The Bride of the Bosphorus: A Turkish Tale, in One Canto (Classic Reprint)
An insurrection, with the watchword Nika (conquer), began on January I 3, 532, and lasted for a whole week. Thousands perished in the riot. Almost the whole city was reduced to ashes. St. Sophia greatly suffered.
Already shake thy pillared hardihood), Renew their ravage with more frantic grip, And humble into dust thy winged fame?
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A short treatise of geography general and special to which are added tables of the principal coins in Europe and Asia: ... Collected from the best ... subject, for the use of schools. By M.G.D.