Empires

Empires: the Roman, capital Rome, dates from the reign of Augustus, 25 B.C., to that of Theodosius, A.D. 395; of the East, or Low Empire, capital Constantinople, being part of the Roman empire, dates from 295 to 1453; of the West, capital Rome, dates from 295 to 476; the Holy, or Second Empire of the West, founded by Charlemagne, dates from 800 to 911; the Latin, capital Constantinople, founded by the Crusaders, dates from 1204 to 1261; the German, founded by Otho the Great in 962, ended by abdication of Francis II. of Austria in 1806, and restored under William I. in 1870; the French, founded by Napoleon I., dates from 1804 to 1815, and as established by Napoleon III. dates from 1852 to 1870; of the Indies, founded in 1876 under the crown of England.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Empe`docles * Empiric
Emerald
Emerald Isle
Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Emerson Tennent, Sir James
Emery
Emigrants, The
Émile
Emir
Emmet, Robert
Empe`docles
Empires
Empiric
Empiricism
Empson, Sir Richard
Empyema
Empyrean
Ems
Enamel
Encaustic Painting
Enceladus
Enceladus, Manuel Blanco

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