J.B. Bury: The Cambridge Modern History Collection

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THE CAMBRIDGE MODERN HISTORY COLLECTION

THE CAMBRIDGE MODERN HISTORY COLLECTION


J.b. Bury. The Cambridge Modern History Collection (p. 1). Blackmore Dennett. Kindle Edition.
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J.b. Bury.

The Cambridge Modern History Collection (p. 1). Blackmore Dennett. Kindle Edition.
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Sisällysluettelo Contents Содержание (Code: (1,2,3,4,5))

70001 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1501 Volume I:  The Renaissance
160101 PREFACE.
22010101 INTRODUCTORY NOTE, by Mandell Creighton
300102 CHAPTER I. THE AGE OF DISCOVERY, by Edward John Payne
700103 CHAPTER II. THE NEW WORLD, by Edward John Payne
1100104 CHAPTER III. THE OTTOMAN CONQUEST, by J.B. Bury
1600105 CHAPTER IV. ITALY AND HER INVADERS, by Stanley Leathes
2150106 CHAPTER V. FLORENCE (I): SAVONAROLA, by Edward Armstrong
2780107 CHAPTER VI. FLORENCE (II): MACHIAVELLI, by Laurence Burd
3170108 CHAPTER VII. ROME AND THE TEMPORAL POWER, by Richard Garnett
3630109 CHAPTER VIII. VENICE, by Horatio Brown
4110110 CHAPTER IX. GERMANY AND THE EMPIRE, by T.F. Tout
4660111 CHAPTER X. HUNGARY AND THE SLAVONIC KINGDOMS, by Emil Reich
4900112 CHAPTER XI. THE CATHOLIC KINGS, by Henry Clarke
5400113 CHAPTER XII. FRANCE, by Stanley Leathes
5840114 CHAPTER XIII. THE NETHERLANDS, by Adolphus Ward
6450115 CHAPTER XIV. THE EARLY TUDORS, by James Gairdner
6850116 CHAPTER XV. ECONOMIC CHANGE, by William Cunningham
7370117 CHAPTER XVI. THE CLASSICAL RENAISSANCE, by Richard Jebb
8080118 CHAPTER XVII. THE CHRISTIAN RENAISSANCE, by M.R. James
8560119 CHAPTER XVIII. CATHOLIC EUROPE, by William Barry
9000120 CHAPTER XIX. THE EVE OF THE REFORMATION, by Henry Lea
95302 Volume II:  The Reformation, the End of the Middle Ages
95303 PREFACE.
95304 by Franz Kraus
95305 by Stanley Leathes
95306 by Stanley Leathes
95307 by Thomas Lindsay
95308 by Albert Pollard
95309 by Albert Pollard
95310 by Albert Pollard
95311 by Albert Pollard
95312 by Arthur Tilley
95313 by James Whitney
95314 by Andrew Fairbairn
95315 by William Collins
95316 by James Gairdner
95317 by Albert Pollard
95318 by James Mullinger
95319 by F.W. Maitland
95320 by William Collins
95321 by Reginald Laurence
95322 by Andrew Fairbairn
95323 Volume III  The Wars of Religion
95324 by Arthur Butler
95325 by Arthur Tilley
95326 Volume IV:  The 30 Years’ War
95327 by Adolphus Ward
95328 by Horatio Brown
95329 by Adolphus Ward
95330 by Stanley Leathes
95331 by W.F. Reddaway
95332 by Adolphus Ward
95333 by Adolphus Ward
95334 by George Prothero
95335 by George Prothero
95336 Volume V:  The Age of Louis XIV
95337 by Arthur Grant
95338 by Arthur Hassall
95339 by Emile Faguet
95340 by Stafford Northcote
95341 by Charles Firth
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Muistiinpanot Highlights Примечания (Code: h)

1 (77)
“New Spain.” What was of most importance in the eye of the European invaders, it possessed stores of the precious metals, which had been accumulating in the hands of dominant tribes for seven centuries. Immense quantities of treasure steadily poured henceforth into Spain; and America assumed an entirely new aspect for the nations of Western Europe.
2 (80)
Unlike the Nahuatlaca, the Peruvian people had no reckoning of years; nor can the date of any fact in Peruvian history anterior to the conquest be accurately ascertained.
3 (80)
huanaco and vicuña, two small cognate species of the camel genus, furnished abundant food and material for clothing. These they domesticated as the llama and paco, both being Quichua words
4 (82)
Both Peru and Mexico gradually assumed the resemblance of civilised life; and their prosperity testified to the benefits conferred on them by conquests which, however unjustifiable on abstract grounds, in both cases redeemed the populations affected by them from cruel and oppressive governments, and bloody and senseless religions.
5 (82)
Charles V and his son and successor in Spain, Philip II, had constituted themselves the champions of the Catholic Church; and they freely employed the gold of America in the pursuit of intrigues favourable to their policy in every European country.
6 (97)
The Utopia, it will be seen, is no mere academic
7 (99)
In the Tupi-Guarani of Brazil, as described by one who had known them long and intimately, he recognised nothing of the character associated with the words “barbarous” and “savage.” They were rather a people permanently enjoying the fabled Golden Age of ancient poetry; strangers to the toils, diseases, social inequalities, vices, and trickeries which chiefly made up civilised life; dwelling together in vast common houses, though the institutions of the family were strictly preserved, and enjoying enjoying with little or no labour, and no fears for the future, all the reasonable commodities and advantages of human life, while knowing nothing of its superfluities; refined in their taste for poetry, specimens of which were recited to him by his domestic informant, and which appeared to him Anacreontic in their grace and beauty: and employed chiefly in the chase, the universal pleasure of the human race, even in the highest state of refinement.
8 (119)
first Slavonic printing press, from which the earliest books in Cyrillic character were issued (1493).
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Sanasto Vocabulary Словарь (Code: w)

1 Tlatohuani (“Speaker,” in the sense of “Commander” or Supreme Chief), (75)
2 Inca, or “people of the sun” (Inti). (80)
3 griffin (99)
Old French (franceis, françois, romanz; Modern French: ancien français) was the language spoken in Northern France from the 8th century to the 14th century. In the 14th century, these dialects came to be collectively known as the langue d'oïl, contrasting with the langue d'oc or Occitan language in the south of France. The mid-14th century is taken as the transitional period to Middle French, the language of the French Renaissance, specifically based on the dialect of the Île-de-France region.
4 vowed (114)
vannoi
5 instigation (117)
yllyttäminen
6 innocuous (137)
vaaraton
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Kielikuvat Idioms Идиоми (Code: i)

1 reducing the Ottoman fortress of Widdin to ashes. (113)

Määritelmät Definitions Определения (Code: d)

1 (83)
Religion
is man’s earliest philosophy;

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