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The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Volume (2) = 羅馬帝國衰亡史. [第二卷]

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  • 出版年:2011[民100]
  • 出版社:Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation 甦活全球網路
  • 出版地:Salt Lake City, UT. 臺北市

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This is Volume 2 of The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, written by English historian Edward Gibbon and published in six volumes, covering the period of the Roman Empire after Marcus Aurelius, from 180 to 1453, concluding in 1590. They take as their material the behavior and decisions that led to the decay and eventual fall of the Roman Empire in the East and West, offering an explanation for why the Roman Empire fell. This work stands as a major literary achievement of the 18th century because it was adopted as a model for the methodologies of modern historians. This led to Gibbon being called the first modern historian of Ancient Rome.?

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  • The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Volume 2(p.navPoint-1)
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  • Edward Gibbon, Esq.(p.navPoint-1)
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  • Chapter XVI—Conduct Towards The Christians, From Nero To Constantine.(p.navPoint-5)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-6)
  • The Conduct Of The Roman Government Towards The Christians, From The Reign Of Nero To That Of Constantine.(p.navPoint-6)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-8)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-9)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-10)
  • Part V.(p.navPoint-11)
  • Part VI.(p.navPoint-12)
  • Part VII.(p.navPoint-13)
  • Part VIII.(p.navPoint-14)
  • Chapter XVII: Foundation Of Constantinople.(p.navPoint-15)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-16)
  • Foundation Of Constantinople.—Political System Constantine, And His Successors.—Military Discipline.—The Palace.—The Finances.(p.navPoint-16)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-18)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-19)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-20)
  • Part V.(p.navPoint-21)
  • Part VI.(p.navPoint-22)
  • Chapter XVIII: Character Of Constantine And His Sons.(p.navPoint-23)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-24)
  • Character Of Constantine.—Gothic War.—Death Of Constantine.—Division Of The Empire Among His Three Sons.— Persian War.—Tragic Deaths Of Constantine The Younger And Constans.—Usurpation Of Magnentius.—Civil War.—Victory Of Constantius.(p.navPoint-24)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-26)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-27)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-28)
  • Chapter XIX: Constantius Sole Emperor.(p.navPoint-29)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-30)
  • Constantius Sole Emperor.—Elevation And Death Of Gallus.— Danger And Elevation Of Julian.—Sarmatian And Persian Wars.—Victories Of Julian In Gaul.(p.navPoint-30)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-32)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-33)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-34)
  • Chapter XX: Conversion Of Constantine.(p.navPoint-35)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-36)
  • The Motives, Progress, And Effects Of The Conversion Of Constantine.—Legal Establishment And Constitution Of The Christian Or Catholic Church.(p.navPoint-36)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-38)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-39)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-40)
  • Chapter XXI: Persecution Of Heresy, State Of The Church.(p.navPoint-41)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-42)
  • Persecution Of Heresy.—The Schism Of The Donatists.—The Arian Controversy.—Athanasius.—Distracted State Of The Church And Empire Under Constantine And His Sons.— Toleration Of Paganism.(p.navPoint-42)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-44)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-45)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-46)
  • Part V.(p.navPoint-47)
  • Part VI.(p.navPoint-48)
  • Part VII.(p.navPoint-49)
  • Chapter XXII: Julian Declared Emperor.(p.navPoint-50)
  • Part I(p.navPoint-51)
  • Julian Is Declared Emperor By The Legions Of Gaul.—His March And Success.—The Death Of Constantius.—Civil Administration Of Julian.(p.navPoint-51)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-53)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-54)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-55)
  • Chapter XXIII: Reign Of Julian.(p.navPoint-56)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-57)
  • The Religion Of Julian.—Universal Toleration.—He Attempts To Restore And Reform The Pagan Worship—To Rebuild The Temple Of Jerusalem—His Artful Persecution Of The Christians.—Mutual Zeal And Injustice.(p.navPoint-57)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-59)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-60)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-61)
  • Part V.(p.navPoint-62)
  • Chapter XXIV: The Retreat And Death Of Julian.(p.navPoint-63)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-64)
  • Residence Of Julian At Antioch.—His Successful Expedition Against The Persians.—Passage Of The Tigris—The Retreat And Death Of Julian.—Election Of Jovian.—He Saves The Roman Army By A Disgraceful Treaty.(p.navPoint-64)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-66)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-67)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-68)
  • Part V.(p.navPoint-69)
  • Chapter XXV: Reigns Of Jovian And Valentinian, Division Of The Empire.(p.navPoint-70)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-71)
  • The Government And Death Of Jovian.—Election Of Valentinian, Who Associates His Brother Valens, And Makes The Final Division Of The Eastern And Western Empires.— Revolt Of Procopius.—Civil And Ecclesiastical Administration.—Germany.—Britain.—Africa.—The East.—The Danube.—Death Of Valentinian.—His Two Sons, Gratian And Valentinian II., Succeed To The Western Empire.(p.navPoint-71)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-73)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-74)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-75)
  • Part V.(p.navPoint-76)
  • Part VI.(p.navPoint-77)
  • Part VII.(p.navPoint-78)
  • Chapter XXVI: Progress of The Huns.(p.navPoint-79)
  • Part I.(p.navPoint-80)
  • Manners Of The Pastoral Nations.—Progress Of The Huns, From China To Europe.—Flight Of The Goths.—They Pass The Danube. —Gothic War.—Defeat And Death Of Valens.—Gratian Invests Theodosius With The Eastern Empire.—His Character And Success. —Peace And Settlement Of The Goths.(p.navPoint-80)
  • Part II.(p.navPoint-82)
  • Part III.(p.navPoint-83)
  • Part IV.(p.navPoint-84)
  • Part V.(p.navPoint-85)

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