The Gattilusio Lordships and the Aegean World 1355-1462

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BRILL, Jan 9, 2014 - History - 488 pages
In The Gattilusio Lordships, Christopher Wright offers a window into the culturally and politically diverse world of the late medieval Aegean, through the microcosm of one of the small and distinctive regimes that flourished in this fragmented environment.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter One Political Context and Development
29
Sovereignty and Legitimacy
77
Migration and Solidarity
129
Family and Enterprise
187
Communities and Government
245
Common Causes and Compromises
319
Security and Submission
359
Conclusion
399
Appendix One Old Phokaia
407
Appendix Two Territorial Acquisitions in the Northern Aegean
413
Appendix Three The Alum of Maroneia
419
Bibliography
423
Index
451
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