The Papal Monarchy: The Western Church from 1050 to 1250

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INDEX
Acre266, 285, 371, 483, 548
Ad abolendam ( 1184) 350, 472, 474
Adalbero, archbishop of Trier185-6
Adalbert, archbishop of Bremen269-70
Adalbert, archbishop of Mainz 161, 164, 185
Adam of Bremen265, 269, 275
Adhemar, bishop of Le Puy150-1, 321, 382
Ad liberandam ( 1215) 441, 448, 478
Adolf, archbishop of Cologne 423-4
Adso of Montier-en-Der 383
Adversus Simoniacossee Humbert of Moyenmoutier advocate see monasteries advowson 400, 557
Ælfric 31, 305
Ælred, abbot of Rievaulx 259, 359, 369-70, 373, 376, 467,469
Æthelwig, abbot of Evesham 321-2
Afflighem, monastery 239, 541
Agnes, empress 83, 85, 89-90, 96
Agnes of Prague467
Aix, Rule of 13, 27, 74-7, 92, 247
Alan of Lille353-5, 362, 513, 516
Regulae Theologicae366
Liber Penitentialis491
Summa de Arte Predicandi495
and Waldensians 348
Alberic, second abbot of Cîteaux 240-1
Albert of Brabant, bishop-elect of Liège 202-3
Albert of Buxtehude, bishop of Riga 482-3
Albertus Magnus511, 518
Albigensian Crusade231, 292, 346, 396, 441, 445-6, 449, 469-70, 473, 476, 484, 507
Alcobaça, abbey 245
Alexander II, pope 25, 75-6, 94-7, 102, 104-69, 111, 114-15, 132, 140, 142, 145, 147, 331
as Anselm I, bishop of Lucca 395
Alexander III, pope 202, 219, 224, 229, 232, 235, 348-9, 450, 484, 528
decretals 180, 218, 329, 402-3, 575
as cardinal Roland, papal chancellor 190-1, 193-4
election of 193-9
exactions 216
and marriage 331-2
and usury 333-4
tithes 390-2
episcopal elections 546-7
Alexander IV, pope 548
Alexander the Great336, 487, 502
Alexander of Hales 459, 513, 516, 525
Alexander Stavensby, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield 529-30
Alexander of Villedieu286, 508
Alexis, St55, 73
Alexius I, Byzantine emperor 124, 148- 51
Alexius III, Byzantine emperor 439-40
Alexius IV, Byzantine emperor 439-40
Alfonso VI, king of Castile 65, 135
Alger of Liège401
al-Kamil 480, 486
almoner 321, 326
Altmann, bishop of Passau III, 123
Altopascio, hospital 313
Alvastra, abbey 270
Amalarius of Metz13, 300
Amalric I, king of Jerusalem279
Amatus, bishop of Oléron 111
Amaury of Bène 515, 521, 555
Ambrose, St316, 363, 370
Anacletus II, pope 183-4, 484
Anagni, agreement ( 1176) 196-7
Anastasius II, pope 182, 209
Anastasius IV, pope 190
Andrew II, king of Hungary442, 467, 552
Andrew of St Victor 354, 360
Anno, archbishop of Cologne 67, 94, 96
Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury 178,

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