French Chivalry: Chivalric Ideas and Practices in Mediaeval France

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INDEX
adultery, 97-9, 104, 127, 136-7, 142-4, 158.
Aeneas, 133.
Agincourt, battle of, 18, 23, 60, 62.
Alexander, 108-9, 126-7, 131.
Amas et Ydoine, 133.
Amis et Amiles, 107-8.
Andrew the Chaplain, 115, 117- 124, 127, 130, 150, 158, 161, 164-5.
--, De amore, 115, 117-123, 150, 159, 165.
Anecdotes historiques d'Etienne de Bourbon, 32, 101.
Anglade, Joseph, Anthologie des troubadours, 32, 35, 98, 113.
Anjou, counts of
Charles, 139.
Geoffrey, 44.
Aquinas, St. Thomas, see St. Thomas Aquinas.
Aquitaine, duchess of, Eleanor, 123-4, 143.
Aquitaine, duke of, William IX, 111, 123.
--, --, --, Chansons, 111.
Aucassin et Nicolette, 163-4.
baillis, 16.
Bar-le-duc, count of, Thibaut, 139.
Basset, Reginald, 145.
Beaumanoir, Philippe de, Coutumes: de Beauvaisis, 99.
Beaumarchais, Perrot de, 135.
Bedford, duke of, John, 60-1.
Bédier, Joseph, Les chansons de croisade, 86-7.
-- , --, Les lU+00E9gendes U+00E9piques, 74.
Berry, André, Florilège des troubadours, 48, 112-3.
Béthune, Conan of, 86.
biographies, contemporary, see Chastellain, Georges; Chronique de Loys de Bourbon; Histoire de Guillaume le Maréchal; Historia Gaufredi; Livre des faicts du MarU+00E9chal de Boucicaut.
Black Prince, Edward the, 43, 58- 9, 92.
Bloch, Marc, Les caractères originaux de l'histoire rurale française, vii.
Blois, Robert of, Enseignement des princes, 83.
Blois and Chartres, count of, Thibaut, 45.
Born, Bertrand de, 32, 35, 98, 114.
Boucicaut, marshal of France, 39, 51-2, 60, 88, 141.
Boulogne, county of, 52.
Bourbon, duke of, Louis, 55-7, 60, 142, 145, 171-2.
Bourbon, Stephen of, 32.
Bouvines, battle of, 21, 38.
Brittany, dukes of, 8, 9, 17. John of Dreux, 139. Peter of Dreux, 40.
Bruges, Galbert of, Histoire du meurtre de Charles le Bon, 152.
Buch, captal de, John de Grailly, 60.
Burgundy, dukes of.
Charles the Bold, 27.
Philip the Good, 27, 61.
Cabestanh, Guilhem de, Chansons, 113.
Caesarius of Heisterbach, see Heisterbach, Caesarius of.
Calais, 52.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - The Nobles of France 1
  • II - Feudal Chivalry 28
  • III - Religious Chivalry 65
  • IV - Courtly Love 95
  • V - Criticisms and Compromises 149
  • Index 173
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