Chapters in Western Civilization - Vol. 1

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INDEX
Abelard, Pierre, 82
Academies Scientific, 538 f.
Acciaiuoli, Donato, 308
Adelard of Bath, 77
Adolph of Holstein, 153
Adrianople, battle, 44
Africa, European incursions, 253
Agnosticism, 553
Agricola, Georg, 258
Ainsworth, Henry, 460
Aix-la-Chapelle, Treaty of, 419
Alais, peace of, 404
Alberti, Leon Battista, 311, 318, 322, 326
Albert of Hohenzollern, 346
Albertus Magnus, 84
Albigenses (Cathari), 54 f., 338
Alchemy, 76
Alembert, Jean le Road d', 555
Alexander III, pope, 59
Allen, J. W., 464
Ambrose of Milan, 42
American Revolution, 566 f
Ammianus Marcellinus, 3
Amsterdan, Holland, revolution, 422
Anabaptism, 363 ff.
Anglo-Saxons, conversion of, 44
Anne of Austria, queen of France, 405 f.
Anouilh, Jean, 11
Anselm, 568
Apollonius, 504
Arabic, translations from or into, 74, 77 ff
Arabs, extension of learning, 73 ff.
Architecture, and classicism, 8 f., 28
Arciniegas, Germán, 283
Arethas of Caesarea, 14
Arianism, 36 f.
Aristarchus of Samos, 71, 496
Aristotelianism, and Neoplatonism, 75 f.
Aristotle, 69 ff., 73 ff., 329, 496; on democratic state, 31; translations of, 78, 297 f.; study of, 301 f.; commentaries on, 308 f.
Army, modern, genesis of, 121; standing, rise of, 381 ff., 411 f.; changes in structure, 428 ff.
Arnold of Brescia, 53
Assemblies, representative, 195 ff., 219 f.
Astrology, belief in, 324 f.
Astronomy, 71 f., 495 ff.
Atheism, 553 f.
Athens, Greece, captured, 426
Aubrey, John, 458
Audenarde, battle, 434
Augsburg: Diet of, 359; Peace of, 281, 368; League of, 428, 533
Augustine, 37 ff., 305
Averroës, 84
Avignon, papal seat, 135, 195, 202, 340
Babylonia, science, 66 f.
Bacon, Francis, 443, 512, 523, 542
Bacon, Roger, 86, 492
Balance of power, 211, 418; Italy, 276; European, 415 f.
Banking, rise of, 164, 269
Bank of England, 429 f.
Barbaro, Ermolao, 302, 308
Barbaro, Francesco, De re uxoria, 318
Barker, Arthur E., 461
Baron, Hans, 293, 298, 313 f.
Basel, council, 60, 135, 195
Battle of the Books, 1
Baud'huin, Fernand, 286 f.
Bayle, Pierre, 544 f., 554, 556, 573 f.
Beccaria, Cesare Bonesana, marchese di, 565 f.
Becker, Carl, 577 f.

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