INDEX

a
Aachen, 378 , 391 , 392
abbeys, royal, 423
abbots, appointment of, 348f, 350 ;
lay, 395
Abelard, Pierre, 346
accolade, 316
Adalbero, bishop of Rheims, 386f
advocate, 404ff;
exactions of, 406
advocatus of St. Peter, 392
Aelfred, 289
Aesir, 379
aetheting,284
agriculture:
nobles and, 302 , 329
Alemannia, 398
Alexis, St., 302
Alfonso the Wise, king of Castile, 321
Alleu/allods, 445 ;
lawsuits and, 366 ;
and nobility, 286
Alversham, 289
Amboise, Lords of, 285
amusements, 303ff
Ancona, marquisate of, 344
Andrew the Chaplain, 309
Angevins, 430
Anjou, 438
anointing:
imperial, 390 ;
of kings, 380
Anse, 414
Anselm, St., of Canterbury, 317
anticlericalism, 348
Apocalypse, 392
appeals, 373
Apulia, 435
Aquitaine, 380 , 396 , 397 , 413 , 423 , 424
Aragon, 376 ;
Act of Union, 452
archaism, of German society, 426
l’Archambault, castle of, 401
archieves, 422
Ardres, 400
Argonne, 382
aristocracy:
in England, 330f;
hereditary, 284 ;
see also knighthood;
nobility
Arles, kingdom of, 413
armorial bearings, 328f, 331
arms:
delivery of, 313f;
restriction on bearing, 289f
army, in England, 430
Arnulf, emperor, 376 , 377 , 378
Arras, 310
arrondissements,363
assassinations, of kings, 381f
assize:
of arms, 330 ;
of Jerusalem, 452
Asturias, 375 , 380
Attoni, 285
Austrasia, 285 , 396
Austria, 285
Autun, 396 , 397
Auvergne, 426
Auxerre, 416
Avallon, 397
avouerie,404

b
Babenbergs, 285
‘bachelor’, 332
bail féodal,328
bailiffs, 303 , 425
Baldwin IV of Flanders, 418
Baldwin IV of Hainault, 304
ban,406 , 426
banneret, 333
Barcelona:
county of, 376 ;
‘Usages’ of, 325 , 333 , 334
baronets, 331
baron(s), 331 , 333 , 334
Basle, 379
Basques, 376 , 397
Basses Marches,426
bath(s), of new knight, 316
battle, trial by, 360 , 367 , 373 ;
see also combat, judicial
Bauermeister,337
Bavaria:
bishoprics, 427 ;
duchy of, 398 ;
dukes of, 377 , 389
Bavarians, 284
Bayard, 316
bayle,337
Béarn, 372
Beaucaire, 323
Beaulieu, 291
Beaumanoir, Philippe de, 316 , 322 , 323 , 326 , 366 , 370
Beauvais, 413 , 414 ;
Oath of, 414
Beauvaisis, 366
Becket, see Thomas Becket
Bellême:
house of, 285 ;
lord of, 333
Benedict, St., Miracles of,301
Benedict, St., Rule of, 286 , 345
Berengar I, marquess of Friuli, king of Italy, 379 , 382
Bergamo, 402
Bernard, St., of Clairvaux, 317
Bernay, 289
Berry, 401 , 413 , 426 ;
militia of, 416 , 417
Bertrand de Born, 293 , 296 , 297 , 298 , 301 , 332
Besançon, 315 , 319 , 378
Bigorre, 303
birth and privilege, 328
bishoprics:
heredity in, 350 ;
sale of, 350
bishops:
appointment of, 348 , 350 , 351 ;
counts, 401f

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