Henry's Wars and Shakespeare's Laws: Perspectives on the Law of War in the Later Middle Ages

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Index
Abi-Saab, Rosemary207 n. 60
Abraham161 n. 29
abstinences of war 118 see also appatis; immunity
act of State 68, 73
Act of Union:
proposed to France by Britain ( 1940) 188
Wales 205 n. 48
act of war 16, 90, 94 n. 83, 102-3, 206
Admiral of France 13
admiralty courts 12
adultery 29
Affaire des Biens Britanniques au Maroc Espagnol ( Spain v. UK) 69 n. 17
aggressive war 37, 44, 46, 72, 192
Agincourt 2, 4, 29, 31 n. 62, 64, 102, 109, 132 n. 5, 141, 144, 152, Ch.9, 172 and n. 1, 173 and n. 12, 174 and n. 23, 201, 214, 215
Ago, Roberto69 n. 14, 70 n. 19
Alban, J. B.99 n. 120
Alençon, Bastard of 171
All Souls College31 n. 62, 33 and n. 68, 149 n. 42
allegiance 37, 106, 151 n. 56, 192 and n. 5, 193 n. 7, 196 and n. 22, 197, 203, 205 n. 47, 206, 208
allies 183 and n. 63, 195
Allmand, Christopher T.7 nn. 1 & 2, 8 n. 3, 12 n. 24, 17 n. 1, 66 n. 3, 87 n. 48, 88 n. 50, 99 n. 120, 123 and n. 230, 124 nn. 234 & 236, 125 nn. 240, 242, & 243, 126 nn. 247 & 250, 129 nn. 255 & 256, 159 n. 18, 176 nn. 35 & 36, 177 nn. 40 & 41, 186 n. 77, 188 and n. 91, 198 and n. 27
Alston, Philip114 n. 187
Alvis, John65 n. 1
ambassador 9, 23, 24, 24-5 n. 39, 26 and n. 43, 32 n. 62, 47 and n. 1, 50, 53, 61 n. 63, 62 n. 63, 94, 173, 175-80 and nn., 209 see also immunity of heralds and ambassadors
ambushes 44
Andrew de Harclay, Earl of Carlisle 192 n. 5
Angelus of Perusia 41 n. 103
Angers 36
Angevin empire 39
Anglican 204
Anjou 24, 26 n. 43, 49
Anglo, Sydney136 n. 26
Anglo-French wars 89, 169 see also Hundred Years War
annexation of territory 46 and n. 143
Ansley/ Anneslie, Sir John105, 138
antiferninism 30 see also Salic law, women
Antony of Brabant 166 n. 51
Antrèves, A.P. d'79 n. 15
appatis/pâtis118, 125, 129, 146, 196 n. 22, 197 see also spoils of war
Aquitaine 17 n. 1, 18, 19 n. 8, 22, 24, 25 n. 40
Arab countries 20, 46 n. 143
Arangio-Ruiz, Gaetano23 n. 31, 70 n. 20, 178 n. 46
arbitration 19, 69, 134
Archibald the Grim, Earl of Douglas 149
Arde 106 and n. 155
Arden, Edward204
Armagnacs 59 and n. 57, 60, 61, 62, 171, 189
armistice 54 and n. 22, 55, 56, 57 and n. 45, 59 n. 55
armorial bearings 7, 12, 14, 174, 175
Armstrong, C. A. J.7 n. 2, 186 n. 77, 188 and n. 91
army 43, 65, 67, 77, 86 n. 37, 88, 93 n. 76, 95, 96, 118, 120, 123, 124, 125, 126, 128, 129, 141, 143, 144, 146, 152, 156, 157, 159, 166, 167, 175, 192 n. 5 see also soldiers
Arques 118
Arras 62 n. 63

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