The Later Crusades, 1274-1580: From Lyons to Alcazar

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INDEX
The following abbreviations are used:
A. Archbishop [of] K. King [of]
B. Bishop [of] Kdom Kingdom [of]
C. Count [of] M. Master [of]
D. Duke [of] P. Pope
E. Emir [of] Pr. Prince [of]
Emp. Emperor [of] Q. Queen [of]
GM. Grand Master [of] S. Sultan [of]
GP. Grand Prince [of]
All personal names are listed under Christian names. Entries are given letter by letter.
Abaqa, Ilkhan15-16, 180
Abbas I, Shah of Iran146
Abbasids, dynasty 20
Abd al-Malik, S. Morocco144-5
Abo, castle334
Abu al-Hasan, S. Morocco279-80
Abu l-Fida17
Abu-l-Hasan, E. Granada298-9
Abu Malik279
Abu Yusuf Ya'qub, S. Morocco276
Acciaiuoli, family 166-7, 170, 172
see also individual members of family
Achaea, Principality of 50-1, 54, 70, 151-5, 157-62, 164-72, 176, 187, 216, 223
Acre 5, 10-12, 15-17, 22-4, 36, 99, 178, 184, 205, 207-8, 326-7, 384
Adalia 39, 42, 67, 110, 182, 192-3, 222, 226
Adam Houghton, B. St David's451
Adam of Cafran 17
Adam of Usk 81
Adana179
Aden, Gulf of 121
Adramyttion, Gulf of 58
Adrian VI, P.316
Adrianople 63, 69, 82, 86-7, 95, 98, 122, 140, 143, 161
Adriatic Sea 52, 109, 115, 133, 139, 147, 151, 159, 176, 385
Aegean Sea 3, 28, 34, 36, 39, 50, 56-8, 61, 63, 70, 104, 110, 116, 151-2, 158, 168, 175, 216
Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini, see Pius II Africa288, 304, 306-10, 312, 390, 402
see also Algeria; Egypt; Maghrib; Morocco; North Africa; Sudan; Tunisia; West Africa
Agincourt, battle of 451
Agosta 136
Ahmed, Ottoman pretender 120
Ahmedi, Ottoman historian 96
Ahmed Pasha122
Aigues Mortes108
Aimery, K. Cyprus182-4
Aimery of Lusignan 189
Aimon of Rans 166
Ain Jalut, battle of 9, 179
Akcay80
Akdere, battle of 111
Akkar, castle 205
Akkerman113, 370
Ak-Koyunlu110
Akova, castle 168
Ala ed-Din II, Seljukid S.64, 96
al-Ashraf Inal, Mamluk S.43
al-Ashraf Khalil, Mamluk S.16-17, 19, 21
al-Ashraf Musa, Ayyubid S.9
al-Ashraf Shaban, Mamluk S.21
Alauddin Ali Bey 80
Alaya223
Alba, Duke of 434

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