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index
ddd

Accolon 133, 289 Ban, King 97, 196, 221, 227
Acelin 238 Bannockburn, Battle of 141, 145
Aces of Beaumont 150 Barber, Richard 296, 303
Acre 139 n. 57 Barbour, John 32 and n. 12, 139 n. 56, 140“1,
Agravain 54, 147, 152, 210“11, 225“6 143 n. 74, 145 and n. 83, 146“7
Alain 203 Barcelona 194
Albigensians 73 Barker, Juliet 303
Alexander 198, 200 Barron, W.R.J. 33 n. 17, 265 n. 28, 272
Aliaume 248 Bassert, Ralph 38
Alice 245, 248 Bavaria, 219
Allen, Rosamund 119 n. 40 Beatrice 214, 223, 249, 250“1
Alnwick, Battle of 173 Beaumanoir, Philippe de 31, 83
Amiens 17 Beauvais, Bishop of 145 n. 86
Amiral 49 Becquet, Jean 59
Angevins 103 Bedevere 131
Anguingueron 181 Bek, Bishop 38
Anjou, Count of 145 Benoic 138 n. 55
Antor 190 Benson, Larry D 32, 283 n. 32
Anselm, Bishop of Lucca 66 Berkelay 96
Apulia, King of 236 Berluses, Sir 292
Arthur 1, 22 n. 49, 23“4, 26, 45 n. 2, 48, 60, Bernard of Brubant 243
Bernard, Pierre 59
93“4, 96“9, 103“6, 113, 118“20, 131“6, 138
and n. 53, 55, 144, 146 and n. 90, 148 n. 99, Bernier 214, 219, 223, 244“51
150 and n. 111, 154, 159“60 n. 159, 162“3, 166 Bertelay 96“7 and n. 15, 300
n. 32, 169 and n. 46, 171, 173“4, 179“81, 190 Bertulf 18
and n. 12, 191, 195“196 and n. 37, 198, 200 Billacois, Fran§ois 306“7
and n. 52, 202, 204, 207, 213“15 n. 22, Birkabein, King of Denmark 116, n. 30
217“18, 220“1 and n. 44, 224, 226, 228“9 Bishop of Clermont 17 n. 27
and n. 73, 76, 256, 262“3 and n. 26, 264“5 Black, Jeremy 304 n. 21
and n. 28, 289, 291“6 Blaise 204
Arthur, the Knight of the Parrot 218“19 Blamour 139 n. 56, 155
Arthur the Less 138, 150 n. 111, 229 n. 73 Blancheflor 181 and n. 115
Asher, Martha 30 n. 2, 190 n. 12 Bleoberis, Bleobleeris, Blioblieris 61, 135
Assize of Clarendon 108 n. 42, 155, 264
Athelwold 117 Bloch, Marc 11, 104, 143
Auciber 250 Bloch, R. Howard 168
Auvergne, Count of 17 n. 27 Bogdanow, Fanni 254, 261 n. 20
Aymeri, Count 242“3 Bohun, Henry de 141
Ayton, Andrew 55 n. 54, 173 n. 71 Bonet, Honor© 63 n. 2, 98, 159 n. 158, 162 and
n. 4, 185, 193 n. 25
Bademagu, Baudemagus, King 152, 158, 254 Born, Bertran de 68 n. 18, 161, 163 n. 16, 176,
Balaan 152 194, 198
Balain, Balin 26“7, 45, 152, 159“60 n. 159, 213 Bors 56, 61 n. 92, 72, 97 and n. 15, 98, 129 n. 2,
and n. 14, 290 131, 133“4 and n. 36, 139 n. 56, 147, 152, 154,
Baldric of Dol 75 158, 171, 187, 196, 215, 221, 258“60, 262“3,
Baldwin, John 106 and n. 55 265, 293
Index
332
Boson 133, 162, 173, 183 n. 121 Charlemagne 19, 49, 96, 104“6, 148, 168,
Boucicaut, Jean de 123 177“8, 200, 203, 231“7, 239, 242“243, 270
Bouillon, Godfrey de 200 Charles I, King of England 303
Bourgeoisie 194, 196, 199, 308 Charles V, King of France 201
