By Nickiphoros I Tsougarakis, Fellow Peter Lock (Au
The conquest of the Byzantine Empire by means of the armies of the Fourth campaign led to the root of numerous Latin political entities within the lands of Greece. The better half to Latin Greece deals thematic overviews of the heritage of the combined societies that emerged a result of conquest.
With devoted chapters at the artwork, literature, structure, numismatics, financial system, social and non secular enterprise and the crusading involvement of those Latin states, the amount bargains an creation to the research of Latin Greece and a sampler of the instructions within which the sphere of analysis is moving.
Contributors are: Nikolaos Chrissis, Charalambos Gasparis, Anastasia Papadia-Lala, Nicholas Coureas, David Jaccoby, Julian Baker, Gill web page, Maria Georgopoulou and Sophia Kalopissi-Verti.
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184–85, nos. 300–01; Setton, Papacy, 1:103–05. 26 Deno J. , 1959); Joseph Gill, Byzantium and the Papacy, 1198–1400 (New Brunswick, 1979), pp. 113–81; Burkhard Roberg, Das zweite Konzil von Lyon (1274) (Paderborn, 1990), pp. 59–87, 219–81. 27 Ferdinand M. Delorme and Aloysius L. , Acta Romanorum Pontificum ab Innocentio v ad Benedictum xi (1276–1304), pc/cico (Vatican, 1954), no. 53; Gill, Papacy, pp. 178–79. 28 Steven Runciman, The Sicilian Vespers: A History of the Mediterranean World in the Later Thirteenth Century (Cambridge, 1958).
212–25; Halil Inalcik, “The Rise of the Turkish Maritime Principalities in Anatolia, Byzantium and Crusades,” Byzantinische Forschungen 9 (1985), 179–217, Housley, Later Crusades, pp. 55–57. 34 Laiou, Constantinople, esp. pp. 284–329; Ursula Bosch, Kaiser Andronikos iii. Palaiologos: Versuch einer Darstellung der byzantinischen Geschichte in den Jahren 1321–1341 (Amsterdam, 1965). 35 Grandjean, Registre, nos. 1006–07; Regestum Clementis, nos. 243–48; Laiou, Constantinople, pp. 212–20, 341–43.
Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils, 2 vols. (London, 1990), 1:295–96; Ferdinand M. Delorme, “Bulle d’Innocent iv en faveur de l’empire latin de Constantinople,” Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 8 (1915), 307–10; Chrissis, Crusading, pp. 146–59. 21 With the exception of a limited permission for crusade preaching in Venice in 1253,22 the Latins in Greece seem to have been left to fend for themselves with little outside assistance. The shock of the Byzantine recovery of Constantinople and the destruction of the Latin Empire in 1261, however, brought about the revival of crusading for Frankish Greece.
A Companion to Latin Greece by Nickiphoros I Tsougarakis, Fellow Peter Lock (Au