Epic and Chronicle: The Poema de Mio Cid and the Craonica de Veinte Reyes

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INDEX
Abenalhange, of Denia, 66,130-31,133,135
Abengalbón, of Molina, 90, 99, 103n, 140, 148
Abenhabed, of Seville, 129
Abeniaf, of Valencia, 66-67, 136-37
Abenmazor, 134
'abreviación' of Alphonsine chronicles, 42, 70n,71n
Abubacar Abneabdalhaziz, 134
Adam, 21
Adolfo, Vellido, see Dolfos, Vellido
Aladraf, 99n, 101, 146
Albarracín, Santa María de, 136, 140, 148
Alcadir, of Valencia, 67,134-37
Alcalá, 122-23, 135
Alcañiz, 85, 94, 101, 130
Alcocer, 26, 30; in prosification, 82, 91, 94-95,99,102-03,123-28
Aledo,135-36
Alfagib, of Lérida, 9
Alfama, 123
Alfonso IV, 51
Alfonso V, 26, 51n
Alfonso VI, capture of Toledo by, 56, 134; in the Chronicon Mundi, 29; in the CRC, 45-47; in the CVR, 51-52, 55, 58, 68, 113; in the DRH, 31-33; in early texts, 9-24 passim; marriages of, 73; in the 'Partición', 44; in the PCG, 40; in the prosification, 57, 81, 83, 89-104 passim, 120-55 passim
Alfonso VII, 16-17, 51n; see also Emperor of Le6n and Castile
Alfonso VIII, 51n
Alfonso X, el Sabio, 28, 33-37, 42, 47-50, 52, 54, 61, 63n, 69, 108
Alfonso XI, 37
Alfonso, Fernant, 99n
Algecira de Júcar, 136
Alhuacaxi, 99n
Almenar, 9, 66-67, 133, 136-37, 139
Almería, 16-17
Almondafar, of Zaragoza, 129-30
Almoravids, 67-68, 129, 135-37, 141
Almozcaen, of Zaragoza, 136
Almucamiz, Albet, of Seville, 129
Alucad,92,130
Alvárez, Alvar, 90,126
Alxaria, 92,148
Anguita, 92
annals, 17-18, 36, 54-58
Ansarrera, 92
Ansúrez, Gonzalo, 90-91, 150
Ansúrez, Pedro, 90-91, 150
Antolínez, Martin, 47,73; in the prosification, 95, 98, 104, 121-22, 126, 140, 149-55 passim
Arabic histories, 14, 33, 66-67; see also Ben Alcama
Aragon, 20-21, 137, 145; infante de, 153-55
Armistead, S. G., 6n, 45n
Arnaldo, bishop of Astorga, 16
Asturias, house of, 20
Atienza, 92, 93n, 101, 122-23, 148
Babbitt, T., 39n, 43, 51, 116
Badajoz, 135
Badia Margarit, A., 71
ballads, 2, 5, 30, 33n, 74n
Bamba, 35
Bavieca, 102-03, 140, 147, 154
beard, the Cid's, 83-85, 138, 147, 149, 151-52
Beltrán, Count, 150
Ben Alcama, 11, 40, 64-65, 69
Benalhange, see Abenalhange
Berceo, Gonzalo de, 7n
Berenguela, Queen, 28
Berenguer, Ramón, see Count of Barcelona
Bermúdez, Ordoño, 99n
Bermúdez, Pedro, 41, 90, 98-102n passim, 124-25, 140-55 passim
Bermudo II, 51n
Bermudo III, 48, 51n, 52
Bernardo, Archbishop, 32,134-35
Bernardo del Carpio, 29, 37, 62n
biblical influence, 16
Birvón, Count, 150n
Bivar, 47, 83, 91, 95, 121, 130
'borrador' of Alphonsine chronicles, 36, 42
Britain, history of, 21n
Búcar, 30, 32-33, 41, 183; in the prosification, 68, 82-83, 90, 94, 98-99, 101, 141, 146-47
Burdin, Archbishop, 134
Burgos, 29, 32, 47; in the prosification, 91, 95, 117,121,150; Santa Maria de, 127
Burriana, 133, 137
Cabra, 9, 13, 25, 45, 57, 85n, 101, 152
Calatayud, 92, 124-26, 137
Calvo, Laín, 12, 22, 23n, 31, 39, 44
Campeador, used of the Cid, 23, 30-31, 44, 83,126,128,139
Campidoctus, used of the Cid, 18
Campo de Tarancio, 123

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