Envoys and Political Communication in the Late Antique West, 411-533

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INDEX
In the Index, as throughout the book, familiar forms of names have been given where they exist; otherwise, the forms as given in PLRE have been used. Greek and Persian names have been Anglicised. The terms ‘Ostrogoth’ and ‘Visigoth’ have been retained for convenience, though it should be recalled that these are Byzantine labels, and were not used within the respective kingdoms for self-identification.
Abbasid caliphate 31
Abinnaeus, protector 242
Acacian schism 151, 165, 213, 218, 227, 229, 235, 285
Achilles 101
adoption-in-arms 3, 212, 253
Adrianople, battle of 17, 131
adventus, see ceremonial
Aegidius, comes et magister militum 69–70, 77, 260
Aeneas 109
Aeschines 12
Aetius, magister militum 8, 42, 43, 56, 57, 61, 85, 88, 92, 100, 101, 109, 111, 118, 140, 236, 237, 253, 257, 269, 282
death of 46, 51, 70, 87, 88, 95, 103
embassies from 63, 235, 236
embassies to
from Britain 28
from Gallaecia 43, 46, 55–58
from Leo I 39, 114
from Orientius of Auch 139, 141–143, 232
literary portrayals of 54, 102
Agapitus, Pope 40, 187, 232
Agapitus, prefect and envoy 183, 234
Agapitus, Fl., prefect of Rome and consul 183, 185, 200, 233
Agathius, poet and historian 31
Agila, vir inlustris and envoy 234
Agilulf, Lombard king 209
Agnellus, Andreas, Liber pontificalis 39
Agnellus, patricius, envoy 186
Agrivulf, see Aioulf
Aiax 82
Aioulf (Agrivulf), Suevic leader 42, 50
airinon, airus, Gothic terms 4
Alamanni 71, 206; see also Gebavult; Macrianus
Alani
and Aetius 282
army in Gaul 56, 97; see also Goar
entry and settlement in Spain 6, 45, 61
entry into Gaul 139
kingdom in Spain 64
Alaric I, Gothic leader 97, 232
Alaric II, Visigothic king 206, 262, 268
letter of Theoderic to 179, 207
Alban, St 118, 146
Albinus, praetorian prefect of Gaul 114, 201
Albinus, praetorian prefect of Italy 200
Al-Buhturi 253
Alexander, envoy 235
‘Alleluia victory’ of Germanus, see Constantius, Vita Germani
alliances, marriage 3, 64, 74, 173, 182, 206, 232, 241; see also Theoderic, relations with other western kingdoms; treaties
Amalaberga, Ostrogothic princess 257
Amalafrida, Ostrogothic princess 181
Amalasuntha, Ostrogothic queen 174, 179, 187, 210, 238, 242, 252, 253
Amali (Gothic royal family) 254
Amator, bishop of Auxerre, see Stephanus Africanus, Vita Amatoris
Ambrose, bishop of Milan, see Paulinus, Vita Ambrosii
amicitia 176–199, 250
Ammianus Marcellinus, historian 20–22, 44
Anastasius, eastern emperor 9, 28, 40, 149, 151, 173, 180, 186, 206, 212, 227, 229, 235, 236, 247, 259
letters of Theoderic to 176, 177, 179

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