3 edition of East and west in the medieval eastern Mediterrean found in the catalog.
East and west in the medieval eastern Mediterrean
by Uitgeverij Peeters en Departement Oosterse Studies in Leuven, Dudley, Mass
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by K. Ciggaar and M. Metcalf ; A.A. Bredius Foundation.|
|Series||Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta -- 147|
|Contributions||Ciggaar, Krijna Nelly., Metcalf, D. M.|
|LC Classifications||CB251 .E19 2006|
|The Physical Object|
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East and West in the Early Middle Ages: The Merovingian Kingdoms in Mediterranean Perspective. by Stefan Esders (Editor), Yaniv Fox (Editor), Yitzhak Hen (Editor), Laury Sarti (Editor) & 1 more.
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East and West in the medieval eastern Mediterranean. Book Author(s) Krijna Nelly Ciggaar, D. Metcalf Date Publisher Uitgeverij Peeters en Departement Oosterse Studies Pub place Dudley, Mass, Leuven East and West in the Crusader states: context, Library availability.
Medieval Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean and Beyond (Variorum Collected Studies) - Kindle edition by Jacoby, David.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Medieval Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean and Beyond (Variorum Collected Studies).Manufacturer: Routledge. Book Description Collected Studies CS The articles in this collection cover the region extending from Italy to the Black Sea and to Egypt, over a period of seven centuries, with an emphasis on the considerable economic and social interaction between the West and the regions of the Eastern Mediterranean.
An exploration of traditional performances in the Eastern Mediterranean in the medieval and Early Modern periods. This book brings to life an impressively broad array of performances in the Eastern Mediterranean. This book has been cited by the following publications.
East–West Trade in the Medieval Mediterranean. London: Variorum Reprints. Aslanian, S. “The geographies of trade and traders in the eastern Mediterranean – a Geniza. In the politically and militarily complex world of the medieval Eastern Mediterranean people and entities of different ethnic, religious and linguistic backgrounds came into close contact at many different levels, from everyday dealings in the marketplace to high diplomacy between competing states, thus providing scope for fertile cross-cultural interaction and permeation.
Medieval Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean and Beyond book. Medieval Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean and Beyond. with an emphasis on the considerable economic and social interaction between the West and the regions of the Eastern Mediterranean.
They represent key works in the oeuvre of David Jacoby, the doyen of scholars in the field. This volume presents 22 critical studies on this crucial period () in the development of the Western expansion into the Eastern Mediterranean. These works deal with economy and trade, migration and colonization, crusade and conquest, military orders, as well as religious diversity and cross-cultural interaction.
The Hardcover of the East and West in the Early Middle Ages: The Merovingian Kingdoms in Mediterranean Perspective by Stefan Esders at Barnes & Noble. This volume offers an overview of the rich narrative material circulating in the medieval Mediterranean.
As a multilingual and multicultural zone, the Eastern Mediterranean offered a broad market for tales in both oral and written form and longer works of fiction, which were translated and reworked in order to meet the tastes and cultural expectations of new audiences, thus becoming.
The book is also a sequel to his previous one, Latins, Greeks and Muslims: Encounters in the Eastern Mediterranean, 10thth Centuries. The dominance of concepts such as ‘the Crusades’ in formulating questions is something the author seeks to highlight and he points out that taking other perspectives on these large societal, cultural, and.
By Alice Isabella Sullivan. Throughout the medieval period, Eastern Europe stood at the crossroads of different traditions—among them Latin, Greek, Slavic, and Islamic—which informed local political, military, economic, cultural, and artistic developments.
Whereas the medieval West has established its footing in scholarship and the popular imagination, relatively little is known about the countries, peoples. This volume focusses on the interplay between war and society in the Eastern Mediterranean, in a period which witnessed the Arab conquests, the Seljuk invasion, the Crusades, and the Mongol incursions.
The military aspects of these momentous events have not been fully discussed so far. In this landmark survey, distinguished art historian Robert Ousterhout introduces readers to the rich and diverse architectural traditions of the medieval Eastern Mediterranean.
The focus of the book is the Byzantine (or East Roman) Empire ( CE), with its capital in Constantinople, although the framework expands chronologically to. The rich and diverse architectural traditions of the Eastern Mediterranean and adjacent regions are the subject of this book.
Representing the visual residues of a “forgotten” Middle Ages, the social and cultural developments of the Byzantine Empire, the Caucasus, the Balkans, Russia, and the Middle East parallel the more familiar architecture of Western Europe.
While the East struggled, the West was transformed. It can be argued that, at least on one level, the fate of East and West was intimately tied to religion and the role of Christianity, a fact acknowledged by Eastern emperors soliciting western military support via the Medieval papacy.
Books are a key resource for information about the Medieval period. The subject headings listed in this section can be used to find books related to Middle East Medieval history topics in any library catalog which uses Library of Congress Subject Headings, including CSU's library catalog (it is not an exhaustive list).Do a subject search using the terms below to identify books in the library.Italy, Spain and Morocco, the East and the West have never been so close as on a cruise on MSC Cruises.
There's no better time than now to book one of our Mediterranean cruises. Enjoy an incredible vacation to the Med surrounded by cultural capitals, stunning .The articles in East and West in the Early Middle Ages: The Merovingian Kingdoms in Mediterranean Perspective refocus attention away from whether early medieval kingdoms continued or changed formerly western Roman practices or whether continued connections between western Europe and the Mediterranean were simple importations from the East.