Medieval Crime and Social Control

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Index
Compiled by Jonathan Good
abduction, 3–5, 12, 17, 30, 187–88, 190, 194–95
Adams, Robert, 53
adultery, 3–4, 186–87, 188
Aers, David, 54, 56, 177
Alcuin of York, 99
Allthing (Icelandic parliament), 75, 80
anger as motivation for crime, 64, 77, 86, 188
Anonimalle Chronicle, 230
Appadurai, Arjun, 64
Appellants. See Lords Appellant
Aquinas, Thomas, 131
Arason, Gudmund, 71
Aristotle, 86, 104, 128, 130, 139
Armagnacs, 9–11, 17, 20–21, 29
arson, 1, 6–7, 9–10, 12, 17, 32
associations, criminal, 18–19
Augustine, Saint, 105; On Christian Doctrine, 60–61
Autrand, Françoise, 22, 191
Auxerre, Peace of, 10, 22
Baker, J. H.: Introduction to English Legal History, 159–60
Ball, John. See Peasants' Revolt
Bataille, Georges, 58–59
Baudrillard, Jean, 57–59
Baume, François, 151
Beckwith Rebellion, 225, 231–33
beggars and begging, 17, 30, 56, 63. See also poverty; vagabondage
Bellamy, John, 62–63, 231, 235, 239
bella malmaridada, La (ballad), 143–45
Benveniste, Henriette, 191, 194
berserks, 74
Blackstone, William, 229; Commentaries on the Laws of England, 158–60
Boileau, Etienne, 29
Book of Faith. See Pecock, Bishop Reginald
Book of Margery Kempe. See Kempe, Margery
Bourdieu, Pierre, 190, 233
Bourgeois de Paris, 4–6, 9, 17, 19
Bracton. See Henry de Bracton
Brembre, Nicholas, 216
brewing, 206–7
burglary, 61
Burgundians, 10, 11, 20, 21, 29
Cachemarée, Aleaume, 1, 29
Cancionero. See Juan de Molina
Carruthers, Mary, 126
Caussois, Gervaise, 22
Cent nouvelles nouvelles. See Philippe de Vigneulles
charity, 49, 51, 56–57, 61, 63
Charles V, king of France, 25, 29
Charles VI, king of France, 9, 10, 20, 24, 25, 29
Charles VII, king of France, 29, 30
Charles de Savoisy, 23
Charles le Mauvais, 20
Chaucer, Geoffrey: The Canterbury Tales, 126–27, 130; “Compaint of Chaucer to His Purse,” 139; The General Prologue, 140, 204; The Knight's Tale, 127, 130–410; Legend of Good Women, 178; Parliament of Fowls, 133, 135; The Parson's Tale, 219; Tale of Melibee, 210; Troilus and Criseyde, 177–78
children, eating of, 16–17
Chomsky, Noam, 190
Christine de Pizan, 17, 22, 27; Livre de la paix, 23, 25
Chronique de Richard Lescot, 20, 23
Chronique scandaleuse, 3, 5–6
Chronographia, 6, 25
Clément de Fauquembergue, 4, 6, 23
Comay, Rebecca, 59
Commentaries on the Laws of England. See Blackstone, William
concubinage, 186–88
conspiracies. See associations, criminal

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