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INDEX.

[Except in the case of Chapter I., which is not divided into numbered sections, the references in this index are to doth page and section. Tints 206. iv. 51 is to page 206, Chapter IV., § 51.]

  • Aaron's rod, 206. iv. 51.
  • Adder, the deaf, 172. iv. 33-4.
  • Admiration, test of, 1 50. iv. 8.
  • Afghan war, 77. ii. 43.
  • Agricola, 104. iii. 21.
  • Aisles of aspen and of stone, 151. iv. 10.
  • Alaric (son-in-law of Theodoric), defeated and killed by Clovis at Poitiers, 14; 86. ii. 49.
  • ——— the younger, 83. ii. 49.
  • Albofleda, sister of Clovis, 82. ii. 48.
  • Alemannia (Germany), 54. ii. 19.
  • Alexander III. and Barbarossa, 173. iv. 35.
  • Alfred, King, of England, religious feeling under, 35.
  • Algeria, 97. iii. 13.
  • Alphabet, the, and Moesia, 105. iii. 22.
  • Alps, the, and climbing, III. iii. 29.
  • Amiens. (1) History; (2) Town ; (3) Cathedral,
  • (1) History of:—
  • early people of, and Roman gods, 6.
  • taken by the Franks under Clodion, 445 a.d., 10.
  • manufactures of, early, 2, 3.
  • ,,swords, 193. iv. 43.
  • ,,woollen, 184, 186. iv. 41.
  • religion, and Christianity:—
  • the Beau Christ d'Amiens, 140, 174. iv. 3, 36.
  • S. Firmin the first to preach there, 300 a.d., 6, 7.
  • the first bishopric of France, 8.
  • the first church there, 350 a.d., 8, 9 ; 155. iv. 14.
  • under S. Geoffroy, 1 104-50 a.d., 198-9. iv. 45.
  • (2) The Town:—
  • country round, 3.
  • highest land near, 22.
  • manufactory chimneys, 5.
  • railway station, 1, 5.
  • Roman gate near, 23.
  • S. Acheul, chimney of, 9, 22.
  • streams and rivers of, 2.
  • the "Venice of France," 2.
  • (3) The Cathedral:
  • (a) History,—
  • books on, 145 n. iv. 5 n.
  • building of, 139. iv. 2.
  • ,,by whom? 152-3. iv. 12.
  • completion of, rhyme on the, 153 sq. iv. 12.
  • history of successive churches on its site, 155. iv. 14.
  • (b) General aspect of,—
  • as compared with other cathedrals, 137. iv. I.
  • the consummation of Frankish character, 73. ii. 38.
  • the "Parthenon of Gothic architecture," 138. iv. I.
  • (c) Detailed examination of,—
  • approaches to, which best, 144 sq. iv. 6.
  • apse, the, its height, 150. iv. 9.
  • ,,the first perfect piece of Northern architecture, 151. iv. 11.
  • choir, the, and wood-carving, 142-3 & n. iv. 5 & n.
  • façade, 168 sq. iv. 28 sq.
  • ,,the central porch,
  • ,,,,apostles of, 169. iv. 29.
  • ,,,,Christ-Immanuel, David, 168. iv. 28.
  • ,,,,prophets of, 169. iv. 29.
  • ,,the northern porch (S. Firmin), 192 sq. iv. 44.
  • ,,the southern porch (Madonna), 203 sq. iv. 48.
  • fléche, from station, 5, 6; 147. iv. 7 ; 163. iv. 58.
  • foundation steps, the old, removed, 166. iv. 27.
  • restoration of, 166. iv. 27 ; 191. iv. 43.
  • rose moulding of, 166. iv. 27.
  • sculptures of, 207-8. iv. 51.
  • ,,of virtues less good than of prophets, 188. iv.42.
  • transepts of; North, rose window, 147-8. iv. 8.
  • ,,,,sculpture of, 193 n. iv. 43 n.
  • ,,South, Madonna on, 147. iv. 7.
  • Amos, figure and quatrcfoils, Amiens Cathedral, 191. iv. 43.
  • Anchorites, early, 112, 113. iii. 29, 30.
  • Anderson, J. R., on purgatory, 211 n. iv. 55 n.
  • Angelico, scriptural teaching of, 126. iii. 46.
  • Anger, bides its time, 76. iii. 42.
  • ,,a feminine vice, 183. iv. 41.
  • ,,sculpture of, Amiens Cathedral, 183. iv. 41.
  • Angouleme, legend of its walls falling, 80 n. ii. 47.
  • Aphrodite, 43. ii. 3.
  • Apocrypha, the, received by the Church, 122. iii. 40.
  • Apostles, the, and virtues, Amiens Cathedral, 174. iv. 37 sq.
  • Arab, Gothic and Classic, 97. iii. 13.
  • Arabia, 97. iii. 13.
  • ,,power of, IO I. iii. 19.
  • ,,religion of, 102. iii. 19.
  • ,,Sir F. Palgrave's book on, 100-101. iii. 17-18.
  • Architecture, Egyptian, origin of, HO. iii. 27.
  • ,,literal character of early Christian, 141. iv. 4.
  • ,,and nature, 151. iv. 10.
  • ,,Northern gets as much light as possible, 1 39. iv. 2.
  • ,,,,passion of, 151. iv. 10.
  • ,,"purity Of style" in, 138. iv. 2.
  • Arianism of Visigoths, 14.
  • Aries, defeat of Clovis by Theodoric at, 81, 86. ii. 47, 53.
  • Armour, early Frankish, 68. ii. 33.
  • Art, the Bible asinfluencing.and influenced by Christian, 125-6. iii. 45-6.
  • ,,all great, praise, pref. vi.
  • ,,and literature, mental action of, 127. iii. 47.
  • Asceticism, our power of rightly estimating, III. iii. 29.
  • Asia, seven churches of, 97. iii. 12.
  • ,,Minor, a misnomer, 96. iii. 12.
  • ,,religious feeling of Asiatics, 35 n.
  • Assyria, ancient kingdom of, and the Jews, 1OO. iii. 18.
  • Astronomy from Egypt, no. iii. 27.
  • Atheism, barefoot figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 185. iv. 41.
  • ,,very wise men may be idolaters, cannot be atheists, 185. iv.41.
  • ,,Modern: see "Infidelity."
  • Athena, 135. iii. 53.
  • Athens, influence of, on Europe, 96. iii. 12.
  • Atlantic cable, 93. iii. 8.
  • Attila, defeated at Chalons, II.
  • Attuarii, 53, 61 n. ii. 18, 28n.
  • Augurs, college of, 109 n. iii. 26 n.
  • Aurelian, the Emperor, a Dacian, 51 n. ii. 15.
  • Auroch herds, of Scythia, 4911. ii. 11.
  • Author, the:—
  • art teaching of, 135. iii. 52.
  • Bible training of, 134. iii. 52.
  • on his own books, 134. iii. 52.
  • cathedrals, his love of, 137. iv. I.
  • conservative, pref. iv.
  • discursiveness of, 74. ii. 40.
  • on Greek myths, 135. iii. 52.
  • on Homer and Horace, 135. iii. 52.
  • religion of, 209 sq. iv. 55 sq.
  • on Roman religion, 135. iii. 52.
  • travels abroad ; earliest tour on Continent, 154. iv. 13.
  • ,, at Amiens, in early life, 166. iv. 27.
  • ,, at Avallon, Aug. 28, '82. 136. iii. 54.
  • books of quoted or referred to:—
  • Ariadne Florentina, on " franchise," 62 n. ii. 28.
  • Arrows of the Chace, letters to Glasgow, pref. iv.
  • Fiction Fair and Foul, 173. iv. 35 n.
  • Fors Clavigera, Letter 61, Vol. V., p. 22, 159 n. iv. 20 n.
  • ,,,,..65, Vol. VI., p. 157, 193 n. iv. 43 n.
  • Laws of Fesolé, pref. vi. 92-3. iii. 7.
  • Modern Painters, plate 73, 31.
  • St. Mark's Rest, 42. ii. 42.
  • ,,,,130 n. iii. 48 n.
  • ,,,,174 n. iv. 36.
  • Stones of Venice, 203 n. iv. 49 n.
  • Two Paths, 148 n. iv. 8 n.
  • Val dArno, 62 n. ii. 28 n.
  • Auvergnats, 17.
  • Avarice, modern, 173, iv. 35; 187. iv. 41.
  • ,,figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 187. iv. 41.
  • Bacteria, the, 20.
  • Baltic, tribes of the, 49, 50. ii. 11, 12.
  • Baptism, not essential to salvation, 28.
  • Barbarossa, in the porch of St. Mark's, 173. iv. 35.
