Reference Studies in Medieval History

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XII. THE EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE FROM JUSTINIAN TO IRENE (565-802)
1. THE EMPERORS MAURICE (582-602) AND PHOKAS (602-10)
Bury J. B., Later Roman Empire, II, 83 ff.
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall, V, chap. xlv.
Dudden F., Gregory the Great, II, 253 ff.
Grisar H., Rome and the Popes in Middle Ages, III, 174-76.
Finlay G., History of Greece, I, chap. iv.
Bussell F. W., Constitutional History of the Roman Empire, II, 75-81.
Cambridge Medieval History, II, 277-84.
Gregorovius F., Rome in Middle Ages, II, 16-69.
Hodgkin T., Italy and Her Invaders, VI, Book VII, chap. ix.
2. HERACLIUS (610-41) AND THE WAR WITH PERSIA
Bury J. B., Later Roman Empire, II, 197-248.
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall, V, chap. xlvi.
Cambridge Medieval History, II, chaps, ix, xiii.
Butler A. J., Arab Conquest of Egypt, chaps, i-v.
Baynes N. H., "First Campaign of Heraclius," English Historical Review, XIX, 694.
Baynes N. H., "The Restoration of the Cross at Jerusalem," English Historical Review, XXVII, 287.
Baynes N. H., "A Critical Study of the Military Operations of the Emperor Heraclius," United Service Magazine ( 1913).
Sykes P., History of Persia, I, chap. xlii.
Bussell F. W., Constitutional History of the Roman Empire, I, Book III, chap. iv; II, 82-86.
Clermont-Garneau, "Taking of Jerusalem by the Persians in 614," Publications Palestine Exploration Fund ( 1898), 36-54.
Conybeare F. C., "Antiochus Strategos' Account of the Sack of Jerusalem in A.D. 614," English Historical Review, XXV, 502.
English Historical Review, XXI, 141 (a review).
"A Contemporary Account of Persian Capture of Jerusalem in 614," Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly Statement, ( January, 1898), pp. 36-54.
Duckworth, John the Almsgiver ( Oxford, 1901).
3. EARLY RELATIONS BETWEEN EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE AND ISLAM
Cambridge Medieval History, II, chap. xiii.
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall, VI, chap. lii.
Brooks E. W., "Byzantines and Arabs in the Time of the Early Abassids," English Historical Review, XV, 728.
Brooks E. W., "Campaign of 716-18," Journal of Hellenic Studies, XIX, 19.
Brooks E. W., "Arabs in Asia Minor, 641-750," Journal of Hellenic Studies, XVIII, 182.

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