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Hazard, H. W. (ed.) / The art and architecture of the crusader states
(1977)

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INDEX 
' Abbasids, Arab caliphal dynasty at Baghdad ' Am as-Sultan, fountain (east
of Jerusa 
  749—1258: 150, and see Harun ar-Rashid   lem), see Fountain of Elisha
  786—809 ' Am Karim, 113, 356 
' Abdul-Jelil (' Abd-al-Jalil), mosque (former Ainslie, Robert, British ambassador
to 
  church) at Rhodes, 246   Turkey (19th C), 72 
Abel, Felix Marie, Dominican, 72, 262, Aiytibids, Kurdish dynasty in Egypt
(1169) 
  284—286  and Syria 1174—1252; 272, and see 
Abü-Ghosh, 112, 113, 122, 123, 259—261,   Saladin (1169) 1174—1193,
al-'Adil 
  322 (pl. XXXIV), 323 (p1. XXXV), and   1200—1218; see also an-Nãsir
Dã'Ud, 
  see Qaryat al-'Inab   as-Sãlih Ismã'il, Shirkuh, az-Zãhir
Ghãzi 
Achaea, principality, 217; princes of, see ' Ajltin, 151, 356 
 William (I) of Champlitte 1205—1209, Akhiropietos, church at Lambousa,
183 
 Geoffrey I of Villehardouin 1209—ca. ' Akkãr, 31, 356 
  1228, Geoffrey II Ca. 1228—1246, Wi!- Akova, 220, 356 
 ham (II) 1246—1278 Akrotiri, 356; church at, 181 
Achard, archbishop of Nazareth (d. 1158), ' Alã'-ad-Din Kai-Kobad
I, Selchiikid sultan 
  103   of RUm 1220—1237: 164 
Achard (d'Arrouaise), Augustinian prior of Alamania, see Dominic de Alamania
 the Temple 1115—1135: 86 Alaya, 164, 356 
Acre, 4—11, 13—15, 18, 19, 25—27, 31, 35, d'Alechamps,
French antiquary (16th C), 
  105, 113—115, 130n, 131, 133—136, 142,   241 
  159—161, 192, 193, 210, 230, 252, 261, Aleman, see William l'Aleman
  264—268, 274, 276, 278—280, 286, 288, Aleman de la Rochechenard,
Charles, 
 311 (p1. XXIIIb), 314 (pl. XXVI), 315  Hospitaller prior of St. Gilles (in
1511), 
 (p1. XXVII), and see Bernard and   245, 249 
 Nicholas of Acre; bishop of, see James of Aleppo, 124, 150, 162, 356; ruler
of, see 
 Vitry; cathedral of, see Holy Cross;  az-Zãhir Ghãzi 1193—1216
 churches at, 73, 105, 114, 115, 178; fall Alessio, see Lesh 
 of (1291), 166, 174, 176, 194n, 197, 200, Alexandria, 43, 67, 356; University,
135 
 206, 277, 279 Alexius I Comnenus, Byzantine emperor 
Acrocorinth, 216, 217, 356  1081—1118: 204 
Acropolis, 211, 216, 356 Alfonso X ("the Wise" or "the Learned"), 
Adalia, 164, 187, 356  king of Castile and Leon 1252—1284: 12 
Adam of Antioch, crusader (fl. 1100), 185 Algeria, 52, 356 
al-'Adil Abu-Bakr I, Saif-ad-Din ' All ibn-al-'Abbãs, Arabic physician
(d. 
 ("Saphadin"), brother of Saladin; Aiyu-  994), 21 
 bid sultan of Egypt and Syria Alice, daughter of Henry II of Champagne;
 1200—1218: 149, 151, 160   wife of Hugh I of Lusignan 1208—1218
Adrianople, 208, 209, 356   (d. 1246): 166, 169 
Adriatic Sea, 66, 356 Alignan (-du-Vent), 357, and see Benedict 
Aegean Sea, 287, 356; islands of, see  of Alignan 
 Archipelago Alimnia, 240, 357 
Agnes, princess (of Achaea), see Anna Alpheus river, 211, 220, 357 
 Ducaena Amadeo VI ("the Green Count"), count of 
Agony, grotto of the, on Mount of Olives,  Savoy 1343—1383: 43 
 55, 96 Amadeo VIII, grandson of Amadeo VI; 
Agram, 356; bishop of, see Paul  count of Savoy 1391—1416, duke 
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