Boutet, Dominique 263 n. 26 Charles VI, King of France 98, 162
Bouteville, Comte de 300, 305 Charles the Good, Count of Flanders 17“18
Brabant 176 Charny, Geoffroi de 31, 47“8, 51, 53, 87, 126,
Brandon 131 140, 154, 156, 161, 165 n. 23, 166, 192, 199,
Bretonne, forest of 183 202, 204, 212, 214, 226, 273“4, 280“1 n. 25,
Bruce, Edward 32 and n. 12, 145 n. 83, 284 and n. 37, 285 and n. 40, 286“9 and
n. 51, 291, 295, 297, 299, 308“10
145“6
Bruce, Robert 14 n. 11, 32 and n. 12, 140“1, Châtillon, Robert de 68
Ch©deville 190 n. 5
145“6, 163
Brucell, Bayard de 174 Chênerie, Marie-Luce 209, 261 n. 22
Bruges, Galbert de 17“19 Chester, Earl of 68
Brundage, James 64 n. 3 Chevalier, Guillaume de 306
Brutus 119 Christ 26“27, 33, 46, 48, 51, 53“7, 65, 67“72, 77
Bur Michel 190 n. 5 and n. 47, 79, 85, 104, 182, 184, 202“4, 233,
Burgess, Glyn 135 n. 41 237, 239, 251, 257“9
Burgh, Hubert de 182 Clairvaux 68, 76
Burghersh, Morel de 174 Clamadeu(s) of the Isles 181 and n. 115
Burgundy 234 Clanchy, Michael 30 n. 2
Burgundy, Duke of 104“5 Clanvowe, Sir John 111 n. 19, 157
Burns, E. Jane 54 n. 48, 166 n. 32, 204 Claudas 15 n. 17, 98, 134, 136 n. 42, 137, 159
Busby, Keith 72, 275 and n. 3 and n. 157, 162, 187, 197 and n. 43, 223
Busigny, Gilles de 198 Claudin 134, 187
Clausewitz 1 n. 1
Cador 146 n. 90, 168 Clermont 75, 80
Caesar, Julius 200 Clig©s 198 and n. 48
Calabria 16 Clisson, Olivier de 8
Calin, William 30 n. 3 Cloyes, Duke of 37 n. 22
Calixtus, Pope 14, 16 Cogan, Miles de 51, 145 n. 86
Calogrenant 139 n. 56, 179, 258 Cologne 47
Cambrai, Raoul de 37 n. 22, 46, 144 and Cologne, Grisel de 174
n. 78, 157, 159, 177, 212 and n. 11, 214, 219, Compline 163
223, 244“50 n. 83, 251, 268 Constantine 118
Camelot 1, 54, 136“7, 222, 298 Constantinople 65, 235
Canart 187 Constantinople, Emperor of 198
Canterbury, Archbishop of 61, 87, 264 Contamine, Philippe 190 n. 5
Capetian Dynasty 8, 83, 91, 98“9, 101, 231 and Corbenic, Castle of 56“7, 296
n. 5, 242“3, 251 Corley, Corin 217
Caradoc 144 n. 80, 159 and n. 157, 187 Corsolt 238“9
Carolinigian Dynasty 63, 71, 231 and n. 5, 243, Corsuble, King 250
Coss, Peter 55 n. 54
308
Casaubon 301 Courcy, John de 25, 140, 146 n. 88
Castell Terrable 290 Coward Knight 207
Castiglione 309 n. 33 Cr©cy 17, 51, 82, 145 and n. 86
Castile, Alfonso de 176 Crespy 193
Castle Carcelois 259 Crouch, David 32 n. 14, 184 n. 126, 280“1
Castle of the Narrow March 143 n. 25, 282 n. 30, 283 n. 33, 35
Catalonia 73 Crusade 8, 13, 47, 64, 69, 75“7 n. 47, 86, 107,
Cavalry 172“5, 267 n. 34, 305 232, 244, 282, 299, 309
Caxton, William 275, 294 Curthose, Robert 13 n. 7
Chalons 164 n. 19 Cyprus 226
Chandos Herald 145, 175, 181
Chapel of St. Augustine 22 n. 49 Damian, Peter 64
Chapelles, Comte des 300“1, 305 Damsel of the Lake 133
