An Universal History from the Earliest Account of Time; Compiled from Original Authors and Illustrated with Maps, Cuts, Notes Etc. with a General Index to the Whole Volume 20

An Universal History from the Earliest Account of Time; Compiled from Original Authors and Illustrated with Maps, Cuts, Notes Etc. with a General Index to the Whole Volume 20

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1748 edition. Excerpt: ... 273. Covenants, ceremonies antiently used in ratifying them, iii. 488, seq. Cevtnmsn-ft prohibited by the Jrwiih law, iii, rot, xx, .. k /.. f Ouviac castle, if. noble defence against the Goths, xix. 305. Cutncil of Aries, xv. 574. Of Nice, 586. Of Sardica, xvi. 157. Of Antioch, 288. (G). Of Constantinople, xvii. 3." Second of Nice, 54. 71. Of Clermont decrees the holy war, 146, fee, . Of Lyons, 184. Os' Fcirara and Florence, unites the Greek and Latin churches, 208. Counts, whence derived, xv. 421 (Y).---of Afric, their origin, xiv. 291 (Z). of Italy, their origin, xix. 694. See Comitet. of the sea.coast, a Roman officer in Bri-tain, xix. 82. Cowidacbus invites Attila against, the Acatiiri, xix.-.19. Courtiers, their precarious and uncertain state, vii. 254 (1). Courtpips and Contrails, how managed among the Jews, iii. 142. Coufin-germans, forbid to intermarry, xvi. 385. That law when put into the code, 386. Reversed by Arcadius, ibid. Cowardice, how punished by the Athenians, vi. 314. f Coway States, whence so called, xix. 81. On what occasion placed, 126 (E). Casi.-.a Midianitish princess, killed by Phinehas, ii. 158. iii. 433. Crabs in Persia, laid to live on trees, v. 91. Crales, king of Servia, assists the Greeks, xvii. 189. Kind reception of Cantacuzenus, aoo. Falls out with him, 202. Cranaus, king of Athens, dethroned, vi. 176. Crane, a dance so called, by whom invented, viii. 339. j" Cranganore, where situate, XX. 87 (A). Ac-count of Jews settled there, ibid. + Cranot island, where, viii. 362. Crajsus Licit, defeated and kil ed in Pergamos, x. 44. His ruin occasioned by his covetous ness, ibid. succeeds Gabinius in Judaea, x. 378. Plun-ders the temple, ibid. Sent into Syria, xi. 13. His motly character, ibid. seq...show more

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