Books and Their Makers during the Middle Ages: A Study of the Conditions of the Production and Distribution of Literature from the Fall of the Roman Empire to the Close of the Seventeenth Century - Vol. 2

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INDEX
Abbon, Saint, i, 56
Abelard,the philosophy of, the lectures of, i, 198: the influence of, upon the theological school of Paris, i, 198; considered as the actual founder of the University of Paris, i, 197, 198
Academies, literary of Italy, i, 322 ff., 344
Academy, of Venice, the, literary undertakings of, i, 423ff.
------ of France, founding of the, ii, 458
Adagia, the, of Erasmus, the first edition of, ii, 194; the Aldine edition of, ii, 199
Adamnanus. life of S. Columba, cited, i, 50
Adolph of Nassau, captures Mayence, i, 371
Adrian VI, ii, 29
Aedh, King, presides over the parliament of Drumceitt, i, 49
Aelfric, Homilies of, i, 101; the canons of, 101
Agapetus, Pope, i, 22
Agnien, libraire in Paris in the 13th century, i, 271
Agricola, librarian of Heidelberg in 1485, orders books for the library, i, 207
Aimoin of Fleury, i, 56
Albert, Abbot of Gembloux, makes collection of manuscripts, i, 231
----- of Brandenburg, ii, 229
Alcuin, training of, by Egbert, i, 107; the library of, at York, i, 62; correspondence of, with Charlemagne, i, 62, 109 ú the methods in his scriptorium, i, 66; institutes the imperial schools in Aachen, Tours, and Milan, i, 109 of, on the library of York Cathedral, i, 108; his imperial pupils, i, 109; treatise of, on orthography, i, 111; his injunction to pious scribes, i, 113; list of the writings of, i, 114; death of, at Tours, i, 115; describes the journeys of
Aelbert, i, 228; the educational work of, ii, 479ff.
Aldersbach, monastery of, i, 40.
Aldhelm, Bishop of Sherborn, visits Berthwold in Canterbury, i, 97; imports books from France, i, 97.
Aldi Filii, the name adopted by the son and grandson of the founder of the firm, i, 438
Aldine classics, the, models for the Elzevirs, ii, 301
----- Press, close of the work of, i, 438; operations of the, in Rome, i, 441ff.
Aldus Manutius, work of, in the printing of Greek texts, i, 243; relations of, to the book trade of Italy and of Europe, i, 415; earlier life of, i, 417ff.; letter of, stating his aims, i, 418; first publications of, i, 420; literary undertakings of, i, 419; marriage of, i, 420; Greek classics issued by, i, 420; institutes the Academy of Venice, i, 423; correspondence of, with France and with Germany, i, 424ff.; reputation of, in Germany, i, 430; letter of, to Taberio, i, 430; summary of publications of, i, 432; financial difficulties of, competition of, with piratical reprinters, i, 432; secures papal privileges, i, 432' initiates new forms of type, i, 434; attempts to defend his office against

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