A

Abbey St-Germain, viking ransomI-i
Abelard, de Pallet, Pierre02
Archbishop

      Notre-Dame residences02
      Notre-Dame residences, destruction02
Arcole, rue d'01
Atilla the HunI-i

B

Bievre, St-Victor derivationI-i
Boatmen of Paris, Pilier des nautesI-i
Boutebrie, rue03
building

      architecture, typical medieval03
      construction, leaning02

C

Capetian

      dynasty, Paris Capital02
      early dynasty and ParisI-i
Cathilocism, ruling importance ofI-i
Cerceau, Baptiste Androuet du01
Chanoinesse, rue02
Chantres

     02
      rue des02
Charlemagne (771-814)I-i
Charlemagne, statue of, Notre-Dame02

      Viking ransomI-i
      viking ransomI-i
      viking ransomI-i
Charles MartelI-i
Childebert I (511-558)I-i
Cite, quarterI-i
cloitre Notre-Dame01
Cloitre Notre-Dame, rue du02
Clos du Laas, le03
Clovis

      Paris as a capital01
      King of the FranksI-i
Colombe, rue de la02
columns, old, rue Chanoinesse02
Corse, quai de la02
Count Eudes (or "Odo")I-i
crypt, Parvis Notre-Dame02
Cygne de la Croix, la03

D

Dauphine, Place01
de Montreuil, Pierre01

E

Enfer, rue de, rue des Ursins02
Erembourg de Brie03

F

Fleurs, quai aux02
flood

      191001
      Seine, 129603
      Seine, 88603
foire Saincte-LadreI-i
ForumI-i
funeral stone

      19 rue des Ursins02
      26 rue Chanoinesse02

G

Galande, rue03
Gallo-Roman, integrationI-i
gargoyles

      Notre-Dame02
     03
Germanic tribes

      westward campaignsI-i
      westward migration01
Girondins, Mme. Roland01
grand-Chatelet
      12th century rebuilding of,I-i
Grand-Pont, location01
grand-pont, RomanI-i

H

Harlay

      Achille de01
      rue01
Harpe, rue de la, as a main artery03
Haussmann

      baron, Parvis Notre-Dame02
     01
Henri I (1031-1060)I-i
Henri IV, statue, Pont-Neuf01
Hlodowig, dit "Clovis"I-i
Horloge

      quai de l'01
      tour de l'01
Hotel du Grand-Chantre
      reconstruction of,02
Huchette, rue de la03
Hugh Capet (987-996)I-i
Hughes, Abbott03
Hure d'Or, l'03

I


      primitive form01

      religion02

I

      royal residences, rebuilding ofI-i
ile LouviersI-i
Ile Saint-LouisI-i
ile Saint-Louis, as a cattle pastureI-i

J

Jaques Molay, Templar leader01
Julien II, generalI-i
Jupiter

      templeI-i
      temple to01

K

King Henri IV, "ver-galant"01

L

la Greve, place deI-i
La Harpe, rue de03
Laas, rue de03
LabeniusI-i
Lagrange, rue03
Lassus
      architect, Notre-Dame restorations02
Left Bank, first settlements03
les Champeaux, primitive marketI-i
Les Halles, creation ofI-i
Lhomond, rueI-i
Louvre, of Philippe-AugusteI-i

      commercial importanceI-i
      early trade and transportI-i
      Roman garrisonI-i
      Roman village03
Lyon, Roman road to03

M

marketplace, as a pole of growthI-i
markets, reorganising ofI-i
Marmousets, rue des02

M (cont.)

marshlands, drying ofI-i
Masillon, rue02
Merovingian

      kingdom inheritanceI-i
      rule, weakening ofI-i
middle-ages Paris, vestiges of01
Montmartre

      monestary, as a pole of growthI-i
      prehistoric timesI-i
      temples to Mars and MercuryI-i

N

Norsemen, first raidsI
Notre Dame, 19th-century restoration02
Notre-Dame

      architecture02
      cathedral, architecture02
      cathedral, building ofI-i
      cathedral, history of02
     02
      first churchI-i
      open-air classes02

O

P

Palace MayorI-i
Palais, boulevard du01
Parchemeniers, rue des03
Parcheminerie, rue de la03
Paris

      as a capital, 1112I-i
      Capetian Capital02
Parisian basin, originsI-i
Parisii

      Celtic tribeI-i
      name signification01
Parvis Notre-Dame, place du02
pavingI-i
Petit Pont, le03
petit-Chatelet,I-i
Petit-Pont01
Philippe-Auguste

      city improvementsI-i
     03
      walls03
pilier des Nautes, le02
point zero, place du Parvis Notre-Dame02
pont au Meuniers, progression upriverI-i
Pont Neuf, origins01
Pont Saint-Michel, first version03
prehistoric times, Parisian basinI-i

      rue des03
      creation of the post ofI-i
      Jean-Juvenal des Ursins02

R

ramparts

      4th century02
      Charles le ChauveI-i
remparts, Philippe-AugusteI-i
Right Bank, migration toI-i
Rive Gauche

      animated quarters03
      as a quarryI-i
Roland, Mme.01
Roman, bathsI
Rome, Roman road to03
rosary window, Notre-Dame02

S

Saint Denis, rueI
Saint Martin, rueI-i
Saint Victor, early chapelI-i
Saint-Aignan, chapel02
Saint-Denis
      roadway, as a 12th-century pole of growthI-i
Saint-Etienne

      4th century chapel02
      chapel01
Saint-Germain d'Auxerrois

      as a Rive Droite centreI-i
      viking raidsI-i
Saint-Germain

      Abbey, landholding, Clos du Laas03
Saint-Jacques

      rue03
      rue, Paris' main road03
Saint-Julien le Pauvre
      church, Roman stoneworkI-i
Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre
      Abelard & Heloise,02
Saint-Landry, port02
Saint-Laurent
      church, as a pole of growthI-i
Saint-Martin

      church, as a pole of growthI-i
     03
Saint-Michel

      boulevard, construction03
      quai, construction03

     03
     03
     03
      rue03
Sainte-Chapelle01
Sainte-Croix, early chapelI
Sallembriere, cul de sac03
school, Paris' first02
Seine

      second armI-i
      second arm, as a canalI-i
Senons, Celtic tribeI-i
Sorbonne, ancestor ofI-i
Soufflot, rueI-i
St-Jacques, rueI-i
St-Martin, rueI-i
Sully, Maurice de, Bishop02

T

Templars, disbanding of01
Tiberius, Roman emperor (17-37 ADI-i
tour "la Tournelle"I-i
tour BarbeuI-i
tour de CoinI-i
tour de NelseI-i
tower, rue des Ursins02

U

University of Paris, creation ofI-i
Ursins

      rue basse des02
      rue des02
      rue haut des02

V

Vert-Galante, square du01
via inferior03, I-i
Vieille Boucherie, rue de la03
Vikings, raids on ParisI-i
Ville, quarterI-i
Viollet-le-Duc
      architect, Notre-Dame restorations02

W

walls, Paris' firstI-i

X

Xavier-Privas, rue03

Z

Zacharie, rue03