Allatius, Leo, his works for uniting the Greek and Rom
milh churches, v. 247, and [d]; disingenuity censured,
ibid. and [d].
Alliaco, Petrus de, labours to reform the schoolmen in
xv. cent. iii. 454.
Almerc, an account of, iii. 157 ; the followers of this
philosopher guilty of enormous errors and vices, ibid.
King of Leon, an eminent patron of letters in
xiii cent. iii. 151; the fame he acquired by his astro,
nomical tables, ibid. and [C].
Alphonsus VI. King of Naples, a zealous promoter of
letters in xv cent. iii. 391.
Altenburg, conference held at, to heal the Lutheran divi.
fions, unsuccessful, iv. 340.
Alva, Duke of, his cruelty, checked by the prudent and
brave conduct of a Prince of Orange, gave rise to the
powerful Republic of the United Provinces, iii. 131.
Amalmunis, Caliph of Babylon, an eminent patron of let.
ters among the Arabians in ix cent. ii. 287.
Amalric, the absurd and impious doctrine taught by him,
iji. 287 and [b, c); his chief disciple, who, 288, if he
adopted Joachim's predictions, 289.
Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, his character, i. 361, and [i];
three books on the duty of ministers, 374 ; opposes the
principles of Jovinian, 389.
., of Camalduli, his works, iii. 442.