The Assistant Commissioner laughed a little; but the great man's thoughts seemed to have wandered far away, perhaps to the questions of his country's domestic policy, the battle-ground of his crusading
valour against the paynim Cheeseman.
of Southern Denmark, where he now teaches), Jensen presents a thorough account of the participation of Denmark in crusading
activities from 1400-1650.
This stage of crusading
warfare was the subject of R.C.
This book is a collection of articles presenting the newest interpretations and corrections to Crusading
The chronicle of Ibn al-Athir for the crusading
period from al-Kamil fi'l-ta'rikh; pt.
Students and scholars of the Crusades will welcome this full and thoughtful study on the experience of crusading
as expressed in Joinville's Vie de Saint Louis of 1248, a first-hand account of the French king's attempts at crusading
in the Holy Land.
Shortly thereafter, the success of the crusaders at reclaiming the Holy City entered into the historical consciousness of medieval Europe, and the deeds of the first crusaders became the model for future crusading
The Experience of Crusading
Volume 1, Western Approaches.
Beginning with a consideration of the definitions of reconquest, holy war, and crusade, the author asserts that the influence of crusading
on the idea of the reconquest was a topic not seriously addressed by scholars until Joss Goni Gaztambide's study of the papal bull of crusade in Spain (1958) and that Spanish historians since then have paid scant attention to that work.
popes used gendered language that excluded women's participation, but after the loss of Jerusalem, popes used neutral and even inclusive language, thus inviting women's participation.
IN JUNE 1212, crusading
forces commanded by Simon de Montfort had bogged down in a protracted siege before the castle and town of Penne d'Agenais in what is now southern France.
To write a history of crusading
in a single volume of fewer than 250 pages is a daunting enterprise.