the first battle
Reduction of Carthage
Belisarius conquers Africa, A.D. 534
Triumph of Belisarius at Constantinople
Defeat of the Moors, A.D. 535
Amalasontha, queen of Italy
Belisarius invades Italy, A.D. 537
Belisarius enters Rome
siege of the Goths, A.D. 536-537
Deliverance of Rome
Invasion of Italy by the Franks, A.D. 538
Belisarius subdues the Gothic kingdom of Italy, A.D. 539
Return and glory of Belisarius, A.D. 540
Antonina, wife of Belisarius.
Chapter XLII. State of the Barbaric World.-Establishment of the Lombards on the Danube.-Tribes and Inroads of the Sclavonians
Weakness of the empire, state of the Barbarians, A.D. 527-565
The Lombards
Sclavonians and Bulgarians
Origin of the Turks in Asia, A.D. 545
Reign of Chosroes in Persia, A.D. 531-579
Chosroes invades Syria, A.D. 540
Belisarius defends the East
Treaties between Justinian and Chosroes, A.D. 540-561
Chapter XLIII. Rebellions of Africa.-Restoration of the Gothic Kingdom by Totila.-Loss and Recovery of Rome.
Rebellion of the Moors, A.D. 543-558
Totila, king of the Goths, and Italy
Belisarius returns to Italy, A.D. 544
Rome besieged and taken by the Goths, A.D. 546
Rome recovered by Belisarius, A.D. 547
Final recall of Belisarius, A.D. 548
Rome retaken by the Goths
Narses, the eunuch, and the last Gothic war, A.D. 552
Conquest of Rome by Narses
Narses defeats the Franks and Alemanni, A.D. 554
Settlement of Italy, A.D. 554-568
Last victory, disgrace and death of Belisarius
Death of Justinian, A.D. 565
Comets, A.D. 531, 539
Earthquakes
Plague
Chapter XLIV. Idea of the Roman Jurisprudence.-The Laws of the Kings-The Twelve Tables of the Decemvirs.-The Laws of the Peop
The Twelve Tables
Laws of the people
decrees of the Senate
Edicts
Constitutions of the emperors
Succession of the civil lawyers
Roman law reformed by Justinian, from A.D. 527
The Code and Pandects
The Novels
The Institutes
I. Of Persons
II. Of Things
III. Of Actions
IV. Of Crimes and Punishments
Chapter XLV. Reign of the younger Justin.-Embassy of the Avars.-Their Settlement on the Danube.-Conquest of Italy by the Lomb
Reign of Justin the younger, A.D. 565-574
Alboin, king of the Lombards
Conquest of Italy by the Lombards, A.D. 568-570.
Reign of Tiberius II, A.D. 578-582
Reign of Maurice, A.D. 582-602
The exarchate of Ravenna
The kingdom of the Lombards under Autharis, A.D. 584-590
Pontificate of Gregory the Great, or First, A.D. 590-604
Chapter XLVI. Revolutions of Persia after the Death of Chosroes or Nushirvan.-His Son Hormouz, a Tyrant, is Deposed.
Last wars and death of Chosroes, A.D. 570-572
Tyranny of Hormouz
Restoration and policy of Chosroes, A.D. 591-603
Wars of Maurice against the Avars, A.D. 595-602
Revolt of Constantinople
murder of Maurice, A.D. 602
Tyranny of the emperor Phocas, A.D. 602-610
Reign of Heraclius, A.D. 610-642
Conquests and wars of Chosroes, A.D. 603-626
First expedition of Heraclius against the Persians, A.D. 622
Third expedition and victories of Heraclius, A.D. 627
Flight, fall and murder of Chosroes, A.D. 628
Chapter XLVII. Theological History of the Doctrine of the Incarnation.-The Human and Divine Nature of Christ.
