History of the Ancient and Medieval World - Vol. 9

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Index
Aachen 1170, 1171, 1177, 1183, 1185, 1193
Abbad III al-Mutamid of Seville 1230
Abbas 1225
Abbasids, second of the two great dynasties of the Muslim Empire of the Caliphate 1225
Abbey 1160, 1161, 1163, 1211, 1214, 1218, 1285
Abbot 1179, 1200, 1212, 1285, 1287
Abd al-Rahmön I (731-788). Umayyad emir 1225
Abd al-Rahmōn III (889-961), Umayyad emir 1226-1230, 1162
Acre 1278
Adelaide (931-999), consort of the Western emperor Otto I and regent for her grandson Otto III 1206, 1213, 1285, 1287
Adhemar of Le Puy, bishop (?-1098), one of the leaders of the First Crusade, Bishop of Le Puy (1077-1098) 1269
Adrian I (?-795). pope (772-795) 1166
Adrian II (792-872), pope (862-872) 1264
Adrianople 1276
Adriatic Sea 1268, 1270
Aegean Sea 1236, 1254
Aethelred the Unready (c.968-1016), AngloSaxon king of England (978-1016) 1193, 1206, 1286
Aethelwulf (7-858), Anglo-Saxon king of England 1193
Africa 1225, 1230, 1239-1240, 1243-1244, 1252, 1276, 1285
Agnes of Poitiers (c. 1024-1077), second wife of the Holy Roman emperor Henry III and regent (1056-1062) of her son Henry IV 1220
Agriculture 1231, 1250
Al-Nasir li-din Allah 1226-1227
Al Mawsil 1272, 1276
Al-Zahra 1227
Al-Hak¡m (985-1021), sixth ruler of the Egyptian Shi'i Fatimid dynasty 1238
Al-Kamil (1180-1238), last sultan (1218-) of the Ayyubid line 1278
Al-Hakam. caliph 1228
Albi 1277
Albigenses, heretical Christian sect in southern France (12th-13th cent.) 1277
Albigensian Crusade (1208-1213), crusade against heresy in southern France 1277
Albinus. See Alcuin
Alcuin (or Albinus) (735-804), Anglo-Latin poet, educator and cleric 1178-1180, 1182, 1285, 1186
Alemanni(ans) 1162,1167
Aleppo 1285
Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), king of Macedonia (336-323) 1286
Alexandria 1263, 1287
Alexius I Comnenus (1048-1118), Byzantine emperor (1081-1118) 1268-1269, 1272, 1274, 1285
Alfonso II the Chaste (Alfonsus Castus) (c.759-842), king of Asturias (791-842) 1234
Alfonso III (C.838-C.910), king of Asturias (866-910) 1226, 1233-1234, 1237
Alfonso VI (1040-1109). king of Castile and Leon 1238
Alfonso Henriques, king of Portugal (1143) 1237, 1288
Alfonsus Castus. See Alfonso II the Chaste
Alfred the Great (849-899), Saxon king of Wessex, England (871-899) 1193, 1206, 1285
Alfred Jewel 1193
Al¡afaria 1228-1229
Allah 1226
Almohads (Berber confederation that created an Islamic empire in North Africa and Spain (1130-1269) 1230. 1237. 1237. 1239. 1285, armies 1232, decline 1232
Almoravids. See Almohads
Alp Arslan (c. 1030-1072), second of the first three great sultans of the Seljuq Turks 1288
Alps 1166. 1170, 1206, 1232
Alsace 1187, 1287-1288
Amalfi 1232
Amiens 1187
Anatolia 1268-1269, 1272, 1276, 1288
Angers 1186
Angles 1285
Anglo-Saxon 1161-1162, 1164, 1178-1179. 1190, 1206, 1285-1287
Anjou 1209, 1231
Annalum Regium Francorum (Annals of the Franks) 1182
Anthemius of Tralles (7-472), Western Roman emperor (467-472) 1251
Anti-Semitism 1270
Antioch 1263. 1272, 1274, 1276, 1276. 1285-1287
Antrustions. member of the personal guard of the Frankish Merovingian rulers (481/2751) 1172
Apostle Peter 1222, 1263
Apostle Paul 1168
Apostle James 1236
Apostolic life 1224
Apulia 1241-1242, 1270, 1288
Aquitaine 1160, 1162, 1166, 1182, 1184, 1211, 1231, 1285, 1287
Arabian Empire 1226
Arabs 1164, 1166, 1193, 1227, 1238, 1244, 1255, 1264
