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- Ashgate Publishing Limited
- Maier, Dr. Christoph (series ed.)
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- 612 g
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Contact and Conflict in Frankish Greece and the Aegean, 1204-1453
Crusade, Religion and Trade between Latins, Greeks and Turks
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'... this edited volume provides a wide range of topics in essays that go into great and fascinating scholarly depth. The book makes a solid attempt at getting historians from a variety of different historical periods to share their scholarship and work to expand their fields by making interesting cross-cultural comparisons in their studies. In this regard, Contact and Conflict in Frankish Greece and the Aegean is certainly a step in the right direction.' Hortulus
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Nikolaos Chrissis is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Athens, Greece. Mike Carr is a Rome Research Fellow at the British School at Rome, Italy.
Contents: Preface, Jonathan Harris; Introduction, Nikolaos G. Chrissis and Mike Carr; Part I Frankish Greece between East and West: New frontiers: Frankish Greece and the development of crusading in the early 13th century, Nikolaos G. Chrissis; The Latin empire and Western contacts with Asia, Bernard Hamilton. Part II Byzantine Reactions to the Latins: Golden Athens: episcopal wealth and power in Greece at the time of the crusades, Teresa Shawcross; Demetrius Kydones' 'History of the Crusades': reality or rhetoric?, Judith Ryder. Part III Latins between Greeks and Turks in the 14th Century: Trade or crusade? The Zaccaria of Chios and crusades against the Turks, Mike Carr; Sanudo, Turks, Greeks and Latins in the early 14th century, Peter Lock. Part IV The Ottomans' Western 'Frontier': A Damascene eyewitness to the Battle of Nicopolis: Shams al-Din Ibn al-Jazari (d.833/1429), Ilker Evrim Binbas; Bayezid I's foreign policy plans and priorities: power relations, statecraft, military conditions and diplomatic practice in Anatolia and the Balkans, Rhoads Murphey; Conclusion, Bernard Hamilton; Index.