Index 333
Daniel, Norman 207 Eve 26
Daniel, Samuel 305 n. 25 Evesham 147
Darras, Sir 139 n. 56
David, King 49 n. 22, 104, 200, 307 Falkirk, Battle of 38
Degar©, Sir 292 n. 69 False Guinevere 93, 97 and n. 15, 135, 153, 221
Denmark 117 n. 44
Devil 17, 76, 158, 162 n. 4, 201, 257“8, 266“7 Fastolf, Sir John 48
n. 34, 277 Felton, Sir William 145
Dictum of Kenilworth 108 Fenice 198 and n. 48
Dieu, Bayard 174 Fierabras 32
Disnadaret 162 Fisher King 167, 203
Dolorous Guard (see Joyeuse Garde), 135 FitzGerald, Maurice 31
Domao, Gomez 142“3 Fitz Henry, Meiler 140
Doon of Carduel 197 Fitz Nigel, Richard 108
Doon of Saint-Denis 249 FitzRalph, Randolf 166
Dorin 197 Flanders 18, 73“4
Douce Apocalypse 267 n. 34 Flemings 55 n. 54
Douglas Castle 212 Florent 236
Douglas, James 145 n. 83 Flori, Jean 71 and n. 31, 126
Dover 117 Folchers 136
Duby, Georges 11, 13 n. 6, 80“1, 126, 197, 266, Forbidden Hill 146 n. 90, 154
Forest soutaine 181
280, 283, 298
Dunwallo 119 Forester of Northumberland 210, 225
Dynadan 154 n. 131, 292 Fossier, Robert 11, 198
Fougères, Etienne de 79
East Anglia 184 Fouque 177
Eden 124 Fraher, Richard M. 81
Edward, “our comly kynge” 114 France 21, 59, 70, 74, 83, 98“100 and n. 28,
Edward, the Black Prince (of England) 174, 101, 110, 119, 123, 161, 168, 179, 185, 190, 192,
181“2 194, 202, 231, 234, 239, 241“4, 246, 251, 268,
Edward I, King of England 107“8, 110 287, 301“2 n. 14
Edward III, King of England 107, 111 n. 19, Frappier, Jean 231 n. 5, 241, 261 and n. 20
Froissart 51, 55 n. 54, 130, 142, 145 and n. 86,
176, 182, 202
Edward the Confessor, King of England 117 166 and n. 28, 175, 184
Elaine, Queen 134 Fulcher of Chartes 75
Elias, Norbert 7, 205
Elizabeth I, Queen of England 300, 303, 305 Gabriel 49
n. 25 Gaheriet 50, 147, 210, 215 and n. 22, 225, 264
Ellesmere 173 n. 71 Gaheris 152, 292
England 15“16, 21, 25, 74 n. 38, 79, 83, 85, 94, Galahad 26, 33 and n. 18, 45, 54, 56“7, 61“2,
98“100 and n. 28, 107“10, 111 and n. 18, 67, 132 and n. 18, 138 and n. 54, 144 n. 78,
112“20, 168“9 n. 46, 182, 184, 190“2, 194 153, 156 n. 141, 203, 215, 256“7, 259“60, 296
n. 29, 229 n. 78, 294, 300, 303“4, 308 Galehaut, Galehot 85, 96“7, 133, 135, 156, 162,
Enide 53, 220, 227 196, 207, 217“18
Erchambaut 214, 249 Galescalin 55, 147
Erec, Eric 53, 215“16, 220, 227 Gamelyn 8
Erembald clan 18 Gamez, Gutierre Diaz de 31 n. 8, 200 n. 52
Erlembald of Milan 65 Gamille (Saxon Lady of the Rock) 37 n. 22
Ernaut 247 Ganelon 46, 96, 136, 300
Escalon the Dark 55, 224 Gareth, Guerrehet 130 and n. 7, 139 n. 56, 146
Essex, Earl of, Robert Devereux 299“301, n. 90, 147, 153, 160 n. 159, 210“11, 289
Gaunes 138 n. 55, 265
305
Estryke 266 Gautier 46, 245“8
Ettarde, Lady 160 n. 159 Gawain 23“4, 45“6, 50“2, 60, 72, 103, 129 n.
