Post-classical history

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Bartusis, M. C., The Late Byzantine Army: Arms and Society 1204–1453 (Philadelphia, 1992)

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Crouzet-Pavan, E., ‘Quand le doge part à la croisade…’ in J. Paviot and J. Verger (eds.), Guerre, pouvoir et noblesse au Moyen Age (Paris, 2000) pp. 167–74

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Ferluga, ‘L’aristocratie byzantine en Morée au temps de la conquête latine’, Byzantinische Forschungen, 4 (1972) pp. 76–87

Ferrard, C. G., ‘The Amount of Constantinopolitan Booty in 1204’, Studi Veneziani, 13 (1971) pp. 95–104

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Herrin, J., ‘The Collapse of the Byzantine Empire in the Twelfth Century’, University of Birmingham Historical Journal, 12 (1969–70) pp. 188–203

Jacoby, D., ‘Byzantium, the Italian Maritime Powers and the Black Sea before 1204’, Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 100 (2007) pp. 677–99

——, ‘Italian Privileges and Trade in Byzantium before the Fourth Crusade; A Reconsideration’, Anuario de estudios medievales, 24 (1994) pp. 349–69

Karlin-Hayter, P., ‘Notes sur le LATINIKON dans l’armée et les historiens de Nicée’, Byzantinische Forschungen, 4 (1972) pp. 142–50

Kazhdan, A., ‘Terminology of Warfare in the History of Niketus Choniates: Contingents and Battle’, in K. Tsiknakis (ed.), Byzantium at War (9th–12th c.) (Athens, 1997) pp. 75–91

Kedar, B. Z., ‘The Fourth Crusade’s Second Front’, in A. Laiou (ed.), Urbs Capta: The Fourth Crusade and its Consequences (Paris, 2005) pp. 89–110

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Noble, P. S., ‘1204, The Crusade Without Epic Heroes’, in P. E. Bennett (et al. eds.), Epic and Crusade (Edinburgh, 2006) pp. 89–104

——, ‘Eyewitnesses of the Fourth Crusade; the reign of Alexios V’, in E. Kooper (ed.), The Medieval Chronicle, II (New York, 2002) pp. 178–89

——, ‘Eyewitnesses to the Fourth Crusade – the war against Alexios III’, Reading Medieval Studies, 25 (1999) pp. 75–89

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——, ‘The Venetian Fleet for the Fourth Crusade and the Diversion of the crusade to Constantinople’, in N. Housley and M. Bull (eds.), The Experience of Crusading, vol. 1: Western Approaches (Cambridge, 2003) pp. 103–23

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——, ‘The Kleinchronikon on Byzantium’s Relations with the Seljuks and on the Oriental Frankish Kingdom’s Relations with Saladin and the Mamelukes (AD: 1067–1291)’, Journal of Oriental and African Studies, 1 (1989)

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