The Muslims of Medieval Italy

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Index
al-‘Abbās ibn al-Faḍl (Aghlabid amīr d. 861), 14, 25
Abbasid dynasty, 8–9, 21, 40–1, 45, 47, 92, 218
‘Abd al-Mu’min (Almohad caliph d. 1163), 100, 160, 165–6, 172, 174–5, 202
Abd al-Raḥmān al-Buthīrī (poet), 245
Abd al-Raḥmān al-Nāṣranī see Christódoulos
Abd al-Raḥmān III al-Nāṣir (Spanish Umayyad caliph d. 961), 48, 60, 74
Abd al-Raḥmān al-Ṣūfī (astronomer d. 986), 257
Abruzzo (region, Italy), 124, 160, 172, 285
Abū Fihr (Aghlabid amīr of Sicily), 47
Abū l-Abbās Abd Allāh, 30, 31
Abū l-Ḍaw’ (Sirāj b. Aḥmad b. Rajā’), 129–30
Abū l-Futūḥ Yūsuf (Kalbid amīr of Sicily 990–98), 64–5, 72, 77, 196
Abū l-ḥasan al-Furriyānī (jurist in Sfax), 175
Abū l-Jaysh Mujāhid al-Āmirīsee Mujāhid
Abū l-Qāsim (Muḥammad ibn Ḥammūd ibn Ḥajar, leader of Sicilian Muslims c1160–post 1185)
and al-Ḥarawī, 218–220
and Ibn Jubayr, 220–1
genealogy of, 216, 217–19
leadership of Sicilian Muslims, 215–21
opposition to Stephen of Perche, 205
Abū l-Qāsim al-Kalbī (amīr of Sicily 970–82), 58, 72
Abū l-Qāsim al-Ṭrazī (qāḍī and muḥtasib), 45; see also Calatrasi
Abū l-Ṣalt Umayya (scholar and chronicler), 129
Abū l-Thawr (Aghlabid army commander), 28
Abū Yazīd (Berber rebel in Ifrīqiya), 53
Aci (CT), 51, 56, 118
Acre (Israel), 241
Adalbert II ‘the rich’, (duke of Tuscany d. 915), 40
Adelaide (regent of Sicily 1101–12, d. 1118)
and ‘Lombards’, 122
and Count Roger II, 124
and emigration of Muslims, 122–3
grants of, 107, 121–2
helper of the Christian faith’, 148, 239
marriage to Baldwin of Jerusalem, 95
Adelard of Bath (translator), 259
Adrian IV (pope 1154–9), 173
Adriatic Sea, 5, 19, 20
adscriptitii see ‘villeins’
Afāriqa (Latin-speaking Africans), 74
al-Afḍal bin Badr al-Jamālī (Fatimid wazīr d. 1121), 123
Agrigento (AG)
bishopric of, 5, 114
civil war period, 84, 95, 98
in Muslim revolts (from 1189), 280, 281
in Norman conquest, 97, 100, 113
Muslim conquest of, 12
revolt under Aghlabids, 25
revolt under Fatimids, 46, 49–50
settlement in and around, 30, 49–50, 96;
see also Gentile, bishop of Agrigento
ahl al-jarā’id see ‘villeins’
Aḥmad b. al-Ḥasan Abū l-Ḥusayn (Kalbid amīr of Sicily d. 969/70), 54, 56, 58
Aḥmad b. Abī l-Qāsim al-Rummānī, (shaykh from western Sicily), 284
Aḥmad b. al-Aghlab see ‘al-Ḥabāshī’
Aidone (EN), 122
al-Akḥal (Kalbid amīr d. 1036), 77, 79–83
alāmāt (Arabic mottoes), 196
Alcherius (archbishop of Palermo), 114, 118
Aleramici clan, 122
Alexander III (pope 1159–81), 181, 203, 204, 213
Alexander IV (pope 1254–61), 292

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