Eudes (Count of Corbeil) 16, 246 2, 131“2 n. 18, 133“7, 139 n. 56, 144 and n. 80,
Eustace 68 151 and n. 117, 152“3 and n. 127, 158, 169“71,
Evan, King of England 94 187, 191, 197“8, 207, 210“11, 217“18 and n. 33,
Index
334
Gawain (cont.): Hector 50, 61, 98, 131, 137, 148, 186, 200, 214,
220 and n. 40, 222“4 and n. 52, 226 and 222, 227, 257“8 and n. 18, 263
n. 61, 229 n. 74, 257, 262“3 and n. 26, 264“5 Helias, Count 13
n. 28, 274, 296 Helake 136 n. 42
Geoffrey of Lusignan 139 n. 57 Helyus 136 n. 42
Geoffrey of Monmouth 32 n. 14, 118, 163, 168, Henry I, King of England 13 and n. 7, 14 and
291 n. 63 n. 10, 13, 16 and n. 22, 107
Gerald of Wales 79, 87, 140, 146 n. 88, 147 Henry II, King of England 79, 108“9, 140,
Gerbert 60, 167 170, 182, 204, 207, 281, 283
Gerold (clerk) 68 Henry III, King of England 108, 110, 147,
Gideon 201 282“3
Gillingham, John 169 Henry IV, King of England 65
Girart, Duke of Burgundy 46, 133, 157 n. 149, Henry V, King of England, 176
168, 177“8, 183 n. 121, 203, 232“7 Henry VII, King of England 303
Girflet 61, 229 n. 74 Henry VIII, King of England 303
Godard 117 Herbert 247
Godwin, Earl 117 Herefordshire 140 n. 63
Goliath 307 Herluin, Abbot of Westminster 87
Goodrich, Earl 117 Hermits 22, 24, 33 n. 18, 46 n. 8, 49“50, 55,
Gorneman 181 n. 115 57“61 and n. 87, 134 n. 36, 148, 153 n. 124, 157
Gowther, Sir 266 and n. 30, 267“9 and n. 42, n. 142, 167, 221 n. 44, 255 and n. 11, 256 and
n. 17, 258, 260“2, 264, 268 n. 38, 269, 270
44, 271
Grace 182 and n. 46, 275“6, 279, 296
Grail 23, 26“7, 33, 50, 54 and n. 48, 55“7, 61 Hervi of Rivel 138 n. 55
n. 92, 148, 158, 170, 202“4, 215, 222, 227, Hillgarth, Jocelin 277 n. 14
253“4 n. 5, 255“256 n. 17, 257“8, 260“1 and Hindman, Sandra 30 n. 2, 31 n. 4, 32 n. 14
n. 22, 264, 289, 296 Hobbes, Thomas 22, 244
Grail Castle 257 Hodenc, Raoul de 273“5 n. 3, 297
Grail King 257 Hoggan, David 144 n. 78
Gratian 66“7, 74 Holdsworth, Christopher 86“7
Gravdal, Kathryn 225 Homer 299
Gray, Sir Thomas 32 and n. 12, 143 n. 74, 212, Hugh, Abbot of Cluny 65
291 n. 63 Hugh, Duke of Burgundy 65
Greece 123, 198 Hugh of Le Puiset 17
Gregory VII, Pope/Gregorians 64 and n. 3, Huizinga, Johan 205
Humbert, Cardinal 64
65“6, 71, 81“83, 104“5, 232, 234“5, 237, 252,
Hundred Years War 130, 143 n. 74, 168, 172,
308
Guerri the Red 245, 249“50 and n. 88, 251 287, 298 n. 2
Guibert of Nogent 69, 82 Hunt, William 308
Guinevere, Queen 31, 60, 85, 96“7, 133“135,
137, 144, 148, 150, 152“3, 168“9 n. 46, 173, Île de France 16, 243
Ireland 32, 51, 79, 87, 145, 160 n. 159, 165
211“12, 214, 217“18, 220“2, 226“8, 262“3, 265
n 28, 290“1, 293 Isabella 31
Guinglain 37 n. 22 Islam 63, 71, 139 n. 57, 145 n. 86, 147, 174
Guivret the Short 216 n. 79, 240 n. 43, 275
Guy of Germany 238 Island of Joy 157 n. 142
Isolde 290
Haidu, Peter 163 Israel 200
Hale, J.R. 304 n. 20 Italy 16, 65, 87 n. 78, 194 n. 29, 232
Hanawalt, Barbara 229 n. 78 Ivo of Chartes 66
