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Aachen
411, 416, 417, 457. See Aix-la-Chapelle.
Aaland Islands
1026, 1774, 2048, 2055, 2056; convention, 1709, 1820.
Aarau, peace of
749.
Aargau
546, 546, 625.
Aaron, biblical leader
104.
Aar River
540.
Aba, Nigeria
2554, 4323.
Abacha, Sani, Nigerian leader
4326, 4371, 4371, 4371, 4372, 4373.
abacus
851.
Abadan
2764, 3815, 3820.
Abahai, son of Nurhachi
852.
Abaqa, Ilkhanid leader
305.
Abascal y Sousa, José Fernando, colonial administrator
1648, 1649.
Aba Women's War, Ogu Umunwanyi
2559, 2559.
Abaza Hasan Pasha, governor of Aleppo
803, 803.
Abbadid dynasty
475, 475.
Abbadie, Antoine T. d', explorer
1508.
Abbans, Claude de Jouffroy d'
989.
Abbas I, the Great
575, 579, 799, 800, 812, 813, 813, 813, 814, 814, 814, 814, 814, 815, 815, 815, 815, 816.
Abbas II, shah of Persia
816, 816, 816.
Abbas III, shah of Persia
817.
Abbas, Ferhat, Algerian leader
3925, 3927, 3928, 3933.
Abbas al-Mahdi, imam of Yemen
820.
Abbas Hilmi I, governor of Egypt
1367.
Abbas Hilmi II, khedive of Egypt
1373, 1374, 1748.
Abbasid dynasty
276, 278, 279, 281, 281, 281, 285, 289, 291, 291, 291, 292, 292, 292, 292, 292, 292, 292, 292, 292, 292, 293, 293, 294, 294, 294, 295, 295, 296, 296, 296, 296, 297, 297, 297, 297, 297, 297, 298, 299, 299, 300, 300, 300, 300, 301, 303, 304, 317, 317, 318, 318, 319, 319, 331, 343, 411, 419, 419.
Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad, poet
2426.
Abbas Mirza, heir apparent to Iranian throne
1349.
Abbeville, France
2585, 2585.
Abbey Theater, Dublin
1868.
Abbott, John J. C.
1635, 1635.
Abbud, Ibrahim, Sudanese leader
4404, 4404.
ABC powers
2238; treaty, 2270.
Abd al-Aziz, Saudi emir
820.
Abd al-Aziz al-Fishtali, Moroccan writer
823.
Abd al-Aziz ibn Sa’ud, Saudi ruler
1362.
Abd al-Fattah Fumani, Iranian historian
815.
Abd al-Ghani al-Nabulusi, Damascene scholar
807.
Abd al-Hamid ibn Badis, religious leader
2423.
Abd al-Hamid Sa‘id, Egyptian leader
2358.
Abd al-Husayn Hazhir, Iranian leader
3813.
Abd al-Husayn Mirza, writer
1352.
Abd al-Ilah, regent of Iraq
2406, 3878.
Abdali tribe
819, 819, 819. See Durranis.
‘Abd al-Karim ben Jame, Wadai leader
871.
Abdallah, emir of Transjordan
2395, 2396, 2396, 2397, 2397, 2397, 2398, 2398, 2398.
Abdallah, Saudi emir
1358.
Abdallah, sheik, ruler of Kuwait
3896, 3897.
Abdallah, sultan of Morocco
824.
Abdallah, Ahmed, Comoros leader
4415, 4415, 4416.
Abdallah al-Ghalib, ruler of Morocco
823.
Abdallah al-Mahdi, imam of Yemen
1358.
Abdallah al-Nasir, imam of Yemen
1359.
Abdallah al-Sabah, sheik of Kuwait
1361.
Abdallah al-Sallal, Yemenite leader
3892.
Abdallah ibn al-Zubayr, Umayyad challenger
289.
Abdallah ibn Faysal, Saudi emir
1361, 1361, 1361.
Abdallah ibn Idris al-Sanusi, Muslim teacher
2420.
Abdallah ibn Rashid, Arab ruler
1359.
Abdallah ibn Sabah, sheik of Kuwait
820.
Abdallah ibn Thunayn, Saudi emir
1359.
Abdallah ibn Yasin, Almoravid leader
344.
Abd al-Malik, ruler of Morocco
823, 823.
Abd al-Malik, Umayyad caliph
290, 290, 290.
Abd al-Ma'mun, Almohad leader
322.
