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" But the victories and the losses of Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind; and such was the desolation of Africa, that in many parts a stranger might wander whole days without meeting the face either of a friend or an enemy. "
The Preaching of Islam: A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith - الصفحة 105
بواسطة Sir Thomas Walker Arnold - 1896 - عدد الصفحات: 388
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 7

Edward Gibbon - 1811
...Mediterranean. But the victories and the losses of Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind ; and such was the desolation of Africa, that in many parts...of a friend or an enemy. The nation of the Vandals 1 had disappeared ; they once amounted to an hundred and sixty thousand warriors, without including...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 4

Edward Gibbon - 1826
...Mediterranean. But the victories and the losfe§ of Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind ; and such wa; the desolation of Africa, that in many parts a stranger...without including the children, the women, or the sla va. Their numbers were infinitely surpassed by the numbe. of the Moorish families extirpated in...

Gibbon's History of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, repr ..., المجلد 4

Edward Gibbon - 1826
...Mediterranean. But the victories and the losses of Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind; and such was the desolation of Africa, that in many parts...the Vandals had disappeared ; they once amounted to a hundred and sixty thousand warriors, without including the children, the women, or the slaves. Their...

Exposition of the Book of Revelation, المجلد 4

Edward Irving - 1831
...alternately conquerors and conquered. Poor Africa — Africa the granary of Rome — became so desolated, " that in many parts a stranger might wander whole days,...meeting the face either of a friend or an enemy... When Procopius first landed [along with Belisarius] he admired the populousness of the cities and country,...

History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of ...

Michael Russell - 1837 - عدد الصفحات: 343
...Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind ; and such was now the desolation of the African provinces, that in many parts a stranger might wander whole days...of a friend or an enemy. The nation of the Vandals, as has just been noticed, had already disappeared, though they once amounted to 600,000 individuals,...

Mémoires d'un homme enfermé comme aliéné

Guillaume Monod - 1838 - عدد الصفحات: 229
...Chap. XLIII. P. 261. "The victories and the Josses of Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind ; and such was the desolation of Africa , that in many parts a stranger might wander à whole day, without meeting the face either of a friend or anennemy. Thenationofthe Fandals had disappeared;...

The Family Library (Harper)., المجلد 73

1842
...Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind ; and such was now the desolation of the African provinces, that in many parts a stranger might wander whole days...of a friend or an enemy. The nation of the Vandals, as has just been noticed, had already disappeared, though they once amounted to 600,000 individuals,...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 3

Edward Gibbon - 1843
...Mediterranean. ' But ihe victories and the losses of Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind ; and such was the desolation of Africa, that in many parts...wander whole days without meeting the face either of a iriend or an enemy. The nation of the Vandals had disappeared : they once amounted to a hundred and...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 3

Edward Gibbon - 1844
...Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind ; and such was the desolation of Africa, that in many paris a stranger might wander whole days without meeting...the Vandals had disappeared : they once amounted to a hundred and sixty thousand warriors, without including the children, the women, or the slaves. Their...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 3

Edward Gibbon - 1847
...Mediterranean. But the victories and the losses of Justinian were alike pernicious to mankind; and such was the desolation of Africa, that in many parts...an enemy. The nation of the Vandals had disappeared : Ihey once amounted to a hundred and sixty thousand warriors, without including the children, the...




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