  • Batavians, 78. ii. 45.
  • Battle-axe, French, or Achon, 67. ii.
  • Bayeux, Bishop of, surrender of Lord Salisbury to, 164. iv. 24.
  • Beauvais, cathedral of, 137. iv. I.
  • Beggars, how to give to, 149. iv. 8.
  • Belshazzar's feast, 190. iv. 42.
  • "Bible of Amiens," meaning of title, 197. iv. 44.
  • ———, the Holy—
  • art, as influenced by, 125. iii. 45.
  • and Clovis, 80. ii. 47.
  • contents and matchless compass of, 133. iii. 51.
  • disobedience of accepting only what we like in it, 122. iii. 41.
  • history of, and acceptance by the Church, I20I22. iv. 39, 40.
  • influence of, sentimental, intellectual, moral, 123. iii. 42.
  • inspiration of the, 129. iii. 48.
  • the "library of Europe," 119. iii. 36.
  • literature and, 124-5. iii 44.
  • S. Jerome's, 108. iii. 26.
  • study of, by the author as a child, 134. iii. 52.
  • ,,honest and dishonest, 123. iii. 42.
  • ,,one-sided, and its results, 122-3. iii. 41.
  • teaching of, general and special, 131-2. iii. 49.
  • Ulphilas' Gothic, 106. iii. 22.
  • the word 'Bible,' its meaning, 119, iii. 37.
  • quoted or referred to:—[1]
  • Gen. xviii. 25, Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right? 215. iv. 60.
  • Ex. xiv. 15, Speak unto the children of Israel, that they go forward, 159 n. iv. 21 n.
  • Deut. xxvi. 5, A Syrian ready to perish was my father, 98. iii. 14.
  • 1 Sam. xvii. 28, With whom hast thou left those few sheep in the wilderness? 109. iii. 26.
  • Ps. xi, 4, The Lord is in His holy temple, 140. iv 2.
  • Ps. xiv. 1, The fool hath said (Dixit insipiens) 185. iv. 41.
  • Ps. xxiv. Who is the King of Glory ? 174. iv. 36.
  • Ps. lxv. 12, The little hills rejoice on every side. 215. iv. 60.
  • Song of Solomon vii. 1, How beautiful are thy feet with shoes, 185. iv. 41.
  • Isa. xi. 9, Hurt nor destroy in all the holy mountain, 136. iv. 54.
  • Matt. x. 37, He that loveth father or mother more than me, 118. iii. 36.
  • , xvi. 24, Let him take up his cross and follow me, 124. iii. 43.
  • ,, xvii. 5, This is my beloved Son . . . hear ye Him, 170. iv. 30.
  • ,, xviii. 20, Where two or three are gathered together, 140. iv. 3.
  • ,, xxi. 9, Hosanna to the Son of David, 170. iv. 31.
  • Luke i. 80, The child grew . . . and was in the deserts, 109. iii. 26.
  • ,, x. 5, Peace be to this house, 176. iv. 38.
  • Luke x. 28, This do, and thou shalt live, 209. iv. 54.
  • ,, xvi. 31, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, 120. iii. 38.
  • John vi. 29, This is the work of God, that ye believe Him, 5.
  • ,, vi. 55, Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man, 185. iv. 41.
  • ,, xvii. 23, I in them, and thou in me, 183. iv. 41.
  • ,, xxi. 16, Feed my sheep, 165. iv. 26.
  • Rom. viii. 4, 6, 13, The righteousness of the law ... for to be carnally minded is death, 130 n. iii. 48 n.
  • Cor. xiii. 6, Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but in the truth, pref. vii.
  • Cor. vi. 16, I will be their God and they shall be my people, 140. iv. 3.
  • Eph. iv. 26, Let not the sun go down upon your wrath, 76. iii. 42.
  • ,, vi. 15, Your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace, 185. iv. 41.
  • James v. 7, 8, Be ye also patient, 186. iv. 41
  • Rev. iii. n, Hold fast that which thou hast, 185. iv. 41.
  • ,, xi. 15, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ, 215. iv. 60.
  • Bibliotheca, 119. iii. 37.
  • Bishops, French, in battle, 164. iv. 24. See Everard and S. Geoffroy.
  • Bittern and hedgehog, 195. iv. 43.
  • Black's atlas, 58. ii. 24.
  • Black Prince, the, his leopard coinage, 182. iv. 41.
  • ,,,,at Limoges, 183. iv. 41.
  • Blasphemy and slang, 164. iv. 25.
  • Blight, as a type of punishment, 19 1, iv. 43.
  • Boden see, the, 59. ii. 25.
  • Boulin, Arnold, carves choir of Amiens Cathedra', 143 n. iv. 5.
  • Bourges, cathedral of, 137. iv. 1.
  • Bouvines, battle of, 164. iv. 24.
  • Bretons, in France, 9, 12, 17.
  • Britain, gives Christianity its first deeds and final legends, 52. ii. 15.
  • ,,divisions of, 107. iii. 24.
  • ,,and Roman Empire, 47-8. ii. 9.
  • Brocken summit, the, 56. ii. 22.
  • Bructeri, 53. ii. 18.
  • Bunyan, John, 26.
  • Burgundy, and France distinct, 9, 12, 16.
  • ,,extent of kingdom, temp. Clotilde, 84 n. ii. 49.
  • ,,king of, uncle of Clotilde, 83. ii. 50.
  • Bussey and Gaspey's History of France, 84 n. ii. 50.
  • Butler, Colonel, " Far out Rovings retold," pref. v., 35.
  • Byron's "Cain," 125. iii. 44.
  • Byzantine Madonna, 203. iv. 49.
  • ,,scheme of the Virtues, 17411. iv. 36.
  • Byzantium, influence of on Europe, 96. iii. 12.
  • Calais, road from, to Paris, 16.
  • Callousness of modern public opinion, 76. ii. 42.
  • Camels, disobedient and ill-tempered, 184. iv. 41.
  • Canary Islands, 97. iii.
  • Cancan, the, 183. iv. 41.
  • Canterbury, S. Martin's church at, and S. Augustine, 29.
  • Canute, 99. iii. 16.
  • Carlyle, T., description of Poland and Prussia, 48 n. ii. 10.
  • ,,"Frederick the Great " quoted, 127. iii. 47.
  • Carpaccio, draperies in the pictures of, 3.
  • Carthage, 97. iii. 13.
  • Carys Dante, 174 n. iv. 36.
  • ,,,, 186. iv. 41.
  • ,,,,See "Dante."
  • Cassel, 58. ii. 24,
  • Cathedrals, author's love of, 137. iv. I.
  • ,,custodians of, 137. iv. I.
  • ,,different, French and English, compared with that of Amiens, 137. iv. I.
  • ,,plan of mediaeval, and its religious meaning, 141. iv. 4.
  • ,,points of compass in, 167. iv. 28.
  • Catti, the, 53, 60. ii. 18, 27.
  • Cattle, huge, of nomad tribes, 49 n. ii. II.
  • Centuries, division of the, into four periods, 41. ii. I.
  • Chalons, defeat of Attila at, II.
  • Chamavi, 53. ii. 18.
  • Chapman, George, his last prayer, 159-60. iv. 20-21.
  • Charity, giving to beggars, 149. iv. 8.
  • ,,indiscriminate, 187. iv. 41.
  • Charlemagne, religion under, 35 n.
  • Chartres cathedral, 137. iv. I.
  • Chastity, Amiens Cathedral, 187. iv. 41.
  • Chaucer, "Romaunt of Rose" quoted on franchise, 62 n. ii. 28.
  • Chauci, 53, 60. ii. 18, 27.
  • Childebert (son of Clovis), first Frank king of Paris, 82. ii. 48.
  • ,,meaning of the word, 82. ii. 48.
  • Childeric, son of Merovee, king of Franks, exiled 447 a.d., II.
  • Chivalry, its dawn and darkening, 69. ii. 27,.
  • ,,its Egyptian origin, no. iii. 27.
  • feudal, 87. ii. 54.
  • Chlodomir, second son of Clovis, 82. ii. 48.
  • Chlodowald, son of Chlodomir, 82. ii. 48.
  • Christ, the Beau Christ d 'Amiens, 140, 174. iv. 3, 36.
  • ,,and the doctors, 206. iv. 51.
  • ,,His life, not His death, to be mainly contemplated, 208. iv. 52.
  • ,,His return to Nazareth, 206. iv. 51.
  • ,,realization of His presence by mediaeval burghers, 140. iv. 3.
  • ,,statue of, Amiens Cathedral, 168. iv. 28.
  • ,,,,,,,,173.iv. 36.
  • ,,,,,,,, its conception and meaning, 208. iv. 52.
  • Christian," "The (newspaper), 130. iii. 48.
