Lollards and Their Influence in Late Medieval England

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General Index
Most scholars in the field now use the terms "Lollard" and "Wycliffite" synonymously, and such has been the case in this volume. For the purposes of the index, the terms have similarly been treated as interchangeable, but "Lollard" has been preferred to "Wycliffite" as an indexing term in order to provide a comprehensive entry without reduplications under "Lollard." Works with known authors are indexed under author even if less is said of the author in the text. All anonymous works are indexed under title. Individual texts are indexed under author or title, but not under editor. Modern authorities are cited as well as original materials, but more selectively, with a focus on those that are extensively discussed or that provide important background information. Page numbers given for notes refer to the page of the text to which the note belongs. Page numbers in italics refer to plates or maps in the volume.
Abberbury, Sir Richard 81 and n.44
Aers, David 37 n.4, 56 n.88, 57 n.93, 122 n.27, 125 n.39, 126 n.42, 206 and n.69, 210 n.107, 313, 314, 316
Aers, David and Lynn Staley 37 n.4, 118 n.13, 123 n.30, 312, 316
Aita, Shuichi 317
Albigensians 61
Aleyn, Robert 92
Alford, John 52 n.75, 315
Algekirk, Maud de 61
Alisaunder 146 n.18
"Allas, What Schul We Freris Do” 49 n.58
Allen, Hope Emily 316
Alnwick, William, bishop of Norwich 3
Ambrose, St. 4
Ames, Ruth M. 315
Ancrene Riwle see "The Recluse”
Angela of Foligno 117 n.12
Angret, John 94
Annales de Dunstaplia 61 n.9
Annales Paulini de Tempore Edwardi Tertii 62 n.20
Anonimalle Chronicle 215 n.124
anticlerical writings see The Clergy May Not Hold Property; Epistola Sathanae ad Cleros; De Officio Pastorali; "How Satan and his Children”; "Lo, He That Can Be Cristes Clerc”; "Of Clerks Possessioners”; "Of ministers in the church”; The Order of Priesthood; "Why Poor Priests Should Have no Benefice”
antifraternalism see also friars, gyrovague, sarabites
antifraternal writers and texts see "Allas, What Schul We Freris Do”; De Blasphemia, Contra Fratres; "Fifty Heresies and Errors of the Friars”; Friar Daw's Reply; The Grete Sentence of Curs Expouned; "How religious men should kepe certayne Articles”; How Satan and his Priests; Jack Upland; "Jon and Richerd”; "Of the Leaven of Pharisees”; Quia in proposicione nuper facta and Defensio Curatorum under FitzRalph, Richard; St-Amour, William of, De Periculis Novissimorum Temporum; Tractatus de Pseudo-Freris; Upland's Rejoinder
antiWycliffism
emergence of antiWycliffite polemic in Oxford 19―35, 41―5, 105 n.19
antiWycliffites see Brinton, Thomas; Crumpe, Henry; Dymmok, Roger; Hoccleve, Thomas; Love, Nicholas; Maidstone, Richard; Netter, Thomas; Palmer, Thomas; Pecock, Reginald; Radcliffe, Nicholas; Repingdon, Philip; Rymington, William; Stokes, Peter; Woodford, William
antiWycliffite texts see Fasciculi Zizaniorum; Pharetra sacramenti
Apocalypse, Middle English prose 145 and n.13, 146―7, 149, 150
Apology for Lollard Doctrines 7, see also Thirty- Seven Conclusions of the Lollards
Aquinas, St. Thomas 103 and n.17, 109, 113, 132, 222, see also biblical commentaries
Catena aurea 4
Laude Sion Salvatoris 132―3
Quaestiones Quodlibetales 222 and n.29
Summa Theologiae 100 n.5, 104―5 and nn.18― 19, 118 n.17, 119―20 and nn.20 and 23, 122 n.29, 132 n.12
archbishops see Arundel, Thomas; Bowet, Henry; Bradwardine, Thomas; Chichele, Robert; Courtenay, William; Cranmer, Thomas; FitzRalph, Richard; Islip, Simon; Langham, Simon; Melton, William;

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