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    Aachen and Lothar IV of France  and Ottonians , , , , , 

    Aachen capitulary  Aachen Gospels , , , ,  Aaron of Bulgaria  �Abbāsid caliphate

    and Byzantine empire  decline  and Khazars 

    Abbo of Fleury , , , , –,  school 

    �Abd Allāh b. al-Mans.ūr  �Abd Allāh b. Muh. ammad – �Abd al-Malik al-Muz.affar –, ,  �Abd al-Rah. mān II  �Abd al-Rah. mān III , –, 

    and army , –,  and bureaucracy  and Byzantium  as caliph  conquests , – and Ibn H. afs.un – and jihād  and León , , –, ,  and Madı̄nat al-Zahrā  and North Africa –,  and Otto I –,  and Pamplona-Navarre ,  and sā�ifah , 

    �Abd al-Rah. mān (Sanchuelo) , –,  �Abda (wife of al-Mans.ūr)  Abingdon abbey , , , – Abodrites

    and Arnulf of Carinthia  and Henry II 

    and Otto I , ,  and Otto II  and Otto III  and statehood  and Theophanu 

    Abraham of Freising ,  Abū Firās  Abū�l-H. azm b. Jahwar  Abū’l-Qāsim , – Abū Sa�ı̄d Mūsā b. Ah. mad al-D. ayf  Abū Yazı̄d – Acfred of Aquitaine , ,  Acheloos, battle () , , ,  Acton, J. xiv Adalbero of Augsburg ,  Adalbero (Ascelin) of Laon 

    and Charles of Lotharingia  and Cluniac monasticism –, – and Hugh Capet  and Ottonians ,  and Robert II  and society 

    Adalbero I of Metz –, , , ,  Adalbero II of Metz , , ,  Adalbero of Rheims –, –, 

    and Hugh Capet ,  Adalbero of Trier  Adalbert I of Tuscany ,  Adalbert II of Tuscany  Adalbert Azzo of Canossa , ,  Adalbert of Ivrea ,  Adalbert of Magdeburg , , , ,  Adalbert of Metz –,  Adalbert of St Maximin see Adalbert of

    Magdeburg Adalbert (son of Berengar II) –, , , 

    INDEX

    Note: Page references in italics refer to maps, and those in bold type main discussions of central topics. Concepts such as aristocracy, kingship or trade are indexed as general topics and also under individual regions, states, principalities and duchies. Index compiled by Meg Davies, Registered Indexer, Society of Indexers

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  • Index 

    Adalbert Vojtech of Prague ,  and Boleslav Chrobry ,  burial ,  canonisation , , ,  martyrdom , ,  and Otto III ,  and Stephen of Hungary , 

    Adalbert of Weissenberg see Adalbert of Magdeburg

    Adaldag of Hamburg-Bremen , ,  Adalward of Verden  Adam of Bremen

    and the church – and Otto I  and trade , 

    Adela (wife of William III of Aquitaine)  Adelaide, abbess of Quedlinburg , –,  Adelaide of Burgundy

    and Otto II  and Otto III , –,  as wife of Lothar of Italy , , –, ,

    –,  as wife of Otto I , , , , ,

    –,  Adelaide of Poitou (wife of Hugh Capet) ,

    , ,  Adelaide (wife of Géza of Hungary)  Adelaide (wife of Louis the Blind)  Adelaide (wife of Richard le Justicier)  Adelaide-Blanche (wife of Louis V and William

    of Provence) , ,  Adelferius of Amalfi  Adelman of Liège  Adgaelbert (Babenberger)  Adhegrinus (hermit)  Adhémar of Chabannes , , 

    and Aquitaine ,  and Charles the Great  and Hungary  and Peace of God movements 

    Adhémar of Poitou  administration

    and episcopacy  local , 

    Adosinda Gutiérrez (wife of Ramiro II)  Adso of Montier-en-Der –, , , 

    Epistola de ortu et tempore Antichristi  and Otto II 

    Ælfflæd (wife of Edward the Elder)  Ælfhere of Mercia ,  Ælfric

    Colloquy, and merchants ,  and monarchy ,  as scholar 

    Ælfthryth, and church reforms  Ælfweard of Wessex ,  Ælfwold  Ælfwyn of Mercia 

    Æthelflæd (wife of Æthelred of Mercia) , , –, 

    Æthelred I of Wessex  Æthelred II (‘the Unready’) of England

    coinage and mints ,  flight ,  and royal authority ,  and succession ,  tolls  and Viking raids –

    Æthelred of Mercia and Alfred the Great  and Edward the Elder , , – law-code , 

    Æthelstan ‘Half-King’ , , ,  Æthelstan of Wessex

    and aristocracy  charters , –, ,  coinage , , ,  intellectual life ,  as king of the Anglo-Saxons ,  as king of the English , , – law-code ,  and Louis IV ,  and Mercia – and the north of England – and Northumbria  and Otto I  and relics  and succession , –

    Æthelweard (ealdorman), Chronicon , , ,  n., 

    Æthelwine of East Anglia ,  Æthelwold (æthling), and Edward the Elder

    – Æthelwold of Winchester , , 

    and Æthelred the Unready  Benedictional , ,  and church music  and Edgar –, ,  and monastic reform , – as scholar , 

    Agapitus II, pope , ,  Agatha (wife of Samuel of Bulgaria)  Aghlabid dynasty

    in North Africa  in Sicily –

    Agilbert of Saint-Ricquier  Agilolfing dukes ,  Agnes, empress (wife of Henry III) ,  agriculture

    arable –,  and crop rotation  and field pattern , ,  and hunter-gatherers , , –,

    – and land-clearing – and nomadism , 

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  •  

    agriculture (cont.) production levels ,  and settlement patterns  slash-and-burn –,  and stock-rearing , , –, , ,  subsistence , –

    Ah. mad al-Akh. al  Ah. mad b. al-H. asan al-Kalbı̄  Ahtum-Ajtony of Hungary –,  Aimard of Cluny  Aimerud of Auvergne (wife of Borrell II of

    Barcelona)  Aimo of Auxerre  Aimo of Fleury, De gestis regum Francorum  Aion of Capua  Akilia of León  Alaholfings  Alan I the Great of Brittany  Alan II Barbetorte –,  Alans , , ,  Alawich II of Reichenau  Alberic II of Rome

    and monastic reform ,  and Otto I  and papacy , , 

    Alberic of Spoleto ,  Albert of Vermandois ,  Aldred of Bamborough  Alemannia see Suabia Aleppo, and Byzantium –,  Aleram of Piedmont ,  Alexander II, Emperor 

    and Symeon of Bulgaria – Alfonso II of León, and intellectual life  Alfonso III of the Asturias ,  Alfonso IV of León –