The Decline and Fall of Practically Everybody

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • I - It Seems There Were Two Egyptians 5
  • Cheops, or Khufu 7
  • Hatshepsut 17
  • II - Ancient Greeks and Worse 27
  • Pericles 29
  • Alexander the Great 38
  • Hannibal 46
  • Cleopatra 55
  • Nero 61
  • III - Strange Bedfellows 69
  • Attila the Hun 71
  • Charlemagne 78
  • Lady Godiva 86
  • Lucrezia Borgia 96
  • Philip the Sap 106
  • IV - A Few Greats 111
  • Louis XIV 113
  • Madame Du Barry 122
  • Peter the Great 132
  • Catherine the Great 141
  • Frederick the Great 149
  • V- Merrie England 157
  • William the Conqueror 159
  • Henry VIII 166
  • George III 180
  • VI - Now We'Re Getting Somewhere 187
  • Leif the Lucky 189
  • Christopher Columbus 194
  • Montezuma 200
  • Captain John Smith 206
  • Miles Standish 212
  • VII - They All Had Their Fun 217
  • Some Royal Pranks 219
  • Some Royal Stomachs 222
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