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ABBOT, archbishop of Canterbury, Albigenses, or Paulician sect, ii. 522;
characterand conduct of, vol. v. p. 342. cruel persecution of them, iii. 245. Abelard, Peter, author of the Scholastic Alcuin, character and works of, ii, 223.
System, iii. 81; he is condemned as a Aldhelm, account of, ii. 162. heretic, 85; attacks heresies iu ge. Alexander III. pope, confers on the car. neral, 89.
dinals the sole right of electing to the Ahgarus, story of, i. 51.
pontificate, ii. 433; iii, 55 ; orders Absalom, archbishop of Lunden, in schools to be erected, iji. 27 ; deposes Sweden, iii. 3.
emperor Frederic I. 48; is driven Abul-Faraj, an eminent Syrian writer, from Rome, ibid. ; retrieves his affairs, iii. 134.
49; extends the papal authority, 55. Abyssinia, Romish, missions to, v. 123,
VI. infamous character of, iii. 125; vi. 249; Lutheran missions, v. 229. 384; iv, 10. Abyssinians embrace the Monophysite
- VII. conduct of, v. 23; his doctrine, ii. 327; state of their church bull against Jansenius, 189. at different tiinęs, iv, 219; vi. 249,
VIII. character of, v. 91. 343.
Natulis, writes against the Acacius, bishop of Constantinople, is popish claims, v. 133. deposed, ii, 15.
Alexandria, patriarch of, one of the Academics, their impious notions, i. 30. heads of the Christian church, i. 318; Academical institutions in Europe, iii. extent of his authority in xvi cent. iv.
135; iv. 252, 283, 323. Acephali, a sect, ii. 74.
Alfred, his taste for letters, ii. 262; the Adalbert, bishop of Prague, a martyr, most learned men under him, ibid. ii, 310.
Allatius, Leo, his works for uniting the Adamiles, tenets of, i. 209.
Greek and Romish churches, v. 218. Bohemian, an account of, iji, Almamoun, khalif of Bagdad, an emia 412.
nent patron of science, ii. 259. Adrian, the emperor, a persecutor of the Almeric, an account of, iii. 140. Christians, i, 142.
Alphonso, king of Leon, an eininent paI. pope, gratifies Charlemagne iron of letters, in xiji ceni.iii. 133; the with the right of election to the see famne he acquired by his astraukumical of Rome, ii. 219.
tables, ibid. IV., arrogance of, iii. 47.
Alphonso VI., king of Naples, a zealous VI., good character of, iv. 55. promoter of learning, iii, 348. Æon, the eternal nature, i, 79.
Altenburg, conference at, iv. 291. Ærian controversy, i. 345.
Alva, duke of, a cruel persecutor of the Africans, the nature of their conversion protestants, iv, 119; Cífect of his tyin xv cent, examioed, iii. 344; in xvii
ranny, ibid. cent. v. 37.
Amalric, the absurd and impious doctrine Agnoetæ, a sect, ii, 133.
taught by him, iii. 257. Agobard, archbishop of Lyons, account Ambrose, bishop of Milan, his character, of, ii. 263, 283.
i. 323; his three books on the duty of Agricola, founder of the Antinomian ministers, 334. sect in Germany, iv. 275.
of Camaldoli, his works, iii. Albert the Great, character of, iii, 143, 393.
213; his system of divinity, 221, America, when first visited by the Eöro
peans, iii. 344 ; its inhabitants con- Anachorets, a monastic order in iv cent.
the emperor, protects the Ace-
pal church in North America, vi. 309. Anchialus, patriarch of Constantinople,
treats morality as a separate science, iii. 25.
Andreas, James, employed in reconciling
Platonists, i. 152; attempts a coalition Andronicus, the emperor, forbids all
tin, 87; an universal conversion among
opposer of the mendicant friars, iii. this conversion considered, ibid.
181; is banished, ibid. ; his works Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, im-
proves the science of logic, ii. 419;
oppose the toleration of the Menno scribed to Des-Cartes, 420; one of the
first who composed a system of divi-
Greeks, iii. 89.
and vile principles in xvi cent. and nish, and Swedish churches, ii. 250.
punishments they undergo, iv. 93. Anthropomorphités, a sect in 'x cent. ii.
iv. 379; maxim whence their pecu- Antichrist, ensigns of, what so called by
- Pius, persecution under him,
postor, i, 229.