  • Christianity and the Bible, 108. iii. 26.
  • ,,of Clovis, 21.
  • ,,early, share of Britain, Gaul and Germany in, 52. ii. 15.
  • ,,fifth century, at end of, 87. ii. 54.
  • ,,Gentile, 121. iii. 39.
  • ,,Gothic, Classic, Arab, 108. iii. 25.
  • ,,literature as influencing, 108. iii. 26.
  • ,,mediaeval, Saxon and Frank, 35.
  • ,,modern, 27.
  • ,,modest minds, the best recipients of, 121. iii. 39.
  • ,,monastic life, 108. iii. 26.
  • ,,S. Jerome's Bible, and, 1 19. iii. 37.
  • ,,true, defined, 209. iv. 55.
  • ,,,,,,213 iv. 57.
  • ,,See "Religion."
  • Church, the first French, at Amiens, 8, 9.
  • Churlishness, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 183. iv. 41.
  • Cimabue's Madonna, 203. iv. 49.
  • Cincinnatus, 104. iii. 21.
  • Circumstances, man the creature of, 89, 90. iii. I, 3.
  • Classic countries of Europe, (Gothic, and Arab,) 96 sq. iii. II.
  • ,,literature, there is a sacred, 135. iii. 53.
  • Claudius, the Emperor, a Dacian, 51 n. ii. 15.
  • Clergymen, modern, 27.
  • ,,protestant, 115. iii. 33.
  • Climate, and nationality, 15.
  • ,,races divided by, 94. iii. 9.
  • ,,and race, their influence on man, 91. iii. 9.
  • Cloak, legend of S. Martin's, 23-4.
  • Clodion, leads Franks over Rhine and takes Amiens, 445 a.d., 10.
  • Clotaire, son of Clovis, 82. ii. 48.
  • Clotilde (wife of Clovis, daughter of Chilperic), 10, 34-5.
  • ,,education of, 84 n. ii. 49.
  • ,,the god of, 10, 14, 21.
  • ,,,,,, 87. ii. 54.
  • ,,journeys to France, 84. ii. 50.
  • ,,marriage of, 13 ; 82. ii. 48.
  • ,,mother of, 84 n. ii. 49.
  • ,,name, meaning of the, 82. ii. 48.
  • ———, daughter of Clovis and Clotilde, 82. ii. 48.
  • Clovis, King of the Franks, 10.
  • ,,birth of, 466 a.d., St,, ii. 49.
  • ,,character of, 21.
  • ,,death and last years of, 78 sq. ii. 44.
  • ,,family of, 81-2. ii. 48.
  • ,,name, meaning of the, 81. ii. 48.
  • ,,reign of, 20.
  • ,,crowned at Amiens, 481 a.d., 42. ii. 2.
  • ,,,,at Rheims, 14.
  • ,,defeat of by Ostrogoths, at Aries, 81. ii. 47.
  • ,,passes the Loire, at Tours, 32.
  • ,,and the Soissons vase, 75-7. ii. 41-3.
  • ,,summary of its events, 83. ii. 49.
  • ,,victories of, (Soissons, Poitiers, Tolbiac,) 13, 34. i. n.
  • ,,,,the Franks after his, 73. ii. 38.
  • ,,religion of:—
  • ,,prays to the God of Clotilde, 10, 14, 21 ; 87. ii. 54.
  • ,,conversion to Christianity by S. Remy, 2021.
  • ,,his previous respect for Christianity, 83 n. ii. 49 n.
  • ,,,,,,,,S. Martin's Abbey, 32.
  • ,,his Christianity, analysed, 80. ii. 47.
  • ,,Rheims enriched by, 83. ii. 49.
  • ,,S. Genevieve, Paris, founded by, 88. ii. 55.
  • ———, son of Childeric, II.
  • ,,,,,,invades Italy, 61 n. ii. 28 n.
  • ,,,,,,reign of, II.
  • Cockatrice, sculpture of the, Amiens Cathedral, 172. iv. 33-4.
  • Cockneyism, history-writing and, 21.
  • ,,'Mossoo,' 61. ii. 27.
  • ,,priests and, 184. iv/41.
  • Coinage, the Black Prince's leopard, 182. iv. 41.
  • Colchos, tribes of the lake of, 49. ii. II.
  • Cologne, battlefield of Tolbiac from, 87. ii. 54.
    Commerce and protestantism, 124. iii. 43.
    Competition will not produce art, 142 n. iv. 4.
    ,,,,and the Franks, 65 n. ii. 31.
    Constantine, Emperor, power of, 87. ii. 54.
    ,,,,lascivious court of, 103. iii. 20.
    Constantius, Emperor, a Dacian, 51 n. ii. 15.
    Courage, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 182. iv. 41.
    Covetousness, and atheism, 188. iv. 41.
    Cowardice, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 182. iv. 41.
    Creasy, Sir E., "History of England," 91-2. iii. 5, 6.
    Crecy, battle of, Edward II. fords the, 2.
    Crime, the history of, its possible lessons, 19.
    Cross, the power of the, in history, 123-4. iii. 42.
    ,,protestant view of the, as a raft of salvation, 124. iii. 43.
    Crown, the, of Hope, 186. iv. 41.
    Cyrene, 97. iii. 13.

    Dacia, contest of, with Rome, 47-8. ii. 9.
    ,,five Roman emperors from, 51 n. ii. 15 n.
    Daedalus, 158. iv. 19.
    Dalmatia, 106. iii. 23.
    Danes, the, 50. ii. 12.
    Daniel, statue, etc., of, Amiens Cathedral, 177. iv. 38 ; 189. iv. 42.
    quatrefoils: ' traditional visit of Habukkuk to,' 194. iv. 43.
    ,,the stone cut without hands, 205. iv. 51.
    Dante, as a result of the Bible, 125. iii. 44.
    ,,Christian-heathen poet, 159. iv. 20.
    ,,Virgil's influence on, 1 35. iii. 53.
    ,,quoted: "Paradise" (28), 174 m iv. 36.
    ,,,,,,(125), 186. iv. 41.
    Danube, tribes of the, 49. ii. II.
    Darwinism, 64. ii. 30 ; 195. iv. 43.
    Dates, recollection of exact, 41-2, 53. ii. I, 2, 17.
    David and monastic life, 109. iii. 26.
    ,,statue of, Amiens Cathedral, 170 sq. iv. 31.
    Dead, recognition of the, in a future life, 215. iv. 60.
    Denmark, under Canute, 99. iii. 16.
    Despair, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 186. iv. 41.
    Devil, St. Martin's answer to the, 28.
    Diocletian, retirement of, 103. iii. 20.
  • Discipline, essential to man, 214. iv. 29.
  • Dniester, importance of the, 94-5. iii. 9-10.
  • Doctor, preaching at Matlock, 130 n. iii. 48 n.
  • Douglas, Bishop, translation of Virgil, 135; 159. iii. 53; iv. 20.
  • Dove, the, a type of humility, 188. iv. 41.
  • ,,,,Isaac Walton's river, 2.
  • Dover cliff and parade, 150. iv. 9.
  • Drachenfels, district of the, 55-6. ii. 20, 22.
  • Dragon, under feet of the Christ, Amiens Cathedral, 172. iv. 34.
  • Druids, in France, 6.
  • Durham Cathedral, 137. iv. I.
  • Dusevels history of Amiens, 3 n.
  • East, geography of the, 100-101. iii. 17, 18.
  • Eder, the, 58. ii. 24.
  • Egypt, 97. iii. 13.
  • ,,The Flight into, 206. iv. 51.
  • ,,Idols, the fall of, in, 206. iv. 51.
  • ,,influence of, 101. iii. 19.
  • ,,and the origin of learning, HO. iii. 27.
  • ,,theology of, and Greece, no. iii. 27.
  • Eisenach, 58. ii. 24.
  • Elbe, tribes of the, 49. ii. II.
  • Elijah, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 192. iv. 43.
  • Engel-bach, 58. ii. 24.
  • England, dominions of (story of C. Fox and Frenchman), 91-2. iii. 5-6.
  • ,,modern politics of: Afghan war, 77. ii. 43.
  • ,,,,,,Ireland, pref. iii., iv. ; 92. iii. 6.
  • ,,,,,,Scotch crofters, 92. iii. 6.
  • ,,,,,,Zulu-land, 77. ii. 43 ; 92. iii. 6.
  • ,,pride of wealth, 93. iii. 7.
  • ,,St. Germain comes to, 45. ii. 5.
  • ,,streams of (Croydon, Guildford, Winchester), 4.
  • English cathedrals, 137. iv. I.
  • ,,character, stolid, French active, 64. ii. 30.
