Petrarch's Eight Years in Milan

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Index of Persons
Entries are made for all persons mentioned by name in this book except Petrarch, persons of the 18th and later centuries, and divinities. Names ending in a prepositional phrase are entered under the initial of the last element of that phrase.
Acciaiuoli, Angelo21-22, 111
-----, Niccolò 4, 21-22, 24, 96, 107, 110-112, 171, 177, 209
Adam 20
Agenor 214
Aghinolfi, Giovanni5, 9, 45-46, 50, 80, 160
Albornoz, Gil31-35, 42, 72, 152
Alighieri, Dante182-183, 188-190
St. Ambrose ii, 17, 83, 132, 139, 169, 187, 198, 212, 233
Angelo (of Florence) 124
Anguissola, Bernardo46-48, 72, 201
-----, Lancellotto 48
Anna 123, 133, 166
Annibaldeschi, Paolo88, 93
de Antella, Philippus194
Antiochus 55-56
de Apibus, Domenico106
Apuleius 195
Aristotle 169, 248
St. Augustine 18, 43, 50, 63, 67, 81, 92- 93, 122, 169, 184, 199, 201, 212, 240
Augustus 44, 200
Azario, Pietroxiii, 45, 48, 57, 167, 231
Baluze, Étiennexiii, 79, 208
Barlaam 51, 210, 216
Barrili, Giovanni21-22, 111-112, 177
di Battifolle, Roberto247
St. Beatrice 151
Benedict XII xvii
de Bernardo, Paolo242
Bernardus 185, 196
Bersuire, Pierre222-225
Bertrandi, Petrus89, 92, 97, 104, 116
Besozzi, Paganino11
Birel, Jean62-70
Boccaccio, Giovanniv, xiii, xix, 7, 9- 10, 14, 21-24, 26, 40, 64, 75, 81, 92- 93, 110-112, 142-146, 156, 175, 181- 185, 188-190, 194-195, 206-211, 213- 214, 216, 246-247, 250, 253
-----, Violante 145
Boccanegra, Simone132, 155
Boethius 169, 195
Bolanus 25, 36-37, 61, 165-166, 190, 192, 203
Bombasi, Tommaso195-196
da Borgo San Sepolcro, Dionigi122
de' Bossi, Giacobino48, 154, 201
de Boulogne, Gui68, 90, 127
da Brossano, Eletta246, 252
-----, Francesco 247, 249-250
-----, Francescuolo 48, 245, 248, 252
Bussolari, Jacopo135, 184, 197-198
de Cabassoles, Philippe5, 62-64, 68, 179-180, 208-209, 239-241, 247, 250, 252
Cadmus 214
Caesar 99, 128, 226, 229
Callisthenes 101
Calpurnius 205
Calvo, Francesco177-178, 181
de Campagnola, Iohannes119
Canigiani, Eletta246
da Cannobio, Albertino169, 213, 217- 218, 243
Capra, Enrico82-83, 105-106, 196-197, 205
de Caraman, Jean101-102
Carracciolo, Berardo173-174
da Carrara, Francesco175, 245, 249, 251-253
-----, Francesco Novello 253
-----, Jacopo xix, 3, 12
da Castiglionchio, Lapo21-22, 40, 109-110

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