Hanning, R.W. 220
Harding, Alan 21 Jaeger, Stephen 205
Harlequin™s Hunt 24 Jaffa 141
Harold 117 James, Mervyn 150, 299“300
Haskins, Charles Homer 11 Jean II, King of France 287
Havelok the Dane 115“17, 130 Jerusalem 69, 203
Head, Thomas 100 Jerusalem, Patriarch of 240 n. 43
Index 335
Jews 71, 201, 275 Laon 17
John (the Giant) 247 Laonnais 193
John, brother of Gamelyn 117 Laudine, Lady 179“80, 213
John, King of England 182, 281 and n. 27 Launceor 152
John the Good, King of France 202 Lawman 118“19 and n. 40, 120 and n. 45, 163,
John XXII, Pope 80 169
John of Earley 280 Leclercq, Jean 59, 76 n. 44
John of Salisbury 67 n. 14, 78, 81, 84 Lee, Sir Richard atte 113“14
Joinville, Jean de 55 n. 54, 101, 129, 141, 145 Le Fay, Morgan 37 n. 22
and n. 81, 86, 240 n. 43 Le Goff, Jacques 30 n. 1
Jordan, William 101 n. 30 Le Gros, Raymond 51
Joseph of Arimathea 33, 54, 56, 62, 202“3 Le Mans 182
Josephus 56“7 and n. 61 Leo IX Pope 64, 66
Joshua 200 Leodagan, King 96“7, 228
Jourdain De L™Isle Jourdain 106, 301 and Le Puy 270
n. 13, 303 Leriador 227
Joyeuse Garde (See Dolorous Guard) 146, Lex Digna Vox 276 n. 11
Leyser, Henrietta 58 n. 69
262, 264
Judas Maccabaeus 200, 285 Leyser, Karl 11
Lille, Alain de 76“7, 81
Kay of Estral, Sir, (Kei) 30 n. 3, 37 n. 22, 124 Lincoln, Battle of 140
n. 5, 130 n. 7, 131“2 n. 18, 139 n. 56, 152, 163 Lionel 72, 98, 139 n. 56, 144, 258, 262“3
n. 10, 186 n. 135, 187, 190, 289 Lissewege 74
Kay, Sarah 244, 246 Listinois 27
Keen, Maurice 29, 85, 126, 143 n. 74, 162, 190, Llull, Raymond 31, 58, 97 and n. 18, 123 n. 2,
192 n. 20, 198“9, 204, 288 156, 173, 194, 199“200, 273, 275“7 and n. 13,
Kelly, Thomas E. 24 n. 50, 31 n. 4, 32 n. 14 15, 278“9, 297
Kennedy, Angus 58“9 Lobbes, Monastery of 74
Kennedy, Elspeth 31, 32 n. 14, 155, 224, 253 Loch Lomond 32
n. 2 Logres, Kingdom of 54, 138, 171
Kicklighter, Joseph 301 n. 13 Logurs, Meliot de 146
Kiernan, V. G. 286 Lombardy 66
Knights of the Shire 110 London 21, 194, 224, 308
Koziol, Geoffrey 74 n. 39 Lonezep 153
Krueger, Roberta 146 n. 90 Longinus 249
Kirklees, Prioress of 114 n. 27 Lopez, Roberto 11
Lord of the Fens 169, 214, 227
Lady of the Lake 130, 133, 149, 155“6, 191, 195, Lorenz, Konrad 216 n. 26
Lot, King of Orkenay (Lotte) 151, 210“11
200, 224
Laigle, Richer de 84, 182“3 Loudon Hill, Battle of 163
Lalande, Denis 123 n. 2 Louis VI (Louis le Gros), King of France
Lambegue 146 n. 90, 157 16“17, 75, 82, 243
Lameroke 131, 151, 171 Louis VII, King of France 231 n. 5
Lamorat 133 Louis IX (St. Louis), King of France 100“1
Lancaster 113 and n. 29“30, 129, 141, 145, 240 n. 43
Lancelot 23“4, 45“6, 49, 54 and n. 48, 55, Louis XIII, King of France 301
60“2, 85, 93, 97“8, 103“104, 124 n. 5, 130“1 Louis, King 46, 52“3, 102“103, 177, 240“4,
and n. 14, 132“6, 139 n. 56, 141, 144 and 248 and n. 74, 249“51
n. 78, 80, 146 and n. 90, 148“149, 151“7 Louis (son of Charlemagne) 105, 231, 237“9