  • ,,language, its virtues, nobler than Latin, 162. iv. 24.
  • ,,tourist, the, ill. iii. 29.
  • ,,,,,,initial-cutting by, 152. iv. 12.
  • Ethiopia, the Lord striking, 195. iv. 43.
  • Europe, condition and history of, I — 500 a.d., 50, 86. ii. 13, 54.
  • ,,countries of, twelve, 97-8. iii. 14.
  • Europe, division of, into Gothic and Classic, 96 sq. iii. 11 sq.
  • ,,,,by Vistula and Dniester, 94-5. iii. 9-10.
  • ,,geography of, 94-100, 105-6. iii. 9-18, 22-3 sq.
  • ,,Greek part of, 96. iii. 12.
  • ,,,,imagination, and Roman order, influence of, 103. iii. 20.
  • ,,nomad tribes of, 49 & n. ii. II.
  • ,,peasant life of early, 50. ii. 13.
  • Evangelical doctrine and commerce, 124. iii. 43.
  • Everard, Bishop of Amiens, his tomb, 162. iv. 24.
  • Executions, ancient and modern, 77. ii. 43.
  • Ezekiel, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 189. iv. 42.
  • Faith, justification by, 211. iv. 56.
  • ,,media; val, 140. iv. 3.
  • ,,sculpture of, Amiens Cathedral, 185. iv. 41.
  • ,,"the substance of things hoped for," 215. iv. 60.
  • ,,symbolism of, with cup and cross, 185. iv. 41.
  • ,,and works, 208. iv. 52 sq.
  • Fanaticism, and the Bible, 1 22-3. iii. 41.
  • Fathers, the, Scriptural commentaries of, 126. iii. 46.
  • ,,theology of the, 210. iv. 55.
  • Faust, Goethe's, 8; 56. ii. 21; 125. iii. 44.
  • Favine, Andre (historian, 1620) on Frankish character, 64, 67. ii. 30, 32.
  • Feud, etymology of, 157-8 n. iv. 17 n.
  • Florence, Duomo of, 138. iv. 1.
  • Folly, sculpture of, Amiens Cathedral, 187. iv. 41.
  • Fortitude, sculpture of, Amiens Cathedral, 184. iv. 41.
  • Fox, Charles, his boast of England, 91. iii. 5.
  • ,,Dr., quaker, preaching at Matlock, 130 n. iii. 48.
  • France, Amiens and Calais, country between, 3.
  • ,,architecture of, no stone saw used, 139 n. iv. 2 n.
  • ,,books on: Pictorial History of, 35 ; 76-7. ii. 43.
  • ,,,,"Villes de France," 84 n. ii. 50.
  • ,,cathedrals of, the, 137. iv. I.
  • their outside "the wrong side of the stuff," 149. iv. 8.
  • restoration of, 202. iv. 47.
  • ,,churches of, the first, at Amiens, 9 ; 49.
  • ,,colours of the shield of, 43. ii.
  • ,,early tribes of, 9, 12, 13.
  • ,,and the Franks, 10 sq.
  • ,,geography and geology of northern, 16.
  • France, the Isle of, Paris, 213. iv. 58.
  • ,,Kings of (Philip the Wise, Louis VIII., St. Louis), 156-7. iv. 16.
  • ,,map of, showing early divisions, 13.
  • ,,Merovingian dynasty, 34.
  • ,,peoples of, divided by climates, 16.
  • ,,provinces of, 16, 17.
  • ,,Prussia, war with, 52. ii. 17.
  • ,,rivers of, the five, 13.
  • (See below, "French").
  • Franchise, 62 n. ii. 28.
  • Francisca (Frankish weapon), 68. ii. 32.
  • Frank, meaning of the word, ' brave ' rather than ' free,' 60-I. ii. 27-8.
  • Frankenberg, 58-9. ii. 24-5.
  • Frankness, meaning of, 10; 61. ii. 28.
  • ,,opposite of shyness, 62 & n. ii. 28.
  • Franks, the, agriculture, sport, and trade of, 72.
  • ,,appearance of, 70. ii.
  • ,,character of, 52, 71, 73. ii. 15, 35, 38
  • ,,etymology of word, 67. ii. 32.
  • ,,hair, manner of wearing the, by, 71,
  • ,,and Holland, 64. ii. 30.
  • ,,and Julian (defeated by him, 358 a.d.), 65 n, 71. ii. 3)
  • ,,Kings of the, 10 sq.
  • ,,modern, 35.
  • ,,race of, originally German, from Waldeck, 52, 57. ii. 15, 17, 24.
  • ,,religion of, under S. Louis, 35.
  • ,,rise of, 250 a.d., 10, 12 ; 53. ii. 17.
  • ,,settled in France, 9, 10.
  • ,,extension of power, to the Loire, 13, 14.
  • ,,,,,,to the Pyrenees, 14.
  • ,,Gaul becomes France, 99. iii. 16.
  • ,,the Rhine re fortified against them, 6 1 n., 65. ii. 28, 31.
  • ,,tribes of, Gibbon on the, 53. ii. 18.
  • ,,weapons of the, Achon and Francisca, 67-9. ii. 32, 33.
  • French character, early, 12.
  • ,,,,its activity, 63. ii. 29.
  • ,,,,its loyalty, "good subjects of a good king," 63. ii. 29.
  • ,,,,makes perfect servants, 62. ii. 28.
  • ,,,,its innate truth, 52. ii. 16.
  • French frogs, 65. ii. 30.
  • ,,liberty and activity, 63. ii. 29.
  • ,,,,equality, and fraternity, under Clovis, 76. ii. 42.
  • ,,politeness, 52. ii. 15.
  • ,,religion, old and new, 187. iv. 41.
  • ,,Revolution, "They may eat grass," 33.
  • ,,,,a revolt against lies, 52. ii. 16.
  • ,,,,and irreligion, 148, 16 1-2. iv. 7, 23.
  • Froissart, quoted, 69. ii. 33.
  • Fulda, towns on the, 58. ii. 24.
  • Future life, recognition of the dead in a, 215. iv. 60.
  • Gabriel, the Angel, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 204. iv. 50.
  • Gascons, the, not really French, 16.
  • Gauls, the, in France, 9.
  • ,,become French, 99. iii. 16.
  • ,,meaning of the word, 47 sq. ii. 8.
  • ,,and Rome, 47-8. ii. 9.
  • Gentillesse, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 183. iv. 41.
  • Geoffroy, Bishop (see " S. Geoffroy ").
  • Geometry, from Egypt, no. iii. 27.
  • Germany, Alemannia, 54. ii. 19.
  • ,,and the Franks, 13 ; 51 n., 52. ii. 15, 17.
  • ,,and Rome, 47-8. ii. 9.
  • ,,domestic manners of, 57. ii. 23.
  • ,,dukedoms of, small, 54. ii. 19.
  • ,,geography of, 55. ii. 20.
  • ,,geology of, 59. ii. 25.
  • ,,maps of, 54. ii. 19.
  • ,,mountains of, 57. ii. 23.
  • ,,railroads of, 54. ii. 19.
  • ,,S. Martin, and the Emperor of, 29-30.
  • ,,tribes, Germanic, 53. ii. 18.
  • Gibbon's "Roman Empire." (a) its general character; (b) references to it.
  • (a) its general character:—
  • contempt for Christianity, 78. ii. 44.
  • its errors, 112 n. iii. 29 n..
  • inaccurate generalization, 106 & n. iii. 23-4.
  • its epithets always gratis, 70. ii. 34.
  • no fixed opinion on anything, 65 n. ii. 31 n.
  • not always consistent, 73. ii. 38.
  • satisfied moral serenity of, 60. ii. 27.
  • sneers of, 78. ii. 48.
  • style, rhetorical, 70, 73, 80; 104. ii. 35, 37; 47. iii. 21.
  • (b) references to, in present book:—
  • on Angouleme, its walls falling (xxxviii. 53),[2] 80 n. ii. 47.
  • on asceticism (xxxvii. 72), 112 n. iii. 29.
  • Christianity (xv. 23, 33), 121. iii 131.
  • Clovis (xxxviii. 17), 78-80, 83. ii. 4.5-6, 49.
  • Egypt and monasticism (xxxvii. 6), no. iii. 27.
  • Europe, divisions of (xxv.), 106. iii. 23.
  • ,,nations of (lvi), 101 n. iii. 19.
  • Franks, the:—
  • ,,their armour (xxxv. 18), 70. ii. 34-5.
  • ,,,, aspect (xxxv. 18), 71-3. ii. 36-8.
  • ,,,, character (xix. 79, 80), 71-3. ii. 36-8.
  • ,,,, freemen (x. 73), 65 n. ii. 31.
