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Crusade and Christendom : annotated documents in translation from Innocent III to the fall of Acre, 1187-1291

Author: Jessalynn Lea Bird; Edward Peters; James M Powell
Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, ©2013.
Series: Middle Ages series.
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"In 1213, Pope Innocent III issued his letter Vineam Domini, thundering against the enemies of Christendom--the 'beasts of many kinds that are attempting to destroy the vineyard of the Lord of Sabaoth'--and announcing a General Council of the Latin Church as redress. The Fourth Lateran Council, which convened in 1215, was unprecedented in its scope and impact, and it called for the Fifth Crusade as what its  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Named Person: Innocent, Pope; Innocent, Pope
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jessalynn Lea Bird; Edward Peters; James M Powell
ISBN: 9780812244786 0812244788 9780812222302 081222230X 9780812223132 0812223136
OCLC Number: 798923718
Language Note: Includes source materials translated into English.
Description: xxii, 512 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Crusade and Christendom, 1187-1291 --
Gregory VIII, Audita tremendi, 1187 --
PART I. THE POPE, CRUSADES, AND COMMUNITIES, 1198-1213 --
Innocent III, Post miserabile, 1198 --
Innocent III, Multe nobis attulit, 1199 --
The Lambrecht Rite for Taking the Cross, ca. 1200 --
Innocent III's Response to the Questions of Hubert Walter, 1200-1201 --
Facets of the Fourth Crusade, 1202-1204 --
The Albigensian Crusade, 1209-1229 --
Roman Intercessory Processions, 1212 --
The Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa, 1212 --
The Children's Crusade, 1212-1213 --
PART II. CRUSADE AND COUNCIL, 1213-1215 --
Innocent III, Quia maior, 1213 --
Innocent III, Pium et sanctum, 1213 --
An Anonymous Crusade-Recruiting Sermon, ca. 1213-1217 --
Innocent III's Response to the Questions of Conrad of Speyer, Quod iuxta verbum, 1213 --
Roger Wendover on the Fourth Lateran Council, 1215 --
The Fourth Lateran Council, Canon 71, Ad liberandam, 1215 --
PART III. THE FIFTH CRUSADE, 1213-1221 --
Roger Wendover on Signs and Portents, 1217 --
Letters of Gervase of Prémontré, 1216-1217 --
James of Vitry's Sermon to Pilgrims, 1229-1240 --
The Rhineland Crusaders, 1220 --
Oliver of Paderborn, The Capture of Damietta, ca. 1217-1222 --
Roger Wendover, Three Letters from the East, 1221-1222 --
Two Recruiters in Marseilles, 1224 --
Ibn Wasil on the Frankish Surrender, ca. 1282 --
PART IV. THE EMPEROR'S CRUSADE, 1227-1229 --
Roger Wendover on the Crusade of Frederick II, ca. 1230 --
Philip of Novara on the Crusade of Frederick II, ca. 1230 --
Frederick II, Letter to Henry III of England, 1229 --
Ibn Wasil (ca. 1282) and Ibn al-Jauzi (ca. 1250) on the Loss of Jerusalem --
The Letter of Gerold on Antichrist, ca. 1230 --
PART V. THE BARONS' CRUSADE, 1234-1245 --
Gregory IX, Rachel suum videns, 1234 --
Gregory IX to the Mendicant Orders, Pium et sanctum, 1234 --
Matthew Paris on Mendicant Preaching, 1234-1236 --
Lyrics of Thibaut IV of Champagne, ca. 1234-1239 --
Gregory IX to Frederick II, Considerantes olim, 1238 --
Matthew Paris: Richard of Cornwall on Crusade, 1245 --
Matthew Paris on Crusade Financing, 1241 --
Matthew Paris: The Sack of Jerusalem, 1244 --
The First Council of Lyons, 1245 --
PART VI. THE MONGOL CRUSADES, 1241-1262 --
Henry of Saxony to the Duke of Brabant, 1241 --
Frederick II to the Christian Princes, 1241 --
Gregory IX to King Bela of Hungary, Vocem in excelso, 1241 --
Gregory IX to the Abbot of Heiligenkreuz, Vocem in excelso, 1241 --
Continuatio Sancrucensis, 1234-1266 --
A Thirteenth-Century English Liturgical Response to the Mongol Threat --
Matthew Paris on Archbishop Peter and the Mongol Threat, 1244 --
The First Council of Lyons, 1245 --
The Master of the Temple to the Preceptor of Templar Houses in England, 1261 --
Alexander IV on the Tartar Threat, Clamat in auribus, 1261 --
Letter from Hülagü, Il-Khan of Persia, to Louis IX, 1262 --
PART VII. THE SAINT'S CRUSADES, 1248-1270 --
Jean de Joinville's Preparations for Departure on Crusade, 1248 --
John Sarrasin's Letter on the Capture of Damietta, 1249 --
Ibn Wasil (ca. 1282) and al-Maqrizi (ca. 1440) on Louis's Defeat --
Louis's Letter to the People of France, 1250 --
The Pastoureaux, 1251 --
The Register of Eudes Rigaud, 1260-1269 --
Rutebeuf, "Lament of the Holy Land," ca. 1266 --
PART VIII. THE ITALIAN CRUSADES, 1241-1268 --
Gregory IX to John of Civitella, Cum tibi duxerimus, 1241 --
Matthew Paris on Staufer Italy, 1245-1269 --
Urban IV to Louis IX on Manfred, Ecce fili carissime, 1264 --
Salimbene of Parma on Staufer Italy, ca. 1285 --
The Chronicle of Pedro III of Aragon (1283-1288) --
PART IX. LIVING AND DYING ON CRUSADE --
Ticket-Scalping on a Crusade Ship, 1248 --
Contract of Crusade Service, 1270 --
Lawsuit for Breach of Contract, 1250 --
Traveling in Style and at Risk, 1216-1217 --
The Last Will and Testament of Barzella Merxadrus, 1219 --
The Codicil of Count Henry of Rodez, 1222 --
The Archbishop of York on Ignoble Pilgrims, 1275 --
PART X. THE ROAD TO ACRE, 1265-1291 --
Gilbert of Tournai on Reform and Crusade, ca. 1272-1274 --
Humbert of Romans, Opusculum tripartitum, ca. 1272-1274 --
Gregory X and the Second Council of Lyons, 1274 --
The Templar of Tyre on the Fall of Acre, 1291 --
Abu l-Fidaʼ and Abu I-Mahasin on the Fall of Acre, 1291.
Series Title: Middle Ages series.
Responsibility: edited by Jessalynn Bird, Edward Peters, and James M. Powell.
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