Early Modern Europe: An Oxford History

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INDEX
absolutism 123, 206, 219-21, 268, 305, 314
Achaean League6
acquisitiveness 257-60
Adages71, 74
administrators and administration see bureau­ crats
Adolf Frederik, king of Sweden305
Aerschot, duke of 129
Aeschylus 4
Africa2-4, 12-13, 16-17, 23, 27, 105-6, 138, 156, 164-5, 207, 252-3, 265
Africans, European attitudes to 165
Agrarian Societies 333
'Agricultural Revolution', British 337
agriculture 144-5, 150, 235, 239-43, 250, 333
see also land and landholding
air pump 196-7
Aix-la-Chapelle, Treaty of 222
Alba, duke of 129
Albanians 102
Alberti, Leon Battista 69
Albrecht of Hohenzollern, duke of Prussia 126
Albrecht of Mainz, Archbishop 88
alchemy 172, 199-200, 268
Alès, Grace of 213
Alexander I, tsar of Russia289, 366, 369
Alexander VI, Pope 96
Alexander the Great226
Alexis, tsar of Russia228, 311
Algiers 105, 124, 160
Allgemeines Landrecht, Prussian 333
'allotment system' 311
Almagest 78
almsgiving 60-1
see also poor relief
Alps 82, 156, 223, 309
Alsace 217
altarpieces 92
Alte Veste 213
Altopascio 243
Al-Zahravi 68
ambassadors 119
America, United States of 6, 371
American Indians 281
Americas 5-7, 16-17, 106, 110, 116, 138, 145, 156, 162, 164-5, 207-8, 225, 239, 245, 252-4, 265, 308, 342-3
Amiens 215
Treaty of 364-5
Amphyctionic Council26-7
Amsterdam49-50, 120, 147-8, 150-2, 154, 163-4, 167, 169, 208, 222, 239, 246, 252, 261
amulets 41
Anabaptism 104-5
anatomy 75-7, 199
Andalucia 141
Andrusovo, Truce of 228
Angola208
Anne, St86
annuities 204
Antichrist xvii, 69, 172, 189
anti-clericalism 289-90, 359
Antoninus Plus, Emperor 9, 12
Antwerp 49, 51, 59, 120, 129-30, 151
Apollo 116
apothecaries 148, 259
see also medicine
apprentices 57-8, 260
Aquinas, see Thomas Aquinas
Aquitaine 278
Arab scholarship 68, 78
Arabia 105
Arabs 167
arable farming 36-7
see also agriculture; cereals
Aragon xxvii, 103, 107
Aragonese language 11
arbitristas124
architecture 100, 203, 312, 319
Aristarchus of Samos 79
aristocracy see nobility
Aristotle and Aristotelianism xxiii, 7-8, 15, 68, 70, 172, 192-3
Armadas, Spanish 112, 124, 130
armies 110-16, 123, 131, 133, 150, 369
French 107, 356-7
in local government 330
logistical support xxix, 307
losses 307
Prussian 315-17, 319-20
recruiting 209, 299, 307, 311-12, 315-16, 332
reorganization 228
reserves 112
Russian 341-2
size of xxviii, 206, 214-15, 220, 307, 342,
Arminius 180-1
Arnauld, Marie-Angélique186
Arnish Moor 155
Arras 129, 215
Union of 129
Arrighi, Ludovico Vicentino degli 64
artillery 107, 109, 111
artists' workshops 250

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