  • ,,,, rise (x. 69), 53. ii. 17.
  • ,,crossing the Rhine (xix. 64), 65 n. ii. 31.
  • after Tolbiac (xxxviii. 24), 85. ii. 52.
  • Gnostics (xv. 23, ^), 121 n. hi. 39.
  • Justinian (xl. 2), 51 n. ii. 15.
  • miracles (xxxviii. 53), 80 n. ii. 47.
  • monasticism (xxxvii.), 109 sq. iii. 26.
  • monkish character (xxxvii. 72), H2n. iii. 29.
  • Roman Empire and its divisions (xxv. 29), 103-5. iii. 21-2.
  • Scots and Celts (xxv. 109, in), 107 n. iii. 2411.
  • Theodobert's death (xli. 103), 48 n. ii. 11 n.
  • Theodoric, government of (xxxix. 43), 86. ii. 53.
  • ,,at Verona (xxxix. 19), 87. ii. 54.
  • Tolbiac, battle of (xxxviii. 24), 85. ii. 52.
  • Gideon and the dewy fleece, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 206. iv. 51.
  • Gilbert, Mons., on Amiens Cathedral, 155. iv. 14.
  • ,,,,,,,,the bronze tombs in, 161. iv. 23.
  • Ginevra and Imogen, 43. ii. 3.
  • Giotto, scriptural teaching of, 126. iii. 46.
  • Globe, divisions of the, 93. iii. 8.
  • Gnostics, 121. iii. 39.
  • God's kingdom in our hearts, 136. iii. 54.
  • Godfrey (see " S. Geoffroy ").
  • Gonfalon standard, the, 186. iv. 41.
  • Gothic. architecture, aim of a builder of, 138. iv. 2.
  • ,,cathedral, the five doors of a, 167. iv. 28.
  • ,,classic and Arab, 101. iii. 19.
  • ,,and Classic Europe, 96. iii. II.
  • ,,wars with Rome, 103. iii. 20.
  • Goths, the: see "Ostrogoths," "Visigoths."
  • Gourds, of Amiens, 193. iv. 43.
  • Government, and nationality, 98. iii. 15.
  • Goyer, Mons. (bookseller), Amiens, 187. iv. 41.
  • Grass, pillage of, and Clovis, 32.
  • Greek, the alphabet how far, 105. iii. 22.
  • ,,all Europe south of Danube is, 96, 105. iii. 12, 22.
  • ,,imagination in Europe, 103. iii. 20.
  • ,,myths and Christian legends, 135. iii. 53.
  • Greeks, the, and Roman Empire, 49. ii. 12.
  • Greta and Tees, 58. ii. 24.
  • Guards, the Queen's (in Ireland, 1880), pref. i.
  • Guelph, etymology of, 200. iv. 46.
  • Guinevere, 43. ii. 3.
  • Habakkuk, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 194. iv. 43.
  • Haggai,,,,,,,196. iv. 43.
  • Hair, Frankish manner of wearing the, 71. ii. 36; 193 n. iv. 43.
  • Hartz mountains, 55. ii. 20.
  • Hedgehog and bittern, 195. iv. 43.
  • Heligoland, 50. ii. 12.
  • Henry VIII. and the Pope, 184. iv. 41.
  • Heraldry, English leopard from France, 66. ii. 31.
  • ,,Frankish, early, 64. ii. 30.
  • ,,French colours, 43. ii. 3.
  • ,,,,67. ii. 32.
  • ,,Uri, shield of, 48 n. ii. II.
  • Hercules and the Nemean Lion, 135. iii. 54.
  • Herod, and the three Kings (Amiens Cathedral), 205 sq. iv. 50-1.
  • Herodotus on Egyptian influence in Greece, no. iii. 27.
  • Hilda, derivation of, 82. ii. 48.
  • Hildebert, derivation of, 82. ii. 48.
  • Hildebrandt, derivation of, 82. ii. 48.
  • History, division of, into four periods of 500 years each, 41. ii. 1.
  • ,,how it is usually written, 17-19.
  • ,,how it should be written, pref. iii. 20.
  • ,,popular, its effect on youthful minds, 19.
  • ,,should record facts, not make reflections, 108. iii. 26.
  • ,,,,,,,,,, or suppositions, 115n. iii. 33.
  • Holy Land, 98. iii. 14.
  • Honour, of son to father, 157. iv. 17.
  • Hope, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 186. iv. 41.
  • Hosea,,,190. iv. 43.
  • Huet, Alexander, and Amiens Cathedral choir, 143 n. iv. 5.
  • Humanity, its essentials (love, sense, discipline), 214. iv. 59.
  • Humility, no longer a virtue, 91. iii. 4.
  • ,,sculpture of, Amiens Cathedral, 188. iv. 41.
  • Huns, the, in France, 15.
  • Idolatry and atheism, 185. iv. 41.
  • ,,figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 185. iv. 41.
  • ,,and symbolism, distinct, 174. iv. 36.
  • Illyria, 106. iii. 23.
  • Immortality, 50. ii. 13.
  • India and England, 99. iii. 16.
  • Indians, North American, 81. ii. 48.
  • Infidelity, modern, 20, 62. ii. 28.
  • ,,,,90. iii. 2.
  • Ingelow, Miss, quoted, " Songs of Seven," 44. ii. 4.
  • Innocents, the Holy (Amiens Cathedral), 207. iv. 51.
  • Inscription on tombs of Bishops Everard and Geoffroy, 162 iv. 24, 26,
  • Inspiration of acts and words, not distinct, 129-30. iii. 48.
  • ,,of Scripture, modern views of, 129-30. iii. 48.
  • Invasion is not possession of a country, 99. iii. 16.
  • Ireland and England, 1880, pref. iii., iv.; 92. iii. 6.
  • ,,tribes of, in early Britain, 107 n. iii. 24.
  • Isaiah, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 177, 188. iv. 38, 42.
  • Italy, under the Ostrogoths, 99. iii. 16.
  • Jacob's pillow, 109. iii. 26.
  • Jameson, Mrs., " Legendary Art " quoted, 24, 28.
  • Jeremiah, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 177, 189. iv. 38, 42.
  • Jerusalem, fall of, 121. iii. 39.
  • Jews, the, and Assyria, 100. iii. 18.
  • Jews, the, return to Jerusalem, 121. iii. 39.
  • ,,,,substitute usury for prophecy, 102. iii. 19.
  • Joan of Arc, 46. ii. 7; 88. ii. 55 ; 148. iv. 7.
  • Joel figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 191. iv. 43.
  • Johnson, Dr., 158 n. iv. 17.
  • Jonah, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 192-3. iv. 43.
  • Julian, the Emperor, rejects auguries, 109 n. iii. 26.
  • ,,,,and Constantius, 65 n. ii. 31.
  • ,,,,death of, 363 a.d., 116, 118. iii. 34, 36.
  • ,,,,defeats the Franks, 358 a.d., 71. ii. 35.
  • ,,,,refortifies the Rhine against the Franks, 61 n. ii. 28.
  • ,,,,and S. Martin, 25.
  • ,,,,victory of, at Strasbourg, 71. ii. 35.
  • Justinian, a Dacian by birth, 51 n. ii. 15.
  • ,,means " upright," 51 n. ii. 15.
  • Kaltenbacher, Mons., photographs of Amiens Cathedral, 201. iv. 47.
  • Karr, Alphonse, his work and the author's sympathy with it, 37-40.
  • ,,,,his 'Grains de Bons Sens,' '
  • Bourdonnements,' 37-40.
  • Kempis, Thomas a, 125. iii. 44.
  • Kingliness, 77. ii. 43.
  • Kings, the three (Amiens Cathedral), 205-7. iv. 50-51.
  • Knighthood, belted, meaning of, 70. ii. 34.
  • Knowledge, true, is of virtue, pref. vii.
  • Laon cathedral, legend of, and oxen, 183 n. iv. 41 n.
  • Latin and English compared, 162. iv. 24 sq.
  • Law, the force of, and government, 99. iii. 15.
  • ,,old and new forms of, 77. ii. 43.
  • Lear, King, story of, reduced to its bare facts, 17-19.
  • Legends, whether true or not, immaterial, 24, 25, 29; 135. iii. 54.
  • ,,modern contempt for, 200. iv. 46.
  • ,,rationalization of, its value, 80 n. ii. 47.
  • Leopard, English heraldic, 66. ii. 31.
  • Leucothea, 43. ii. 3.
  • Liberté, Egalite, Fraternite, 76. ii. 42.
  • Liberty, and activity, 63. ii. 29.
  • ,,and "franchise,"' 60, 62 n. ii. 27, 28 n.
  • Libya, 97. iii. 13.
