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Medieval frontiers concepts and practices

David Abulafia; Nora Berend

Aldershot, Hants, England Ashgate Burlington, VT c2002

Localização: FFLCH - Fac. Fil. Let. e Ciências Humanas    (940 M489 e.2 )(Acessar)

  • Título:
    Medieval frontiers concepts and practices
  • Autor: David Abulafia; Nora Berend
  • Assuntos: Frontier and pioneer life -- Europe -- Congresses; HISTÓRIA MEDIEVAL -- EUROPA
  • Notas: Includes bibliographical references and index
  • Descrição: Seven types of ambiguity, c. 1100-c. 1500 Crossing the frontier of ninth-century Hispania Emperors and expansionism: from Rome to Middle Byzantium Byzantium's eastern frontier in the tenth and eleventh centuries Were there borders and borderlines in the Middle Ages? The example of the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem Government and the indigenous in the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem Latins and Greeks on crusader Cyprus Genuensis civitas in extremo Europae: Caffa from the fourteenth to the fifteenth century Granting power to enemy gods in the chronicles of the Baltic crusades The blue Baltic border of Denmark in the High Middle Ages: Danes, Wends and Saxo Grammaticus Hungary, 'the Gate of Christendom' Boundaries and men in Poland from the twelfth to the sixteenth century: the case of Masovia The frontiers of church reform in the British Isles, 1170-1230 Neolithic meets Medieval: first encounters in the Canary Islands
  • Editor: Aldershot, Hants, England Ashgate Burlington, VT
  • Data de publicação: c2002
  • Formato: xv, 291 p maps 24 cm.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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