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Muntaner, Ramon The Catalan Expedition to the East
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Ramon Muntaner

The Catalan Expedition to the East

From the Chronicle` of Ramon Muntaner

€ 26.95



Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Introduction: Ramon Muntaner and his Chronicle 9(4)
J.N. Hillgarth
Translator`s Preface 13(8)
The Catalan Expedition to the East
On Friar Roger`s Beginnings
21(4)
How Friar Roger Joined King Frederick
25(4)
On the siege of Messina and how it was raised by Friar Roger
29(3)
On the end of the war, and on how peace was established between King Frederick and Sir Charles and King Charles of Naples
32(4)
On how Friar Roger made Arrangements to travel to Constantinople
36(2)
On how Friar Roger sent envoys to the Emperor
38(3)
On how the Grand Duke made preparations for travelling to Constantinople
41(3)
On how there was a violent struggle between the Catalans and the Genoese in Constantinople
44(3)
On how the Grand Duke went to Artaki and defeated the Turks
47(4)
On how the Grand Duke presented a very great gift to the Company
51(4)
On the second battle that the Grand Duke fought against the Turks close to Philadelphia
55(2)
On how the Turks were defeated at Tira and on how Corberan of Let perished there
57(2)
The miracle which took place in the city of Ephesus and the manna from the body of Saint John the Evangelist
59(2)
On how the Grand Duke was in the city of Anaea and went to the Iron Gate
61(3)
On how the Grand Duke visited the Emperor of Constantinople
64(3)
On how the noble Berengar of Entenca came to Romania
67(1)
On how the Grand Duke was made Caesar
68(3)
On how the forces of the Company stayed in Gallipoli
71(2)
On how the Caesar perished in the city of Adrianople at the behest of the Emperor`s son
73(3)
On how Berengar of Entenca went to the city of Heraclea
76(3)
On how Berengar of Entenca captured the said city of Heraclea
79(2)
On the council of the Grand Company
81(2)
On how the Company fought the first battle against the Emperor in Gallipoli
83(3)
On how the Company fought the second battle against the Emperor`s son
86(4)
On how the Company went to sack the city of Rodosto
90(1)
On how Ferdinand Eiximenis of Arenos carried out raids in the immediate vicinity of Constantinople and on how he captured Madytos
91(4)
On how Sir Christopher George came to mount an attack upon Gallipoli
95(2)
On how Rocafort raided Stenia
97(1)
On how the Company went to fight against the Alans and Ramon Muntaner stayed behind to defend Gallipoli
98(4)
On how the Genoese challenged the Company
102(3)
On how they came to attack Gallipoli
105(4)
On how the Turks became part of the Company
109(2)
On how the noble Berengar of Entenca came out of prison and returned to Gallipoli
111(2)
On how the Lord Infant Ferdinand came to Romania and to Gallipoli
113(6)
On how the members of the Company left Gallipoli and on how there was a fight amongst them in which the noble Berengar of Entenca perished
119(4)
On how the Lord Infant left the Company
123(3)
On the sacking of the castle of Phocea
126(4)
On how the Infant Ferdinand was captured by Venetians
130(2)
On how the Company acknowledged Sir Theobald of Cepoy as commander on behalf of Sir Charles of France
132(3)
On how the Venetian galleys departed from the Company and how I, Ramon Muntaner, went away with them
135(3)
On the galleys of Riembau des Far
138(2)
On how the Lord Infant Ferdinand emerged from King Robert`s prison
140(2)
On how the members of the Company took Rocafort captive and handed him over to Sir Theobald of Cepoy
142(3)
On how the Duke of Athens left the Duchy to the Count of Brienne and on how the Company went to the Morea
145(2)
On how the Count of Brienne fought against the Company
147(3)
On how the Turks and Turcopoles wished to return to their country
150(2)
On how the Company took the Duchy of Athens
152(3)
On the German Princes who conquered the Duchy of Athens in the first place
155(2)
On a lofty nobleman who visited the Duke of Athens
157(4)
Select Bibliography 161
Extra informatie: 
Paperback / softback
163 pagina's
Januari 2006
427 gram
233 x 155 x 22 mm
TAMESIS gb


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