Diplomatics in the eastern Mediterranean 1000-1500: Aspects by Alexander Daniel Beihammer, Maria G. Parani, Christopher

By Alexander Daniel Beihammer, Maria G. Parani, Christopher David Schabel (Eds)

Within the politically and militarily advanced international of the medieval japanese Mediterranean humans and entities of alternative ethnic, non secular and linguistic backgrounds got here into shut touch at many alternative degrees.

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15 On these ofÀcials, see Jacoby, “The Greeks of Constantinople,” nn. 31–36. On the partition, see above, pp. 28–29. 32 david jacoby Gallipoli peninsula had been divided in 1204 between Venice and the Latin emperor, presumably Baldwin I. The Venetians abandoned the region in February 1206 under the pressure of the invading Vlacho-Bulgarian armies. Venice recovered most of its assets after the withdrawal of these forces in the same year, yet imperial and Venetian ofÀcers could not agree about the precise boundaries of Venice’s possessions.

XII 3 (Genoa, 1939); Oberto scriba de Mercato (1186), ed. M. Chiaudano, Notai liguri del sec. XII 4 (Genoa, 1940); Giovanni di Guiberto (1200 –1211), ed. M. W. Hall-Cole, H. G. Krueger, R. G. Reinert and R. L. , Notai liguri del sec. XII 5 (Genoa, 1939–1940); Lanfranco (1202–1226), ed. H. C. Krueger and R. L. , Notai liguri del sec. XII e del XIII 6 (Genoa 1951–1953). 44 The Synodicum Nicosiense and Other Documents of the Latin Church of Cyprus, 1196–1373, ed. and trans. Ch. Schabel, Texts and Studies in the History of Cyprus 39 (Nicosia, 2001); The Cartulary of the Cathedral of Holy Wisdom of Nicosia, ed.

164–182. Jacoby, “The Venetian Government,” pp. 29–31. 21 Idem, “The Venetian Presence,” pp. 170–171, 198–201. 22 On his career, see Jacoby, “The Venetian Government,” p. 69. , p. 26 and n. 30, pp. 64–79. , pp. 33–36. On the relations of Venice with the emperors of Nicaea, see D. Jacoby, “The Economy of Latin Constantinople, 1204–1261,” in A. , Urbs capta, The Fourth Crusade and Its Consequences. La IV e Croisade et ses conséquences, Réalités byzantines 10 (Paris, 2005), pp. 206–207. 20 34 david jacoby The levy of commercial taxes on the daily movement of goods entering and leaving the Venetian section of Constantinople could be swiftly implemented after the city’s conquest.

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