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Zacour, N. P.; Hazard, H. W. (ed.) / The impact of the Crusades on the Near East
(1985)

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Aachen, 520, and see Albert 
' Abbãsids, Arab caliphal dynasty at Baghdad 
749—1258: 3, 4, 15n, 33, 62, 66, 95, 97n, 454, 475, 482, and see HãrUn
ar-Rashid 786—809, al-Mutawakkil 847—861, al-Qadir 991—1031,
al-Qa'im 1031—1075, al-Mustazhir 1094—1118, al-Muqtafi 1136—1160,
al-Mustadi 1170—1180, an-Näsir 1180—1225, al-Mustansir 1226—1242
' Abd-al-Hamid al-Kãtib, Arabic poet (d. 750), 31 
' Abd-al-Latif al-Baghdadi, abU-Muhammad ibn-YUsuf; Arabic historian and
physician (b. 1162, d. 1231), 12 
' Abd-al-Malik ash-Shirãzi, abü-l-Husain ibnMuhammad; Persian
mathematician (d. Ca. 1203), 21 
' Abd-al-Massih, ra'is of Margat (fi. 1174), 110 ' Abd-aI-Qadir (al-)Gilãni,
abU-Muhammad ibnabi-Salih; Persian mystic (b. 1077, d. 1166), 21 
Abkhasians, North Caucasian people, 480, 506 Abraham, Maronite archbishop
of ' Arqah in 
1282: 94n 
Abraham, son of Maimonides; rabbi (b. Ca. 1186, d. 1237), 104n 
Absalom, bishop of Ascalon 1153—1155 (never consecrated; d. after 1169),
242n 
AbU-'Abd-Allãh ("Boaldelle"), Assassin envoy (d. Ca. 1172), 48 
AbU-Bakr al-Khwãrizmi, Persian author (d. Ca. 993), 30 
AbU-dh-Dhãhir, al-Iskandari, ibn-Auf; Mãlikite canonist (Ca.
1170), 105n 
AbU-dh-Dhãhir, as-Salafi, Shafa'ite canonist (Ca. 1170), 105n 
AbU-l-Fidã' Ismã'il ibn-'Ali; historian, geographer, AiyUbid
ruler of Hamah 1310—1331: 56, 94n 
Abü-Naufal, Maronite consul (in 1655), 54 
AbU-Sa'id, son of Oljeitu; il-khan of Persia 1316—1335: 490, 495 
AbU-Shãmah, Shihãb-ad-Din abU-1-Qasim ' Abd-ar-Rahmãn
ibn-Isma'il; Arabic historian (b. 1203, d. 1268), 5, 201n 
Abü-Sulaimãn ibn-abi-Fãnah; Arabic physician (12th C),
46 
Abydus, 383, 385, 398n, 407, 410-412, 415, 520 Abyssinians, see Ethiopians
Acerra, 520; count of, see Thomas Achaea, 428, 432, 520; princes of, see
William 
of Champlitte 1205—1209, Geoffrey I of Villehardouin 1209—Ca.
1228, William of Villehardouin 1246—1278, Charles I of Aniou 1278—1285
Achard, archbishop of Nazareth 1153—1154 (d. 1158), 109 
Achard, lord of Montmerle (d. 1099), 193n, 194n Acontano, Venetian family,
183, and see Domenico, Guy, and John Acontano 
Acre, 36, 38, 40, 43, 47—49, 56-58, 61, 66n, 71n, 
72, 75—77, 83, 84, 87, 97, 100, 101, 104n, 106, 
111, 113, 114n, 131, 144, 148, 155n, 156, 158, 
165, 167, 169, 173, 175, 176, 178n, 180, 181, 
182n, 183—185, 189, 191, 192, 198n, 204n, 205, 
215, 218—221, 224, 228, 231, 238n, 239, 242— 245, 256, 259, 260,
262, 264—266, 301, 305, 
306, 316n, 317, 319—322, 325n, 327—329, 337, 
339, 343, 348—355, 357—359, 364—370, 372, 
373, 375—377, 389—392, 395n, 396, 397, 399— 401, 405, 406,
411, 412, 424, 438, 439, 441, 
442, 444, 456, 457, 463—465, 474—479, 485, 
520, and see William; archbishop of, see 
Florent 1255—1262; bishops of, see John Ca. 
1130—1139/1147, Theobald 1188—1200, James 
of Vitry 1216—1228; commune of, 144, 168, 
229—231, 250, 376 
Adalia, 385, 520 
Adam, see William Adam 
Adam Marsh, Franciscan (fl. 1250), 489 
Adana, 194n, 385, 507, 520 
Adelaide of Montferrat, wife of Roger I of 
Sicily 1090—1101, regent of Sicily 1101—1112, 
3rd wife of Baldwin I of Jerusalem 1113— 1116 (annulled) (d. 1118),
265 
Adelard of Bath, English translator (fl. 1116— 1142), 21 
Aden, 401, 520 
Adhémar of Monteil, bishop of Le Puy 10871098: 121, 236, 239 
al-'Adid, abU-Muhammad ' Abd-Allãh, Fãtimid imam of Egypt 1160—1171:
25, 54 
al-'Adil AbU-Bakr I, Saif-ad-Din ("Saphadin") ibn-Aiyub, brother of Saladin;
AiyUbid ruler of Damascus 1198—1200, sultan of Egypt and Syria 1200-1218:
25, 40, 47 


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