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

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 688 INDEX 
al-Jibal, 144, ' 57, 158 
Jihdd (Arabic, holy war), 138, i~, i6o, 
169—171, 174, 399, 400, 403, 405; and 
Zengi, 430, 460, 517; and NUr-ad-Din, 
526, 564, 565; and Saladin, 122, 564, 568, 
571, 573, 576, 578, 579, ~8z, 6o6, 6o8 
John VIII, pope 872—882: 49, 50 note 
John X, pope 914—928: 50 
John I Tzimisces, Byzantine co-emperor 969—976: 47 note, zoz; in Syria,
88 
John II Comnenus, son of Alexius I, 
Byzantine emperor i ii8—, 143: 420, 436, 
443—446, 559; in Cilicia and Syria, 438— 440, 441 note, 445—446,
458—460, 490, 
530, ~6o 
John, St., bishop of Parma, 73 
John, bishop of Trani, 209 
John, cardinal legate, 549 
John, cardinal of St. Anastasia, legate, 347 
John, minister of Constantine IX, 195 
John Chrysostom, St., 69 
John Comnenus, nephew of Alexius I, 257, z66, 273 
John Comnenus, nephew of emperor Manuel, 541, 543, 554 
John Contostephanus, 545 
John Ducas, 197 
John Ducas, cousin of Alexius I, 319 
John Mauropus, 197 
John of Gaeta, papal chancellor, 233 
John of Salisbury, 491 
John the Orphanotrophus, 195 
John the Oxite, Orthodox patriarch of Antioch to Iioo: 309, 319, 326, 387
John Xiphilinus, ' 97 
Joinville, on Louis IX and the Assassins, 129 
Jordan river, 110, 327, 335, 339, 369, 377, 426, 579, 599, 607, 6o8, 6io;
lands east of, 385, 402, 411, 524, and see Trans.jordan 
Joscelin (of Courtenay) I, first cousin of 
Baldwin II, count of Edessa 1119—113 I: 
before iii~: 365, 389, 393—394, 397, 400, 
402, 411, 412, 414; count 1119—1122: 
407, 413—418, 452; captive 1122—1123: 
418—419; count 1123—1131: 420, 422— 429, 43!, 432, 453
Joscelin (of Courtenay) II, son of Joscelin I, 
count of Edessa 1131—115o: before ii~i: 
423, 425; count 113i—iI5o: 432, 433, 
439, 440, 444—447, 460—462, 466, 504, 
513, ~i6, 531; captive ii~o—iiS~: 517, 
533 
Joscelin (of Courtenay) III, son of Joscelin II, titular count of Edessa,
549, 551, 597, 598, 6o,, 6oz, 604 
Joscius, archbishop of Tyre, 607, 6o8 Joseph Tarchaniotes, Georgian commander
in 1o71: 192 
Jubail, 331, 364, 396, 615, 6,8 
Judges delegate, papal, 25—26 
Judith, duchess of Bavaria, 73 
Jund (Arabic, salaried warrior class), 57 
Justinian I, Byzantine emperor 527—565: 
308; laws of, 28 
JuyUsh-Beg, Turkish atabeg at Mosul to 1124: 170 
Kafar Rum, 414 
Kafarlãthã, 112, 514, 53! 
Kafartãb, 327, 390, 404, 414, 415, 420, 425, 
435, 439, 44', 444, 459 
Kafr Nã~ib, Assassin from, i i~ 
Kafr Sabt, 6io 
KãfUr, eunuch, governor at Aleppo in 
1126: 426 
al-Kahf, 119, 121, 131 
Kairawan, 42—43, 8z 
Kalb, Yamani Arab tribe, 87, 89, 91, 93, 525 
Kalbids, Arab dynasty in Sicily 948—1060: 
57—59 
Kamãl-ad-Din, Arabic historian, died 1262: 
114, 115, 121, 122, 124 
Kamãl-ad-Din al-Uasan, Assassin master in Syria about izz~: 127 
Kara Arsian, son of Dã'ud, Artukid ruler of Ui~n KaifA 1144—1166/1167:
460, 461, 5,6, ~z6 
Kara-Khanids, Turkish people, 137, 139, 140, 142, 147, i68 
Karaja, Turkish chief at Homs in 11o4: 
173, 356; son of, 174 
Karakush, Bahã'-ad-Din, commander of Acre under Saladin in ii88: ~86
Karbuqa, see Kerbogha 
Kastamonu, 355, 356 
Kavurd, son of Chagri, Selchükid ruler of Kerman, died 1073/1074: 143,
i5i, i6z 
Kayseri, see Caesarea 
Kegen, Pecheneg commander about 1048: 
183—I 84 
Kerak, or Krak des Moabites, 526, 527, ~ 566, 576, 579, 582, ~ 6i~ heiress
to, see Stephanie; lord of, see Reginald of Châtillon; to Saladin in
ii88, ~86, 6,9 
Kerbela, 100 
Kerbogha, Turkish governor of Mosul, 
died iioz: 169, 315; campaign of 1098: 
169, 171, 172, 303, 309, 315—317, 319, 
320, 322~ defeat at Antioch, 322—323, 
327 
Kerman, 96 note, 143, 147; ruler of, i~i 
Kesoun, ruler of, 388, 393, 399; under 
Armenians to 1116: 299, 403, 405; under 
Franks iii6—ii~o: 415, 420, 517, 533; 
under Moslems after ~i~o: 517, 523, 524, 533 
Khabur river, 169, 461; province of, 576 Khafajids, cUqailid Arab tribe and
dynasty, i6z 
Khalaf ibn-Mulã'ib, Arab chief at Apamea, died ,io6: lIz, 165, 173
Kharibah, 119 
Khãrijites, heterodox Moslem sect, 83 
Kharput, 171, 172, 418—420, 452 
al-Khawãbi, 119, 121, iz8, 131 


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