Genoa & the Genoese, 958-1528

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INDEX
Abate of the people, 157, 190, 204
Abraham, lexicographer, 162
Abulafia, David, 58, 74, 79
Achaea (principality), 151, 163
Acre, 32, 87-88, 98, 112, 137, 146, 179, 181, 215
Adalbert (king), 16
Adalbertini of Gavi family, 20
Adelaide (empress), 18
Aden, 182, 310
Adorno family, 233, 264, 313, 315
Agnese, 297
Agostino, 291, 314
Anselmo, 318
Antoniotto (doge), 238, 242, 242-44, 245-50, 252, 254, 263
Antoniotto II (doge), 314
Baldassare, 223
Caterina. See Catherine of Genoa, Saint Clemenza, 263
Gabriele (doge), 224-26
Gabriele, 257
Giuliano, 308-9
Prospero (doge), 287, 289, 290
Raffaele (doge), 284, 286
Raffaele, 244
Adrian IV (pope), 72, 73
Adrian V (pope), 151, 157, 175
Africa, 26, 232, 281, 285-86, 311
Agriculture, 12, 17-19, 26, 38-39, 133-34
Agrigento, 74
Aigues Mortes, 137, 183
Aiguino, Francesco de, 249
Airaldi, Gabriella, xv
Alamanno de Costa, 103, 110
Alaya, 259
Albaro, Gotifredo de, 284
Albaro, 11
Albenga, 12, 30, 32, 83, 90, 123, 127, 195, 197, 221, 243
Albergo, 86, 153-54, 224, 232-33, 315, 318, 320
Albergo dei Poveri, 320-21
Albertus Magnus, 173
Alessandria, 113-15, 128
Alexander III (pope), 78
Alexandria, 26, 58, 59, 99, 100, 141-42, 174, 180, 215, 217, 231, 259. See also Egypt
Alfieri, Alberto, 252
Alfonso V (king of Aragon and Naples), 264-66, 284-86, 293-94
Alfonso VII (king of Castile), 49
Alice (queen of Cyprus), 111
Al-Mahdiyya ( Mahdia), 23-24
Almería, 26, 49-52
Almohads, 51
Alum, 144, 178, 273
Amalfi, 23, 24
America, 321
Arnico de Murta, 79, 84-85
Ancona, 104, 111
Andalusia, 310
Andora, 125, 129, 133-35, 178, 190, 197
Andronicus II (emperor), 183-84, 196
Andronicus IV (emperor), 238
Angeli, Niccolo, 249
Anjou, René of, 284, 287
Anniversaries, 92, 93, 117, 129, 130, 132, 185.
See also Charity
Anonymous Poet of Genoa, 166-71, 182-83
Antibes, 48
Antioch, 29, 98, 103-4
Anziani (elders), 36, 68, 137, 157, 225, 253
Apodixia,233
Apothecaries, 268
Apprenticeship contracts, 274-77
Aquasola, 303
Aqueducts and sewers, 266
Arabs, 319-20
Aragon, 120, 143, 198, 222, 244, 264-66, 294, 359 (n. 162). See also Catalans Arbiters, 64, 67
Archanto, Rainaldo, 112
Arles, 120
Armenia/Armenians, 179, 191, 289
Arquata, 114-15
Arroscia valley, 122, 279
Arsenal, 264
Arsuf, 31, 32
Arsura, 170
Art, 194, 295-302
Artisans, 99-100, 101, 149, 169, 205, 257,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Figures & Maps xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • Genoa & the Genoese, 958-1528 1
  • 1 - From Practically Nothing to Something, 958-1154 9
  • 2 - The Takeoff, 1154-1204 54
  • 3 - Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, 1204-1257 96
  • 4 - Captains of the People, 1257-1311 140
  • 5 - Long Live the People, the Merchants, & the Doge, 1311-1370 188
  • 6 - Liberty and Humanism: Slavery and the Bank, 1370-1435 228
  • 7 - To Throw Away a Thousand Worlds, 1436-1528 271
  • Epilogue 319
  • Appendix - Genoese Revolts and Changes in Government, 1257-1528 325
  • Notes 329
  • Bibliography 369
  • Index 383
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