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Mohamet and His Successors

By Irving, Washington

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Book Id: WPLBN0000581193
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Title: Mohamet and His Successors  
Author: Irving, Washington
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Children's literature, Children's fiction
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Irving, W. (n.d.). Mohamet and His Successors. Retrieved from http://cn.worldlibrary.net/


Excerpt
Excerpt: IT is the intention of the author in the following pages, to trace the progress of the Moslem dominion from the death of Mahomet, in A. D. 622, to the invasion of Spain, in A. D. 710. In this period, which did not occupy fourscore and ten years, and passed within the lifetime of many an aged Arab, the Moslems extended their empire and their faith over the wide regions of Asia and Africa, subverting the empire of the Khosrus; subjugating great territories in India; establishing a splendid seat of power in Syria; dictating to the conquered kingdom of the Pharaohs; overrunning the whole northern coast of Africa; scouring the Mediterranean with their ships; carrying their conquests in one direction to the very walls of Constantinople, and in another to the extreme limits of Mauritania; in a word, trampling down all the old dynasties which once held haughty and magnificent sway in the East.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Ill -- PAGE -- CHAPTER XV -- Siege of Emessa. Stratagems of the Moslems. Fanatic devotion -- of Ikremah. Surrender of the city, 129 -- CHAPTER XVI -- Advance of a powerful Imperial army. Skirmishes of Khaled -- Capture of Derar. Interview of Khaled and Manuel, .136 -- CHAPTER XVII -- The Battle of Yermouk, 144 -- CHAPTER XVIII -- Siege and capture of Jerusalem, 149 -- CHAPTER XIX -- Progress ol the Moslem arms in Syria. Siege of Aleppo. Obsti -- nate defence by Youkenna. Exploit of Dam&s. Capture of -- the castle. Conversion of Youkenna, 159 -- CHAPTER XX -- Perfidy of Youkenna to his former friends. Attempts the castle of -- Aazaz by treachery. Capture of the castle, 171 -- CHAPTER XXI -- Intrigues of Youkenna at Antioch. Siege of that city by the Mos -- lems. Flight of the emperor to Constantinople. Surrender of -- Antioch, 177

 
 



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