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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.

Ascham, Roger

See Companion Vol. I

Chancellor, Richard

See Companion Vol. I

Courtenay, Sir Edward

See Companion Vol. I

Dee, John

See Companion Vol. I

Dormer, Lady Jane, Duchess of Feria

See Companion Vol. I

Eden, Richard

See Companion Vol. I

Elder, John

See Companion Vol. I

Elizabeth I, Queen of England

See Companion Vol. I

etiquette: hospitality and conduct in public

See Companion Vol. II

Ivan IV, Tsar of Russia

See Companion Vol. I

Julius III, Pope

See Companion Vol. I

Keith, Sir William

See Companion Vol. I, "Dunnottar Castle"

Mary Tudor, Queen of England

See Companion Vol. I

Muscovy Company

See Companion Vol. I, "Chancellor, Diccon" and p. 247 (illus.)

Nepeja, Osep Grigorievich

See Companion Vol. I

Paget, Sir William

See Companion Vol. I

Paul IV, Pope

See Companion Vol. I

Petre, Sir William

See Companion Vol. I

Philip II, King of Spain

See Companion Vol. I

Pole, Cardinal Reginald, Archbishop of Canterbury

See Companion Vol. I

sheep

See Companion Vol. I, "Cotswold lions," and "Cypriot sheep"

Sidney, Sir Henry

See Companion Vol. I

Slata Baba

See Companion Vol. I, "Samoyèdes"

Stafford, Sir Thomas

See Companion Vol. I

Stewart, Henry, Lord Darnley

See Companion Vol. I, "Darnley, Henry"

Thirleby, Thomas, Bishop of Ely

See Companion Vol. I

Vannes, Peter

See Companion Vol. I

Vishnevetsky clan

See Companion Vol. II

Ch 44?

Dmitri Donskoi, Grand Prince of Moscow

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 01

mummification

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 02

Consuetudo, consuetudo, consuetudo

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 03

Two Romes have fallen ...

See Companion Vol. II, "Ivan III"

Pt 1, Ch 05

kvass

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 05

Samoyèdes

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 06

Benedicta inter mulieres

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 06

Carai, Land of the

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 06

cotswold lions

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 07

A stout stomach, pregnant-witted and of a most gentle nature

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 07

Pentecost

See Companion Vol. I, "Worship the buttock-bone of ..."

Pt 1, Ch 07

Worship the buttock-bone of Pentecost

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 08

cramp rings

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 08

doctor's annuities

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 08

Fleet, the

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 08

heresy

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 08

Priscian's grammar

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 08

The baker's daughter is better in her gown than Queen Mary without her crown

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 09

Domine Jesu Christi, qui es verus sponsus animae meae

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 01

heels, breaking of

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 01

Kamen Woronucha

See Companion Vol. I, "Oatmeal butter smeared on the ..."

Pt 2, Ch 01

Oatmeal butter smeared on the Kamen Woronucha

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 02

riza

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 02

Tout par raison, raison partout, partout raison

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 03

Ambrose, St

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 03

Boisterous gown of black velvet

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 03

Stylites, Simeon

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 03

Though an Emperor in body is like all other men, yet in power he is like God

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 04

Chacque automne autre fois oubliait en Ferrare

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 04

frozen food

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 04

proxime et immediate sequens

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 04

Whereby all men of birth may discover a gentleman from a yeoman

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 05

Athos

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 05

Binche

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 05

Bona, Queen of Lithuania

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 05

Crassus' Lamprey

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 05

Cypriot sheep

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 05

Majnú and Leylí

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 05

witch ball

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

Alconosts

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

Atlantis

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

Bears have weakest heads, as Lions have strongest

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

caryatid

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

coquetry

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

Excellent the recompense and goodly the resting place

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

garlic to a gamecock

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

Not alike are the inmates of the fire and the dwellers of the garden

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

The manifest fool is known by every ninth word

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 06

The note called Coquetry and the note called True

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 07

A town of price like Paradise

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 07

Bochki vaultings

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 07

Perun

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 08

Zoe Palaeologina

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 09

Aut Caesar, aut nihil

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 09

Herberstein, Sigismund von

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 09

Mandeville, Sir John

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 09

marthambles

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 09

proponi in publicam

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 09

Rotz's Differential Quadrant

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 09

shamanism

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 09

Thevet, André

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 10

Lapps

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 10

Marco Polo

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 10

Meum est propositum

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 10

Stymphalian Bird

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 11

God hateth murder

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 11

It is the crown of dead men to see the sun before they are buried

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 12

Hunting causeth a man to eschew the Seven Deadly Sins

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 13

Aldebaran

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 13

And the shapes of the locusts were like unto horses

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 13

Elijah

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 13

Thekla, St

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 01

Cheke, Sir John

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 01

Dante's devils

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 01

Vituperato sia chi mal pensa

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 02

courts of Admiralty

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 02

Doctor's Common

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 02

Sir Thomas ... his bowels burning before him

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 02

wills, wives and wrecks

See Companion Vol. I, "Doctors' Commons"

Pt 3, Ch 03

Abram- or Abraham-man

See Companion Vol. I, "Abraham"

Pt 3, Ch 03

Carver, Robert

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 03

Dunnottar Castle

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 03

thread of the mistar

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 3, Ch 04

Fethy, John

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 05

Torquemada

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

chasse à cor et à cris

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

Chi beve bianco

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

Chi fida Grego, sara intrego

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

Chi te carezza piu che far' no "suede, [suole], O che gabbato t'ha, O che gabbar" te vuole

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

Eustochion, St

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

Germans woo like lions, Italians like foxes

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

I be lightly drunken, as the man said, and have but little appetite to meat

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 3, Ch 07

Jerome, St

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

migraine

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

national characteristics

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

Paula

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 07

prick song

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 08

Japhet

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 08

Mind, voice, study, power and will, Is only set to love thee, Philip, still

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 08

O noble Prince, sole hope of Caesar's side

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 09

Baldwin, William

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 09

multum in parvo

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 09

The Lion in Affrik and the Bear in Sarmatia

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 09

They made the whole world to hang in the air

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 09

whifflers

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 10

An angry piece of flesh and soon displeased

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 10

Chi scrire a chi non responde o egli e matto, o egli ha di bisogno

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 10

So many buls did compass me

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 10

Ubi tres medici, duo atheisti

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 11

Yunitsa

See Companion Vol. II, "Weans and wames"

Pt 3, Ch 12

For in this country be many white elephants without number, and of unicorns and of lions of many manners

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 3, Ch 12

nailed for ... horabull lyes and sedyssyous wordes

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 13

Falsing the doom

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 3, Ch 13

Greeks in bed, Italians at table, are most neat

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 13

He pincheth and spareth and pineth his life

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 13

knots on a string

See Companion Vol. I, "Quipus"

Pt 3, Ch 13

national characteristics

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 14

Chrysostom

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 14

They made the whole world to hang in the air

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 14

ware riot

See Companion Vol. I

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