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Franks in the Aegean, 1204-1500

by Peter Lock

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Published by Longman in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Byzantine Empire,
  • Aegean Sea Region
    • Subjects:
    • Franks -- Aegean Sea Region -- History,
    • Crusades -- Later, 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries,
    • Civilization, Aegean,
    • Byzantine Empire -- History -- 1081-1453

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 338-355) and index.

      StatementPeter Lock.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDF609 .L63 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 400 p. :
      Number of Pages400
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1113892M
      ISBN 100582051401, 0582051398
      LC Control Number94039822

      Peter Lock is Professor of History at York St John University College. He is a fellow of both the Royal Historical Society and the Society of Antiquaries. He is co-author of The Archaeology of Medieval Greece () and author of The Franks in the Aegean, (). ΟΙ ΦΡΑΓΚΟΙ ΣΤΟ ΑΙΓΑΙΟ () ΙΣΤΟΡΙΚΟ ΔΟΚΙΜΙΟ the franks in the aegean -

      Philip, also Philip of Courtenay ( – 15 December ), held the title of Latin Emperor of Constantinople from –, although Constantinople had been reinstated since AD to the Byzantine Empire; he lived in exile and only held authority over Crusader States in Greece. He was born in Constantinople, the son of Baldwin II of Constantinople and Marie of Brienne. James of Baux or James of Les Baux (died 17 July ) was the Latin Emperor of Constantinople from to He was the last Latin emperor to govern any imperial territory. James belonged to the noble House of Baux, specifically the branch settled in the Kingdom of was the son of Francis, Duke of Andria, and Margaret, daughter of Prince Philip I of .

      The Franks in the Aegean, By Peter Lock Longman, Read preview Overview A Yankee Scholar in Coastal South Carolina: William Francis Allen's Civil War Journals By William Francis Allen; James Robert Hester University of South Carolina Press, Catherine I, also Catherine of Courtenay (25 November – 11 October ), was the recognised Latin Empress of Constantinople from to , although she lived in exile and only held authority over Crusader States in Greece. In , she became the second wife of Charles of Valois, by whom she had one son and three daughters; the eldest of these, .


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After the fall of Constantinoupolis in to the Crusaders, the conquerors carved for themshelves numerous states in Greece, some of which were very short-lived (as the Kingdom of Thessaloniki, which lasted a little more than 20 years before succumbing to Greek assaults), while others lasted much longer(as the Duchy of Athens, which held out until the Ottoman conquest Cited by:   Lock, P.

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The Franks in the Aegean: Peter Lock Despite the enormous literature on the crusades, the Frankish states in the Aegean (set up in the wake of the Fourth Crusade in ) have been seriously neglected by modern historians.

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