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From Hutton Webster's, Early European History (1917); edited for this on-line publication, by ELLOPOS
Table of Contents - Page 4
X. WESTERN EUROPE DURING THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES, 476-962 A.D.
* The Ostrogoths in Italy, 488-553 A.D. * The Lombards in Italy, 568-774 A.D. * The Franks under Clovis and His Successors * The Franks under Charles Martel and Pepin the Short * The Reign of Charlemagne, 768-814 A.D. * Charlemagne and the Revival of the Roman Empire, 800 A.D. * Disruption of Charlemagne's Empire, 814-870 A.D. * Germany under Saxon Kings, 919-973 A.D. * Otto the Great and the Restoration of the Roman Empire, 962 A.D. * The Anglo-Saxons in Britain, 449-839 A.D. * Christianity in the British Isles * The Fusion of Germans and Romans
XI. EASTERN EUROPE DURING THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES, 395-1095 A.D.
* The Roman Empire in the East * The Reign of Justinian, 527-565 A.D. * The Empire and its Asiatic Foes * The Empire and its Foes in Europe * Byzantine Civilization * Constantinople
XII. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN THE EAST AND IN THE WEST TO 1054 A.D.
* Development of the Christian Church * Eastern Christianity * Western Christianity: Rise of the Papacy * Growth of the Papacy * Monasticism * Life and Work of the Monks * Spread of Christianity over Europe * Separation of Eastern and Western Christianity * The Greek Church * The Roman Church
Cf. The Ancient Greece * The Ancient Rome
Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium) * Western Medieval Europe * Renaissance in Italy