n. 142, 158, 162, 164, 169 and n. 46, 170“1, Louvre 303
Lunete 179
173, 186“7, 190“1, 195, 201, 203, 208, 211, 213,
217“22, 224, 226 n. 58, 253 and n. 2, 255 and Lupak, Alan 135 n. 41
n. 11, 256 and n. 17, 257, 261 and n. 22, 262“3 Luttrell, Sir Geoffrey 175
and n. 25, 26, 264“5 and n. 28, 283, 290“1, Lyones, Sir Trystrames de 154“5
293, 295“6
Landes, Richard 100 Maddicott, John 267 n. 34
Langtoft, Pierre 110 Magna Carta 100 n. 28
Index
336
Mahoney, Dhira B. 289 n. 50 Mordrain 203
Maimed King 255 n. 11 Mordred 163 n. 10, 166 n. 32, 171, 174, 229
Maine 14 n. 72, 264
Maitland, F.W. 81“2 Morholt 137, 171, 218, 223“4
Malduit 183 n. 124 Morris, Colin 33 n. 20
Malory, Sir Thomas 126, 151 n. 117, 154, 280“1 Mortimer, Roger 31
n. 25, 285 n. 40, 288“9 and n. 50, 51, 290“1 Murray, Sir Thomas 145
and n. 63, 292“7, 308, 310 Myths of Origin, chivalry 155, 173, 199“204,
Maluvel, Richard 173 208, 276
Mansourah, Battle of 129
Map, Walter 157, 204, 254 n. 6 Nabigan 103
Marcent 37 n. 22 Najera, Battle of 52
Marches, Merigold 185 Napoleon 1
Marganor 186 Nascien 133
Margaret (wife of young King Henry) 283 Nile 145
Marhaus 218 n. 33 Nine Worthies 200
Marie De France 151, 216 Norham Castle 212
Marigart the Red 227 Normandy 13“16, 73, 268, 270
Marle, Thomas de 17, 82, 243 Normandy, Duke of 266
Mark, King 131, 138, 292 North Wales, King of 229 n. 74
Marsent 219, 246 Norwich 142
Marshal, John 85, 184 and n. 126, 281, 283 and Notre Dame of Courtrai 55 n. 54
n. 35 Nottingham 113
Marshal, Richard 141 Nouvion 17
Marshal, William 32 and n. 14, 47, 52, 68,
Oliver 131, 139 n. 57, 157, 249 n. 76
87“8, 95, 109, 120, 124, 126, 132, 139“40, 170,
182, 194“5, 199, 207, 280“1 and n. 25, 282 Orderic Vitalis 12“16
and n. 30, 283“5, 288“9 and n. 51, 291, 294“5, Origny 219, 245, 268
Otto of Freising 69
297“8, 310
Marsilion 136 Outelake of Wentelonde, Sir 134, 146
Martel, Charles 200 n. 52 Ovid 17, 108
Martel, Geoffrey, Count of Anjou 15 Owein, Owen 153 and n. 127, 249 n. 76
Martin IV, Pope 80 Oxford 198
Mason, Emma 43 n. 1, 86 and n. 75
Master Elias 221 Painted Chamber 197
Matarasso, Pauline 203, 248 n. 74, 254 and Palamedes, Palomides 150 n. 111, 153“4, 172
n. 6, 8, 255 n. 11, 13 n. 64
Matilda, Queen of England 58 Paris 16, 247, 301
Matter of England Romances 114, 118 Paris, Matthew 38, 182
Maurice (of Thebes) 68 Parlement 21, 102
McKim, Anne M. 145 n. 83 Parliament 110
Meleagant 152, 158, 187 Parma, Duke of 305
Melias 257 Parrot 138 n. 53
Merlin 16, 27, 37 n. 22, 132, 138, 150, 191 n. 12, Patrice, Sir 293
Patterson, Lee 148 n. 102
204, 220“1, 229
Messina 226 Peace Movement 20, 37, 71, 73, 83
Methven, Battle of 140 Pegulhan, Aimeric de 69
M©zières, Philippe de 168, 176 n. 92, 185 Pelleas 135, 160 n. 159
Mieszkowski, Gretchen 217 Pellehan, King 26
Milon, Pope 232“3, 236 Pellinor, Pellinore, Pellynor (King) 97“8,
Milun 151, 216 146, 151, 160 n. 159, 171, 190“1, 228
Minoras 210 Perceval 23, 49, 54, 56, 58, 61, 124, 130,
