The History of Medieval Europe

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INDEX
The more important passages are indicated by heavy type. Semi-colons denote a change of subject
Aachen, 88, 209, 212-13, 271, 398
Aargau, 542
Abacus, 375
Abano, see Peter of
Abbas, 180
Abbassid dynasty, 180, 184, 198, 309, 549
Abbot, 161-63, 264, 361, 481, 484, 534; and see Monasticism
Abd-er-Rahman I, 180
Abd-er-Rahman III, 180, 188-89
Abel97
Abelard, 379-83, 396
Absolution, papal, 297; and see Indulgences
Absolutism, 28-30, 70, 131, 187, 199, 209, 459, 469, 490, 572, chap. xxxiii
Abu-Bekr, 180
Abyssinia, 138, 174, 393, 609
Academic degrees, 378, 389
Academic dress, 392
Academy of Plato, 380
Accolade, 252
Acre, 321-23
Adam, 3
Adam of Bremen, 376
Adelard of Bath, 383-84, 388
Adige River, 342
Administration, Roman, 27, 70-71, 256; survives barbarian invasions, 86, 117, 121, 154: influences ecclesiastical organization, 114-15; Byzantine, 131, 135; reformed by Justinian, 140-41; Frankish, 203, 205, 256; Flemish municipal, 365; university, 391; papal, 434; of Frederick II in Sicily, 469-70; Anglo- Norman, 474; Capetian, 491-92, 507-10, 519; in German principalities, 615; Spanish, 631
Admiralty, courts of, 336
Adolf of Nassau, 538, 541
Adrianople, battle of, 75-76, 80, 88; taken by Turks, 556
Adriatic Sea, 12, 17, 53, 80, 118, 226, 308, 314, 341-43, 345, 353, 442, 583
Advowson, 282
Ægean Sea, 17, 19, 21, 26; 34, 54, 229, 465, 553-54
Ægidius, 88
Æneas, 97, 407
Æneas Sylvius, see Pope Pius II
Æneid, 412
Æschylus, 21, 24, 65
Æthiopia, 138
Æthiopic, 407
Aëtius, 83-86, 88
Africa, 19, 40, 114, 188-90, 633; circumnavigation of, 15, 394-95, 608- 11; trade with central, 20, 34, 184
Africa, North, 10, 14, 19-20, 23; Roman, 33-36, 39, 66, 68, 75, 79-81, 83, 86; Christian, 95-96, 111; Vandal, chap. vii, 128; Byzantine, 135- 39, 150, 155, 157; Mohammedan, 178, 180, 182, 188, 190, 209, 216, 226, 229, 298, 302, 313, 328, 357, 376, 633
Africa, of Petrarch, 588
Agesilaus, 21
Agincourt, battle of, 526
Agriculture, Roman, 36-37, monastic, 162-63; Scandinavian, 217; manorial, 233-37; of Slavs, 305; medieval, 320, 327, 336, 358, 362. 364, 367-68, 486, 515-16, 631
Aidan, 166
Aimeri, Viscount of Thouars, 508
Aistulf, King of the Lombards, 196- 97
Aix-la-Chapelle, see Aachen
Alamanni, 75, 79, 88-90, 119, 122, 136, 166-67, 194, 213
Alamannia, 212; and see Suabia
Alaini, 75-77, 79, 81, 91, 117
Alaric I, King of the West Goths, 79- 82, 92, 95, 112, 115, 122, 291
Alaric II, 122
Alava, 304
Alba, 404
Albania, 151, 554
Albert the Bear, Margrave of Brandenburg, 305
Albert I, of Austria, Holy Roman Emperor, 538
Albert II, 540, 571
Alberti, Leon Battista, 599
Albertus Magnus, 385-86, 451
Albi, 442

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