The Miracles of St. John Capistran

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Index of proper names
Saint John Capistran. who is appearing passim, is omitted from the Index
mir. = miraculé(e)
A
Abelard 326, 349
Abraham 111, 146, 176
Abruzzo 90, 214
Agatha of Bódogasszonytelek (mir.) 282
Agatha of Haraphazallas (mir.) 265
Agatha of Harsány (mir.) 136, 246
Agatha of Ilok (mir.) 125, 172, 270
Agatha of Slankamen (mir.) 270
Agnes of Batka (mir.) 257, 292, 301–2
Aigrain, René 7
Alba Iulia (Gyulafehérvár) 34, 321, 338, 342
Albert the Great 363
Albert of Sarteano 12, 15, 34, 206
Albert of Szeged (mir.) 308
Albert of Trapani, St. 89
Áldásy, Antal 35, 51, 76, 84
Alexander of Dubrovnik 62, 66, 85
Alexander V, pope 13
Alexander VI, pope 159, 185
Alexandre-Bidon, Danielle 336
Alexius, St. 72
Alfieri, Henry 20
Alföldi, L. M. 164
Alphonse I of Aragon, king 200, 202, 207
Alšan (Alsán), Valentine of 49
Alŝan or Lukovo 20, 32, 164, 186
Amat, Jacqueline 207
Ambrose of Aquila 62, 66, 85, 312
Ambrose of Szeged (mir.) 292
Ancona 212
Andreas of Bač (mir.) 345
Andreas, canon 44
Andreas Henczel of Budafálva (mir.) 240
Andrić. Stanko 45
Andrieu, M. 348
Anglona 209, 211
Anna of Bač (mir.) 294
Anna of Paloog (mir.) 257, 283, 302
Anselm, St. 215
Antenucci, Luigi 30, 141
Antoine, E. 274
Antonino of Florence 75
Antonio of Bitonto 31
Antony the Abbot, St. 237
Aquila 66, 122, 149, 171, 185, 213–4, 222, 262, 270, 274, 341–2, 348
Aracsa (Vranjevo) 318, 320–1
Arad 34
Ascoli 86, 91
Assisi 71, 86
Athenodorus 351
Augustine, St. 1, 75, 82
Austria 19, 33, 39, 50, 65, 135, 157, 312, 322
Avignon 22, 44

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