A Source Book for Medieval Economic History

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INDEX
AACHEN, see Aix-la-Chapelle
ACCOUNTS of a manor, 62-68
ACRE, 106, 108
ADALBERT, Bishop of Worms, 236
ADMINISTRATION of a monastery, 318-321
ADRIAN I, Pope, 313
ADSCRIPTICII, 263, 265, 267; status of children of, 268-269; inheritance of, 346
AETHELBIRHT, dooms of, concerning penalties for murder, 275; laws of, concerning purchase of women, 328
AGDE, Council of, concerning manumission, 280-281
AGRICULTURE, in Eastern Empire, 7- 13; diversified nature of, 38
AISTULF, reduction of church fines by, 393
AIX-LA-CHAPELLE, capitulary of, concerning organization of the villa, 26- 27; false money, 132; bridge tolls, 151; benefices, 328; tributary and taxable land, 359-360; tithes, 379-380; thelony, 400
AIX-LA-CHAPELLE, fair of, 112; grant of two fairs to, 120-122; grant of mint to, 121-122; periods of fairs at, 121, 122
AIX-LA-CHAPELLE, Saxon capitulary of, concerning value of money in terms of commodities, 131
ALAMANNI, law of the, concerning serfs, 274
ALDIO, 94
ALEXANDER III, Pope, 140, 321; his condemnation of usury, 169
ALFRED THE GREAT, 7; laws of, concerning chapmen, 99; purchase of serfs, 275-276
ALLODIAL LAND, 98, 323; inheritance of, 334-335
ALSACE, flight of serfs to cities of, 278- 279
ALTHEIM, Council of, concerning inheritance, 337
AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS, 4
AMOND, 94, 272
ANGLO-SAXON CHRONICLE, 7, 116
ANGYLDE, 16
ANNONA, 92, 93, 127, 350
APPRENTICES, regulation of wages of, 141; entrance fee for carpenters', 239; expenses of shearers', 250, 251; rules for shearers', 250, 252
APPRENTICESHIP, to a money-changer, 144-145; to a barber, 249; to a weaver, 256-257
AQUITAINE, Capitulary of, concerning benefices, 17
ARABS, toll on, 419
ARCHBISHOP, wēr-gild of, 394
ARDENBOURG, 217
ARDENNES, 70
ARISTOTLE, on usury, 169, 181-182; on slavery, 263, 280
ARLES, navigation code of, 153-155; Bishop of, captive slaves freed by, 287- 288
ARMAGH, Council of, concerning slaves, 286
ARMOR, suit of, price of, 110; rental of, 110-111
ARMS, gift of, to manumitted serf, 278
ARNULF, King, 98
ARRAS, charter to shearers at, 249-252; apprenticeship to a weaver in, 256; toll list at, 404-408
ARSON, penalties for, 11
ARTE DELLA LANA,211-212, 243- 244
ARTE DELLA SETA, 244, 245-246
ARTI, of Florence, 211
ASSIZE OF BREAD, 140-142
ATHELING, wēr-gild of, 394
ATHELSTAN, laws of, concerning exchange, 99-100
ATHELWULF, grant of land as tithe by, 380-381
AUGSBURG, villa in diocese of, 59- 60; fair at, 118, 119
AVARS, limitation of trade of, 150-151

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