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An institution of general history, or The history of the world : being a complete body thereof, from the beginning of the world till the monarchy of Constantine the Great ; wherein are described the several empires, and the contemporaries with them, all distinctly and by themselves, and yet linked together by synchronisms ; as also, the forms and models of governments, with the power and nature of their respective magistrates, customs, laws, and antiquities, all in such unbroken order and method as yet never was extant
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AuthorHowell, William
TitleAn institution of general history, or The history of the world : being a complete body thereof, from the beginning of the world till the monarchy of Constantine the Great ; wherein are described the several empires, and the contemporaries with them, all distinctly and by themselves, and yet linked together by synchronisms ; as also, the forms and models of governments, with the power and nature of their respective magistrates, customs, laws, and antiquities, all in such unbroken order and method as yet never was extant
Pub Year1680-1685
KeywordsHistory, Ancient
Rome
History
AbstractThis book is a history of the world, from the beginnings of the world and throughout the rule of several empires. Chapters include information on the Babylonian empire, the sacred history of Egypt, the kingdoms of Rome and Persia, the affairs of Sicily and Greece, and biographies of several Roman emperors. The book ends with a description of the rule of Constantine the Great in Rome.
Edition2nd
PublisherPrinted for H. Herringman
Place of PublicationLondon,
Local Call NumberD 57 H85
Resource TypeBook
TypeText
CollectionDr. Thomas J. Khattar Collection
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