INDEX

a
Aachen, 99
Aale, 24
abacus, 75
Abelard, Pierre, 90 , 107 , 108
abridgement of fief, 209
absolutus,215
accuracy, neglect of, 75
Adalard, 191f
Adalbert, bishop of Bremen, 34
Adam of Bremen, 18
Adhemar of Chabannes, 43 , 89
Aelphege, St., 19
Aethelstan, king of England, 182 , 185 , 226
Aethelwulf, king of Wessex, 41
Africa (province), xix , 4
ages, feudal, two, 60
Aghlabites, 4
agrarii milites,180 , 184
agriculture, sparseness of, 61
aids, monetary, 222ff
Aisne, river, 69
Aix-la-Chapelle, see Aachen
Alan Crooked-Beard, 30
Alans, 153
Alcuin, 42 , 53 , 55 , 183
Aldebert, 172
Alemans, 137
Alençon, 46
Alexander, 25
Alfred, king of England, 22 , 40 , 48 , 53 , 73 , 75 , 232 , 234 ;
fleet of, 52
Alger, 172
alienation:
of fiefs, 208ff;
of property, 132 , 141
alleu/allods, 171ff,248 ;
in Aquitaine, 175 ;
in Germany, 180 ;
and immunity, 245 ;
in South Italy, 188 ;
rural, 243 ;
in Saxony, 248 , 268
Alps, 10 , 11
Amalfi, 7 , 70
Amalings, 100
ambacte,155
Amiens, vidame of, 222
Angevins, 134 ;
see also Plantagenets
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,45 , 62 , 75 , 234
Anglo-Saxon language, 43f
Anglo-Saxon society, reasons for collapse, 186
animals, wild, 72
Anjou, 195 , 197 , 205 , 215 , 231 , 264
annalists, 27f,65 , 89 , 96
Annamites, 56
Anselm, St., of Canterbury, 103 , 108
Anskar, St., 33 , 34
Antichrist, 55 , 84
Aquitaine, 77 , 89 , 176
Arabs, 3ff,42 ;
cavalry, 153 ;
in South Italy, 188 ;
as sailors, 5
Aragon, 186
Archambaud, viscount, 134
Archipoeta,104
architecture, Romanesque, 60
Ardres, 114
Arezzo, 127
Argenteuil, 130
Argento, Monte, 4 , 5 , 55
Aribert, archbishop of Milan, 198
Aristotle, 105
Arles, 5 ;
kingdom of, 277 , 279
armies, recruitment of, 151f
Armorica, see Brittany
arms:
value of, 152 ;
Viking, 54
Arno, river, 19
Arnulf, emperor, 9
Arnulf of Ardres, 99
Arnulf of Guines, 225
Arnulf, bishop of Soissons, 126
Arpad, 13
Arques, 128
Arras, 265 ;
Abbey of St. Vaast, 28
art:
in feudal society, 59f;
Gothic, 104 ;
Nordic, in Normandy, 50 ;
Romanesque, 104
Arthur, king, 95
Arthur, Prince, 134
artisan class, 71 ;
artisans, fiefs of, 236
Artois, 160
Asia Minor, Byzantine reconquest of, 4
assimilation, linguistic, 43
Assisi, 127
Asturias, 186 , 266
Attila, 100 , 101 , 136
Augustine, St., xix , 90 , 100 , 163
Austria, 11 ;
duchy of, 201
autarky, 67
Auxerre, 215
Avars, 9 , 11
Avesnes, lord of, 214
avouerie, gens d’,262
avoués,173
Avranches, 30 , 46
Azov, Sea of, 8

b
baillistre,201 -2
Baldwin I, of Boulogne, king of Jerusalem, 79
Baldwin II, king of Jerusalem, 136
Baldwin Iron Arm, count of Flanders, 195
Baldwin II, count of Guines, 104f

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