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Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / Volume I: The first hundred years
(1969)

Index,   pp. 667-707 PDF (12.6 MB)


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 INDEX 675 
 Böri 1,28—1132, Ismã5l 1132—1135, 
Mahmud 1135—1139, Muhammad "39— 1140, Abak 1140—1154, Bahräm-Shãh,
Sevinj 
Boris, Hungarian pretender, 483; 488 
Borsa, see Roger Borsa 
Bosporus, 15o; crossing of, 184, 282, z86— z88, 353, 354, 358, 485,
486, 489, 491; shores of, 163 
Botaniates, see Nicephorus Botaniates 
Botron, see al-Batrun 
Bouillon, county of, 267; see also Godfrey 
Boulogne, counts of, 21, and see Eustace III; county of, 267; house of, ~io;
see also Baldwin I, Guynemer 
Bourbon, count of, 469, 502 
Bourges, 467, 468 note, 469; viscount of, 349, 352, 365; viscounty of, 352
Bourtzes, see Michael Bourtzes 
Braga, 33 
Branas, see Michael Branas 
Branits, 484 
Bray, see Miles, Reginald 
Brazza, 49 
Bremen, archbishop of, 493 
Brescia, see Arnold, Manfred 
Breteuil, see Walter 
Brindisi, 46, 278, 358, 491 
Brittany, ~ crusaders from, 277, 487; pilgrim from, 72 
Broyes, see Hugh Barduif 
Bruno, bishop of Segni, 391 
Bruno, founder of Chartreuse, 225 
Bruno, German crusader of iioi, 356 
Brus, see Rainier 
Bryennius, see Nicephorus Bryennius 
Buddhists, religious community, 68, 137 
Bugamo, 66 note 
Buis, see Anseim 
Bukhara, 140 
Bulgaria, 75, 185, 257; kingdom of, ' 79— 182; people's crusade in,
257, 259, z6i; 
first crusade in, 269; crusade of iioi in, 
352, 353, 359; second crusade in, 484, 
487, 489 
Bulgars, or Bulghars, Turkish people, 22, 136, 137, 177, i8z, i86, 196, 200,
261 
Bulls, crusade, of Eugenius III, 245, 246, 466—468, 475, 476 note,
478, 479, 481 
al-Bundãri, Persian historian, about 1226: 
"5 
al-Buqai~ah valley, 328, 541, 551 
Burchard, constable of Pepin of Italy, 43 
Burel, see Geoffrey Burel 
Bures, see William, Eschiva 
Burgos, 35 
Burgundy, 26, 236; bishops from, i8, 229; 
crusaders from, on first crusade, 272, 
3oi; on crusade of iioi, 346, 349, 354— 356, 358; on second crusade,
487; counts 
of, see William, Stephen; dukes of, i i, 
 and see Robert, Odo; pilgrims from, 71 BUrl, see Böri 
Burj Sibnã, 417 
Bursuk ibn-Bursuk, Turkish general in iiiS: 170, 174, 403—404, 450
al-Bursuki, see Aksungur 
Butumites, Byzantine envoy, 4oo; see also Michael Butumites 
Buwaihids, Persian dynasty in Persia and 
Mesopotamia 932—1055: 86—87, 91, 142— 146, 154—158,
i6i; see also Mu'izz-adDaulah 946—967 
Buza~ah, 413, 429, 441, 570; Assassins of, 
124; attacked by Byzantines, 439, 459; 
attacked by Franks, 412, 416, 418, 420, 
444; valley of, 424 
Buzan, Selchükids' governor at Edessa, 
died 1094: 152, 164 
Byzantine army, 88, 91, 136, 147, 178, 179, 
i8i, 191—192, 196—201; in Italy, 40, 41, 
43, 45, 48—51; in the Balkans, i8i—i86; 
defeated at Manzikert, 148—149, 192— 193; and first crusade,
271, 275, 278, 289, 
292, 319, 320, 325; and Latin states, 439, 
445, 459, 543; and second crusade, 485, 
486, 489; defeated at Myriokephalon, 
584, 594 
Byzantine church, see Church, Greek Byzantine emperors, see Justinian I 527—565,
Heraclius 1 6io—6~i, Theophilus I 8z~— 842, Basil I 867—886,
Constantine VII 
(913) ~ Romanus I (919—944), 
Basil 11(963) 976—1025, John I (969— 976), Constantine VIII 1025—1028,
Zoë 
(1028—1050), Romanus III (1028—1034), 
Michael IV (1034—1041), Michael V 
(1041—1042), ConstantinelX(1o42) 1050— 1054, Theodora 1054—1056,
Michael VI 
1056—1057, Isaac I 1057—1059, Constantine X 1059—1067,
Romanus IV ,o68— 1071, Michael VII 1071—1078, Nicephorus 
III 1078—1081,Alexiusl io8i—iii8, John 
II 1118—1143, Manuel I 1143—1180, 
Alexius II 1180—1183, Andronicus (1182) 
1183—1185, Isaac II 1185—1195 Byzantine empire: and Italy and
Sicily, 40— 51, 55—61, 67, 76, 178—181, 187; and 
Slays, 22, 179—182; Pecheneg invasions, 
181—187, 215; Uze invasions, 185—187; 
SelchUkid invasions, 144, 147—150, 159— i6o, 163, 189—193;
Norman invasions, 
19—20, 188—189, 214, 224—225, 390—391, 
407, 486; and people's crusade, 256—262, 
280—284; and first crusade, z66, 269—275, 
278—279, 284—292, 294, 296—299, 329; 
and crusade of iioi, 352—361, 366—367, 
390, 395; and Cilicia, 387, 390, 408, 439— 440, 530, ~6o; and Antioch,
88—92, 97, 
308, 320, 324, 373—374, 387—388, 391— 392, 400, 439—440,
444—447, 458—459, 
522—524, 530, 536, 539—547, 554; and 
Jerusalem, 72-77, 527, 542—544, 554—56 i, 
566, 584, 595; and second crusade, 470, 
471, 477, 480, 484—492, 495—503, 505, 
51o—5i2; and Edessa, 304, 408, ~ and 
Myriokephalon, 584, 594—595; internal 
affairs, 193—207 


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