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Famous Men of the Middle Ages, Contents



The Gods of the Teutons
The Nibelungs


I Alaric the Visigoth (394-410 A.D.)
II Attila the Hun (433-453 A.D.)
III Genseric the Vandal (427-477 A.D.)
IV Theodoric the Ostrogoth (475-526 A.D.)
V Clovis (481-511 A.D.)
VI Justinian (527-565 A.D.)
VII Mohammed (570-632 A.D.)
VIII Charles Martel and Pepin (714-768 A.D.)
IX Charlemagne (768-814 A.D.)
X Harun-al-Raschid (786-809 A.D.)
XI Egbert the Saxon (802-837 A.D.)
XII Rollo the Viking (Died 931 A.D.)
XIII Alfred the Great (871-901 A.D.)
XIV Henry the Fowler (919-936 A.D.)
XV Canute the Great (1014-1035)
XVI The Cid (1040-1099)
XVII Edward the Confessor (1042-1066)
XVIII William the Conqueror (1066-1087)
XIX Peter the Hermit (1050-1115)
XX Frederick Barbarossa (1152-1190)
XXI Henry the Second and His Sons (1154-1216)
XXII Louis IX (1226-1270)
XXIII Robert Bruce (1306-1329)
XXIV Marco Polo (1254-1324).
XXV Edward the Black Prince (1330-1376)
XXVI William Tell and Arnold von Winkelried (1300-1386)
XXVII Tamerlane (1333-1405)
XXVIII Henry V (1413-1422)
XXIX Joan of Arc (1412-1431)
XXX Gutenberg (1400-1468)
XXXI Warwick the King-Maker (1428-1471)


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