The Long Eighth Century

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INDEX
Aa, 128
Aachen, 138, 355
Abbo, 358
'Abd al-Malik, 270, 272–273, 281, 293–294, 303, 314, 334, 341–342
Abruzzo, 213, 220
Abydos, 256
Achtienhoven, 159
Adalard, 121, 135–136
Adalgisel Grimo, 109
Adalhalmastat, 155
Adelchis, 219
Adhruh, 303
Adriatic, 226
Aegean, 225, 230, 247, 248, 252, 367
Aegean Islands, 226, 238, 258
'Afîq, 303
Africa, 245–246, 369, 373 East Africa, 298, 328 North Africa, 226, 244, 248, 250, 268, 304, 319, 337, 345, 356–357, 376
Agathias, 237
Agilufing family, 150, 164
Ago, 201
Ahmad ibn Tûlûn, 290
Åhus, 38, 44–45, 58–60, 65
Aistulf, 196
'Akkâ, 290, 293–294, 301
al-Fustât, 300, 304
al-Lajjûn (Legio), 300
al-Ma'mûn, 342
al-Mahdî, 310
al-Mansûr, 271, 301, 341
al-Mina, 291, 295, 320
al-Mshattâ, 289
al-Muhamadiyah, 339
al-Râfiqa, 301
al-Raqqah, 267, 300–301, 305, 307–308, 313–314, 320
al-Risha, 325
al-Tûba, 289
al-Urdunn, 281, 300, 335–338
al-Walîd I, 270, 289, 303
al-Walid II, 285, 289–290
Alemannia, 151, 164
Aleppo (Halab), 274–275, 295, 300– 301, 312–313, 368
Alexandria, 300, 372
Alfred, king, 75
Alicante (Tudmir), 364, 366
Almería, 365
Alpaida, 162
Alps/Alpine pass, 179, 187, 190, 199, 214, 357
Alsace, 114
Altfrid, 152, 159–161, 165
Alwalah, 154–155, 161
Amandus, 106, 117, 126, 128
Amastris, 257
Amiens, 115–116, 127, 146
'Ammân, 267, 284, 301–303, 317, 325, 331, 335–336, 338
Amorion, 252
'Amr ibn al-'Âs, 316
Anastasius, 240
Anatolia, 225, 232, 243–244, 254, 260, 333, 367, 375
Anchialus, 226
Anemourion, 252
Angantyr, 35
Angilbert, 138
Anglo-Saxons, 61, 63, 85, 143, 145, 192
'Anjar, see 'Ayn al-Jarr
Ankara, 252
Ankyra, 260
Anskar, 56–57
Ansoald, Bishop, 179
Antioch, 268–269, 272, 291, 294–295, 298, 300, 312, 320, 369, 372
Antwerp, 158
Apamea, 369
Apremont-Veuillin, 214–215
'Aqaba, see Aylah
Arab conquests, 167, 186, 192, 244, 265–343, 367, 374
'Arabah, 309, 317
Arabia, 328
Arabian Gulf, 298, 320
Arbaldus, 183
Arechis, 219, 220
Argolid, 226
Argos, 249–251
Århus, 37
Arîhâ, see Jericho

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