Monglane, Garin de 231 133, 148, 152“3 and n. 124, 158, 162“3 n. 10,
Montfort, Simon de 147 167“9, 180“1, 203 and n. 61, 207, 213“15,
Montpellier 77 227 and n. 63, 228 and n. 71, 255 n. 11,
Montreuil, Gerbert de 180“1 n. 115 258“60
Mont Saint-Michel 25 Perilous Cemetary/Perilous Chapel 23“4
Index 337
Pero Ni±o, Don 31 n. 8, 142“3 and n. 73, 146, Routrou, Count 136
165 n. 23, 174 n. 79, 182 n. 118, 200 n. 52, Roxbourgh 117
Russell, Frederick 74
201, 213
Pharian 72, 97 n. 15, 130, 157, 159 n. 157, 187
Philip I, King of France 15“16 Sagremore the Unruly 132 n. 18, 143“4, 147,
Philip II, King of France 100, 106, 244, 251 227“8 and n. 67, 229
Philip III, King of France 101 St. Alfinus 52
Philip IV, King of France 101 St. Augustine 63, 66
Philip VI, King of France 145 St. Benedict 12 n. 4
Philip Augustus 106 St. Bernard of Clairvaux 68, 70 and n. 29,
Pinellus, Rodolf 87 75“6 and n. 44, 77, 80“1, 85, 254“5, 296
Pintadol 55 St. David 51, 166
Pirenne, Henri 11 Sts. Demetrius and George 68
Pisan, Christine de 48, 148 n. 102, 192, 201 St. Denis 131, 251
Pitt-Rivers, Julian 95 n. 8, 149, 206 St. Gabriel 239
Place Royale 300 St. George 46 n. 13, 51
Plantagenet Dynasty 91, 99 St. James 165 n. 23
Poer, Ranulf 140 n. 63 St. John Lateran 270
Pomeglei 136, 187 St. Mary™s, Abbot of 113“14
Postan, M.M. 11 St. Peter 57, 65, 71, 239“40, 260
Prestwich, Michael 175, 192 n. 15 St. Robert, Abbey of 270
St. Rubinus 52
Rage in Battle 143“4 and n. 78, 145, 148 Sts. Theodore and Sebastian 68,
Rainouart 49, 52, 131, 136, 149, 175 St. Ursmer 74
Reims 17, 66, 231 n. 5 Saint-Donatian 18
Richard I, the Lion-Heart, King of England Saint-Évroul 12
72 n. 35, 139 n. 57, 141 and n. 65, 142 and Saint-Germain, Abbot of 247
n. 71, 145 and n. 86, 147, 170, 176, 226, 281 Saint-Gilles 239
Richard II, King of England 111 n. 19, 168 Saint-Nicholas-au-Bois, Abbot of 193
n. 41 Saint-Sauveur, 178
Richard of Rouen 238 Saints Silver and Gold 282
Richelieu, Cardinal 301 Saladin 145
Richer 233 Salemon, King 149
Rion, King 152, 290 Salle, Sir Robert 142
Robert (of Normandy) 14 and n. 14, 183 Saracens 72 and n. 35, 73, 129, 136, 138 n. 53
Robert of Bellême, 15 and n. 17, 25, 183 Sarras 57
Robert of Vitot 15 Saxon Rock 134, 221
Robert the Devil 265“6 and n. 32, 267“8 and Saxons 138, 144, 147, 168, 196“8, 210, 225
n. 38, 39, 41, 269 and n. 43, 270 and n. 46, Saxony, Duke of 162, 198
Schalk, Ellery 309 n. 33
271
Robin Hood 96, 113“14 and n. 27, 118 Scotland 212
Roland 46, 49“50 n. 27, 131, 136, 139 n. 57, Scott, Paul C. 34 n. 19
148, 157, 159, 186 n. 133, 225 n. 56, 232, 249 Scrope, Stephen 48
n. 76 Seine 181
Rome 20, 37, 63, 123, 235, 237“8, 241, 268“71, Senlis, Galeran de 168
Seraphe 48
282
Ronay 184 Seven Deadly Sins 279
Roosebeke, Battle of 166 Sheriffs 8, 83, 113, 118, 140 n. 63
Rossi, Marguerite 231 n. 3, 5 Ship of Faith 49
Rotrou 183 Sidney, Sir Philip 299
Rouen 267 Sigebert of Gembloux 65
