By Mary Whitby
Those essays survey the variety of historic assets from the peoples who collided with the Byzantine Empire in this interval of dramatic upheaval. they offer an outline of this frequently tricky fabric, and supply special bibliographies. Latin, Arabic, Jewish, Slavonic, Georgian, Armenian and Syriac assets are all mentioned.
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Much later, in 1191, the crusaders were to take control of Cyprus, a Byzantine province where a few years earlier a member of the imperial family, Isaac Doukas Komnenos, had seized power in defiance of the authorities in Constantinople. But even those areas further south that came under crusader rule and that had not been in Byzantine hands since the Arab conquests of the seventh century contained a substantial Orthodox population. Traditionally the emperors had posed as protectors of the Christian communities in the Holy Land, and so, for instance, in the mid-eleventh century Constantine IX Monomachos had contributed to the rebuilding of the Holy Sepulchre.
S. Fink, A History of the Expedition to Jerusalem, 1095-1127 (Knoxville, 1969). C. , CCCM 63-63a (Turnhout, 1986); tr. A. C. , Records of Civiisation and Studies 35 (New York, 1943). 30 `Balduini III Historia nicaena vel antiochena', RHC Oc 5, 133-86. 31 W. , 'Monachi florentini acconensis episcopi de recuperatione Ptolernaidae liber', in Roger of Howden, Chronica, Rolls Series 51, vol. 3 (1870), cv-ccxxxvi. J. Nicholson, Chronicle of the Third Crusade. A translation of the Itinerarium peregrinoraan et Gesta regis Ricardi, Crusade Texts in Translation 3 (Aldershot 1997), 5, n.
Kehr, 2 vols. s. 1 (Berlin, 1926-8) PILGRIMS AND CRUSADERS IN WESTERN LATIN SOURCES 19 Regesta pontificum romanorurn: Germania pontfcia, ed. , 7 vols. (Berlin and Gottingen, 1911-87) Italia pontjcia, ed. Paul F. , 10 vols. (Berlin and Zurich, 1906-75) Secular Court and Chancery Records Here is a selection of useful material: Actes des comtes de Flandre 1071-1128, ed. Fernand Vercauteren (Brussels, 1938) Conrad III, Urkunden, ed. Friedrich Hausmann, MGH. Die Urkunden der deutschen Konige and Kaiser 9 (Vienna, Cologne, and Graz, 1969) Curia Regis Rolls, 1194-5, ed.