Abd al-Muhsin al-Sa‘dun, Iraqi leader
2400, 2402.
Abd al-Mu'min, Almohad leader
322.
Abd al-Muttalib, sharif of Mecca
1334.
Abd al-Qadir, Algerian leader
1375, 1376, 1382, 1382, 1382.
Abd al-Qadir, leader of Futa Toro
872.
Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani, Sufi leader
303.
Abd al-Qadir al-Maraghi, musician
307.
Abd al-Qadir ibn al-Sharif, Sufi leader
1381.
Abd al-Rahim Talibov, Iranian reformer
1351.
Abd al-Rahman I, emir
419.
Abd al-Rahman al-Ghushtuli, Ramaniyya Sufi leader
829.
Iryani, Abd al-Rahman al-, Yemenite leader
3892, 3893, 3894.
Abd al-Rahman al-Jabarti, historian
1367.
Abd al-Rahman al-Kawakibi, Arab nationalist
1347.
Abd al-Rahman ibn Faysal, Saudi emir
1362.
Abd al-Rahman ibn Khaldun, political theorist
323.
Abd al-Rahman Khan, ruler of Afghanistan
1355, 1355, 1355, 1355.
Abd al-Rahman Najjar Zada Tabrizi, writer
1353.
Abd al-Rahman Shahbandar, Syrian leader
2376.
Abd al-Rahman Shukri, poet
2426.
‘Abd al-Ra'uf, reformer
839.
Abd al-Ra'uf al-Sinkili, Sumatran leader
580.
Sanhuri, Abd al-Razzaq al-, Egyptian leader
3902.
Abd ar-Rahman, emir of Afghanistan
1108.
Abd ar-Rahman, Sanchol
419.
Abd ar-Rahman II, emir
419.
Abd ar-Rahman III, emir
419, 419.
Abd'ashtart, king of Tyre
109.
Abdeel tribe
127.
Megrahi, Abdel Basset Ali al-, terrorist
3949.
Abd-el-Krim, Riffian leader
1921.
Abdera
186.
Abdin Palace, Egypt
2368.
Abdmilkot, Babylonian leader
109.
Abdoulkarim, Muhammad Taki, Comoros leader
4410, 4416.
Abdul Aziz, sultan of Morocco
978.
Abdulaziz, Ottoman sultan
1335, 1337, 1341.
Abdul Halim Muazzam, sultan of Kedah and ruler of Malaysia
4112.
Abdulhamid I, Ottoman sultan
809, 810.
Abdulhamid II, Ottoman sultan
957, 978, 1337, 1341, 1342, 1342, 1342, 1342, 1342, 1343, 1343, 1345, 1346, 1347, 1347, 1347, 1347, 1348.
Abdullah II, king of Jordan
3877.
Abdullah, Muhammad
3962, 3965, 3965, 3966, 3968.
Abdullah ibn Hussein, emir (later king) of Transjordan
3871, 3871.
Abdullah ibn Tashfin, Berber prophet
475.
Abdulmalik al-Muzaffar, the Victorious
419.
Abdulmejid I, Ottoman sultan
1331, 1335.
Abdulmejid II, Turkish caliph
2324.
Abdul-Mu'min, Berber leader
475.
Abdul Rahman, prince, Malaysian leader
4104, 4105, 4106, 4112, 4112.
Dahhab, Abdul Rahman Siwar al-, Sudanese leader
4404.
Abdul Razak, Malaysian leader
4112, 4112.
Abdur-rauf as-Singkili, Malay scholar
841.
Abe, Japanese military clan
386.
Abel, king of Denmark
461, 461.
Abel, Frederick, co-developer of cordite
984.
Abel, Niels, mathematician
1039, 1039.
Abel, Rudolf, Soviet spy
3276.
Abélard, Peter, theologian
450.
Abeokuta
1515, 1521.
Aberdeen, earl of, George Hamilton Gordon, English leader
1155.
Aberdeen, earl of, John Campbell Gordon, governor-general of Canada
1635.
Aberdeen, University of
594.
Aberhart, William, Canadian leader
2231.
Abernathy, Ralph D., civil rights activist
3415.
Abhayagiri Monastery
134.
Abhidharmakosa sastra
131, 131.
Abhira tribe
133.
Abibaal, king of Tyre
109.
Abieshu, king of Babylon
85.
Abijah, king of Judah
105.
Abiola, Kudriat, Nigerian leader
4371.
