Byzantines and Crusaders in Non-Greek Sources, 1025-1204

Averil Cameron: PrefaceMichael Jeffreys: PBW: the project and the colloquiumJonathan Riley-Smith: Pilgrims and crusaders in western Latin sourcesPeter Edbury: Crusader sources from the Near East Michel Balard: Latin sources and Byzantine prosopography: Genoa, Venice, Pisa and BarcelonaMichael Angold: The Venetian chronicles and archives as sources for the history of Byzantium and the crusades Michael Angold and Michel Balard: Venice: a bibliographyVera von Falkenhausen: The south Italian sourcesKrijnie Ciggaar: Visitors from north-western Europe to Byzantium. Vernacular sources: problems and perspectivesSimon Franklin: Slavonic sourcesStephen H. Rapp Jr: Georgian sourcesTim Greenwood: Armenian sourcesWitold Witakowski: Syriac historiographical sourcesCarole Hillenbrand: Sources in ArabicJeremy Johns: Arabic sources for SicilyNicholas de Lange, with bibliography by Joshua Holo: Jewish sources
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