9780415247320

The Routledge Companion to the Crusades

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    9780415247320

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    0415247322

  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2006-03-30
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Summary

"The Routledge Companion to the Crusades" is not just a history of the crusades, but an overview of the logistical, economic, social and biographical aspects all brought together in one resource for the very first time. A compilation of facts, figures, maps, family trees, summaries of the major crusades and their historiography, the "Companion" spans a broad chronological range from the eleventh to the eighteenth century and gives a chronological framework and context for modern research on the crusading movement. For anyone investigating this fascinating period of time this will be an invaluable text for rapid, reliable consultation.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
A chronological outline of the Crusades: background, military expeditions, and crusader statesp. 1
Narrative outline of the Crusadesp. 137
The First Crusade, 1096-9p. 139
Crusade of 1101p. 142
Crusade of Sigurd of Norway, 1107-10p. 144
Bohemond's crusade, 1107-8p. 144
Crusade of Pope Calixtus II, c. 1120/the Venetian crusade, 1122-4p. 145
Crusade/pilgrimage of Fulk V of Anjou, 1120p. 146
Crusade of Conrad III, 1124p. 146
The Damascus crusade, 1129p. 146
The first political crusade (?), 1135p. 147
The Second Crusade, 1145-9p. 147
The crusading project of 1149-50p. 150
The 'crusade'/pilgrimage of Henry the Lion, 1172p. 151
The Third Crusade, 1187-92p. 151
The German crusade, 1197p. 155
The crusade against Markward of Anweiler, 1198p. 155
The Fourth Crusade, 1198-1204p. 156
Request for a crusade against the Bulgars, 1205p. 162
The Albigensian crusade, 1208-29p. 162
The Children's Crusade, 1212p. 165
A political crusade in England?, c. 1215-17p. 167
The Fifth Crusade, 1217-21p. 167
The Sixth Crusade, 1228-9p. 169
John of Brienne's crusade in Apulia, 1229p. 171
The crusade against the Stedinger, 1234p. 172
Crusades against Bosnian heretics, 1234 and 1241p. 172
Crusade of Thibaut of Navarre to Acre, 1239-40p. 173
Gregory IX proclaims a crusade against Frederick II, 1240p. 174
Genoese crusade against Savona and Albenga, 1240p. 175
Crusade of Richard of Cornwall and Simon of Montfort to Jaffa, 1240p. 175
Crusade against the Mongols, 1241p. 176
Pope Innocent IV preaches a crusade against Frederick II, 1248p. 176
The Seventh Crusade, or Louis IX's first crusade, 1248-54p. 177
'Crusade of the Pastoreaux' (shepherds), 1251p. 179
Crusade against Conrad IV, 1250p. 179
Crusade against Manfred of Sicily, 1255-66p. 179
Crusade against Ezzelino II da Romano, 1256p. 179
Crusade preached against the Mongols in Syria, 1260p. 180
Crusade against Conradin, 1268p. 180
Crusade against the Muslims of Lucera, 1268p. 181
Anti-Byzantine crusades, 1261-1320p. 181
The Eighth Crusade, or crusade of Louis IX to Tunis, 1270p. 183
Crusade of Prince Edward to Palestine, 1268-72p. 184
Plans for a joint Latin-Greek crusade, 1274-6p. 185
Crusade against the Aragonese, 1283p. 186
Crusade against Frederick of Sicily, 1289, 1299 and 1302p. 186
Crusade against the Colonna cardinals, 1298p. 186
The jubilee year and the 'crusade' of the Genoese women, 1300p. 187
The Hospitaller passagium and the pastoreaux, or shepherds' crusade, 1309p. 187
Crusade against the Venetians, 1309p. 188
Crusade against Frederick of Montefeltro, 1320p. 188
Three French plans for crusade, 1317, 1323 and 1333p. 188
The pastoreaux or shepherds' crusade, 1320p. 190
Two anti-Ghibelline crusades, 1321-2p. 190
Crusade against Ludwig IV of Bavaria, 1328p. 190
Crusade against the Catalan Grand Company, 1330p. 191
The Naval League, 1333p. 192
The Holy League of Clement VI, 1343p. 192
Crusade of Humbert of Viennois, 1345-7p. 193
Crusade against Francesco Ordelaffi, 1355p. 195
Crusade of Peter I de Lusignan, 1362-5p. 195
Crusade of Amadeo VI of Savoy to Thrace and Bulgaria, 1366p. 196
The Great Schism and the Crusades, 1382, 1383 and 1387p. 198
Crusade of Louis II de Bourbon against Mahdia, 1390p. 199
Crusade to Nicopolis, 1396p. 200
Crusade of Marchal Boucicaut to Constantinople, 1399p. 201
Anti-Hussite crusades, 1420-31p. 201
Crusade to Varna, 1444p. 202
The fall of Constantinople and the Crusades, 1453-60p. 203
The crusade of Pius II, 1464p. 203
The anti-Turkish crusade, 1480p. 204
The Waldensian crusade in the Dauphine, 1487-8p. 204
Crusades in the Iberian Peninsulap. 205
The northern crusadesp. 213
Brief biographies of crusading figuresp. 225
Historiography, or what historians have said about the Crusadesp. 255
Brief biographies of crusade historiansp. 273
Crusades, crusading and the crusader statesp. 287
What was a crusade?p. 289
The idea of crusadep. 298
The proto-crusades, or the prehistory of crusadingp. 306
What did the West know of Islam at the time of the Crusades, and vice versa?p. 308
The mechanisms of crusadingp. 313
Women and the Crusadesp. 343
Cursading warfarep. 347
Crusading songs and poemsp. 356
Crusades from a Byzantine perspectivep. 358
Crusades from an Armenian perspectivep. 375
Crusading and the Italian city republicsp. 382
Crusades from a Jewish perspectivep. 394
Crusades from a Muslim perspectivep. 402
Outremer: the Frankish states in the Eastp. 420
When did the Crusades end?p. 441
Concluding remarksp. 442
Select bibliography of publications mainly in Englishp. 445
Collections of sources in translationp. 447
Specific sources in translationp. 447
Principal editions of selected western primary sourcesp. 452
Secondary sourcesp. 452
Genealogical tablesp. 483
Mapsp. 497
Indexp. 511
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