Feudal Britain: The Completion of the Medieval Kingdoms, 1066-1314

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INDEX
Figures in italics refer to the pages of genealogical tables.
Aberconway, 356, 362; Treaty of ( 1277), 352, 353; see also Conway
Aberdeen, 233 and n, 234; Diocese of, 238
Aberdovey, Treaty of ( 1216), 218 Aberffraw, used in Llywelyn of Wales' style, 213, 219
Abergavenny, parliament of, 360
Abernethy (Perthshire), Treaty of ( 1072), 42, 70; monastery of, 137; lay abbots and lords of, 233
Aberystwyth (Llanbadarn), 351, 352, 355, 366, 367; castle built at, 217
Acre ( Palestine), 183, 284
Ada, Countess of Holland, 390 n, 420
Ada, daughter of Earl David of Huntingdon, 391, 420
Adelaide, Queen of England, 108 and n
Adrian IV, Pope, 171]
Advowson, the right to present to an ecclesiastical benefice, 56, 151, 155, 160, 295
Aethelmaer, Bishop of Elmham, 57
Aethelric, Bishop of Selsey, 57
Aethelwold, Bishop of Winchester, 56
Agenais, 274
Agnellus of Pisa, Franciscan, 324
Agriculture, in England, 19-21, 92-7, 330-41; in Scotland, 226-28; in Wales, 210-11
Ailred (St.), Abbot of Rievaulx (d. 1167), 106, 134, 144
Alan, Earl of Richmond, 120
Alan Fergant, Count of Brittany, 117
Alan of Dol, 117
Alan Roland's son, Lord of Galloway (d. 1234), 248, 391, 420
Albigensian heresy, 190 and n, 315, 323
Alengon, 189
Alexander I, King of Scots ( 1107-24), 132, 134, 135, 139, 420
Alexander II, King of Scots ( 1214- 49), 209, 242, 243 n, 386, 391, 419, 420; dies in Argyll, 248
Alexander III, King of Scots ( 1249-86), 235, 242, 249, 387, 419, 420; annexes
Hebrides, 250-1; his homage to Edward I, 386; his death, 252; his son Alexander, 420
Alexander III, Pope, 151, 155, 169 237-8, 312
Alexander IV, Pope, 267, 275
Alfonso X, King of Castile ( 1252-84), 288-9
Alfonso, son of Edward I, 358, 419
Alice, daughter of Louis VII, King of France, 176
Alnwick, 174
Alphonse, Count of Poitou (d. 1271), 264, 274, 371
Amicia, Countess of Hertford, 216
Amiens, cathedral of, 284; Mise of, 277; treaty of ( 1279), 370
Andely (Normandy), 185
Angers, 166
Anglesey, Isle of, 210, 351, 356, 358
Angoulême, 167
Angus, 398
Angus, mormaer of Moray (d. 1130), 141
Anjou, 74, 166, 174, 274; Counts of, see Geoffrey, Henry II
Anselm (St.), of Aosta, Abbot of Bec,
Archbishop of Canterbury ( 1093- 1109), 71, 72, 111-12
Antwerp, 374
Appin (Argyllshire), 137 n
Appin, jurisdiction of Celtic abbot, 137
Appleby, 174
Applecross, 233
Aquinas (St.) Thomas, Dominican philosopher, 14, 329
Aquitaine, Duchy of, 167, 185, 186, 187, 369, 370, 373; under Henry III, 263-6, 274; Duchess of, see Eleanor; dukes of, see Richard, Edward I; see also Gascony
Aragon, 190, 284
Arbroath (Angus), Tironian abbey of, 240
Arbuthnott (Mearns), 228-9
Architecture: ecclesiastical, 284, 346- 8; secular, 366-7; see also Castle
Argyll, 132, 253, 406; diocese of, 238
Aristotle, influence of, 241, 329
Arlette of Falaise, 30 n
Arques (Normandy), 189
Arsuf, battle of, 183

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