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Byzantines and crusaders in non-Greek sources, 1025-1204

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Published by Published for The British Academy by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crusades -- Sources.,
  • Byzantine Empire -- History -- 1025-1081 -- Sources.,
  • Byzantine Empire -- History -- Comneni dynasty, 1081-1185 -- Sources.,
  • Byzantine Empire -- History -- Angeli, 1185-1204 -- Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Mary Whitby.
    SeriesProceedings of the British Academy -- 132
    ContributionsWhitby, Mary.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDF599.8 .B99 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 428 p. :
    Number of Pages428
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19520886M
    ISBN 10019726378X
    ISBN 109780197263785
    LC Control Number2008295533

    Peter Edbury, "Crusader Sources from the Near East ()," in Byzantines and Crusaders in Non-Greek Sources, Edited by Mary Whitby. Oxford: University Press, , more bibliography to come. Byzantines and Crusaders in Non-Greek Sources, (Proceedings of the British Academy, volume , London ) ; (with Maria Mavroudi): ‘Graeco-Slavic and Graeco-Arabic Translation.

    A lot of things could be said about the Fourth Crusade, and there is still a lot of controversy over what it is and what it is not. It is safe to say, however, that the Fourth Crusade had an unexpected turn of events from the conception of it in and the years before, which leads many today to question its merit. Also, this crusade was not like the earlier crusades. Byzantines and Crusaders in Non-Greek Sources, Publications The Development of Industrial Society in Ireland - The Irish Welfare State in Comparative Perspective.

      AD Crusaders Destroy Greek Byzantines Constantinople Crusaders Attack and Destroyed Greek Orthodox Constantinople AD. They knew that Constantinople was a richer prize than all the Holy.   There are also, of course, Jewish sources and others. Apparently the recent book Byzantines and Crusaders in Non-Greek Sources, (ed. Mary Whitby; Oxford University Press, ) collects and analyzes.


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They give an overview of this often difficult material, and provide detailed bibliographies. Book. Byzantines and Crusaders in Non-Greek Sources, Edited by Mary Whitby. Published by British Academy. These chapters survey the range of historical sources from the peoples who collided with the Byzantine Empire during this period of dramatic upheaval.

The Empire that had been expanded and consolidated by Basil II (d. ) was to disintegrate in the face of incursions from the north and Muslim east. In addition, pilgrims and crusaders from the west passed through the Empire and settled.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: XXVII, Seiten: Byzantines and crusaders in non-Greek sources ; 24 cm. Contents: Preface ; PBW: the project and the colloquium ; Pilgrims and crusaders in western Latin sources ; Crusader sources from the Near East ( ) ; Latin sources and Byzantine prosopography: Genoa, Venice, Pisa and Barcelona ; The Venetian chronicles and archives as sources.

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(Proceedings of the British Academy, ) Pp. xxvii+ incl. 10 maps. Byzantines and Crusaders in non-Greek Sources, ; An Annotated Bibliography of Byzantine Sources in English Translation; A Guide to Byzantine Hymnography: a classified bibliography of texts and studies.

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(Proceedings of the British Academy, ) Pp. xxvii+ incl. 10 mapsAuthor: Christopher Macevitt. A fully updated second edition of this acclaimed political history of the Byzantine Empire which weaves social, economic, cultural trends and foreign politics into its broad narrative. Michael Angold has enriched his original study with the findings of a decade of new scholarship, provides a fuller treatment of Byzantium from Western perspectives and has included a new discussion of the.

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Tradition and Innovation in Ancient Greek Onomastics. The Venetian Chronicles and Archives as Sources for the History of Byzantium and the Crusades (–) Chapter: (p) 5 The Venetian Chronicles and Archives as Sources for the History of Byzantium and the Crusades (–) Source: Byzantines and Crusaders in Non-Greek Sources, Author(s): Michael Angold Publisher: British AcademyAuthor: Michael Angold.

- in many ways the continuation of the previous period, it is also quite dramatic — the rise of Venise challenged Byzantine maritime supremacy, the Empire boundaries changed a lot, the dominance of the West became more and more obvious it also involves very interesting sources, like Anna's Alexiad or Psellos' Chronographia.

PDF | This chapter discusses Syriac historiographical sources and three authors of historiographical works in Syriac. The first author discussed in the | Find, read and cite all the research Author: Witold Witakowski. Mary Whitby (éd.), Byzantines and Crusaders in Non-Greek Sources. This text is part of the Internet Medieval Source Book.

The Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted texts related to medieval and Byzantine history. Unless otherwise indicated the specific electronic form of the document is copyright.Only one surviving source provides a continuous narrative of Greek history from Xerxes' invasion to the Wars of the Successors following the death of Alexander the Great—the Bibliotheke, or Library, produced by Sicilian historian Diodorus Siculus (ca.

90–30 BCE).Whitby, Mary: Byzantines and crusaders in non-Greek sources,Oxford University Press, Oxford, EL ÚLTImO SITIO Y LA CAíDA DE CONSTANTINOPLA.