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The Latin conquest of Constantinople Latin conquest of Constantinople.
Queller, Donald E., comp.
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LCC: D164 .Q4 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 940.1/8 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Table Of Contents
The view of a leader, by Geoffrey of Villehardouin.
A view from the ranks, by Robert of Clari.
Venetion greed, by Louis de Mas Latrie.
The treacherous Treaty of 1202, by C. Hopf.
Swabian responsibility, by E. Winkelmann.
The papal party blames the Germans: Innocent's Epistolae and the Gesta Innocentii.
The chief responsibility was Philip of Swabia's, by Comte P. Riant.
The Treaty of 1202 disproved, by G. Hanotaux.
The false treaty perpetuated, by E. Pears.
A French theory of accidents, by J. Tessier.
The evolutionary view of diversion, by W. Norden.
An insoluble problem, by A. Luchaire.
A common-sense approach, by L. Usseglio.
Did Villehardouin conceal the truth? By E. Faral.
When did Alexius arrive in the West? by H. Gregoire.
Alexius' escape to the West, by N. Choniates.
The failure of Christian fraternity, by W. M. Daly.
In defense of Venice, by R. Cessi.
The current synthesis, by E. H. McNeal and R. L. Wolff.
Doctrinal causes, by A. Frolow.
The mind of the mass, by P. Alphandéry.
Conclusion and select bibliography (p. 109-113)
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Queller, Donald E., Latin conquest of Constantinople