A King Travels: Festive Traditions in Late Medieval and Early Modern Spain

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Index
Note: Page numbers in italic type refer to illustrations.
Afán de Ribera, Per, 81, 82
Aguilar, Marquis of, 169, 180
Aguilar, Pedro de, 214
alarde, 201
Alba, Hernando Alvarez de Toledo, Duke of, 120, 121, 294, 297
Alcalá de Henares, 154
alchemy. See mysteries, Renaissance
Alejandra de la Palla, 130
Alfonso (son of Ferdinand of Antequera), 80
Alfonso II, 323
Alfonso IV 52, 54, 63, 74, 99, 326–28
Alfonso V 66, 100, 105, 111, 127–28, 174, 224, 243
Alfonso VIII, 207
Alfonso X, 50, 74, 77, 222, 318; Siete partidas, 56, 204, 205–6, 211, 211n3
Alfonso XI, 15, 32, 52, 61–63, 66, 68–70, 69, 74, 78, 128, 135, 223, 225, 298–99, 319, 328–30
Alonso, David, 87
Alvarez de Toledo, Hernando. See Alba, Hernando Alvarez de Toledo, Duke of
Alvaro de Luna, 83, 105, 193, 194, 221, 224–25, 229–32, 240, 335
Amadisof Gaul, 2, 21–23, 46, 52, 56, 182, 193, 203–4, 238, 244
Amelang, James S., 132
Anales de Cataluña, 167–69, 176
Ana of Austria, 16, 17, 105, 109–11, 114, 117, 123, 124, 128, 129, 217, 218, 302
Andrés Díaz, Rosana de, 75
Andrew, Saint, feast of, 18
animals, 2, 133, 139–40, 189. See also bulls; equestrian demonstrations
Antequera, 81–84
Antwerp, 235, 235n53
Aragon. See Crown of Aragon
Aranjuez, 3, 13, 19, 20
arches, artificial, 95–97, 124–25, 130, 131, 18183, 185, 190, 235n53
Ariño, Antoni, Festes, rituals i creences, 275–76
Ark of Covenant, 63
Armada. See Invincible Armada
armor, 55
Artes de Albanell, Geroni, 182
artificial constructions, 95–96, 142–43, 178. See also arches, artificial; castles, artificial
artillery discharges, 2, 37–38, 70, 83, 89, 95, 98, 110, 112, 120, 122, 129, 130, 132, 171, 178, 179, 181, 307
ascension to the throne, 316–30
Ascuti, Prince of, 216
Ash Wednesday, 47, 258
astrology. See mysteries, Renaissance
Atienza, Garrido, 278
audience: for autos de fe, 287–89, 291–92; and Carnival, 247–48, 256, 259, 261, 263–64, 272; at Corpus Christi events, 276, 284; literacy of, 126–27; role and experience of, 10, 232, 333–34
Augsburg, 141
authority, Carnival’s challenges to, 248–50
autos de fe, 48, 286–92, 287–89
autos sacramentales (theatrical pieces based on Scripture), 2, 270, 287, 304
Ayala, Pedro de, 240
Badoaro, Federico, 23
Báez de Sepulveda, Jorge, 217–19
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 6, 140, 250, 257, 264, 277
balconies, monarchs’ viewing from, 43, 129, 136, 137, 156, 161, 165, 189
Bances Candamo, Francisco de, La piedra filosofal, 125
banner of St. Isidore, 81
banquets, 142, 236, 238, 254, 257, 307. See also feasts
Bañuelos y de la Cerda, Luis, 214
baptism, 301–3
Barajas, 154
Barba, Pero, 241, 243
Barbary pirates, 151–52
Barcelona, 15–16, 35, 41, 65, 120, 121, 124, 132, 147n, 167–77, 171, 176n54, 261, 270–71, 30810, 318, 323–24
battles, mock. See mock warfare

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