The War of Saint-Sardos (1323-1325): Gascon Correspondence, and Diplomatic Documents

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INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES
The numbers refer to pages. For French place-names, the following abbreviations have been used: arr. = arrondissement; cant. = canton; com. = commune; dép. = département.
Abbeville (Abville), dép. Somme, letters dated at, 189-90.
Abulensis episcopus, see Avila.
Acculeum, see Aiguillon.
Acmer, see Agmé
Agen (Agennum, Agent), dép. Lot-et-Garonne, 8, n.2, 16, 30, 49, 85, 137, 153, 156, 208, 261, 262, 264; captured by Charles de Valois, 50, 52, 104; letters from the consuls and university of, 47-8.
Agenais (Agenesse, Ageneys, etc.), 16, 50, n.1, 51, 82, 83, 106, 108, 125, n.1, 133, 148, 151, 153, 195, 211, 212, 259, 262, 263, 264; captured by Charles de Valois, 52; people of, -- letters and requests from, 26, 39-41, 43-5; -- references to, 46, 168, 171; seneschal of, -- for Charles IV, 162, and see Caret, Gérard; -- for Edward II, 39, 69, 84, and see Lercedekne, Thomas, Montguyon, Aicard de; treasurer of, see Pembridge, Walter of, Albinhon, Guillaume Raymond d'.
Agmé (Acmer), dép. Lot-et-Garonne, arr./cant. Marmande, 264.
Aiguillon (Acculeum, Agulho, Aguilloun, etc.), dép. Lot-et-Garonne, arr. Agen, cant. Port-Sainte-Marie, captured by Charles de Valois, 50, 52; lands in, 261, 263.
Ainas, see Hainault.
Airaines (Areynnes), dép. Somme, arr. Amiens, cant. Molliens-Vidame, Queen Isabella at, 267.
Aire (Ayre, Daire), dép. Landes, arr. Saint- Sever, 133; bishop of, 258.
Airmyn (Aermynne, Ayerminne, Derimine, etc.), Master William, envoy to France; -- as bishop elect of Carlisle, 198, 199- 201; -- as bishop of Norwich, 243, 277, n.1; -- as canon of York, 227, 251, 267, 268; one of the English commissioners in Guyenne, 266.
Akes, see Dax.
Alard, Stephen, interim admiral of the western fleet, 73.
Albia, Master Pierre de, 254.
Albinhon, Guillaume Raymond d', treasurer of Agenais, 272.
Albret (La Bryt, La Bryge, Le Bret, etc.), Aimeri d', 89; Amanieu, lord of, Charles IV's supporter, 5, 16, 22, 26, 39, 49, 50-2, 81, 88, 96, 128, 133, 155, 160, 190, n.2, 194, 221, 223, 230; Bérard or Bernard d', Edward II's supporter, son of Amanieu, 22, 63, 88, 92, 103, 148, 172, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 223, 229, 231, 232; -- letters from, 229-30.
Alemaigne, Alemayne, see Germany.
Alfonso X, king of Castile, alliance with Henry III, king of England, 140, 214-15.
Alfonso XI, king of Castile, 114, n.1, 135, n.3; proposed marriage to Eleanor, Edward II's daughter, 141, 214-16; proposed alliance with England, 98, 101, 127, 130, 140-2, 215-16; sister of, see Leonor; suggested as the overlord of Gascony, 118.
Almogávares (Mongaveres), 230.
Alta Riba, see Hauterive.
Altigiis, Amanieu and Odet de, lords of Fieux, 261.
Altis Vineis, see Hautes-Vignes.
Ambarès, Amauvin d', lord of Montferrand, captain of Saint-Émilion, 274.
Ambleny (Aumbleny), dėp. Aisne, arr. Soissons, cant. Vic-sur-Aisne, Queen Isabella at, 270.
Ambrus (Ambrusium), dép. Lot-et-Garonne, arr. Nérac, cant. Damazan, 261.
Amiens (Arabian', Amyas, etc.), dép. Somme, bailli of, 190; homage for Guyenne done at ( 1320), 239; the same to be done at, 42, 176, 178, 180, 188, n.1, 189, n.1, 205.
Anagresia, Pierre de, bailli of Toulouse, 133, n. 1.
Angers, dėp. Maine-et-Loire, Charles IV at, 1.
Angoulême (Dangulem), dép. Charente, county of, 68.
Anjou (Angowe), 68.
Annet-sur-Marne (Anet, Annet), dép. Seineet-Marne, arr. Meaux, cant. Claye- Souilly, Charles IV's marriage to Jeanne d'Évreux at, 189; letters dated at, 191.
Aquen', see Dax.
Aragon (Ragon, etc.), 87, 132; proposed

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