A History of the Church in the Middle Ages

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Abelard, Peter 152 -62;
abbot of St Gildas 158 ;
autobiography of 153 ;
and Bernard of Clairvaux 159 -62;
at councils held at Soissons 157 -8
and Sens 16 -1;
education of 153 -4;
family background of 153 ;
and Heloise (affair with 155 -6;
correspondence with 153 , 158 -9;
marriage to 156);
at Laon 155 ;
monk of St Denis 157 -8;
physical mutilation of 157 ;
and problem of universals 154 -5;
and Roscelin, the logician 153 -5;
and scholarly works (Theologia157 -8;
Sic et non158)
Abrissel, Robert of 143
Adam of Bremen 87 -8
Adam, canon of St Victor’s 148
Admonitio generalis76 -7
Aethelbert, archbishop of York 62
Aethelbert, king of Kent, his conversion 52
Agiltrude, regent of Duchy of Spoleto 98
Agiluf, Lombard king 36
Aidan, St 26 , 56 , 62
Ailred, abbot of Rievaulx al-Andalus 265 -9
Alberic of Rheims 155 , 157
Albertus Magnus 221 , 293
Albi 204 , 206 , 208 -9
Albigensians, crusade against 207 -9;
see also Cathars
Albornoz, Gil, cardinal 305
Alcuin of York 62 , 79 - 80 , 82
Aldhelm 59 , 62 -3
Alexander II, pope 112 , 122 , 267
Alexander III, pope 135 , 166 -9, 211
Alexander V, pope 320 -1
Alexander VI, pope 86 , 352 -3
Alexander of Hales 218 , 293
Alexius I, Eastern emperor 122 , 125 -6
Alexius III, Eastern emperor 190 -1
Alexius IV, Eastern co-emperor 190 -1
Alexius V, Eastern emperor 190 -1
Alfonso Henriques, king of Portugal 269
Alfonso VI, king of Leon-Castile 268
Alfonso VII, king of Castile 272
Alfonso X, king of Castile 264
Alfred, king of Wessex 19 , 83
Almohads 269
Almoravids 268 -9
Ambrose, St 11
Amiens Cathedral 236 , 247 , 251
Anacletus II, anti-pope 133 -4
Anagni:
disputed papal election at (1378) 31 -11;
attack on Boniface VIII at 263
Angers:
bishopric 21 ;
University of 317
Anglo-Saxons:
conversion of 51 -8
(in the south of England 51 - 55 ;
in the north 55 -8);
invasion of Britain by 51 -2;
transmission of learning to 59 - 63
Anne of Bohemia, queen of England 326
Anselm of Laon 155
Anselm of Lucca 111
Anselm, St, archbishop of Canterbury 115
Ansgar, and conversion of the Danes 86
Antioch:
county of 126 ;
patriarchate of 32 ;
siege of city of, by crusaders 126
Aquinas, Thomas 221 , 234 -5, 293
Aragon 267 , 269 -71, 314 , 317 -18
architecture, ecclesiastical 235 -52;
basilican form of 236 -7;
Gothic 244 -51;
Romanesque 238 -44;
of Santa Sophia 33 -5
Arianism 10 ;
conversion of Germans, to 18
Aristotle:
place of, in university curriculum 233 ;
works of 19 , 132
Arnold of Brescia 134
Arnulf, king of East Franks 98

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Plates xi
  • Maps xii
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Pre-Medieval Church 3
  • 2 - The Beginning of the Middle Ages 13
  • 3 - Justinian and Mohammed 30
  • 5 - Church, Carolingians and Vikings 71
  • 6 - The Church in Disarray, C.850-C.1050 90
  • 7 - Reform, the East, Crusade 105
  • 8 - The Twelfth Century 131
  • 9 - Three Twelfth-Century Profiles 152
  • 10 - The Age of Innocent III 184
  • 11 - The Emergence of Dissent and the Rise of the Friars 202
  • 14 - Death and Purgatory 275
  • 15 - Exile in Avignon and Aftermath 297
  • 16 - The Great Schism 315
  • 17 - The Fifteenth Century 332
  • List of Popes, 500-1500 354
  • Index 357
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