An Introduction to the Study of the Middle Ages (375-814)

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INDEX.
Abderrahman, Arab commander at Tours, 127.
Abodriti, Slav allies of Franks, 209.
Adolf, king of the Visigoths, 33.
Adrianople, battle of, 10, 27.
Atius, Roman general at the battle of Chlons, 43.
Aistulf, king of Lombards, captures Ravenna, and lays siege to Rome, 165; raises the siege, 166; second siege, 167; besieged in Pavia, surrenders to Pippin, 168; his character, 172.
Alani, the, 35.
Alaric, king of the Visigoths, 28; captures Rome, 31; plans for future conquest, and death, 32.
Alboin, king of Lombards, 58.
Alcuin, 229.
Alemanni, 24; subdued by Franks, 64; definitely conquered, 69.
Alemannia, in revolt against the sons of Martel, 159.
"Allodial" property, 240.
Amali, royal race of the Ostrogoths, 53.
Ammianus Marcellinus, Roman historian, 22.
Angilbert, Frankish poet, 230.
Anglo-Saxons, land in England, 111; converted to Roman Christianity, 110-113.
Annals, their beginnings, 60; specimens, 61-62.
Apollinaris Sidonius, Latin poet in Gaul, 41.
Aquileia, taken by Attila, 45.
Aquitaine, revolt against the sons of Martel, 158; reduction by Pippin, 174; administrative measures, 175.
Arcadius, Eastern emperor, 29, 49.
Arian-Athanasian controversy, 100.
Arius, Egyptian presbyter, 99.
Arles (Arelatum), Frankish reverse at, 67.
Aryan race, 1; its branches, 2; proof of unity, 3.
Assemblies of the Franks, 153-157, 221.
Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, 99.
Attila, king of the Huns, 42; defeated at Chlons, 44; interview with Pope Leo I., 46; death, 47.
Augustine, missionary to England, 112.
Augustinus, Aurelius, Bishop of Hippo, writes the "City of God,"32.
Augustus Imperator,7.
Aurelian, emperor, gives up Dacia to the Visigoths, 25.
Austrasia, east kingdom of Franks, 70.
Autharis, king of Lombards, 58.
Avars, land and people; repulsed by Bavarians, 210; conquered by Charlemagne, 211.
Avitus, Western emperor, 50.
Basil, Saint, order of, 136.
Bavaria, revolt against Pippin, 159; population and government, 205; conquered by Charlemagne, 205- 209.
Bavarians, 24.

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