Dispute of the Incarnation
I. The Ebionites
II. The Docetes
II. Cerinthus
IV. Apollinaris
Cyril, patriarch of Alexandria, A.D. 412-444
Nestorius, patriarch of Constantinople
First council of Ephesus, A.D. 431
Victory of Cyril, A.D. 431-435
Heresy of Eutyches, A.D. 448
Council of Chalcedon, A.D. 451
The Henoticon of Zeno, A.D. 482
The Trisagion and the first religious war
Theology and persecution under Justinian
The three chapters, A.D. 532-698
The Monothelite controversy, A.D. 629
Union of the Greek and Latin churches
The Oriental sects: I. The Nestorians
II. The Jacobites
III. The Maronites
IV. The Armenians
V. The Copts or Egyptians
VI. The Abyssinians and Nubians
Notes
Chapter XXXIX
Chapter XL
Chapter XLI
Chapter XLII
Chapter XLIII
Chapter XLIV
Chapter XLV
Chapter XLVI
Chapter XLVII.
Abrahah,
264
441
Abraham, nephew of John Maron 566
Abyssinia, Abyssinians
83
263
441
554
575
578
Acacius, father of Theodora
60
64
67
acephali, of Egypt 538
Achilles, Harmatius
20
126
315
Achin 82
Adarman, general 442
Adrianople
22
459
Adrumetum
138
271
Adulis, merchants of Aerobindus
83
264
Africa
37
44
60
100
102
116
124
128
132
136
137
139
141
145
148
149
150
153
156
157
161
167
187
193
203
204
212
226
249
262
266
267
271
292
308
320
375
413
471
480
508
549
576
578
Africanus, Julius
129
154
Agathias
58
96
236
306
Alani 225
Alaric
34
161
Albania/Albanians
114
488
Albinus, senator 48
Alboin, king of the Lombards
216
401
403
405
407
409
412
425
Alemanni
33
266
303
421
Aleppo, (Beroea)
241
475
564
Alexander
95
114
116
178
275
327
339
389
440
476
485
501
Alexandria
62
117
436
476
483
496
502
512
514
515
518
520
522
525
526
528
531
533
536
538
550
570
573
575
576
Alexis de Menezes, archbishop of Goa 562
Aligern
300
302
305
Almondar, king of Hirai 238
Amalafrida, sister of Theodoric 161
Amalasontha, queen of Italy
162
166
174
190
Amali
23
51
162
292
Amalphi
351
423
Amantius
54
55
Amida
110
112
474
489
560
564
Ammatas, brother of Gelimer
139
145
Ammonius 516
Anastasia, wife of Tiberius
60
415
Ancona
192
289
293
422
Andronicus, the elder 315
Angamala, bishop of 561.
Antalas 270
Antes, Sclavonian scribe 219
Anthemius, mathematician
94
97
Anthropomorphites 508
Antinopolis 94
Antioch
70
102
107
213
241
244
261
319
442
455
475
518
520
525
527
533
539
550
556
563
566
568
Antonina, wife of Belisarius
93
131
136
140
186
188
193
202
203
204
206
209
282
287
288
313
Apamea
241
442
558
563
566
Apollinaris, bishop of Laodicea
510
511
512
535
551
571
573
Apulia
33
36
173
275
285
286
303
Arabia
62
262
263
354
413
446
528
Arabs
88
111
130
159
244
251
262
476
501
545
564
574
577
Aratus 294
Arethas, chief of Gassan
238
244
Ariadne, daughter of Leo
19
205
Arian, Arianism
40
46
50
125
144
149
155
189
195
267
282
286
405
519
Arians
44
142
195
267
436
511
518
544
577
Aristotle
45
115
122
236
339
517
Arles
34
40
Armenia, Armenians
80
109
112
239
246
453
486
487
493
554
567
568
Arrian 252
Artaban
269
288
291
Artabazus 273
Artaxerxes
234
452
Asbad 298
Asia
22
79
80
84
85
95
100
101
103
106
116
201
204
212
220
221
222
231
243
246
249
262
265
308
389
393
437
440
443
448
456
464
469
471
474
479
480
484
490
497
505
511
518
522
530
533
544
573
Asinarian gate, Rome
175
186
283
Aspar 19
Assyria
113
234
243
244
444
446
489
494
554
Athanasian creed 125.
Athanasius, patriarch of Alexandria.
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Print version: Gibbon, Edward Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume IV
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9781843271413
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906191642