Agriculture in the Middle Ages: Technology, Practice, and Representation

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Index
Actus Pontificum Cenomannis, 291, 296, 298
Adalard of Corbie, 32
Adam, 6, 12-13, 247-73, 286, 310, 340
Adam of Bremen, 118
adultery, 194, 197
Aelfric (abbot of Eynsham), Colloquy, 257;
Pentateuch, 250, 257, 270
Agobard (bishop of Lyons), 9, 111-14, 188, 123, 126-28
agricultural crisis ( fourteenth century), 4, 76-79, 94-96, 228-38
agricultural revolution (Islamic), 8, 62-64, 71-72, 338
agricultural tools. See tools
agricultural treatises, 29, 31, 33, 257
agricultural, demesne cultivation, 2, 30, 81-90, 91; diffusion of technology, 8-9, 23-29, 62-72; in England, 76-96, 229- 34; in France, 119-22, 290-91, 296-97; in Germany, 138-56; in Sicily, 63-66, 69-70; in Spain, 62-66, 69; mixed farming, 67- 68, 70; productivity, 63, 77-81, 90, 93, 257; transmission of Roman knowledge, 7-8, 21-22, 31-34. See also common lands; crop yields; cropping systems
Al-BakrĪ, 63
Alamanni, 21, 24
Alcuin, 114
Alexander IV (pope), 298
Alexander of Hales, 265
Aloul, 197
Alps, 22, 23, 28, 80
Alsace, 181
Angers cathedral, 297
Anglo-Saxons, 250, 258
animal husbandry, 3, 5, 8, 9, 28, 41-58, 85-88, 93, 262, 338. See also cattle; horses; oxen; pigs; sheep; goats
animals, draft, 55-56, 85-86, 339-40. See also horses; oxen
Annalistes, 5
Anselm ( archbishop of Canterbury), 262
Appleby, Andrew B., 94
Arabs, 62, 65, 66, 70. See also agricultural revolution (Islamic)
archaeology, 2, 6, 7, 23, 41, 164
ard (scratch) plough. See ploughs
aristocracy. See nobility
Aristotle, 332
Arno ( bishop of Salzburg), 114
Arnold, David, 232, 233, 236
Arras, 206, 216, 220
artisans, 5, 30, 31, 94, 229, 236, 265, 277
artists, 12, 249, 250, 270, 319, 340
Ashburnham Pentateuch, 286
asses, 50-51
Aucassin et Nicolette, 195
Auxerre, 208
Avars, 45, 51
Baghdad, 66
Bailey, Mark, 92, 93
Ball, John, 265, 270, 324 ban, 152
Bannockburn, 94
barley, 84, 93, 228, 229, 254
barns, 28
Bavaria, 117
beans. See legumes
Beauce, 285, 298
Becerro (Castilian survey), 2
Bede, the Venerable, 116
Bedfordshire, 91, 95
bellatores. See orders (of society)
Benedict (saint), rule of, 6, 31-32
Berbers, 69
Besant de Dieu, 194
Bible Picture Book, 270
Biddick, Kathleen, 90, 91
billhooks (serpes), 278, 293-94, 295
Black Death. See plague
blacksmiths, 30, 152, 156, 254

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