This second edition includes six additional chapters, covering the Byzantine empire, illuminated manuscripts, the 'esprit laique' of the late middle ages, saints and martyrs, the papal chancery, and scholastic thought.
Maurice Hugh Keen
How to Plan a Crusade Reason and Religious War in the Middle Ages
The story of the wars and conquests initiated by the First Crusade and its successors is itself so compelling that most accounts move quickly from describing the Pope's calls to arms to the battlefield.
Violence and Holy War in Western Christendom
This collection will be essential reading for students and scholars of medieval studies across a broad range of disciplines.
Peter Edbury as an Historian
This volume celebrates Peter Edbury’s career by bringing together seventeen essays by colleagues, former students and friends which focus on three of his major research interests: the great historian of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, William ...
New Wine in old skins? The Crusade and the Eastern Mediterranean in the Later Middle Ages
Henry of Livonia and Crusade Ideology
As a crusading chronicle from the European frontier, Henry's chronicle offers many opportunities to test and broaden the new approaches and key concepts brought along by recent developments in medieval studies.
The Debate on the Crusades, 1099-2010
This is the first book length study of how succeeding generations from the First Crusade in 1099 to the present day have understood, refashioned, moulded and manipulated accounts of these medieval wars of religion to suit changing ...
Court, Crusade and City: The cultural milieu of Louis I, duke of Bourbon c. 1280-1342
New essays on chivalry, warfare, and treason and politics in the middle ages.
Principes et Populus: Civil Society and the First Crusade
This volume is intended as a commemoration of the career of Richard Fletcher and his remarkable contribution to our understanding of the medieval world.