Round Table 23, 56, 60, 93, 119“20, 129 n. 2, Siverey, Erand de 129
132, 135, 137“9 n. 56, 144, 150“2, 154, 158, 169, Smith, Lacy Baldwin 300
186, 202, 214, 221, 228 and n. 71, 257“8 and Solomon, King 37 n. 22, 49 n. 22, 219, 246
n. 18, 264“5, 293“4 Somme 51, 181
Roussillou, Girart de 162 and n. 6, 173, 177 Soredamor 198
Roussineau, Gilles 191 n. 12 Southern, R.W. 11
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338
Star, Company of the 287
Statute of Gloucester 108 Vale, Malcolm 304, 305 n. 22
Statute of Marlborough 108 Vanderlinde, Henry 266 n. 30
Statute of Westminster 108 Vermandois 177, 245
Stephen, King of England 282 Vezelay 70
Stone, Lawrence 304 n. 20 Vincennes 101
Storm Knight 170, 179 Vinaver, Eugène 290
Strayer, Joseph 11 Virgin (Mary) 49“50 and n. 27, 51, 113, 224,
Strazeele 74 238, 285
Strickland, Matthew 169 Vivian 46, 174
Strohm, Paul 30 n. 1
Suger, Abbot of Saint-Denis 16“17 Wace 118“19, 168
Surluse 171 Walchelin 24“5
Waleran, Count 183
Tarquin 152 Walter, Abbot of St. Martins 240
Tellenbach, Gerd 36 Weinrich of Trier 65
Templars 47, 70, 76 and n. 44, 87, 124, 145 Westminster 110
n. 86, 254“5, 282, 296 Westminster Hall 197
Thirty Years War 303 Wexford 165
Three Kings of Cologne 282 White Monks 254
Tor 133 n. 22, 152, 155 and n. 137, 190 and n. 12, Wigmore, Lady 147
Wilbert of Ravenna 65
228
Toulouse 235 William I, “The Conqueror”, King of
Tournaments 32, 34, 56, 80, 95“6, 103, 109, England 14, 58, 189 n. 2, 191
William II, Rufus, King of England 13 n. 7
126, 133, 136“7, 140, 144, 146, 152, 154, 164
and n. 19, 165, 171, 175, 187, 196, 198, 214, William of Malmesbury 75
William of Mortain 183
220, 222, 229, 255“6, 262, 264“5, 268, 271,
William of Orange 46, 52“4, 61, 68, 96 n. 10,
278, 281“4, 302“3, 305, 308
Tours 242 102, 105, 131, 138 n. 53, 144 n. 78, 174“5, 177,
Trebes 163 231, 237“44
Tr©moille, Duke of 305 William of Palerne 118, 146 n. 90, 158, 162,
Trempler, Volker 266 n. 32 166 n. 31, 174
Tristam, Tristan 129 n. 2, 131, 139 n. 56, 149, William of Tyre 75
151, 154, 156 n. 141, 157, 160 n. 159, 219, 290, Winchester 139, 262
Windsor 198
295
Troyes, Chr©tien de 30 n. 2, 31 n. 4, 32, 81, Wise Man 96, 196
103, 105, 123“4, 164, 167, 170, 180“1, 198 and Worde, Wynkyn de 266“8 n. 39, 41, 269 and
n. 48, 200, 203, 207, 212“13, 216, 220, 227 n. 42, 43, 270“1
Tucker, P. E. 290“1, 296
Tudor Dynasty 294, 299“300 Ybert 246
Turks 70, 269, 271 Yder, King 134, 186 n. 135
Turpin, Archbishop 50 n. 27, 53 and n. 43, 131 Ygraine 229 n. 74
and n. 9, 203, 232“5 Yvain, Sir 46, 58, 60, 137, 144 n. 80, 148,
170, 179“0, 183 n. 124, 186, 191, 207, 220,
Ugly Hero 228 223“4
Urban II, Pope 75, 81 Yvain the Bastard 153 and n. 127, 228 n. 69
Urien, King 228 n. 69 Yvonet the Bastard 150
Urr©, Sir 54 Yvonet the Great 150
Uther Pendragon, King 60, 93, 148, 181, 229
n. 76 Zagorin, Perez 304 n. 20

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