  • ,,and Vandal invasion, 99. iii. 16.
  • Lily on statue of David, Amiens Cathedral, 171. iv. 32.
  • Limousins, 16, 17.
  • Lion, under feet of Christ, Amiens Cathedral, 172. iv. 34.
  • Literature and art, distinct mental actions, 127. iii. 47.
  • ,,and the Bible, 134. iii. 51.
  • ,,cheap (penny edition of Scott), 93. iii. 7.
  • Louis, derivation of, 82. ii. 48.
  • ———I., of France, 74. ii. 40.
  • ———VIII., 157. iv. 16.
  • (See "St Louis)
  • Love, divine and human (Amiens Cathedral), 183. iv. 41.
  • ,,no humanity without it, 214. iv. 59.
  • Luca della Robbia, 126. iii. 46.
  • Luini, 126. iii. 46.
  • Lune, the river, 4.
  • Lust (Amiens Cathedral), 187. iv. 41.
  • Lydia, 97. iii. 12.
  • Madonna, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 147. iv. 7.
  • ,,porch to,,,,,168. iv. 28.
  • ,,three types of (Dolorosa, Reine, Nourrice), 203. iv. 49.
  • ,,worship of, and its modern substitutes, 203. iv. 48.
  • Malachi, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 197. iv. 43.
  • Man, races of, divided by climate, 93-4. iii. 8.
  • Man's nature, 89. iii. I.
  • Manchester, 90. iii. 3.
  • Map-drawing, 93. iii. 7.
  • ,,of English dominions (Sir E. Creasy), 9 1-2. iii. 5-6.
  • ,,of France, 13
  • ,,on Mercator's projection, 92. iii. 6.
  • Marquise, village near Calais, 16.
  • Martin's, John, " Belshazzar's feast, 190. iv. 42.
  • Martinmas, 28.
  • Martyrdom, the lessons of, 209. iv. 53.
  • Martyrs, female, many not in calendar, 46. ii. 7.
  • Meleager, 49. ii. II.
  • Memory, " Memoria technica," 41. ii. I.
  • Mercator, 92. iii. 6.
  • Merovee, seizes Amiens, on. death of Clodion, 447 a.d., II, 34.
  • Micah, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 193. iv. 43.
  • Millennium, the, 135-6. iii. 54.
  • Milman's History of Christianity, 105, 109 n., 1 1 5. iii. 22, 26, 32.
  • ,,,,,,on Rome in time of St. Jerome, 17-18. iii. 35.
  • Milton's "Paradise Lost," and the Bible, 124. iii. 44.
  • ,,,,,,quoted, 183. iv. 41.
  • Mind, disease of, noble and ignoble passion, 112. iii. 29.
  • Mines, coal, Plimsoll on, 76. ii. 42.
  • Missals, atheism represented as barefoot in, of 1100-1300, 185. ii. 41.
  • Modernism, avarice and pride of, 173. iv. 35. See "Christianity," "Commerce," "England," "History," "Humility," "Infidelity," "Philosophy," "Public Opinion," "Science."
  • Mcesia, and the alphabet, 105. iii. 22.
  • Monasteries of Italy, made barracks of, 1 12 n. iii. 29.
  • Monasticism, its rise, 109-11. iii. 26-8.
  • Monks, type of character of, 112 n. iii. 29.; 211. iv. 56.
  • ,,orders of, the main, 108. iii. 26.
  • Months, the, quatrefoils illustrative of (Amiens Cathedral), 201-2. iv. 47.
  • Morality, natural to man, 214. iv. 59.
  • ,,and religion, 213. iv. 58.
  • More, Sir Thomas, execution of, 77. ii. 43.
  • Morocco, extent of, 97. iii. 13.
  • Moses, 109. iii. 26.
  • ,,and Aaron, 206. iv. 51.
  • ,,and the burning bush, 205. iv. 51.
  • "Mysteries of Paris," 44. ii. 5.
  • Nahum, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 193 & n. iv. 43 & n.
  • Names, Frankish, etymology of, 81-2. ii. 48.
  • Nanterre, village of S. Genevieve, 44, 46. ii. 5, 8.
  • Nationality, depends on race and climate, not on rule, 98-9. iii. 15-16.
  • Nemean Lion, 135. iii. 53.
  • Netherlands, the, 59, 60. ii. 26.
  • Nineveh, the beasts in, 195. iv. 43.
  • ,,the burden of, 193. iv. 43.
  • Nitocris, 45. ii. 6.
  • Nogent, Benedictine abbey of, 83. ii. 49.
  • Nomad tribes of northern Europe, 48. ii. 10.
  • Normans, rise of the, 50. ii. 12.
  • Nous, 21411. iv. 59n.
  • Obadiah, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 192. iv. 43.
  • Obedience, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 184. iv. 41.
  • Odoacer, ends Roman Empire in Italy, 12; 105. iii. 21.
  • Orcagna, 126. iii. 46.
  • Origen, 127. iii. 47.
  • Ostrogoths, 50. ii. 12.
  • ,,defeat Clovis at Aries, ii. 47.
  • "Our Fathers have told us," how begun, its aim and plan, pref. iii.
  • ,,general plan of, Appendix iii.
  • ,,plan for notes to, 34.
  • Oxen, story of, and Laon Cathedral, 183. iv. 41.
  • ,,patience of, 183. iv. 41.
  • Oxford, the "happy valley," 146. iv. 6.
  • Palestine, 98. iii. 14.
  • Palgrave, Sir F., on Arabia, 100-1 & n. iii. 17-18 & n.
  • on the camel, 184. iv. 41.
  • Papacy, origin of the, 1 18 n. iii. 35.
  • Paris, church of S. Genevieve at, 88. ii. 55.
  • ,,the Isle of France, 213. iv. 58
  • ,,the model of manners, 213. iv. 58.
  • ,,print-shops at, 183. iv. 41.
  • Patience, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 183. iv. 41.
  • Peasant life of early Europe, 50 sq. ii. 13.
  • Perseverance, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 184. iv. 41.
  • Persia, the real power of the East, 101. iii. 18.
  • Philip the Wise, of France, 156-7. iv. 16-17.
  • Philistia, 98. iii. 14.
  • Philosophy, modern, its manner of history, 20.
  • Phoenix, the, and chastity, 187. iv. 41.
  • Photographs of Amiens Cathedral, 182 n. iv. 41 n. ; 190 n. iv. 43 n. 201. iv. 201. And see Appendix II.
  • "Pilgrim's Progress," 26.
  • Pillage of subjects, to punish kings, 84. ii. 51.
  • Plimsoll, on coal mines, 76. ii. 42.
  • Poets, the three Christian-heathen, 159. iv. 20.
  • Poitiers, battle of, 508 a.d., Clovis and Alaric, 14, 34.
  • ,,,,and the walls of Angouleme, 80 n. ii. 47.
  • ,,,,1356 a.d., Froissart on, 68. 11. 33.
  • Polacks, the, 50. ii. 12.
  • Politicians, their proper knowledge, pref.
  • Politics: see "England."
  • Posting days, Calais to Paris, 16.
  • Power, motive of desire for, 115. iii. 33.
  • Praise, all great art, act, and thought is, pref. vi.
  • Prayer, George Chapman's last, 159. iv. 20.
  • Pride, and avarice, 173. iv. 35.
  • ,,faults and virtues of, 163. iv. 24.
  • ,,infidelity of, and the cockatrice, 172. iv. 33; 188. iv. 41.
  • Priestly ambition, 115. iii. 33.
  • Probus, the Emperor, 51 n. ii. 15; 105. iii. 21.
  • Prophets, figures of the, Amiens Cathedral, general view of, 179. iv. 39.
  • ,,,,,,,,in detail, 188 sq. iv. 42-3.
  • Protestantism, and the study of the Bible, 125. iii. 45.
  • ,,and popular histories, 19.
  • ,,and priestly ambition, 115. iii. 33.
  • ,,and Roman Catholicism, 212. iv. 57.
  • ,,views of S. Jerome, 114. iii. 31.
  • Provence, early, 13, 14.
  • Providence, God's, and history, 20.
  • Psalms, the scope of the, 132. iii. 50.
  • Public opinion, callousness of modern, 76. ii. 42.
  • Purgatory, doctrine of, 211 n. iv. 55 n.
  • Puritan malice, 54. ii. 19.
  • Quaker, preaching at Matlock, 13011. iii. 48.
  • Queen's Guards, in Ireland, 1880, pref. iv.
  • Races of Europe, divided by climate, 94. iii. 9. See "Climate."
  • Rachel, the Syrian, 98. iii. 14.
  • Railroads, modern, of Germany, 91. iii. 4.
  • ,,travelling by, 1, 4.
