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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 756

 756 A HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES 
  1473, queen of Cyprus 1473—1489 (d. Cremona, 693, and see Francis,
Guiscard 
  1510), 322 note, 387—393, 505, 675 Crete, 140, 262, 282, 283, 285,
287, 293, 
Cornaro, Daniel, Venetian envoy (in 1387),  331, 334, 338, 356, 648, 693;
archbishop 
  246  of, see Peter Thomas; crusaders from, 101; 
Cornaro, George, son of Mark (ft. 1488),  individuals from, 88, 312, 651;
soldiers 
  393  from, 335 
Cornaro, Mark, Venetian envoy (fl 1450), Crimea, 13, 48, 61, 540, 542, 648,
693 
  386, 387, 391, 392; wife of, see Florence Crispo, Florence, granddaughter
of John IV 
 Crispo (d. after 1444)  Comnenus of Trebizond; wife of Mark 
Cornaro, Peter, lord of Argos and Nauplia  Cornaro (m. 1444), 387 
  1377—1388: 242, 247; wife of, see Marie Crispo, James I, duke of
the Archipelago 
  ofEnghien(d.by 1393)  1397—1418: 266 
Corneillan, 692, and see Peter Cros, see Peter de Cros 
Cornellâ (de Llobregat), 692, and see Ber- Crusades, see First crusade,
Second crusade, 
 nard of Cornellà  Third crusade, Fourth crusade, Fifth cru 
Coron, 18, 67, 118, 142, 146, 150, 151,  sade, Baltic crusade, Albigensian
crusade, 
  157, 159, 160, 163, 164, 263, 692; bish-  Tunisia, Nicopolis, Varna, Anti-Hussite
 ops of, see Andrew, George, Peter Thom-  crusades; see also Passagium, Counter-
 as; canon of, see Grifon of Arezzo; castel-  crusade, Jihdd 
 lan of, 245, 248, 261, 264, and see P. Cuarte, Liano de, 401, 693 
 Pisani; chancellor of, 149 Cuenca, 416, 669, 693 
Corsica, 196, 692 Culan, 693, and see Peter 
Corsini, John, Florentine moneylender (fl. Cullera, 431, 693 
  1390), 311 Cutanda, 404, 693 
Corvinus, see Matthias Corvinus; see also Cyclades, 287, 693 
 John Hunyadi Cydones, Demetrius, see Demetrius Cydones 
Corycus, 320, 323, 353, 357, 376, 692, and Cyparissia, see Arcadia 
 see Oshin Cyprus, 693, and see Jacob; under Greeks to 
Cos, 120, 283—287, 289, 291, 293 and note,  1191: 669; under Lusignans
1191—1473: 
 304, 306, 311, 317, 319, 321, 331, 338,  3, 12—14, 16, 18, 40 note,
58, 74, 76, 
 675, 676, 692; lord of, see Vignolo de'  133, 142, 145, 147, 280, 282, 284—286,
 Vignoli; preceptor of, 297; town of, see  290, 292, 298, 299, 306, 308,
309, 317, 
 Narangia  318, 320, 322, 340—389, 394, 460, 489, 
Cossacks, 581  492, 495—497, 501, 503, 519, 522, 648— 
Côte d'Or, 650, 692  651, 653, 664, 665, 672—675; under Cath
Coucy (-le-Château), 692; count of, see En-  erine Cornaro 1473—1489:
322 note, 
 guerrand VII  389—393, 505, 675; under Venice 1489— 
Councils, ecumenical, 54—57, 64, 65, 77,  1571: 331, 393—395,
675; under Turks 
 89—93, and see First Lateran (1123),  after 1571: 661, 662; auditor
of, see A. 
 Fourth Lateran (1215), Lyons (1245,  Cornaro; chamberlains of, see Thomas
(of 
 1274), Constance (1414—1418), Basel  Morea), Rizzo di Marino; chancellor
of 
 (1431—1449), Ferrara-Florence (1438—  see Philip of Mézières;
constables of, see 
 1445); see also Pisa (1409)  Aimery and Guy de Lusignan, Carceran 
Counter-crusade, 662—666 
Suarez, P. Davila; kings of, see Lusignans; 
Courland, duchy, 585 see also Alexius; Mahone of, 370; precep 
Courtenay, 109, 692, and see Baldwin, tor of, 305; queens of, see Charlotte
de 
Catherine, Philip 
Coutances, 693; bishop of, see Philibert (of Lusignan, Catherine Cornaro;
regents of, 
 see Amalric, John, and Peter de Lusignan, 
 Montjeu) John of Brie; seneschal of, see Philip of 
Cracow, 15, 355, 580, 583, 630, 693; bish- Ibelin; stewards of, see J. Gorap,
T. Gurri op of, see Z. Olesnicki; duke of, see Henry 
Cyrenaica, 460, 462, 471, 475, 481, 693 
(III of Silesia) 
Crambusa, 16, 693 Cyriac (Pizzicolli) of Ancona, Italian hu 
Crécy (-en-Ponthieu), 693; battle of (1346),  manist (d. a. 1450),
97 
 191 Czechs, Slavic people, 553, 581, 587—646 


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