Byzantium and Venice: 1204-1453 : 18. Co-editor with M. Heslop, Byzantium and Venice: 1204-1453. Collected Studies by Julian Chrysostomides. / Dendrinos, Charalambos (Editor); Heslop, Michael (Editor).

Aldershot : Ashgate, 2011. 310 p. (Variorum Reprints).

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The volume comprises a selection of articles by the late Julian Chrysostomides (1928-2008), former Director of the Hellenic Institute at Royal Holloway and Emeritus Reader in Byzantine History at the University of London. The articles focuse on Byzantium after the Fourth Crusade and its relationship with Venice, particularly in the late Palaeologan period. Seven of the articles deal with aspects of Veneto-Byzantine dealings in the Peloponnese, while the remainder concentrate on the political and commercial ties between the Byzantines and Venetians. The essays draw upon Julian Chrysostomides’unrivalled knowledge of the relevant Venetian documents.
Contents: Venice (1370-1371) and the Chronicle of Caroldo: a reinterpretation; Studies on the Chronicle of Caroldo, with special reference to the history of Byzantium from 1370 to 1377; Venetian commercial privileges under the Palaeologi; Corinth 1394-1397: some new facts; An unpublished letter of Nerio Acciaiuoli (30 October 1384); Italian women in Greece during the late 14th and early 15th centuries; Was Nerio Acciaiuoli ever lord of Vostitsa and Nivelet?; Merchant versus nobles: a sensational court case in the Peloponnese (1391-1404); Glimpses of wealth and poverty in Greece during the 14th and 15th centuries as seen in Venetian documents; Symbiosis in the Peloponnese in
the aftermath of the 4th Crusade; Tenedos 1376 revisited; Index of persons and places.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAldershot
PublisherAshgate
Number of pages310
ISBN (Print)978-1-4094-2370-6
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2011

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