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The Oxford Illustrated History of the Crusades
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List of Colour Plates List of Maps 1: Jonathan Riley-Smith: The Crusading Movement and Historians 2: Marcus Bull: Origins 3: Simon Lloyd: The Crusading Movement, 1096-1274 4: Jonathan Riley-Smith: The State of Mind of Crusaders to the East, 1095-1300 5: Michael Routledge: Songs 6: Jonathan Phillips: The Latin East, 1098-1291 7: Jaroslav Folda: Art in the Latin East, 1098-1291 8: Denys Pringle: Architecture in the Latin East, 1098-1571 9: Alan Forey: The Military Orders, 1120-1312 10: Robert Irwin: Islam and the Crusades, 1096-1699 11: Norman Housley: The Crusading Movement, 1274-1699 12: Peter Edbury: The Latin East, 1291-1669 13: Anthony Luttrell: The Military Orders, 1312-1798 14: Elizabeth Siberry: Images of the Crusades in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 15: Jonathan Riley-Smith: Revival and Survival Chronology Further Reading Index

About the Author

Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith is Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History at Cambridge University and has been a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, since 1994. He has published widely on medieval history and the Crusades and his books include What were the Crusades? (1977), The Crusades: idea and reality (1981), The First Crusade and the Idea of Crusading (1986), and The Atlas of the Crusades (1991). He was President of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East from 1990 to 1995.

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`this volume is a valuable overview of the subject ... this book is not aimed primarily at the historian of war. However, it contains much of value for anyone interested in the organisation and practice of warfare in the medieval period.' Matthew Bennett, War in History, 2000 7 (3). `makes the results of the recent academic study of the Crusades accessible to a wide section of the general public and succeeds in conveying that this is a living and developing subject, which has far from exhausted its potential.' THES

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