Framing the Early Middle Ages: Europe and the Mediterranean 400-800

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General index
This is essentially an index of personal names and placenames, together with some of the more important technical terms used in the book. Definitions of major concepts such as 'state' are also indexed; the main moment where a concept is defined in the text is bolded. Also bolded are the main discussions of the regions which are the focus of study in this book. Placenames are here linked to countries; these are always the modern countries.
Aachen, Germany 476, 509, 673, 680
Aaron son of Shenoute, Egyptian notable 424
d'Abadal, Ramon 230
Abadie-Reynal, Catherine 715, 716
'Abbāsids, 'Abbāsid caliphate 5, 24–5, 27–9, 58, 60, 68, 81, 84–5, 132–3, 140–1, 143, 146, 149, 302, 450–1, 457–8, 604, 614, 616–19, 623–5, 770, 773, 775–80, 793–4, 820, 822, 827
Abbo of Maurienne, Frankish aristocrat 189, 190, 195, 214, 218, 283, 564, 580 n.117, 607, 758
'Abd al-'Azīz, governor of Egypt 24
'Abd al-Malik, caliph 24, 241, 621
'Abd al-Raḥmān I, amir of al-Andalus 40, 101
'Abd al-Rahmān III, caliph of al-Andalus 40, 102
Abila (Umm al-'Amad), Jordan 613, 623
Abraham, bishop of Ermont 421, 423, 426
Abruzzo, Italy 244, 484 n.115, 736
Abu Mīnā, Egypt 611, 762
Acerisius, Italian aristocrat 217 n.169
Acién, Manuel 493, 494
Acilii, Roman senatorial family 159
Adalgisel-Grimo, deacon of Verdun 188–9, 190, 191, 216, 607
Adalhard, abbot of Corbie 300, 301
Adams, William 759, 761
Adelsheiligen 202
Adriatic Sea 217, 244 n.227, 33, 632, 691, 729 n.68, 731, 792 n.171
adscripticii 523, 524
Áed mac Bricc of Killare, Vita of 355
Aegean Sea 10, 29, 30–2, 76, 78–9, 125, 129, 239, 277, 327, 446, 461–2, 626–8, 632–3, 635, 643, 654, 708, 714–17, 737, 780–93, 820, 827
Ælfwine, village notable of Malling 429, 431, 432
Aemilianus, ascetic in Spain 222–3, 226
Æthelbald, king of Mercia 344–5
Æthelberht, king of Kent 50, 323, 343, 346
Æthelric, son of Æthelmund, AngloSaxon aristocrat 316–17
Aetius, Roman general 87 n.82, 158, 168, 530, 602
Africa 5 n.5, 10, 17–22, 24, 26–7, 29, 30, 34–5, 37, 40, 65, 69, 75–8, 80–1, 87–93, 101, 124, 128, 133 n.195, 149, 163, 166–7, 204, 207 n.141, 222 n.179, 244, 258, 263, 266–7, 269–70, 272–4, 276–9, 286 n.57, 299, 303, 307, 333–5, 446, 471–3, 474 n.87, 475, 492, 522, 534, 537, 548, 562, 566, 592, 604, 608–9, 635–44, 651–4, 656, 659, 664–5, 669, 671–2, 696, 705, 708–13, 718, 720–8, 737, 740–1, 746, 748–9, 751, 757–8, 769, 776, 787, 794, 815, 820–1, 823, see also Arab Africa, ceramics: African Red

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Maps x
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Notes on Terminology xiv
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • Part I - States 15
  • 2: Geography and Politics 17
  • 3: The Form of the State 56
  • Part II - Aristocratic Power-Structures 151
  • 4: Aristocracies 153
  • 5: Managing the Land 259
  • 6: Political Breakdown and State-Building in the North 303
  • Part III - Peasantries 381
  • 7: Peasants and Local Societies 383
  • 8: Rural Settlement and Village Societies 442
  • 9: Peasant Society and Its Problems 519
  • Part IV - Networks 589
  • 10: Cities 591
  • 11: Systems of Exchange 693
  • 12: General Conclusions 825
  • Bibliography 832
  • General Index 945
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