The Problem of Sovereignty in the Later Middle Ages: The Papal Monarchy with Augustinus Triumphus and the Publicists

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INDEX
Aaron, 395, 538 n. 3, 539
Abel, 538 n. 3, 539, 540
Abelard, Peter, 18, 407 n. 1
Abraham, 538, 539
Acre, 429 n. 1
Adam, 32, 539, 540
Adam of Woodhouse, 235 n. 4
Adolf of Nassau, 198f.
Adrian I, pope, 546 n. 1
Adrian IV, pope, 281 n. 1, 356 n. 3
Aegidius Romanus, 3, 4, 10, 469 n. 1, 548; bishops, 375 n. 2, 378 n. 3, 381 n. 1, 385 n. 1, 390 n. 1, 391 n. 1, 395 n. 1; cardinals, 464 n. 1, 468 n. 5; civis and fidelis,139 n. 2; doctors, 508 n. 2.
Ecclesia,20 (seamless garment)l 25 n. 3, 505 (undying); 29 n. 1 (corporations); 48 n. 1 (order of beauty); 48 n. 1, 414(respublica);48 n. 2 (as heaven); 51 n. 1 ( Noah's Ark); 63 n. 3 (machina);419 n. 3 (mundus); 505 n. 2, 509 nn. 1, 3 (casual power of members) 509 n. 2 (acephala)
inequality, 59 n. 3; iustitia,60 n. 2; kingship, 201f. 213 nn. 1, 2, 214, 218 n. 1, 224 n. 4, 441 n. 3; law, 204 n. 1; lex animata,162 n. 2, 213 n. 1; lay power, 123 n. 3, 238, 261 n. 1, 265 n. 2, 269 nn. 1, 2, 292 n. 2, 315 n. 1, 425 n. 3, 441 n. 3; microcosm, 31 n. 4; natural order, 124 nn. 1, 2, 3, 127 n. 1; oaths, 425 n. 1; ordering of ends, 126 nn. 2, 3; pagans, 414; part and whole, 139 n. 3; Petrine commission, 40 n. 3, 532, 533 n. 1
pope, 33 n. 2, 356 n. 2 (=Ecclesia); 36 (common law); 62(artifex);67 n. 2, 169 n. 4, 265 n. 2, 394 n. 1, 471 (plenitude of power); 123 n. 3, 315 n. 1 (and emperor); 131 n. 1, 307f., 362 n. 2 (nature of power); 151 n. 1 (army analogy); 154 n. 1 (rules by will); 161 n. 2 (obedience for salvation); 167 n. 2 (=God); 170 n. 3 (possesses all); 261 n. 2, 265 n. 2, 271 n. 1 (two swords); 264 n. 2 (judge of all); 295, 313 nn. 1, 2, 4, 315 n. 2 (casual power); 343 n. 2, 497 n. 2 (resignation); 358 n. 4 (and purgatory); 362 n. 2, 493 n. 2 (office and man); 365 n. 1 (sanctus);366 n. 1 (and indulgences); 369, 371 n. 3, 372 n. 1 (equality to Christ); 372 n. 1 (and sacraments); 374 (all popes one); 385 n. 1 (and bishops); 390 n. 1 (power from confirmation); 391 n. 3, 392, 393 n. 1, 397 n. 3 (as bishop); 401 n. 3 (ruler urbis et orbis);419 n. 3, 532 n. 4 (all subject to); 471 n. 1 (cannot bind successor); 471 (immunity); 497 n. 2, 503 n. 2 (selfdeposed)
potestas iurisdictionis and potestae ordinis,378 n. 1, 391 n. 3, 394 n. 1; power of keys, 33 n. 2; priesthood 53 n. 3, 539 n. 4; public good, 218 n. 3; social contract, 95 n. 1; spiritual treasury, 181 n. 2; translatio imperii,547 n. 1; tyranny, 224 n. 4, 472 n. 3
Aegidius Spiritalis, 7n. 3, 548; bishops, 341 n. 1; Christ chose Rome, 396 n. 5; Decretists, 306 n. 1; Donation of Constantine, 543 n. 1; Ecclesia,49 n. 3, 417 n. 2; pagans, 419 n. 2; pope, 152 n. 1, 154 n. 1, 260, 341 n. 1, 419 n. 2 (plenitude of power); 158 n. 1 (army analogy); 168 n. 4 (admirabilis);170 n. 1 (nihil excipit);173 n. 2 (cur ita

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