  • Raphael's Madonnas, 204. iv. 49.
  • Rebellion, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 184. iv. 41.
  • Religion, definition of true, 215. iv. 60. (And see "Bible," "Christianity," "Inspiration," "Protestantism.")
  • ,,to desire the right, 129. iii. 48.
  • ,,common idea that our own enemies are God's also, 22.
  • ,,and morality, 213. iv. 58.
  • ,,natural, 159. iv. 20.
  • ,,of Arabia, 102. iii. 19.
  • ,,of Egypt, 97. iii. 13.
  • ,,Eastern and Western, Col. Butler on, 35 n.
  • Restoration, modern, 166 n. iv. 27 n.
  • Rheims, Clovis crowned at, 14.
  • ,,,,enriches church of, 83. ii. 49.
  • Rheims Cathedral, 137. iv. I.
  • ,,,,its traceries, 151. iv. II.
  • Rhine, the, refortified by Julian, 61 n., 65. ii. 28.
  • ,,,,tribes from Vistula to, 48. ii. 10.
  • Right and left, in description of cathedrals, 167. iv. 28.
  • Rivers, strength and straightness, 95 n. iii. 10.
  • Robert, of Luzarches, builder of Amiens Cathedral, 152. iv. 12.
  • Roman Catholics, half Wellington's army Irish, pref. v., vi.
  • ,,,,and Protestantism, 212. iv. 57.
  • ,,,,servants, 112. iii. 29.
  • Roman Emperors, five, from Dacia, 51 n. ii. 15.
  • ,,,,as supreme Pontiffs, 1 18. iii. 35.
  • Roman Empire, divisions of (Illyria, Italy, Gaul), 104-5. iii. 21-2.
  • ,,Eastern and Western division, 103-4. iii. 21.
  • ,,end of the, 103. iii. 20-21.
  • ,,,,fall of, 49. ii. 12.
  • ,,,,and Julian and the augurs, 109. iii. 26.
  • ,,,,its main foes, 47. ii. 9.
  • ,,,,its true importance, 102-3. iii 20
  • ,,,,a power, not a nation, 101 n. iii. 19 n.
  • ,,,,power of, in France, ended, 481 a.d., 6-7, 12 sq.
  • ,,,,in Italy, ended, 476 a.d., 12.
  • Roman gate of Twins, at Amiens, 22-3.
  • "Romaunt of Rose," quoted, 62. ii. 28 n.
  • Rome, aspect of the city, in time of S. Jerome, 1 17-18. iii. 35.
  • ,,gives order to Europe, as Greece imagination, 103. iii. 20.
  • ,,wild nations opposed to, 47. ii. 9.
  • Romsey, 4.
  • Rose, on statue of David, Amiens Cathedral, 171. iv. 32.
  • Rosin forest, 55-6. ii. 20-1.
  • Royalties, taxes and, 75. ii. 41.
  • Rozé, Père, on Amiens Cathedral, 153. iv. 13; 162 n. iv.24n; 194. iv. 43.
  • S. Acheul, near Amiens, 199-200. iv. 45-6.
  • S. Agnes, character of, 43. ii. 3.
  • S. Ambrogio, Verona, plain of, 87. ii. 54.
  • S. Augustine, his first converts, 29.
  • ,,and S. Jerome, 127. iii. 47.
  • S. Augustine, town of Hippo, 97. iii. 13.
  • S. Benedict, born 481 a.d., 43. ii. 3; 108. iii. 26.
  • S. Clotilde, of France, 82. ii. 48.
  • S. Cloud, etymology of, 82. ii. 48.
  • S. Domice, 198. iv. 44.
  • S. Elizabeth, 205. iv. 50.
  • S. Elizabeth, of Marburg, 56-7. ii. 21-3.
  • S. Finnin, his history, 7; 155. iv. 14; 198. iv. 45.
  • ,,beheaded and buried, 8.
  • ,,his Roman disciple, 8.
  • ,,his grave, 8-10; 199. iv. 46.
  • ,,and S. Martin, compared, 28.
  • ,,porch to, Amiens Cathedral, 168. iv. 28; 197 sq. iv. 44.
  • ,,sculpture of, Amiens Cathedral, 8.
  • ——— Confessor, 198-200. iv. 44-6.
  • S. Fuscien, 198. iv. 44.
  • S. Genevieve, actually existed, 46. ii. 7.
  • ,,biographies of her, numerous, 46. ii. 7.
  • ,,birth of, 421 a.d., 43. ii. 3.
  • ,,birthplace of, Nanterre, 44. ii. 5.
  • ,,character of, 44-6. ii. 5-7.
  • ,,church to, at Paris, 88. ii. 55.
  • ,,and Clovis and his father, 87-8. ii. 55.
  • ,,conversion of, by S. Germain, 45. ii. 5.
  • ,,a pure Gaul, 46, 52. ii. 8, 15.
  • ,,of what typical, 43. ii. 3.
  • ,,peacefulness, 45. ii. 6.
  • ,,quiet force, 46. ii. 7.
  • S. Phyllis, 44. ii. 5.
  • S. Gentian, 198. iv. 44.
  • S. Geoffroy, Bishop of Amiens, history of, 198. iy. 44-5.
  • ,,,,,,tomb of (Amiens), 162-5 ; iv. 24, 26.
  • S. Germain converts S. Genevieve, on his way to England, 45. ii. 6.
  • S. Hilda (Whitby Cliff), 82. ii. 48.
  • S. Honore, 198. iv. 44-5.
  • ,,porch to, Amiens Cathedral, 147. iv. 7.
  • S. James, apostle of hope, 186. iv. 41.
  • S. Jerome, his Bible, 108, 1 19, 122. iii. 26, 36, 37-40.
  • ,,gives the Bible to the West, 80. ii. 47.
  • ,,Galatians, commentary on Epistle to the, 127-8. iii. 47.
  • ,,character of, candour its basis, 118. iii. 36.
  • S.Jerome, childhood and early studies, 116. iii. 34-5.
  • ,,death of, at Bethlehem, 122. iii. 40.
  • ,,Hebrew, studied by, 120. iii. 38.
  • ,,not a mere hermit, 113-14. iii. 31.
  • ,,his lion, 135. iii. 53.
  • ,,Milman, Dean, on, 114-16. iii. 32 sq.
  • ,,protestant view of, 113-14. iii. 31.
  • ,,Queen Sophia's letter to Vota on, 127. iii. 47.
  • ,,scholarship, will not give up his, 119. iii. 36.
  • ,,style of writing shown, 127. iii. 47.
  • S. John, the apostle of love, 176. iv. 37.
  • ,,his greatness, 157 sq. iv. 16.
  • S. Louis, religion under, 35 n.
  • S. Mark's, Venice, Baptistery of and the virtues, 17411. iv. 36 n.
  • S. Martin, baptism and conversion of, 24.
  • ,,character of, gentle and cheerful, 28, 29.
  • ,,,,patient, 46. ii. 7.
  • ,,,,serene and sweet, 27.
  • ,,cloak, given to the beggar by, 332 a.d., 23.
  • ,,Clovis and, 32.
  • ,,Devil, answer to the, 24.
  • ,,drinks to a beggar, 29-31.
  • ,,fame of, universal (places called after), 29.
  • ,,history of, how relevant to this book, 3 1-2.
  • ,,'s Lane, London, 29.
  • ,,and Julian, 25.
  • ,,Tours, his abbey there, 32.
  • ,,,,and bishopric, 26, 31.
  • ,,vision of, 24.
  • ,,wine, the patron of, 28, 31.
  • S. Nicholas," "Journal de, 187 n. iv. 41.
  • S. Peter, Apostle of courage, 176. iv. 37.
  • S. Ouentin, 198. iv. 44.
  • S.'Remy crowns Clovis, 14.
  • ,,preaches to Clovis, 20.
  • ,,and the Soissons vase, 75. ii. 41.
  • S. Sauve, 155, 198. iv. 14, 44.
  • S. Simeon, 205. iv. 50.
  • S. Ulpha, 198, 200. iv. 44, 46.
  • S. Victoric, 198. iv. 44.
  • Salian, epithet of the French, 64-5. ii. 30-31.
  • Salii, the, 65. ii. 30.
  • Salique law, 64. ii. 30.
  • Salisbury Cathedral, 137. iv. 1.
  • "Salts," old and young, 65. ii. 31.
  • Salvation, Protestant theory of, 124. iii. 43.
  • Sands, English, 4.
  • Savage races, love of war in, 81. ii. 48.
  • ,,women, endurance a point of honour with, 8l. ii. 4
  • Saxons, the, 50. ii. 12.
  • ,,religion of, 35.
  • Scandinavia, 95. iii. 10.
