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For an explanation of this index, and to find indices for the other novels, see the entry for the Companion.

Note: Most character names, and other entries for which the Companion does not specify a chapter, appear at the top of the table. The remaining entries are arranged in order by chapter.

Alcohol

See Companion Vol. I

Bektashi

See Companion Vol. I

Bows

See Companion Vol. I

gházel

See Companion Vol. I, "Ottoman poetry"

Gilles, Pierre, d'Albi

See Companion Vol. I

Roxelana, Ottoman Sultana

See Companion Vol. I

Rustem Pasha

See Companion Vol. I

salep

See Companion Vol. II, "Coffee"

sherbet

See Companion Vol. I, "Rest to the soul, food to the spirit"

Suleiman the Magnificent, Ottoman Emperor

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 01

Baden

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 01

ganching

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 01

Lo siento, señor ... ¿No duermes? ... Duermo y guardo

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 01

pigged with a full set of teeth

See Companion Vol. I, "Animal gregale"

Ch 01

schlaffdruncke

See Companion Vol. II, "Baltic drinking"

Ch 01

Seid fröhlich, trinkt aus

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 01

Titans

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 02

Avicenna

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 02

coffee

See Companion Vol. II, and Vol. I, "Qahveh"

Ch 02

Ecco il flagello de'i Principi

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 02

Job

See Companion Vol. I, "The prayer of Job upon the dunghill ..."

Ch 02

Kiaya Khátún

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 02

Long Peter, brigand of the Forest of Jurthen

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 02

O England, the Hell of Horses, the Purgatory of Servants and the Paradise of Women

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 02

qahveh

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 02

The prayer of Job upon the dunghill was as good as Paul's in the temple

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 02

Yúnus the Illiterate

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 03

Boat will sink that carries neither monk, nor student, nor whore, the

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 03

Et tu ne vois au pied de ton rempart

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 03

Et tu ne vois pas au pied de ton rempart ... Pour m'enlever mille barques descendre

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 03

galley argot

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 03

I Wot a Tree

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 03

Magna pars libertatis est bene moratus venter

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 03

seasickness

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 03

Two Legs

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 03

Velut inter stellas luna minores

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 04

Burnous

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 04

Calamitosus est animus futuri anxius

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 04

carbines

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 04

Chi asini caccia e donne mena, Non è mai senza guai e pena

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 04

L'absence de discipline est la source de tout mal

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 04

match-lock carbines

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 04

wheel-lock carbines

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 05

Boute-feu

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 05

Chrysippu

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 05

Dio da i panni secondo i freddi

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 05

national characteristics

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 05

sub suave jugo Christi

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 05

To pass over grief ... the Italian sleeps

See Companion Vol. I, "National characteristics"

Ch 06

Cellini, Benvenuto

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 06

O Bhikshu! Empty this boat!

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 06

Ut ameris Amabilis esto

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 07

Berber slut

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 07

Incidi in Scyllam, cupiens vitare Charibdim

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 08

Ad unum mollis opus

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 08

ad unum mollis opus

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 08

Como? [or] ¿Como?

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 08

do you melt it ... or do you beat it

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 08

Psyche

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 08

Qué lástima

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 09

Campus Sceleratus

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 09

caro mio

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 09

Flowery Kingdom

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 09

Henneberge, Countess of

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 09

Permitte divis caetera

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 09

Qui nescit orare, discat navigare

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 09

Tantum religio potuit suadere malorum

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 10

Au bout de la trace on trouve toujours ou le chameau ou le propriétaire du chameau

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 10

Devshirmé

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 10

dragoman

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 10

Geomalers

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 10

Lazaretto

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 10

pearl divers

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 10

Schwatzen horse, masked like a

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 10

Ziraffe

See Companion Vol. I, "Camelopard"

Ch 11

Anka

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

Assai sa, chi nulla sa, se tacer' sa

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

Hiver sans feu, vieillesse sans maison

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

Je prie á Dieu qu'il vous doint pauvreté

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

Le temps a laissé son manteau

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

Lotophagi, land of the

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

Make thou fast, Gabriel, the gates of hell

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

My beloved is unto me as a cluster of camphire in the vineyards of Engedi

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

seasickness

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 11

They shall not hear therein vain or sinful discourse

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 12

fraying post

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 12

O Kama, Kama: with thy bow made of sugar cane

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 12

Si peccas, pecca fortiter

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 13

Anvari

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 13

four-eyebrowed beauty

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 13

Gümush-arayân

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 13

Jelal-ud-Din

See Companion Vol. I, "Ottoman poetry"

Ch 13

lute

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 13

lyre

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 13

meskale

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 13

Mesnevi verse

See Companion Vol. I, "Ottoman poetry"

Ch 13

Ottoman poetry

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 13

Soul Vegetable, Soul Animal and Soul Sensible

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 14

O mill, what hast thou ground?

