The Crusades : A History (2ND)

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The Crusades : A History (2ND)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 353 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780300101287
  • DDC分類 909.07

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Jonathan Riley-Smith here provides a comprehensive history of the Crusades: an account of the theology of violence behind the Crusades, the major Crusades, the experience of crusading, and the crusaders themselves. With a wealth of fascinating detail, Riley-Smith brings to life these stirring expeditions to the Holy Land and the politics and personalities behind them. His book will be the standard and authoritative account of the Crusades for years to come. This new edition includes revisions throughout as well as a new Preface and Afterword in which Jonathan Riley-Smith surveys recent developments in the field and examines responses to the Crusades in different periods, from the Romantics to the Islamic world today. From reviews of the first edition: "Everything is here: the crusades to the Holy Land, and against the Albigensians, the Moors, the pagans in Eastern Europe, the Turks, and the enemies of the popes. Riley-Smith writes a beautiful, lucid prose, ...[and his book] is packed with facts and action."-Choice "A concise, clearly written synthesis ...by one of the leading historians of the crusading movement. "-Robert S.Gottfried, Historian "A lively and flowing narrative [with] an enormous cast of characters that is not a mere catalog but a history...A remarkable achievement."-Thomas E. Morrissey, Church History "Superb."-Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, Speculum "A first-rate one-volume survey of the Crusading movement from 1074 ...to 1798."-Southwest Catholic

Table of Contents

        Maps                                       xi
Preface to the Second Edition xxv
Preface to the First Edition xxvii
Introduction xxix
The Birth of the Crusading Movement: The 1 (25)
Preaching of the First Crusade
The casus belli 1 (1)
Pope Urban II 2 (2)
A war of liberation 4 (4)
A penitential war-pilgrimage 8 (2)
Jerusalem 10 (2)
Crusaders as penitents 12 (4)
The response 16 (7)
The `first Holocaust' 23 (3)
The Course of the First Crusade 26 (24)
The condition of Islam 26 (1)
The first wave 26 (3)
The second wave: the march to 29 (3)
Constantinople
The second wave: Constantinople to Antioch 32 (5)
The second wave: the siege of Antioch and 37 (5)
its aftermath
The second wave: the liberation of 42 (2)
Jerusalem
The achievement of the second wave 44 (1)
The third wave 44 (3)
Developments in the idea of crusading 47 (3)
The Holy Places and the Patriarchates of 50 (32)
Jerusalem and Antioch
The founding of the settlements 50 (3)
The embellishment of the holy places 53 (8)
The establishment of the Latin Church 61 (5)
Relations with the indigenous after 1110 66 (9)
The contribution of the Latin Church 75 (7)
Settlement, Government and Defence of the 82 (30)
Latin East, 1097--1187
Countryside and town 82 (3)
Administration 85 (5)
The crown and the lords 90 (4)
Baldwin I to Baldwin V 94 (7)
The defence of the settlements 101 (8)
The Battle of Hattin and the loss of 109 (3)
Jerusalem
Crusading in Adolescence, 1102--1187 112 (25)
Crusaders or pilgrims 112 (4)
The early crusades of the twelfth century 116 (5)
The Second Crusade 121 (10)
Low morale 131 (3)
The development of traditions 134 (3)
Crusading comes of Age, 1187--1229 137 (46)
The Third Crusade 137 (9)
The crusade of 1197 146 (1)
Pope Innocent III 147 (2)
The Fourth Crusade 149 (12)
The Baltic crusades 161 (1)
The crusade against Markward of Anweiler 162 (1)
The Albigensian Crusade 163 (6)
Crusading in Spain 169 (2)
The Children's Crusade and the preaching 171 (5)
of the Fifth Crusade
The course of the Fifth Crusade 176 (4)
The crusade of Frederick II 180 (3)
Crusading in Maturity, 1229-c. 1291 183 (32)
Crusading thought in the mid-thirteenth 183 (3)
century
The Barons' Crusade, 1239--41 186 (3)
The first crusade of St Louis 189 (6)
Crusading in Prussia and Livonia 195 (4)
The first crusades against the Mongols 199 (1)
Crusading in Spain 199 (1)
Crusades against heretics 200 (1)
Political crusades 201 (6)
The second crusade of St Louis 207 (5)
Pope Gregory X 212 (1)
The failure to launch a great crusade 213 (2)
after 1276
The Latin East, 1192--c. 1291 215 (30)
Cilician Armenia 215 (1)
Cyprus 216 (1)
Greece 217 (7)
The Italians 224 (2)
The Ayyubids 226 (1)
The settlers' knowledge of Muslim politics 227 (1)
Antioch-Tripoli 228 (2)
Constitutional conflict in the kingdom of 230 (7)
Jerusalem
The emergence of the Mamluks 237 (1)
Changes to the Asiatic trade routes 238 (2)
The Mamluk conquests 240 (1)
The destruction of the settlements in 241 (4)
Palestine and Syria
The Variety of Crusading, c. 1291--1523 245 (37)
The range of options 245 (1)
Crusade theoreticians 246 (1)
The fall of the Templars 247 (4)
The Teutonic Knights in Prussia and 251 (3)
Livonia
The Hospitallers of St John on Rhodes 254 (3)
Features of the order-states 257 (1)
Cyprus 258 (1)
Greece 259 (2)
Crusading in Spain, 1302--54 261 (1)
Crusading in Italy, 1302--78 262 (2)
Crusading to the East in the aftermath of 264 (2)
the fall of Acre
Crusading to the East, 1323--60, and the 266 (2)
emergence of leagues
Peter I of Cyprus 268 (1)
Concern about the Turks 269 (2)
Crusades engendered by the Great Schism 271 (1)
The crusades of Mahdia and Nicopolis 271 (2)
Crusading against the Turks, 1397--1413 273 (1)
The Hussite crusades 274 (1)
The crusade of Varna 275 (1)
Reactions to the loss of Constantinople 276 (1)
and the reappearance of peasant armies
Pius II 277 (1)
The conquest of Granada and the invasion 278 (1)
of North Africa
Crusade plans, 1484--1522 279 (3)
The Old Age and Death of the Crusading 282 (17)
Movement, 1523--1798
The Reformation 282 (2)
The military orders 284 (1)
North Africa 285 (3)
The eastern theatre 288 (4)
The Hospitallers of St John and Malta 292 (5)
The death of crusading 297 (2)
Afterword 299 (11)
The critical romantics 299 (2)
The romantic imperialists 301 (3)
Neo-imperialists: Liberal, Marxist, 304 (2)
Zionist, Muslim
The Islamization of neo-imperialistic 306 (2)
history
The challenge to historiographical 308 (2)
tradition
Bibliography 310 (20)
Index 330