Women, Family, and Society in Medieval Europe: Historical Essays, 1978-1991

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INDEX
Abelard, Peter, 237
Acciaiuoli, Donato, 375 and n
Adriatic, sea, 280
Adrizen, M., 115 n
Aelred of Rievaulx, Cistercian, 150 and n, 238-239
Africa, 4
Agaësse, P., 123n
Agde, council of (506), 105
Agnes of Montepulciano, St., 240
Agnesina, wife of Paulus de Regio, 88
Agnolo di Tura, 177-178
Agrippina, niece of Claudius, 99
Ailly, Pierre d', 150
Albert the Great, St., 59, 68, 126
Alberti, family, 132, 315n, 321, 372; Bartolomea, 21; Caterina, 67; Giannozzo, 132, 194, 371-372, 374; Leon Battista, 14n, 21 and n, 132 and n, 194, 371 and n, 372
Albizzi, Rinaldo, 369
Alexander III, pope, 166
Alexander, R.A., 249n, 254 and n
Alpaix, St., 63, 64
Alphonso VIII?, king of Castile, 64
Alps, 281, 337
Altopascio, 298
Amasis, king of Egypt, 139
Ambrini, F., 18n
Ambrose of Milan, St., 100, 122
America, see United States
Andrea di Naddino, 185
Andrea, monna, 182
Angela of Foligno, St., 29 and n, 168
Anjou, 62
Anselm of Canterbury, St., 237
Anselmi, Anselmo di Palla di Bernardo, 363
Anselmi, G.M., 27n, 195n
Antella, parish of, 327
Anthony of Padua (or of Lisbon), St., 240, 346-347
Antonia, donna, 88
Antoninus, St., archbishop of Florence, 129, 334, 337, 345-346, 348
Appalachians, 383-384
Apennines, 336, 345
Apuleius, 115
Aragon, king of, 284
Ardres, Arnold d', 149n Aregund, Merovingian queen, 106, 164
Arezzo, 14n, 314n, 318
Arienti, Giovanni Sabadino degli, 19n, 29, 294
Ariès, P., 113n, 124n, 216, 218 and n
Ariosto, Ludovico, 292
Aristotle, 58-60, 137n, 189
Arizona, 384n
Armelina, widow, 87
Arnaldo or Adamo, Franciscan friar, 29
Arno, 9, 198
Arno, valley, 336
Arnold, K., 151 n
Asia, 4

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