The Construction of Communities in the Early Middle Ages: Texts, Resources and Artefacts

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INDEX
Note: This index is not intended to be exhaustive, but to help finding the more important occurrences of names and place names. Ancient and modern authors have only been included where they are specifically discussed.
Aachen 274, 276, 290, 315
– Council of (816) 209
– plaatum of (818) 206
Aaron, legate of Louis the Pious 269
ʿAbbas ibn Mirdas al-Sulami 341
ʿAbbasids 335, 339f, 344f.
ʿAbd Allah ibn Muhammad 332, 335
ʿAbd al-Malik ibn Habib 331, 333, 335
ʿAbd al-Malik ibn Yusuf 345
ʿAbd al-Rahman al-Ghafiqi 326
ʿAbd al-Rahman I 327, 342
ʿAbd al-Wahab al-Ghassani 327
Abd al-Wahid al-Marrakushi 346 n. 102
Abraham 221 n. 38
Abraham, abbot of Clermont 246 n. 97
Abu al-Khattar 326, 328
Abu Layla 345
Abu Sufyan 344
ʿAbu Talib 335
Abu al-Tayyub 347
Abu al-Walid ibn Nasr 330
Abu al-Walid of Granada 331
Adalfrid, legate of Louis the Pious 269
Adalhard, abbot of Corbie 275
Adalung, abbot of Lorsch 266
Adam 247, 331, 338
Adam of Bremen 284 n. 64
ʿAdnan 337f.
Adnanis 337
Ado, brother of Audoin of Rouen 260
Ado, bishop of Vienne 232 n. 17
Adrianopel 95
Aegina 72
Aetius, magister militum 10, 96
Africa 104, 112, 118–120,
– North Africa 68 n. 12, 69, 130, 323. 325f, 328 n. 28, 329f, 336f, 343
Agathias, historian 178, 190
Agde, Council of (506) 221
Agila, Visigothic king 124f, 130f, 147
Agius of Corvey 285 n. 70
Agnes, abbess of Poitiers 215
Agrestius, monk of Luxeuil 223 n. 47
Agrippina 47 n. 37 (see also Cologne)
Ahmad al-Razi 340
Aidan, missionary bishop 283
Alamannia 60 n. 89
Alamans, Alamannic, Alamanni 4, 47f, 47 n. 38, 53, 57f, 60, 60 n. 89, 62f, 213 (see also gens Alamannorum)
Alans, Alanic 92, 103
Alaric I, Visigothic king 7, 10, 12. 110–121, 127
Alaric II, Visigothic king 185
Alaviv, father of Alaric I 113
Alboin, Lombard king 70
Alcala de Guadaira 132
Alcima, mother of Arcadius 256
Alcuin, abbot of Tours 210, 291, 301
Alethius, patrician 158f, 171
Alexander the Great 323
Alexandria 69 n. 19
Alfonso I, king of Asturia 77, 79
Alfonso III, king of Asturia 77
Algarve 342
Algeciras 343
Alicante 130, 329
Almería 346
Almohads 342, 348
Almoravids 342, 348
Alpes 47 n. 38
Alsacia 57 n. 79
Altai 99
AlthofT, Gerd 194
Amalaric, Visigothic king 125–127
Amals 152
Amaseia 68 n. 11
Amazons 6
Ammianus Marcellinus, historian 95f. 106, 113
Anas 133
Anatolia 65, 73 n. 46, 74, 77, 79 al-Andalus 324–334, 337–340, 342. 344, 346f.
Andalusi 325, 340–343, 348
– Arab 343
– pre-Andalusi 340
Andelot, treaty of 239 n. 53

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