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 15

C'est Vertu, la nymph éternelle

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 15

deodands

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 15

Gritti

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 15

houri

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 15

L'amor' è cieco y rede niente, Ma non son' cieche l'altre gente

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 15

Manco passioni humane

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 15

Porretta

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 15

sheb-chiragh

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 15

Yigit Olanlar anilir

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 16

Herpestes ichneumon

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 16

Qui vero in Indiam, Persiam, aliasque Orientis refiones profisci cupient semper istic negociatores reperiunt

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 16

Sultan of Cambaia

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 17

mumsconduren

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 17

Tes mains sont des nuages

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

Dammi con chi tu vivi, io saprò quel'che tu fai

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

I am not but the lewd compilator of the labour of the old astrologians

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

Il se gratte les fesses et conte des apologues

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

infidel bells

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

Merry Report the Vice, court-crier and squire

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

Mustapha

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

Osman

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

tulip

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

Turbèh

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 18

Valley of Diamonds, there are snakes in the

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 19

Alas ... if angels should sniff at his shroud?

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 19

Chios

See Companion Vol. I and Vol. II, p. 78 (illus.)

Ch 19

cosmetics

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 19

Pistacia lentiscus

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 19

The love of sweetmeats comes from the Faith

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 20

Aussi Dieu aide aux fols et aux enfants

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 20

garlic and onions

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 20

Hic jacet arte Plato, Cato, Tullius

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 20

La rhume écclesiastique

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 20

Mehterkané

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 20

peacock

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 20

Sohâib Rûmi

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 20

They caught thee on the mountain and bred thee

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 21

Gel, gel, gel

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 21

Heu prodiga ventris hi, nives, illi glaciem potant

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 21

Know that this world's life is only sport

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 21

Meddáh

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 21

Sive Idolatra, sive Turca, sive Judaeus, sive Christianus

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 21

The soul enters by the throat

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 21

Wooing o' Jock and Jenny

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 22

Blasius, St

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 22

hoopooe

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 22

Loi, foi, nation que ce soit

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 22

Natura sunt Turcase avari et pecuniarum avide

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 22

Night is the stranger's

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 22

Si peccas, pecca fortiter

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 22

The shepherd clutch thee fast: the wolves are many

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 22

Where are you going, pretty fair maid

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 22

Yâ Fattâh

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 23

Amor ordinem nescit

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 23

Chiausi

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 23

juste ciel

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 23

Now the spider spins his web in Caesar's palace hall

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 23

Where are you going, pretty fair maid ...

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 24

Alterius non sit, qui suus esse potest

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 24

Cum fueris alibi, vivito more loci

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 24

Cum fueris Romae, Romano vivito more

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 24

I shall sink my anvil further into the flesh of your heart; I shall install my forge in a deeper place

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 24

leet oath

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 24

opus plumarum

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 24

tespi

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 24

Väinämöinen to Vipunen

See Companion Vol. II, "I shall sink my anvil further ..."

Ch 24

Ye shall be buxom and obedient to all justices

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 25

amiable as a girl: lively as a fawn

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 25

elif

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 25

Turcae non minus sunt insani quam nos circa aurifabrorum opera

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 26

Mo chridh

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 27

A whoremonger, a haunter of stews, a hypocrite, a wretch and a maker of strife

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 27

Heavenly Kasbah

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 27

Heureux qui, comme Ulysse, a fait un beau voyage

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 27

The day ... on which men shall be as scattered moths, and the mountains shall be as loosened wool

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 27

Those who gather frankincense are dedicated unto divine honours

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 28

Ars sine scientia nihil est

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 28

Dhammapada

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 28

I have a young sister

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 28

Lisáni

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 28

Turpe est Doctori, cum culpa redurgit ipsum

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

Della Robbia, Luca

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

En un vergier lez une fontenele

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

Hast thou no mind of love? Where is thy make?

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

I pray thee, for the love of God ...

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 29

J'ay bien nourry sept ans ung joly gay

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

La sphere en rond, de circuit lassée

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

Mis arreos son las armas

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

Still under the leavis green

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

Uncivil clock, like the foolish tapping of a tipsy cobbler

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

Unlike the moon is to the sonne sheen

See Companion Vol. I

Ch 29

Whom have ye known die honestly without the help of a potecary?

See Companion Vol. I

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