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Hazard, H. W. (ed.) / Volume III: The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
(1975)

Index,   pp. 736-813 PDF (17.3 MB)


Page 754

 754 A HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES 
Chernornen, 691; battle of (1371), 145, Clement IV (Guy Fulcois), pope 1265—
 301, 673  1268: 36, 530, 531 
Chieri, 250, 691 Clement V (Bertrand de Got), pope 1305— 
China, 11, 266, 514, 515, 521, 526, 532,  1314: 10, 11, 42 note, 44, 108,
176, 
 539—541, 691  181—183, 191, 281, 285, 344, 346, 348, 
Chinggis (Genghis Khan, Ternüjin), great  355, 538, 539, 542, 672 
 khan of the Mongols 1206—1227: 490 Clement VI (Peter Roger), pope
1342— 
 note, 517  1352: 12, 13, 57—65, 73, 132, 133, 135, 
Chioggia, 197, 691; war of, 220, 363  192, 193, 294, 295, 351, 672 
Chios, 59, 60, 62, 63, 65, 67, 83, 120, 282, Clement VII (Robert of Geneva,
son of 
 288, 295, 297, 306, 308, 312, 321, 328,  Amadeo III), pope at Avignon 1378—
 652, 659, 691, and see Leonard; channel  1394: 20, 149, 151—153, 303,
304, 310 
 of, 331; lords of, see Benedict and Martin Clement "VII" (Julius de' Medici,
cousin of 
 Zaccaria; Mahona of, 328  Leo X), pope 1523—1534: 339 
Chisvert, 430, 691 
Cleopatra "de Lusignan," daughter of John 
Chomutov, 590, 602, 608, 691 
II and Helena Palaeologina (d. in infancy), 
Chotesov, 637, 691 
377 
Christ, order of, 419 
Clermont (de l'Oise) 692, and see Beatrice, 
Christburg, 573, 584, 691; peace of (1249), Louis (2) 
 572—574 Clermont (in Auvergne), 3, 13, 398, 399, Christian, bishop
of Prussia 1215—1245: 403, 404, 467, 548, 692; council of 
 565, 566, 569, 570 (1095), 396, 454, 667 Chronicle of the Morea, 112, 114—117,
119, 
Clermont (in Greece), 111, 165, 692 
121, 122, 127, 128, 131, 132, 135, 142, 
Cluny, 692; abbot of, see Peter the Vener 
143, 146, 147 and note, 204 note 
able; monks of, 399 
Chronicon maius, 83 and note, 84, 89, 657, 
Coccinus, Philotheus, see Philotheus Coc 
and see M. Melissenus 
 cinus 
Chrysoloras, John, son of Manuel; Byzan 
  Coeur, Jacques, French merchant (d. 1456), 
 tine envoy (in 1409), 88  498, 649 
Chrysoloras, Manuel, Byzantine humanist 
Coimbra, 402, 406—408, 410, 692; dukes 
(d. 1415), 88, 90 
of, see Peter, John 
Chu river, 529, 691 
 Coin, 451, 692 
Cid (El Cid Campeador), see R. Diaz 
Collo, 476, 477, 671, 692 
Cid Hiaya, see Yahyâ an-Naiyar 
Cigala, Nicholas, Genoese agent of Aragon Cologne, 621, 632, 692; archbishop
(and 
 (in 1248), 472 elector) of, see Dietrich (of Mars) 
Columbus, Christopher, Genoese explorer in 
Ciicia, 54, 286, 293, 294, 299, 344—347, 
 358, 376, 489, 501, 505, 649, 667—669,  service of Spain (d. 1506),
11,666,676 
 691, and see Armenia, Ciician Comnena, Anna, daughter of Alexius I; By 
Cily, 691; count of, see Hermann II  zantine historian (d. after 1148), 30
Cinca river, 403, 404, 409, 691 Comnenus, see Alexius I, John II, John IV,
Cinco Villas, 403, 691  Manuel I; see also John and Thomas Ducas 
Circassia, 691; Mamluks from, 486 note,  (Angelus) "Comnenus," Anna Comnena
 502, 505, and see Mamluks, Burji Como, 692, and see Benedict Asinago 
Cisneros, 691, and see F. Jimenez Compostela, 692; archbishop of, see Peter
Cistercians, order, 418, 557, 558, and see  Gudestéiz 
 Berthold (of Loccum), Christian, Diego Condulmer, Francis, nephew of pope
Eu 
 Velázquez, Raymond (of Fitero)  genius IV; cardinal-priest 1431—c.
1445, 
Ciudad Real, 421, 691  cardinal-bishop of Porto a. 1445—1453: 
Civitavecchia, 327 note, 339, 691  655 
Clairvaux, 692; abbot of, see Bernard Condulmer, Gabriel, see Eugenius IV
Clarion "de Lusignan," see Charles "de Lu- Conigliera, 20, 481, 692 
 signan" Conominas, John, Greek conspirator (in 
Clavelli, Dragonet, Rhodian official and  1379), 218 
 moneylender (d. 13 14/5), 311 Conrad (of Daun), archbishop (and elector)


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