Reason of State, Propaganda, and the Thirty Years' War: An Unknown Translation by Thomas Hobbes ; Noel Malcolm

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Index
Abbas I, Shah of Persia 159–60
Acton, Lord 62
Ad aphorismos tres priores 59–60
Admonitio ad Ludovicem XIII 32
Aglionby, George 86
Agrippa, Marcus Vipsanius 111
Albert V, Duke of Bavaria 157
Alsace 172
Altera secretissima instructio 1, 44–60, 61–73, 81–2, 105–9
see also Hobbes, Thomas, translations
Alvinczi, Péter 41–3
works: Machiavellizatio 41–2
Amersham 67
Ammianus Marcellinus 3, 113
Ammirato, Scipione 100, 110, 117
Am Rhyn, Walter 192–3
Andrews, Richard 10, 14
Anhalt-Bernburg, Christian of 31
Anstruther, Sir Robert 156
Antiochus I I I, King of Syria 152–3
Antwerp 38
Aristophanes 5
Aubrey, John 2, 5, 8–9
Augsburg 36, 46
Augustus, Emperor 111
Aulus Gellius 3
Austria 128–9, 168–9, 174, 191
Ayton, Sir Robert 84
Babylon: see Baghdad
Bacon, Francis, Baron Verulam, Viscount St Alban 4, 6, 7, 8, 61, 102
works: Advancement of Learning 9–10; ‘Aphorismi de jure gentium’ 7; Considerations 83; Essayes 4, 9, 102; Sermones fidele 9–10; ‘Short View’ 83
Baden-Durlach, Margave Georg Friedrich of 47, 126–7, 144–5, 194–5
Bagg, Sir James 79
Baghdad 54–5, 160, 164–5
Balásfi, Tamás 42
Balle, John 67–9
Basel 194–5
de Bassompierre, François 146–7, 192
Bates, Rev. Henry 14
Bavaria 49, 52, 142–3, 170, 174, 176–7, 178–9
Becker, Hermann 58
Berck, Johan 168–9
Bern 194–5
Besold, Christoph 36
Bethlen, Gábor 37, 39, 40, 41–3, 44, 47, 54, 58, 126–7, 130–1, 158–9, 160–5, 167, 187, 190–1
Biondi, Giovanni Francesco 33, 80
Black Sea 160, 164–5
Boccalini, Traiano 34, 100, 110
Bodin, Jean 93, 97, 103, 110
Bohemia 37, 44, 76, 77, 128–30, 162–3, 182–3
Bohemiae regnum electivum 77
Bornemisza, Ferenc 54, 162–3
Botero, Giovanni 4, 92–3, 94, 95, 97, 99, 100, 103, 105, 106, 109, 111, 116, 117
Bouillon, Henri de la Tour, duc de 146–7
Bourbon, Marie de, duchesse de Montpensier 143
Brandenburg 47, 158–9
Braunschweig-Wolfenbu¨ttel, Christian of 126–7, 156–7
Breda 126–7, 142
Bremen 107, 154–5
Brussels 52–3, 57, 151
Buckingham, Duke of: see Villiers
Buda 163
Burlamachi, Philip 137
Bushell, Thomas 8
Butter, Nathaniel 67–71
Cadiz 126–7
Caesar, Julius 5
Calvert, Sir George 70
Cambridge University
Christ’s College 84

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