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

Index,   pp. 736-813 PDF (17.3 MB)


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 INDEX 747 
Hospitaller, cardinal-priest 1538—1547: Bernard of Cornellà,
titular vicar-general of 393, 394 Athens 1386—1387: 241—243 
Benedetti, Nicholas, Hospitaller captain of Bernard of Kamenz, German landholder
(fl. Smyrna 1359—1363: 297 1240), 572 
Benedict XII (James Fournier), pope 1334— Bernard (Bernat) of Rocafort,
Catalan lead1342: 53—56, 124—126, 191, 192, 294, en (after 1305),
183 
 542 note Bernard of Vich, titular captain of Athens Benedict XIII (Peter
Martinez de Luna), (in 1374), 210 
pope at Avignon 1394—1423: 22, 88 note, Bernard William, uncle of James
I of Aragon 267, 310, 589 (d. a. 1237), 430 
Benedict Asinago of Como, Dominican pro- Bernardi (Bernat), Raymond, see
Raymond fessor (d. 1338), 48, 49 Bernardi de Sarbou 
Benedict della Scala, soldier from Verona Bernardino di Betto, see Pinturicchio
(ft. 1480), 324 Bernstadt, 627, 686 
Benedict Folco of Forli, Milanese envoy (c. Beroun, 636, 637, 686 1438),
650 Bertagna, see Lupo de Bertagna 
Benedictines, order, 548, and see Sturmi Berthold, bishop of Livonia 1196—1198:
Benevento, 686; battle of (1266), 35, 671 557 
Benjamin, chancellor in Achaea (in 1321), Berthold (V of Andechs), uncle
of Bela IV 118 of Hungary; patriarch of Aquileia 1218— Berard de Varvassa,
captain of Navarrese (in 1251: 519 
 1379), 148, 149, 233, 234 Bertrand (of Chateauneuf), archbishop of Berat,
41, 671, 686 Salerno 1349—1364 (d. by 1374), Angevin 
bailie of Achaea (c. 1350), 132, 134 
Berbers, Hamitic people, 8, 398, 401, 413, 
Bertrand du Guesclin, French warrior (d. 
421, 423, 424, 438, 460—462, 464—466, 
 468, 473, 477, 478, 483, 484; Barghawati,  1380), 18, 357 
 465; Harghi, 466; Kazuli, 464; Kumi, 466, Bertrand of Les Baux, Angevin
bailie of 
  Achaea 1336—1338, 1341—1344 (d. 
 476; Lamtunah, 465; Masmudah, 411, 
 466; Sanhãjah, 400, 461, 462; Zanãtah,  1347), 124—126,
132 
 Bertrandon of La Bnoquière, Burgundian en- 
 461, 462, 464, 470, 478, 479 
  voy (in 1433), author (d. 1459), 84 note, 
Berceo, 686, and see Gonzalo 
  98 note, 649 
Berengaria, daughter of Alfonso VIII; wife 
 Bentranet Mota de Salahia, Gascon soldier, 
 of Alfonso IX 1197—1209 (d. 1244), 424 
  lord of Livadia (in 1393), 155, 156, 223, 
Berenger, or Berenguer, see Raymond 
  224, 255, 258, 275 
Berenguer de Entenca, Catalan leader (from 
 Bertrin of Gagnac, Hospitaller (d. 1381), 
 1305), 170 note 
  304 
Berenguer Estañol of Ampurias, vicar- Bessan (from Baisãn,
in Palestine), see 
 general of Athens 1312—13 16: 173, 183  Aygue de Bessan 
Berenguer Raymond II, count of Barcelona Bessarion (of Trebizond), cardinal-priest
 1076—1096: 404   1439—1449, cardinal-bishop of Sabina 
Berezina river, 605 note, 686  1449—1449, of Tusculum 1449—146
8, of 
Berke (Khan), brother of Batu; ruler of the  Sabina 1468—1472, titular
patriarch of 
 Golden Horde 1257—1266: 526—5 29, 671  Constantinople 1463—1472:
94, 236 
Bernard, abbot of Clairvaux (d. 1153, can- Beverin, 564, 686 
 onized), 7, 552, 553, 566, 668, and see Bezdruzice, 634, 686 
 Brothers of St. Bernard Biandrate, 686, and see John 
Bernard I, duke of Saxony 973—1011: 548 Biar, 415, 431, 686 
Bernard II, son of Bernard I; duke of Sax- Billug, Abodrite prince (ft. 980),
548, 551. 
 ony 1011—1059: 550, 551 Bira, 490, 686 
Bernard, margrave of Baden 1372—143 1: Bithynia, 45, 63, 316, 686 
 621 Bizerte, 686; inlet of, 461 
Bernard Ayglier, abbot of Monte Cassino Black Death (plague, 1348—1350),
65, 195, 
 1263—1282: 38  262, 438, 488, 672 


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