Abiola, Moshood, Nigerian leader
4371, 4371, 4371, 4373.
Abipón people
570.
Abisala, Aleksandras, Lithuanian leader
3355.
Abiyate, king of Qedar
127.
Abkhazia
2644, 3327, 3329.
Åbo, treaty of
763, 787.
abolitionist movement
877; U.S., 1575, 1576, 1577, 1583; in Latin America, 1677.
Aboriginal Justice Inquiry, Manitoba
3458.
aboriginal land rights movement, Australia
4303.
aborigines, Australia
4303, 4304, 4310, 4310, 4311.
Abortion Act, Great Britain
2778, 2788.
Abraham, biblical figure
104.
Abrahams, Peter, writer
4320.
Abrams, Creighton W., U.S. commander
4270.
Abramson, Albert, British diplomat
2396.
absolutism
761; 18th century, 578; 17th century, 584; 1800–1914, 1035; Portugal, 1064, 1065.
Abu al-Abbas, Hafsid leader
323.
Abu al-Abbas al-Saffah, Abbasid caliph
291, 292.
Abu al-Abbas Mahalli, mahdi of Morocco
823.
Abu al-’Ala' al-Ma’arri, poet
317.
Abu al-Faraj Ali al-Isfahani, poet
300.
Abu al-Firas, poet
317.
Abu al-Hasan, Marinid leader
323.
Abu Ali al-Husayn ibn Sina, Avicenna
301.
Abu Ali al-Tanukhi, writer
300.
Abu Ali Miskawayh, historian
301.
Abu al-Qasim al-Junayd, mystic
297.
Abu al-Qasim al-Shabbi, poet
2426.
Abu al-Tayyib al-Mutanabbi, poet
317, 317.
Abu Amr Uthman, Hafsid leader
323.
Abubakar, Abdusdem, Nigerian leader
4326, 4373.
Abu Bakr, Hafsid leader
287, 322.
Abu Bakr ibn Tufayl, Abbubacer
322.
Abu Dhabi
3771, 3896, 3897, 3897.
Abu Hafs Umar, Hintata leader
322.
Abu Hamid al-Darqawi, Darqawiyya Sufi leader
829.
Abu Hamid Muhammad al-Ghazali, theologian
302, 302, 322.
Abu Hanifa, legal scholar
293.
Abu Himara, Jilali al-Zarhumi
1377.
Abu Hureyra, Syria
32, 36, 36.
Abu Inan, Hafsid leader
323, 323.
Abukir, battle of
810, 1010.
Abu Mansur al-Yasa, Midrarid leader
292.
Abu Maydan al-Andalusi, scholar
322.
Abu Muhammad al-Qasim al-Hariri, writer
301.
Abu Muslim, Abbasid leader
291, 292, 292, 293.
Abu Nasr Muhammad al-Farabi, scholar
300.
Abu Nidal, PLO leader
3779, 3843.
Abu Nuwas, al-Hasan ibn Hani
294.
Abu Sa'id, Timurid leader
306, 308.
Abu Sayyaf, Philippines Muslim group
4294.
Abu Shihiri, Arab leader in Africa
1531.
Abu Simbel
93, 96, 98, 2663.
Abu Talib, uncle of Muhammad
286.
Abu Ya’qub, Almohad leader
322.
Abu Yazid, caliph
321.
Abu Ziyan, Algerian leader
1382.
Abydos
89, 91, 93, 177, 438.
Abyssinia
869; and Egypt, 1370.
Académie Française
2869.
Académie Royale des Sciences, France
640.
Academy of Arcadia, Italy
735.
Academy of Athens
274.
Academy of History, Spain
723.
Academy of Inscriptions and Belle Lettres, Paris
711.
Academy of Plato
186.
Academy of Science, Russia
786.
Academy of Science and Letters, Poland
1268.
Academy of Sciences, France
711.
Academy of Sciences, Serbia
1285.
Academy of Sciences, East Germany
3339.
Acadia
659, 920, 921, 939, 940; relocation of inhabitants, 940.
Acapulco
911, 3702.
Acarnania
168, 194, 202.
Accademia dei Lincei, Rome
638.
Accademia del Cimento, Florence
640.
Accius, Lucius, Roman playwright
229.
Accra, Ghana
876, 2558, 2558, 2559, 4322, 4322, 4326, 4344.
Aceh, Sumatra
580, 837, 837, 837, 839, 839, 839, 839, 839, 841, 4136, 4139.
