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From Hutton Webster's, Early European History (1917); edited for this on-line publication, by ELLOPOS
Table of Contents - Page 3
VII. THE LATER EMPIRE: CHRISTIANITY IN THE ROMAN WORLD, 180-395 A.D.
* The "Soldier Emperors," 180-284 A.D. * The "Absolute Emperors," 284-395 A.D. * Economic and Social Conditions in the Third and Fourth Centuries * The Preparation for Christianity * Rise and Spread of Christianity * The Persecutions * Triumph of Christianity * Christian Influence on Society
VIII. THE GERMANS TO 476 A.D.
* Germany and the Germans * Breaking of the Danube Barrier * Breaking of the Rhine Barrier * Inroads of the Huns * End of the Roman Empire in the West, 476 A.D. * Germanic Influence on Society
IX. CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION.
* The Classical City * Education and the Condition of Children * Marriage and the Position of Women * The Home and Private Life * Amusements * Slavery * Greek Literature * Greek Philosophy * Roman Literature * Greek Architecture * Greek Sculpture * Roman Architecture and Sculpture * Artistic Athens * Artistic Rome
Cf. The Ancient Greece * The Ancient Rome
Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium) * Western Medieval Europe * Renaissance in Italy