The Oxford History of Medieval Europe

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INDEX
Persons of the same name are arranged alphabetically, not hierarchically, ignoring descriptions in parentheses. Dates (normally of birth and death) are sometimes conjectural and are given for the purpose of identification only.
Aachen, 94, 95, 98, 99
palace, 112
'Abd Allah, ruler of Granada, 192
'Abd ar-Rahman, Arab leader (d. 732.), 90
Abelard, Peter ( 1079-1142), x, 135-6
Achaia, Frankish kingdom of, 240
Acre, 245
Adalbero, archbishop of Rheims (d. 988), 153-4
Adalbert, archbishop of Bremen (d. 1072), 144, 145
Adalbert, St, bishop of Prague ( 939-97), 126, 142
Adaloald, Lombard king (d. 626), 37
Adela of Champagne, wife of Louis VII (d. 1206), 159
Adelaide, St, wife of Lothair II and Otto I ( 931?-99), 141, 175
Adolf of Nassau, emperor 1250?-98), 280
Adomnán, abbot of Iona (d. 704), 71
Adrian IV, pope (d. 1159), 219
Adrianople, 251
battle at ( 378), 2
Æthelberht, king of Kent (d. 616), 73, 83
Æthelfrith, king of Bernicia (d. 616), 84
Aëtius, Roman general (c. 390-454), 3-4, 65
Africa:
Christianity in, 40
Islam in, 13, 32, 196; Aghlabids, 15, 30; Almoravids, 194
Portuguese in, 266-7
trade, 30, 32, 213
Vandal invasion, 3
Agenais, province of, 294
'ages of the world', 221
Agilulf, Lombard king (d. 616), 10, 37
Agnellus of Ravenna, historian (c. 800-50), 22, 47
Agnes of Poitou (d. 1077), 143
Agnolo di Tura del Grasso, Sienese chronicler ( 14th century), 249
agriculture, 120-2, 250
Aidan, St (d. 651), 72
Ain Jalut, battle of ( 1260), 245
Akathistos Hymn to the Virgin, 50
Akkar, Hospitaller castle, 245
al-Edrisi, Arab geographer (d.c. 1166), 200
al-Maqqari, Arab chronicler (d. 1632), 194
al-Muta mid, ruler of Seville (d. 1091), 194
Alamans/Alamannia, 59, 66, 67, 89, 91
Alans, invasion of Gaul and Spain, 3
Alaric I, Visigoth king (c. 370-410), 2
Alaric II, Visigoth king (d. 507), 66
Alberic II, duke of Spoleto (d. 954), 183
Albert 'the Bear', duke of Saxony (d. 1170), 146, 147
Albert I of Habsburg, emperor (c. 1250-1308), 280
Albert II of Habsburg, emperor ( 1397-1439), 280
Alberti, Leon Battista ( 1404-72), 274
Albertus Magnus, St (c. 1200-80), 325
Aibigensianism, see Cathars

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