Artisans of Glory: Writers and Historical Thought in Seventeenth-Century France

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Index
Abelard, Peter, 138, 303n
Ablancourt, Nicolas Perrot d', 144n, 146, 191-93, 255, 269, 339
Abrégés, 146
Absolutism, 45, 234, 248, 281, 282
Academies, 41, 146, 163; French Academy, 30, 52, 118, 146, 152- 53, 157-59, 164, 176, 181, 191, 196, 198, 202-4, 209, 217, 222-25, 229- 30, 237n, 238-39, 240-44, 250n, 252n, 253, 294-95, 300, 311-12, 334, 336; petite académie (Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres), 261-64, 268, 279
Achilles, 89, 304
Aeschylus, 312
Africa, North, 89
Ahmed I, 216
Aiguillon, Marie de Vignerod d', 193n
Albigensians, 8
Alciato, Andrea, 85, 178
Alcibiades, 284
Alcuin, 54
Alembert, Jean d', 334-36
Alexander the Great, 17-19, 21, 42, 43, 46, 47, 79, 81, 89, 93, 114-15, 133, 255-59, 262, 265, 269, 276, 279-80, 284-85, 296, 303, 314, 329, 336-37, 339
Aligre, Pierre, 106
Alphonso of Spain, 89n
Alps, 218
Amelot family, 106
Ammirato, Scipione, 181
Amsterdam, 221
Amyot, Jacques, 85, 257
Ancients and Moderns, quarrel of, 21, 29, 66, 146, 163n, 283, 295, 296, 302-3, 326
Anglicans, 319
Anglophobia, 220
Annat, François, 324, 328-29
Anne of Austria, 122, 157, 177n, 208, 209, 212n, 213n, 234, 328, 329
Antiquity, 3, 11, 14, 18, 21, 28, 29, 32, 42-44, 46, 56, 62, 66, 68, 85, 95, 110, 117, 127-28, 132, 145, 155, 173, 175-76, 178-80, 187, 196, 250, 253, 255, 259n, 280-81, 283, 285, 291, 296, 303, 313-15, 326, 331, 339
Apollo, 154
Apollonius, 87
Appel comme d'abus, 328
Ariès, Philippe, 5
Aristotle, 31n, 42, 43, 48, 80, 86, 143, 269
Armagnac, Cardinal d', 71, 164
Arms, coats of, 4, 205
Arnauld, Angélique, 318, 321-22
Arnauld, Antoine,282n, 318, 322-29
Arnauld family, 321-22
Ars historica, 3, 14, 17-21, 25, 46, 78, 90, 95, 119, 132, 146, 172n, 178, 180-81, 298, 303, 312-15, 324, 330, 331
Artisan, 22, 133
Artus, Thomas, 212
Asia Minor, 89
Asserac, Jean-Emmanuel de Rieux d', 201
Astrology, 127-28, 211, 233, 258
Atheism, 201
Athenodorus, 42
Athens, 80
Atticus, 286
Aubery, Antoine, 294
Aubespine de Châteauneuf family, 106
Aubigné, Agrippa d', 140n, 325n
Aumale, Charles d', 212 Aumont family, 106
Auvry, Claude, 167, 226-27
Avenel, M., 112
Bacon, Francis, 143, 144
Baluze, Etienne, 9, 25, 56
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez de, 39, 152-57, 168, 187, 237, 242n
Baron, Hans, 21
Bartolism, 237
Basel, 282

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