Crusaders, Condottieri, and Cannon: Medieval Warfare in Societies around the Mediterranean

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INDEX
Abbeville, Cardinal Jean de, 173
'Abd al 'Azia, 115, 118, 122, 140, 144
'Abd Allāh ibn Tāhir, 205
'Abd al-Malik, ruler of Lerida (1110–1042), 121, 140, 155
'Abd al-Rahman III, caliph of Corduba (912–961), 132
Abbo of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 196, 197, 198
Abouna, Albert, 206
Abraham el Barchelón, 248
Abū Sa 'id, son of the emir of Morocco, 100
Abū Zayd, ruler of Valencia, 173–174
Acre, 190, 222
adalides (expert warriors), 157
Adela, 273–274, 277, 282, 284, 288–289, 300
Adelaide, queen, 295
Adelin, William, 278, 281
adultery, 14, 16
Africa, 47
Agrait, Nicholás, 5
Agramunt, 145
agricultural revolution, 47
Aguilar de Campóo, 77, 79
Agunciello, 154
Aibar, 12
Aimieric, Guillem, 145
Aix, metropiltanate, 174–175
Al-Bakrī, 133
Al-Barsuqī, 204
Al-Himyarī, 133
Al-Idrīsī, 145
Al-Jawzī, 188
Al-Khatib, 60
Al-Marrākushī, 144
Al-Mundhir, 128
Al-Mu 'tamin, 128
Albigensian crusade, 211
Albiol, 134
alcábala (tax), 157
Alcalá, Ordamiento of, 161
alcalde (official), 261
Aleixar, 142
Alençon, 278, 280
Alexander III, pope (1159–1181), 17, 107
Alexander of Lincoln, 268
Alfonso, Elvira, 76–77
Alfonso, Juan, 22–23
Alfonso I, king of Aragon (1104–1134), 14, 102, 110
Alfonso II, king of Aragon (1163–1196), 140
Alfonso IV, king of Portugal (1327–1357), 53, 154–155
Alfonso VI, king of Castile (1072–1109), 111
Alfonso VII, king of Castile-Léon (1126–1157) 98, 100–106, 110, 112
Alfonso VIII, king of Castile (1158–1214), 254
Alfonso X the Learned (el Sabio), king of Castile-León (1252–1284), 31, 56, 61, 69, 78, 211, 245–246, 249–250
Alfonso XI, king of Castile (1312–1350), 5, 31, 53, 60, 70, 85, 149, 150, 152–156, 158–161, 163–165, 245
Alforja, 143
Algeciras, 150, 155–162, 164, 165; siege of (1342–1344), 150, 161, 163
Allaines, 276
Almazán, 99
Almería, 49, 59, 100–101
Almira Almoniz, 115, 118–119, 121–122, 140
almogaveres (light skirmishers), 157
Almohads, 100–102
almonry, 83
Almoravids, 100, 105, 112, 120, 127, 138, 143–144
alms, 39, 42, 43, 45, 65, 67, 69, 71, 72, 83
Alp Arslan, Seljuk sultan (1063–1073), 203–204
alqueria (farm hamlet), 136
Alsace, Thierry of, 297, 299
Alvar II de Cabrera, count of Urgel (1239–1268), 226
Alvarez, Juan, bishop, 253

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