A Companion to Latin Greece
BRILL, Nov 27, 2014 - History - 544 pages
The Companion to Latin Greece offers an overview of the history of the Latin states that were founded on former lands of the Byzantine Empire following the conquest of Byzantium by the armies of the Fourth Crusade.
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A Brief Introduction
Chapter 2 Crusades and Crusaders in Medieval Greece
Chapter 3 Land and Landowners in the Greek Territories under Latin Dominion 13th14th Centuries
Chapter 4 Society Administration and Identities in Latin Greece
Chapter 5 The Latin and Greek Churches in former Byzantine Lands under Latin Rule
Chapter 6 The Economy of Latin Greece
Chapter 7 Money and Currency in Medieval Greece
Between Segregation and Interaction
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