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of Corbeil (1258), 419.
of Fulda, 305.

of Lords ( I2 43). 414-

of Meaux, 409, 414.

of Mignano, 235.

of Pans (1259), 416, 419.

- of San Germane (1230), 369.

of Verdun, 9, 56, 68, 72, 91.

of Worms (1193), 308.
Trebizond, 351.

lords of, 3153.

Tieviso, 258, 381.
Trial by combat, 424.
Tribur, Diets of, 122, 129.
Trier, archbishopric of, 270.

the archbishop of, 490.

Tripoli (Syria), 184, 188, 195, 196,

236, 461, 463.
Trivium, the, 209.
Troja, 105.

Walter, bishop of. See Walter.

Trondhjem, archbishopric of, 249.
Troubadours, the, 333, 364, 377, 397,

410, 419.
Troyes, 78, 408, 484.

bishops of, 86, 87.

Tunis, 237, 421, 427, 461, 462.
Turks, the, 8, 138, 158, 167, 168, 169,

170, 171, 172, 174, 175, 355, 387

456.



Index



525



Turks, the Ottoman. See Ottoman.

Seljukian, the. See Seljukians.

Turin, 390.

Odo of. See Odo.

Tuscany, 138, 260, 261, 269, 309, 318,

328, 380, 390, 483, 486.

feudalisation of, 118.

Marquis of. See Philip of Swabia.

the towns in, 239.

Tusculum, Counts of, 49, 59, 63, 112,

116.

destruction of, 306.

Tyre, 186, 196, 302.
Tyrol, county of, 323.

UBERTI, Farinata degli, 483.

Ueberlingen, 55.

Ugolino, cardinal, 435, 437, 439, 445

See also Gregory ix.
Ulrich, bishop of Halberstadt, 266.
Ultramarinus, Louis IV., 68.
Urabria, 380.
Universities, the, 2, 7, 10, 214, 428,

429, 430, 431, 432, 446, 447, 448.
University of Bologna, 218, 219, 255,

313, 429, 430.

Naples, 363, 431.

Oxford, 430, 431.

Padua, 430.

Palencia, 431.

Paris, 214, 313, 403, 423, 429,

430, 445, 447.
Pisa, 430.

Toulouse, 410, 414, 431.

Unstrut, battle at Hohenburg on,

124, 223.

Flarchheim on the, 133.

Uranus, Greek general, 164.

Urban n., Pope, 81, 137, 138,139, 140,

180, 182, 196, 198, 210, 229, 316.

in., Pope, 270, 271, 298.

IV., Pope, 354, 447, 484-485,

491.

Urslingen, Conrad of, 310, 319.
Usurers, Lombard, Cahorsin, and

Jewish, 426.

Utrecht, death of Conrad n. at, 59.
Henry v. at, 149.

VAL CAMONICA, the, 258.
Valdemar II. of Denmark, 264, 265,

267, 331, 371, 378.
Valdez, Peter, 215, 217.
Valence, 398.
Valencia, 469, 470, 473.
Val-6s-Dunes, battle at, 79.



Valois absorbed by Philip 1. of France,

81.

Vallombrosa, Order of, 100.
Van, Lake, 171.
Varangians, the, 163, 175.
Varaville, battle at, 79.
Vatatzes, John, 353.
Vaucouleurs, 330.
Vaudois, the, 215.
Vend6me, 76.
Venice, 39, 46, 156, 185, 188, 226,

258, 259, 262, 263, 266, 332, 337-

35. 354. 355. 459. 460, 479, 482.

St. Mark's Church at, 263.

Ventadour, Bernard of. See Bernard.
Vercelli, 260.

Verdun, treaty of, 56, 68, 72, 91.
Vermandois, the, 81, 86, 291, 293.

Herbert, Count of. See Herbert.

Hugh, Count of. See Hugh.

Verona, 29, 37, 39, 270, 381, 487.

La Chiusa di, 258.

league of, 258.

march of, 258.

Vexin, the, 81, 275, 288, 292.

Vezelai, 191, 300.

Vicelin, missionary, 226.

Vicenza, 258, 381.

Victor II., Pope, 109-112, 114.

III., Pope, 136.

iv., Antipope, 234, 256, 257,

288.

St. , abbey of, 205-206.

