|I How Many Kinds of Principalities There Are
and the Way They Are Acquired||7|
|II On Hereditary Principalities||7|
|III On Mixed Principalities||8|
|IV Why the Kingdom of Darius, Occupied by
Alexander, Did Not Rebel Against His
Successors after the Death of Alexander||16|
|V How Cities or Principalities Should Be Governed
that Lived by Their Own Laws Before They
|VI On New Principalities Acquired by One's Own
Arms and Skill||20|
|VII On New Principalities Acquired with the Arms
of Others and by Fortune||23|
|VIII On Those Who Have Become Princes Through
|IX On the Civil Principality||33|
|X How the Strength of All Principalities Should Be
|XI On Ecclesiastical Principalities||39|
|XII On the Various Kinds of Troops and Mercenary
|XIII On Auxiliary, Mixed, and Citizen Soldiers||46|
|XIV A Prince's Duty Concerning Military Matters||49|
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Book title: The Prince.
Contributors: Niccolo Machiavelli - Author, Peter Bondanella - Editor, Peter Bondanella - Translator, Mark Musa - Translator.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: 3.
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