Aceval, Emilio, Latin American leader
1666.
Achá, José María de, Latin American leader
1668.
Achaea
93, 113, 168, 172, 173, 174, 178, 178, 179, 184, 192, 192, 193, 204, 206, 210, 210, 210, 211, 211, 212, 233, 234, 497, 508, 564, 564, 564.
Achaean League
210, 210, 210, 210, 211, 211, 211, 212, 233.
Achaemenes, Persian chieftain
123.
Achaemenid dynasty
123, 124, 129, 208, 275.
Achaia
See Achaea.
Achard, Franz K., builder of first sugar-beet factory
987.
Acheampong, I. Kuta, Ghanaian leader
4344, 4344.
Achebe, Chinua, writer
4320.
Acheson, Dean, U.S. leader
3393, 3394, 3395.
Acheulian culture
11.
Achille Lauro
2945, 3779.
Achilleus, Aurelius, rebel in Egypt
261.
Achimoto College, Accra
2558.
Achinese people
1414.
Achoris, king of Egypt
95.
Acilius, Caius, Roman historian
229.
Acker, Achille van, Belgian leader
2821.
Acland, Richard, British politician
1856.
Acolhua people
570.
Acosta, Julio, Costa Rican leader
2286.
Acquaviva, Rodolfo, Portuguese Jesuit in India
832.
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, AIDS
See disease.
Acragas
185, 185, 190, 193, 193.
Acre
318, 320, 460, 473, 474, 505, 807, 809, 810, 1751; hospital, 460.
Acre district, Brazil
1669.
Acropolis, Athens
171, 186, 1275.
Acte, wife of Nero
248.
Acte Additionnel aux Constitutions de l'Empire, France
1033.
Acteal, Chiapas
3711.
Act for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, England
1513.
Act for the Attainder of the Rebels, England
695.
Act for the Gradual Civilization of the Indian Tribes in the Canadas
1630.
Act in Restraint of Appeals, England
586.
Action Directe, terrorist group
2874.
Action française
1905.
Actium
219, 242.
Act of 1913, U.S.
1620.
Act of 1887, U.S.
1602.
Act of Chapultepec
2603.
Act of Explanation, England
695.
Act of Grace, England
680.
Act of Havana
2599.
Act of Indemnity and Oblivion, England
674.
Act of Mediation, Switzerland
751.
Act of Settlement, England
674, 682, 694, 694, 695.
Act of Succession, England
683.
Act of Supremacy, England
586, 588.
Act of Uniformity, England
588, 589, 674, 674, 675, 695.
Act of Union
1076, 1076, 1247, 1249; Denmark and Iceland, 2060, 3084.
Act of Unity and Security, Sweden
764.
Acts of Grace, Japan
395, 396.
Acts of Union
700, 701; 1800, 702, 1051, 1051, 1051.
Adad
See Ninurta.
Adad-nirari I, king of Assyria
86.
Adad-nirari II, king of Assyria
87.
Adad-nirari III, king of Assyria
87, 87.
Adal
361.
Adalaj
334.
Adalbero, bishop of Reims
414.
Adalbert, archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen
454, 454.
Adalbert of Prague, St., missionary
491.
Adalbert of Trier
456.
Adalen
2049.
Adalia, Italian claims to
1746, 1749, 1752.
Adam, John, governor-general of India
1394.
Adamec, Ladislav, Czech leader
3133.
Adami, Eddie Fenech, Maltese leader
2968, 2969.
Adamkus, Valdas, Lithuanian leader
3357, 3357.
Adams, Abigail, wife of John Adams
947.
Adams, Gerry, Irish leader
2814, 2816, 3432.
Adams, John, U.S. president
1565, 1565, 1565, 1566, 1567; in the American Revolution, 943, 947; as vice president, 1565.
Adams, John Couch, astronomer
1040.
Adams, John Quincy, U.S. president
1574, 1574, 1574, 1574, 1575.
Adams, Samuel, American leader
943, 944.
Adams, Will, English navigator in Japan
859.
Adana
115, 315, 437, 1328, 1331, 1348, 1367.
Adansi
873.
Adballah ben Ahmad al-Mazrui, governor of Mombassa
1528.
Adda
743.
Addams, Jane, U.S. reformer
1603.
Addington, Henry, English leader
692.
Addis Ababa
1523, 1523, 1724, 1833, 1954, 2561, 2563, 2563, 2612, 4390; treaty, 1222; agreement, 4404, 4404.
 
 
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