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, Giovanni 159 Bodenstein, Andreas Rudolf → Karlstadt Bonifatius, Missionar 306 Bora, Katharina von 356 Brassicanus, Johannes Alexander 382 f. Braunschweig, Ernst von 144 Braunschweig, Heinrich von 144 Braunschweig, Otto von 144 Brück, Gregor 43, 366, 371, 374 f. Bruni, Leonardo 256 Bucer, Martin 348 Budé, Guillaume (Budaeus) 97, 288 Bueb, Adam 66, 69 f., 117 Bugenhagen, Johannes 221 Burckhardt, Stephan (Bruder Spalatins) 147–149 Burckard, Johannes 52 Busche, Hermann von dem (Buschius) 27, 253, 294, 297 Butzbach, Johannes

., Papst 63 Bonifaz VIII., Papst 67 f. 107, 129, 138, 144, 150 f., 155–162, 194, 230 Bonifaz IX., Papst 49, 183, 190 Bonizo, Bf. v. Sutri 94 f., 101, 103, 130 Bora, Katharina v. 216 Boso, Kard.diak. 95, 101–104, 133, 216 Braunschweig –, St. Aegidien, Kloster 201 Burchard v. Ursberg 219–222 Burckhardt, Jacob 21 Busch, Johannes 195, 198 f., 212 f. Busche, Hermann v. dem (Hermannus Buschi- us) 209 Caesar, C. Iulius 21, 191 Caldinus, Johannes → Johannes Caldinus Calixt II., Papst 1, 95 f., 100, 131, 134, 218 Calixt (III.), Papst (Johannes v. Struma) 115, 133 f. Calvin

cerimoniis aulae Byzantinae, ex ree. Jo. Jac. Reiskii, Bonnae 1829 (Bonner Corpus). s. De administrando imperio . . . Dessau, Herrn., Inscriptiones latinae selectae I/HI. Berlin 1892/1916. Diocleas presbyter, De regno Slavorum, in: Jo. Lucius, De regno Dalmatiae . . . Amstelod. 1666 (folio). Dionysios v. Telmahre (f 845), Chronique, éd. J. B. Chabot, Paris 1895 = Bibliothèque de l'École des Hautes Études, 112. Einhardus, Vita Karoli imperatorie: MGH SSII, 443/63. Ekkehardus, Casus Sti. Galli (191/971): MGH SS H, 74/147. Elias v. Nisibis, interpret. E. W. Brooks

˙ , al-Bitruji (2. Hälfte 12. Jh.) 68 Boccaccio, Giovanni († 1375) 140, 141, 142, 143, 146, 150 Boethius, Anicius Manlius Severinus († 524) 68, 69, 74, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91 Anm. 79, 94, 134, 138, 139 Bologna, O. 30 Anm. 47, 33 Bonatti, Guido († 1296/97) 27, 133, 145 Bononia siehe Bologna Brahe, Tycho († 1601) 177, 182 Anm. 35, 187 Anm. 65, 188 Anm. 68 Brucker, Jacobus (18. Jh.) 19 Bugufarus siehe Abū Ma῾šar Burckhardt, Jakob († 1897) 29 Burkhart von Worms, Bf. von Worms (1000–1025) 17 C Caesar, Gaius Julius, Konsul (59 v. Chr.– 45 v. Chr.), Diktator

tithes ;• the synod of the province of Mainz in IOz8 authorized the hot iron in a case of murder ;4 that of Elne in 1065 recognized it; that of Auch in 1o68 confirmed its use; a penitential of the same period in Bohemia ordered the ordeal for those who pleaded ignorance when accused of marrying within the pro- hibited degrees ;5 Burckhardt, Bishop of Worms, whose col- lection of canons enjoyed high authority, in 1023 assisted at the Council of Selingenstadt, which directed its employment, and in his penitential he prescribes five years' penance for en- deavoring

322 Borsche, Tilman 212 Borst, Arno 180 Boscius, Lonaeus 278 Botero, Giovanni 52-53 Bouché-Leclercq, Auguste 19,181, 239, 248 Bowden, Mary Ellen 304 Boyle, Robert 298,304,306 Brahe, Tycho 75, 79, 96, 104, 108, 163, 185, 204 Brant, Sebastian 263 Bredekamp, Horst 13,267 Bremmer, Jan N. 303 Brind'Amour, Piene 19,29 Brucker, Jakobi 297 Bruno, Giordano 291 Brunschwig, Jacques 174 Bubner, Rüdiger 224 Bucher, Hans 57 Buck, August 180, 300, 304 Burckhardt, Jakob 282 Burke, Peter 49 Burmeister, Karl Heinz 48, 62, 139-141 Burnett, Charles 54, 239

; consuls and, 178– 79, 196; episcopal system and, 179; iudices and, 179; landowners and, 178; prominent families of, 178; Roman law and, 58 Bordone, Renato, 13, 162, 189 Bostoli family, 185 Brescia, 152, 155, 188– 89, 194– 95, 197 Brolo, Mosè del, 52– 53 Brusco, Amico, 84, 163 Burckhardt, Jacob, 4 Burri family, 39, 42– 44, 46, 49, 62, 192 Burro, Eriprando, 42 Burro, Gigo, 44 Burro, Malastreva, 42, 44, 49, 51 Burro, Ottone di Amedeo, 44 Buscheto, architect, 71 Byzantines, 70, 89, 93, 153 Cacainarca, Gregorio, 51 Cacainarca, Guilielmo, 51 2 86 Index Cacainbasilica

the various writers of the Middle Ages"—see A. H. Gilbert, Machiavelli's Prince and Its Forerunners, and L. J. Walker, The Discourses of Niccolo Machiavelli. Professor Felix Gilbert in his quite recent essay has not referred to any medieval sources, "Florentine Political Assumptions in the Period of Savonarola and Soderini," Jour, of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, xx (1957), 187-214. For more on this see below, n. 141. For Jacob Burckhardt, see Die Kultur der Renaissance in Italien, vol. ν of the Gesamtansgabe, ed. by Werner Kaegi, p. 4. 11 A. O

f., 59, 68, 77, 88, 93, 96, 103—105, 109 f., 113, 1171., 120—122, 131, 133 f., 137, 140, 144, 162, 173, 182 f., 190, 192, 195, 199, 207, 214, 216, 218, 222 f., 227 f., 231 f., 306, 332, 334, 406, 608, 612. Brunus, K., 263. Brutus, G. M., 37, 69 f., 611. Bucer, M., 619. Buchanan, G., 147, 172—174, 197, 225 f., 258, 306, 331, 344, 616. Buckle, H. Th., 362, 521, 577—580, 581, 585. Buffon 604. Bullinger, H., 208, 260—262, 625. Bünau, H. Graf v., 317 f., 389, 629. Buonaccorsi, B., 88. — F. (»Callimachus «) 69, 243, 623. Burckhardt, J., 15, 57, 499

Roman Private Law. Cambridge, 1931. . Textbook of Roman Law from Augustus to Justinian·, 2nd ed., Cambridge, 1932. . and A. D. McNair. Roman Law and Common Law: A Com­ parison in Outline. Cambridge, 1936. Buisson, Ludwig. Potestas und Caritas. Die papstliche Gewalt im Spatmittelalter. Cologne, 1958. . Konig Ludwig IX. der Heilige und das Recht. Freiburg, 1954· Burckhardt, Jacob. Die Kultur der Renaissance in Italien. Vol. ν of the Gesamtausgabe, ed. Werner Kaegi. Stuttgart, Berlin, and Leipzig, 1930; also Vol. 111 of Gesammelte Werke. Basel, 1955. . The