Victorines, 205-206.

Vidin, 164.

Vienna, Frederick n. enters, in 1237,

375-

Vienne, 145.
Vikings, the, 162 ; in Normandy, 83 ;

and Flanders, 86.
Vilaine, the, 85,
Villani (quoted), 484.
Villefranches of St. Louis, 426.
Villehardouin, Geoffrey of, prince of

Acbaia, 343, 349.
Villeneuves, 415, 426.
Viterbo, 140, 384, 482, 484.
Vitry, the assault of, 284.

county of, 87.

James of, 333.

Vittoria, 390.

Vladimir, St., 378.

Vogelweide, Walther von der, 332,

378.

Vogt, 25.
Vratislav of Bohemia, 252.



526



European History, 9 T 8- 1 273



WAGRIANS, the. 21, 226.
Waldenses, the. See Vaudois.
Wales, 9, 84. 85.
Walter of Brienne, 317-318.

the Penniless. 181.

archbishop of Palermo. 300.

bishop of Troja, 317-318.

von der Vogelweide, 332,

378.

War, private, 362, 374.
Wartburg, the. 378, 388.
Weiblingen, 221.
Weinsberg, the battle of, 232.
Welf, house of. See Guelf.

Duke of Bavaria, 137, 139.

Count (temp. Conrad III.), 233.

VI., of Bavaria, 246, 259, 268.

vii., 259.

Wenceslas in. (1230-1253), 379.
Wends, the, 5, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21, 22,

26. 37. 39. 40-
Werner of Kyburg, Count of the

Thurgau, 54.
Weser, the, 268, 373.
Westphalia, 19, 266, 268, 377.
White Friars, the, 440. See Car-
melites.

Monks, the, 204. See Cistercians.

Widukind, Saxon monk, 16, 99.

of Corvey, 25.

Wied, Rudolf of. See Rudolf, 270.
Willegis, archbishop of Mainz, 40,

41, 46.
William, Count of Holland, King of

the Romans, 388, 482, 487.
I., the Conqueror, King of Eng-
land, 8, 81, 84, 86, 115, 126, 174,

178, 235.
II., Rufus, King of England, 138,

139, 141, 275.
L, the Bad, King of Sicily, 249,

252-253, 340.
II., the Good, King of Sicily, 262,

269, 298, 301.

Hi., King of Sicily, 310.

the Pious, Duke of Aquitaine,

97.
1. or in., Tow-head, Duke of

Aquitaine, 89.
v., the Great, Duke of Aquitaine

and Count of Poitou, 52, 56, 62.
son of William v. of Aquitaine,

S3-



William, vin., Duke of Aquitaine, go.

x.., Duke of Aquitaine, 90, 280,

281.

of Apulia, Norman chronicler,
105.

of Auvergne, bishop of Paris,
422.

of Blois, archbishop of Reims,

290, 291.

of Champeaux, bishop of Cha-
lons, 145, 211, 212.

Clito, 278.

of Conches, 211.

the Great, Count of Franche-

Comtek 145.

abbot of Hirschau, 199.

of the Iron Arm, 106, 107.

archbishop of Mainz, son ol

Otto I., 25, 27, 35.

of Nangis, 414.

of Saint-Amour, 446.

of Tyre (quoted), 196.

Winchester, the Earl of, 454.

Henry, bishop of, 87.

Wittelsbach, house of, 331.

Otto of. See Otto.

Wolfram of Eschenbach, 378.

Worms, 50, lol, 124, 251, 372, 374.

Concordat of, 147, 149, 225, 307.

Diet at (1179), 266.

Treaty of (1193), 308.

WQrzburg, Diets at, 146, (1165) 257,
(1180)267; oath at, 262, 265; (1196),
3"-

XANTEN, 19, 206.
Xeres, 473.

YORKSHIRE, Otto iv. , Earl of, 319.
York. See Roger, archbishop of,

291.
Yussuf, Ameer of Andalous, 468-469.



ZXHRINGEN, the Duchy of, 222, 323.

Zallaca, battle of, 468.

Zangi, 191, 192, 195.

Zara, capture of (1202), 344, 346.

Zeir, 34,

Zimisces, John. See John Zimisces.

Zoe, Eastern empress, 165, 166, 167.

Zurich, 240.



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