Aragon 1233, 1236, 1239, 1285, kingdom of 1236
Aristocracy 1160. 1163, 1171, 1175, 1178, 1183, 1196, 1213, 1255. See also Nobility
Aristotle (384-322 BC), Greek philosopher, logician and scientist 1238
Arithmetìca 1179
Armenia 1248, 1264, 1285
Armeniakoi, regiment 1256-1257, 1259
Armenian emperors, succession of Byzantine emperors (813-842) 1285
Ascalon, Battle at (1153) 1274
Asia Minor 1244, 1259, 1264, 1266, 12681269, 1272, 1274, 1277-1278, 1285
Asser (?-909), Welsh monk, teacher, counsellor and biographer of Alfred the Great 1193
Astronomia 1179
Astronomy 1178-1179, 1227
Asturias, kingdom of, (718-910) independent Christian kingdom on the Iberian peninsula 1225-1226, 1230, 1231, 1233-1234, 1234
Athelney (878), stronghold made by king Alfred 1193
Augustine, Saint (354-430), bishop of Hippo (North Africa) 1252
Austrasia, eastern Frankish kingdom in the Merovingian period (6th-8th centuries) 1161, 1285, 1287
Austria 1167
Autonomy 1168, 1183. 1187, 1190, 1226, 1233. 1236
Avar kingdom 1167
Avars 1167, 1244
Aya Sofia. See Hagia Sophia
Baghdad 1174, 1225, 1227-1228, 1250, 1288
Baldwin (Boudewijn), first count of Flanders (863-879) 1198
Baldwin of Bouillon, brother of Godfrey of Bouillon, first king of Jerusalem 1276, 1285-1286, 1274
Baldwin of Edessa. See Baldwin of Bouillon
Baldwin I of Constantinople (1172-1205), count of Flanders, a leader of the Fourth crusade 1276
Baldwin I (of Jerusalem) (71058-1118), king of the crusader state of Jerusalem (11001118) 1285
Baldwin II (of Jerusalem) (?-1131), king of Jerusalem (1118-1131) and crusade leader 1276, 1285
Baldwin III (1131-1162), king of Jerusalem (1143-1162) 1285
Balearic Islands 1230,1236,1242
Balkan Peninsula 1243
Balkans 1244, 1277
Bamberg Cathedral 1211
Baptism 1166, by the sword 1178
Barcelona 1167, 1230, 1233, 1236
Bari 1241-1242, 1268, 1270
Basil II Bulgaroctonus (Killer of Bulgars) (c.958-1025), Byzantine emperor (9631025) 1264-1265, 1266, 1285
Basil I the Macedonian (?-886), Byzantine emperor (867-886) 1260,1287
Basileus 1240, 1244-1248. 1250, 1254-1257, 1259, 1261-1264, 1266, 1268-1269, 1285
Basque 1167, 1172, 1225, 1236
Bavaria 1160, 1165, 1172, 1178, 1202, 1213. 1286, 1288
Bavarians 1162, 1167, 1202
Belisarius (c.505-565), Byzantine general 1239
Benedict VIII (?-1024), pope (1012-1024) 1214, 1241
Benedict IX (?-1055/1056), pope (1032-1045 and 1047-1048) 1215, 1286
Berbers 1226-1227
Berengar II (c.900-966), king of Italy (950952) 1206. 1285
Bermudo II. king of León 1237
Bernard of Clairvaux, St. (1090-1154), Cistercian monk who summoned the French for the Second Crusade in 1146 1272, 1273, 1285, 1288
Bishop of Rome 1164, 1166, 1206, 1222
Bishop of Bamberg 1215
Bishop 1164, 1166, 1179, 1199, 1200, 1206, 1213, 1215, 1222, 1227, 1236, 1252, 1274
Bishoprics 1160, 1204-1205, 1211, 1214, 1218, 1233
Bismarck Sea 1219
Black Sea 1264
Blessing of Constantine. See Donatio Consiantin¡
Blois 1186
Boethius (c.480-524). scholar, theologian, statesman and philosopher 1193
Bohemia 1213, 1286
Bohemund of Taranto (c.l050/1058-1111), one of the most important figures in the First Crusade 1270, 1276, 1285
Boleslav I (?-967), prince of Bohemia (929967) 1213
Bologna 1242
Boniface (7-754), priest and missionary murdered in 754 by the Frisians 1167, 1180
Bordeaux 1186
Boris I of Bulgaria (?-907). ruler of Bulgaria (852-889) 1264
Bosporus 1246-1247, 1272
Boudewijn of Bouillon. See Baldwin I of Jerusalem
Braga 1220

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