Edward Gibbon, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, vol. 8 
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, ed. J.B. Bury with an Introduction by W.E.H. Lecky (New York: Fred de Fau and Co., 1906), in 12 vols. Vol. 8.
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- The Works of Edward Gibbon
- List of Illustrations
- The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
- Chapter Xlv
- Chapter Xlvi
- Chapter Xlvii
- Chapter Xlviii
- Chapter Xlix
- Appendix Additional Notes By the Editor
- 1.: Authorities — ( Ch. Xlv . Sqq. and Vol. IX. Ch. L . Sqq. )
- Greek (and Other) Sources
- Latin Sources
- Oriental Sources
- I.: For the Life of Mohammad
- II.: For the Saracen Conquests
- 2.: The Avar Conquest — ( P. 9 )
- 3.: Geography of Italy In the Lombard Period, and Chronology of the Lombard Conquest — ( P. 14 )
- 4.: The Armeniac Provinces of Justinian and Maurice — ( P. 66 )
- 5.: The Race of Heraclius and Nicetas — ( P. 85 , 86 )
- 6.: Persian Kings From Chosroes I. To Yezdegerd III. — ( P. 11 )
- 7.: The Inscription of Si-ngan-fu — ( P. 190 )
- 8.: The Letter of Nicetius to Justinian — (p. 177)
- 9.: Periods of the Later Empire, 610 to 1204 — ( Ch. Xlviii .)
- 10.: A Chronological Question of the Eighth Century — ( P. 234 , 236 )
- 11.: GrÆco-roman Law — ( P. 261 )
- 12.: The Land Question — ( P. 265 )
- 13.: Interest, Credit, and Commerce — (the Rhodian Code)
- 14.: The Letters of Gregory II. To the Emperor Leo — ( P. 326 )
- 15.: The Iconoclastic Edicts of Leo III. — ( P. 319 , 320 )
- 16.: Some Questions Connected With the Rise of the Papal Power In the Eighth Century — ( P. 337 , 338 , 342 , 343, &c .)