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|Named Person:||J Chrysostomides|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J Chrysostomides; Michael Emerson Heslop; Charalambos Dendrinos
|Description:||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Contents: Preface; John V Palaeologus in Venice (1370-1371) and the Chronicle of Caroldo: a re-interpretation; Studies on the Chronicle of Caroldo, with special reference to the history of Byzantium from 1370 to 1377; Venetian commercial privileges under the Palaeologi; Corinth 1394-1397: some new facts; An unpublished letter of Nerio Acciaiuoli (30 October 1384); Italian women in Greece during the late 14th and early 15th centuries; Was Neri Acciaiuoli ever lord of Vostitsa and Nivelet?; Merchant versus nobles: a sensational court case in the Peloponnese (1391-1404); Glimpses of wealth and poverty in Greece during the 14th and 15th centuries as seen in Venetian documents; Symbiosis in the Peloponnese in the aftermath of the 4th Crusade; Tenedos 1376 revisited; Index of persons and places.|
|Series Title:||Collected studies, CS972.|
|Responsibility:||Julian Chrysostomides ; edited by Michael Heslop and Charalambos Dendrinos.|
'... this is a carefully presented volume, containing valuable research on a turbulent period of eastern Mediterranean history, and a fitting tribute to a dedicated teacher and scholar.'