  • ,,becomes Norman, 50. ii. 12.
  • Scepticism, modern, 20. See "Infidelity."
  • Science, modern, its view of man, 89. iii. I.
  • Scotch crofters and England, 92. iii. 6.
  • Scots, Picts and, 107 n. iii. 24.
  • Scott, Sir Walter, his nomenclature deeply founded, 54. ii. 18.
  • ,,,,novels of, "Antiquary " (Martin Waldeck), 54. ii. 18.
  • ,,,,,," Monastery," 112 n. iii. 29.
  • ,,,,penny edition of, 93. iii. 7.
  • Sculpture, of a Gothic cathedral, 140. iv. 2.
  • ,,no pathos in primary, 158 n. iv. 19 n.
  • Scythia, tribes of, 94, 100. iii. 10, 17.
  • Semiramis, 45. ii. 6.
  • Sense (vovs), essential to humanity, 214. iv. 59.
  • Servants, catholic, character of, 1 12 n. iii. 29.
  • ,,French, perfect, 62. ii. 28.
  • Severn, the, 4.
  • Shakspeare's Imogen, 43. ii. 3.
  • ,,"King Lear," reduced to its bare facts, ii. 35.
  • ,," Winter's Tale "—"lilies of all kinds," 171. iv. 32.
  • Sheba, Queen of, and Solomon, Amiens sculptures, 205 sq. iv. 50-51.
  • Shield, the, of the Franks, 70. ii. 35. See " Heraldry," " Uri."
  • Shyness and frankness, 62 & n. ii. 28.
  • Siberian wilderness, 94-5. iii. 9, 10.
  • Sicambri, 53, 60. ii. 18, 27.
  • Sidney, Sir Philip, 23.
  • Sin, carnal, the most distinctly human, 172-3. iv. 34.
  • ,,deceit, its essence, 78. ii. 44.
  • ,,pardon of, doctrine of, 209. iv. 55.
  • Slang, 164. iv. 25.
  • Slang, Greek, 214. iv. 59.
  • Smith's Dictionary, s. "Gallia,'" 47. ii. 9.
  • Soissons, battle of, 485 a.d., ion. ; 13, 35, S3, ii. 49.
  • ,,vase of, 74 sq. ii. 40 sq.
  • ,,,,and Clovis' revenge, 77. ii. 43.
  • Solomon and Queen of Sheba (Amiens Cathedral), 205 sq. iv. 50-1.
  • Solway, the, 4.
  • Sons, honour of fathers by, 157. iv. 17.
  • Spain, Theodoric in, 86. ii. 53.
  • Spiritual world, the, 204. iv. 59.
  • Staubbach, the, 1 50. iv. 9.
  • Stone saw, not used in France, 139 n. iv. 2 n.
  • Strigi, S. Jerome born at, 1 16. iii. 34.
  • Suicide and heroism, 186. iv. 41.
  • "Suisse Historique " quoted, 84 n. ii. 49.
  • Sword, belted, meaning of, 70. ii. 43.
  • ,,manufacture, Amiens, 193. iv. 43.
  • Syagrius defeated by Clovis, 83. ii. 49.
  • ,,dies, 486 a.d., 83. ii. 49.
  • Syria, 98. iii. 14.
  • Temperance, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 188. iv. 41.
  • Teutonic nations and Roman Empire, 105. iii. 22.
  • Theodobert, the death of, 48 n. ii. II.
  • Theodoric, king of Ostrogoths, 82. ii. 48.
  • ,,defeats Franks at Aries, 86. ii. 53
  • ,,power of, in Europe, 86. ii. 53.
  • ,,at Verona, 87. ii. 54.
  • Thrace, 106. iii. 23.
  • Thuringia, 11.
  • Tolbiac, battle of, 13, 34 n.
  • ,,field of, 87. ii. 54.v
  • ,, its real importance, 85. ii. 52.
  • Tombs, bronze, Amiens Cathedral, 160 sq. iv. 23.
  • ,,,,only two left in France, 161. iv. 23.
  • Tours, archbishop of, on war, 69. ii. 33.
  • ,,S. Martin, bishop of, 6.
  • Town, a modern, defined, 1 40. iv. 3.
  • Tripoli, 97. iii. 13.
  • Troy, 97. iii. 12.
  • Trupin, Jean, and choir of Amiens Cathedral, 143 n. iv. 5 n.
  • Truth, only, can be polished, 52. ii. 16.
  • ,,of French character, 52. ii. 16.
  • Tunis, 97. iii. 13.
  • Turner's "Loire side," 31.
  • Tyre, 97. iii. 13.
  • Ulphilas, Bible of, 106. iii. 22.
  • Ulverstone, etymology of, 200. iv. 46.
  • Uri, shield of, 48 n. ii. 11.
  • Usury and the church, 19.
  • ,,and the Jews, 102. iii. 19.
  • Utilitas, 12.
  • Valens, his prefecture of the East, 104. iii. 21.
  • Valentinian, and the division of the Empire, 103-4. iii. 21.
  • Vandals, invasion of Libya by, 99. iii. 16.
  • Venice, founded 421 a.d., 2.
  • Verona, cathedral of, 138. iv. 1.
  • ,,battle of, Theodoric defeats Odoacer, 490 a.d., 87. ii. 54.
  • ,,field of, from Fra Giocondo's bridge, 87. ii. 54.
  • Vestal Virgins, 109. iii. 26.
  • Violence, expression of, in sculptures of Amiens, 195. iv. 43.
  • Viollet le Duc, quoted, 138 n. iv. 1; 139 & n. iv. 2; 151, iv. 11; 161 n. iv. 23 n.; 174. iv. 36; 183 n. iv. 41 n.; 204. iv. 49.
  • Vine, on statue of David, Amiens Cathedral, 171. iv. 32.
  • Virgil's influence on Dante, 135. iii. 53.
  • Virgil quoted (Æneid vi. 27 sq.), 158 n. iv. 18-19 n.
  • Virgin, the: see Madonna.
  • Virtue, to be known and recognized, pref. vii.
  • Virtues, of Apostles (Amiens Cathedral), 174 sq. iv. 37 sq.
  • ,,Byzantine, rank of, 174. iv. 36 n.
  • Visigoths, the, 50. ii. 12.
  • ,,,,in France, 13, 15.
  • ,,,,at Poitiers, defeated by Clovis, 14.
  • Vistula, the, its importance, 94-5. iii. 9, 10.
  • ,,,,tribes of, from Rhine to, 48, 50. ii. 10, 12.
  • ,,,,,,,,Weser to, 59. ii. 26.
  • Vobiscum," a "Pax, 176 n. iv. 38 n.
  • Vota, the Jesuit, letter of Queen Sophia of Prussia to, on S. Jerome, 127. iv. 47. (See Carlyle's "Frederick," Bk. I., cap. iv.)
  • Vulgate, Ps. xci. 13, "Inculcabis super leonem," 173. iv. 34.
  • Waldeck, 54. ii. 18.
  • Walter's houses, Germany, 59. ii. 25.
  • Walton, Isaac, 2.
  • Wandle, the, 2.
  • War, savage love of, 81. ii. 48.
  • Wartzburg, 58. ii. 24.
  • Wellington, Duke of, on Roman Catholic valour, pref. v., vi.
  • Weser, the course of the, 55, 59. ii. 19, 26.
  • ,,sources of the (Eder, Fulda, Werra), 58. ii. 24.
  • ,,tribes of the, up to Rhine and Vistula, 59. ii. 26.
  • Whitby Cliff, 82. ii. 48.
  • Wisdom, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 187. iv. 41.
  • Women, endurance a point of honour with savage, 81. ii. 48.
  • ,,respect for, by Franks and Goths, 87. ii. 54.
  • Wood-carving of Picardy (Amiens Cathedral), 142 sq. iv. 5 sq.
  • Wool manufacture, Amiens, see s. "Amiens."
  • Wordsworth quoted, "Filling more and more with crystal light," 88. ii. 55.
  • Yonge, Miss, "History of Christian Names," Franks, 60. ii. 27.
  • ,,,,,,,,,,Ulpha, 200. iv. 46.
  • Zacharias, 206. iv. 51.
  • Zechariah, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 196. iv. 43.
  • Zenobia, 45. ii. 6.
  • Zephaniah, figure of, Amiens Cathedral, 195. iv. 43.
  • Zodiac, signs of, sculptures, Amiens Cathedral, 200-2. iv. 47.
  • Zulu war, the, 77, ii. 43 ; 92. iii. 6.

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  1. References merely descriptive of one of the sculptures of the facade of Amiens Cathedral are omitted in this index.
  2. The references to Gibbon in this index are to the chapters of his history, together with the number of the note nearest to which the quotation occurs.