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The Oxford Illustrated History of the Crusades
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The Crusading Movement and Historians. Origins. The Crusading Movement, 1096-1274. The Minds of Crusaders to the East, 1095-1300. Songs. The Latin East, 1098-1291. Art in the Latin East, 1098-1291. Architecture in the Latin East, 1098-1571. The Military Orders, 1120-1312. Islam and the Crusades, 1096-1699. The Crusading Movement, 1274-1700. The Latin East, 1291-1669. The Military Orders, 1312-1798. Images of the Crusades in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Revival and Survival. Chronology. Guide to Further Reading. Index

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About the Editor:
Jonathan Riley-Smith is Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History at the University of Cambridge and is one of the world's leading authorities on the Crusades. His previous publications include The The Atlas of the Crusades and The Crusades: A Short History.

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"In 1095 Pope Urban II granted absolutions to whomever would reclaim the Holy Land for Christendom. With that assurance began two centuries of Crusades, and the story, in contemporary chronicles, artwork, and castellated ruins, is well treated in this interpretation of the movement to take up the
cross."Booklist


"In 1095 Pope Urban II granted absolutions to whomever would reclaim the Holy Land for Christendom. With that assurance began two centuries of Crusades, and the story, in contemporary chronicles, artwork, and castellated ruins, is well treated in this interpretation of the movement to take up the
cross."Booklist

"In 1095 Pope Urban II granted absolutions to whomever would reclaim the Holy Land for Christendom. With that assurance began two centuries of Crusades, and the story, in contemporary chronicles, artwork, and castellated ruins, is well treated in this interpretation of the movement to take up the cross."Booklist


"In 1095 Pope Urban II granted absolutions to whomever would reclaim the Holy Land for Christendom. With that assurance began two centuries of Crusades, and the story, in contemporary chronicles, artwork, and castellated ruins, is well treated in this interpretation of the movement to take up the cross."Booklist


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