By James M. Powell
James M. Powell the following bargains a brand new interpretation of the 5th Crusade's old and social impression, and a richly worthwhile view of existence within the 13th century. Powell addresses such questions because the measure of well known curiosity within the crusades, the spiritual weather of the interval, the social constitution of the club of the campaign, and the consequences of the recruitment attempt at the consequence.
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PL, 215:820-21,1424-25. 38. , 1066. 39. Calendar, 154,935; 176,1065. See also Otway-Ruthven, History of Medieval Ireland, 136. 40. PL, 215:812-13; 216:436, 1251. 41. PL, 216:827-28. 42. Baldwin, Masters, Princes, and Merchants, 1:19—25; Dickson and Dickson, "Cardinal Robert de Courson," esp. 75-82. 43. Mansilla, "Pelayo Gaitan," 30. 44. Maleczek, Pafst und Kardinalskolleg, 167-68. Brought to you by | New York University Bobst Library Authenticated Download Date | 2/11/15 12:55 AM 32 Anatomy of a Crusade 45.
831. 54. Roscher, Innocenz III, 287. Evidence to support this view is found in the summary of another letter written by Innocent to al-'Adil shortly after the Lateran Council. He asks that nuntii should be chosen to carry apostolic letters to the sultan, "and, if they can they should enter into a peace with him" if he would be willing to restore the Holy Land to the Christians; Theiner, Vetem monumenta slavorum, 1:64. Innocent was fully prepared to pursue negotiations all the way up to the beginning of the crusade.
Jahrhundtrt. 9. Special studies may be found in the bibliography, but see especially Etienne Delaruelle, L'idee de croisade au moyen age, which contains the important essays written by this scholar on the ideological development of the idea of crusade. 10. See, for example, Donald Queller, The Fourth Crusade: The Conquest of Constantinople, 1201 -1204, and William C. lordan, Louis IX and the Challenge of the Crusade. 11. See, for example, Steven Runciman, A History of the Crusades, 3:170. See also Mayer, Crusades, 218.