The Transformation of Frontiers from Late Antiquity to the Carolingians

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INDEX
Note: This index is not intended to be exhaustive, but to help finding the more important occurrences of names and terms. Ancient and modern authors have only been included where they are specifically discussed. Greek terms are listed according to the Latin alphabet
Abdera, see Adra
Abodrites 224
Acci, see Guadix 101, 106
Achaia 69
Acisclus, martyr 97
Adalbert of Prague, missionary 212–214
Adda river 138
Adige river 126
Adra, Abdera 101, 110 n. 49
Adriatic region 159, 165, 180
Aethicus Ister 198, 214, 217
Aëtius 76
Africa, Roman province 7, 10, 31, 38 n. 70, 58, 69, 97, 99, 100, 106, 108–112, 248, 251
African Red Slip Ware 111
Agila, Visigothic king 97 f., 102
Agilolfings 127
Aidan, bishop of Lindisfarne 218
Aistulf, Lombard king 119 f., 123, 125, 131, 135 f., 140 f., 256
Alamannia 191, 237 n. 21, 252
Alamans, Alamanni, Alamannic 7, 15, 17, 19, 23 f., 26, 28 f., 31, 35 f., 41–48, 50, 53–55, 55 n. 113, 56, 64 f., 70, 144 f., 149, 153, 195, 233, 237
Alba 106
Alboin, Lombard king 87, 89
Alcuin, bishop of Tours 189, 200–202, 205 f., 259
Aleppo (Syria) 166, 168 f., 174
Alpes, Alps, Alpine 69, 119, 122, 131, 141, 153
– Eastern 128, 164 f., 237
– Western 139
– passes 118
Altfrid, bishop of Münster 216
Altmark 224, 230, 240
Amalaric, Visigothic king 96
Amandus, missionary 210 f., 258
Ammianus Marcellinus 6 f., 15–17, 20 f., 24–26, 29, 30 f., 33, 35, 40–44, 47, 52, 55, 252
Amöneburg, Amanaburch 220 f.
Anglo-Saxons, Anglo-Saxon 2, 119, 131, 220
Annales Fuldenses 192, 205 f., 236, 239
annona 11
Anskar, missionary 210, 213
Anticaria 106
Antoninus, merchant 63
Aosta 131
Aquileia, see Cividale
Aquincum 230
Aquitaine, Aquitania 78, 191, 237, 239
Aquitans, Aquitani 195
Arabs, Arabian 102, 244
Arabian desert 58, 249
Araharius 22
arcani 40
archontes 154
Arezzo 91, 255
Argaragantes 22
arianism, arians, arian 87, 97, 114
Arichis II, Lombard duke 88, 93
arimannus 123
Armenia 7, 49, 61, 64, 69
Arn, (arch)bishop of Salzburg 189–203, 206, 259
Arvernus, see Clermont-Ferrand
Asia 69
minor 25, 88
Asidona, see Medina Sidonia
Assipiti 214
Astigi, see Écija
Athanagild, Visigothic king 97–99, 102, 108
Athanagild, son of Hermenegild 99
Athanaric, Gothic iudex 24 f., 31, 48, 49
Athaulf, Visigothic king 75
Attacoti 7

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