The Beginnings of Modern Europe (1250-1450)

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INDEX
Adolf of Nassau, emperor, 76-78
" Africa," the, of Petrarch, 470-471
Agincourt, battle of ( 1415), 295297
Agricola, Rudolf, teacher at Heidelberg, 511
Aiguillon, English besieged at, 264
Albert I of Austria, emperor, 76, 77-81
Albert II of Austria, emperor, 346, 356
Albert III, duke of Austria, defeated by the Swiss at Näfels, 184
Alberti, Leon Battista, universal genius, 501-502
Albizzi, noble family at Florence, 369, 371
Albizzi, Rinaldo degli, leader of the aristocratic party at Florence, 369
Albornoz, Cardinal, successful administration of, at Rome, 147-148, 234-235, 436-443; renders account of his stewardship, 440
Alexander V, pope, 163, 317, 318, 428
Alexander VI ( Rodrigo Borgia), pope, 415, 433, 455
Alfonso III (the Magnificent), king of Aragon, 422-423
Alfonso X (the Wise), king of Castile, claimant to the imperial throne, 57, 61, 63, 66
Alfonso I (V of Aragon, "the Magnanimous"), king of Naples, 357, 398, 399, 412, 429-431; ideal type of the Renaissance prince, 431; death of, 432
Alfonso II, king of Naples, 433, 452; abdicates, 456
Altopascio, Florentines defeated at, 362
Amidei, Ghibelline family at Florence, 222
Anagni, attack on Boniface VIII at, 120-121, 123
Andreas of Hungary, consort of Joanna I of Naples, 425-426, 427
Andronicus, pretender at Constantinople, 392 Anjou, house of, rules southern Italy, 233-234, 419-425
"Annates," papal tax, 132
Anne of Brittany, 450
Anziani (board of elders), at Florence, 236
"Apanages," 34-35
Appiano, Gherardo d', tyrant of Pisa, 366
Aragon, crusade preached against, 420; claims of Charles of Valois upon, 422
Archers, in the naval battle at Sluys, 261, 262; at Crécy, 266; in the siege of Calais, 268; at Poitiers, 275; at Agincourt, 296; the "Free
Archers" of Charles VII, 308
Armagnac, Bernard of, 291, 297
Armagnacs, French faction, 291292, 297, 298
Arras, Treaty of ( 1435), 305
Artavelde, Jacques van, Flemish leader, 205-206, 258, 278
Artavelde, Philip van, Flemish leader, 206-207
Asti, dower of Valentina Visconti, 406
Athens, western students at, 491
Athis, Treaty of ( 1305), 204
Augustine, influence of, on Petrarch, 475, 476
Aurai, battle of, 282
"Austrian Policy," the, 81
Avignon, the Papacy at, 127-163

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents xiii
  • LIST OF MAPS xiv
  • The Beginnings of Modern Europe 1
  • Chapter II- The New Empire 47
  • Chapter III- (1300-1409) 106
  • Chapter IV- The Rise of a Middle Class 164
  • Chapter V- The Italian Republics to 1300 215
  • Chapter VI- The Hundred Years'' War 252
  • Chapter VII- The Age of the Councils 311
  • Chapter VIII- The Age of the Despots in Italy 358
  • Chapter IX- The Renaissance in Italy 461
  • Chapter X- The Northern Renaissance 509
  • Index 535
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