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The Empire of the Steppes: A History of Central Asia - Page xx
by René Grousset - 1970 - 687 pages
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The preliminary history to the election of Eadward the Confessor. 3d ed ...

Edward Augustus Freeman - Great Britain - 1867
...The rivalries of these last two powers fill for a long while the most important place in our history. At the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the seventh, Northumberland was at the height of its power. Its King /Ethelfrith stands forth in the pages of Breda...
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Historical selections, a series of readings on English and ..., Volume 1

Elizabeth Missing Sewell - 1868
...The rivalries of these last two powers fill for a long while the most important place in our history. At the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the seventh, Northumberland was at the height of its power. ... In the latter half of the eighth century Offa raised...
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Collections Historical & Archaeological Relating to ..., Volume 30

Powys-land Club - Montgomeryshire (Wales) - 1898
...a Prince of Powis, Brochwel Yscythrog, probably so named from the prominence of his teeth. He lived at the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the seventh. He opposed Ethelfred, the Northumbrian king, in 603, and fought in defence of the monks of Bangor Iscoed,...
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The History of the Norman Conquest of England: The preliminary history to ...

Edward Augustus Freeman - Great Britain - 1877
...last two powers fill Rivalry of for a long while the most important place in our history. Northun"' At the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the '«1land. seventh, Northumberland was at the height of its power. Of xorthIts King ^Ethelfrith stands...
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The History of the Norman Conquest of England: Its Causes and Its ..., Volume 1

Edward Augustus Freeman - Great Britain - 1877
...of these last two powers fill Rivalry of for a long while the most important place in our history, ^ At the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the inland. seventh, Northumberland was at the height of its power. O't KorthIts King ^Ethelfrith stands...
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The Church and the Gentile World at the First Promulgation of the ..., Volume 2

Augustus J. Thébaud - 1878
...The religion preached by Gregory remained conformable to the doctrine of the Catholic Church until the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the seventh, when unfortunately monophysism— the very reverse of Nestorianism—entirely invaded it. It is important...
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Chautauqua Library of English History and Literature: From the earliest ...

1879
...The rivalries of these last two powers fill for a long while the most important place in our history. At the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the seventh Northumberland was at the height of its power. Its king, jEthelfrith, stands forth in the pages of...
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The American Historical Review

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1908
...were left untouched by the active navigators of the Greek cities of Campania, especially Cumae, which, at the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the fifth, had political relations with the people on the coast of Latium. That this must have been so...
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Welshmen: A Sketch of Their History, from the Earliest Times to the Death of ...

Thomas Stephens - Wales - 1901 - 250 pages
...that has come down to us from this early period is the GODODIN, by Aneurin, who flourished towards the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the seventh. Looked at from one point of view, this poem is a curious compound of a Christianity but little understood...
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Studies in Theognis: Together with a Text of the Poems

Ernest Harrison - 1902 - 336 pages
...by one scholar in the Messenian war which began about 464, by another in a revolt of the Messenians at the end of the sixth century and the beginning of the fifth ; another has thought fit to condemn the poems which bear his name as an Athenian forgery made...
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