The Travels of Ibn Jubayr and his View of Saladin. / Phillips, Jonathan.

Cultural Encounters During the Crusades. ed. / Kurt Villads Jensen; Kirsi Salonen; Helle Vogt. Aarhus : University Press of Southern Denmark, 2013. p. 75-90.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

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The Travels of Ibn Jubayr and his View of Saladin. / Phillips, Jonathan.

Cultural Encounters During the Crusades. ed. / Kurt Villads Jensen; Kirsi Salonen; Helle Vogt. Aarhus : University Press of Southern Denmark, 2013. p. 75-90.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Phillips, J 2013, The Travels of Ibn Jubayr and his View of Saladin. in KV Jensen, K Salonen & H Vogt (eds), Cultural Encounters During the Crusades. University Press of Southern Denmark, Aarhus, pp. 75-90.

APA

Phillips, J. (2013). The Travels of Ibn Jubayr and his View of Saladin. In K. V. Jensen, K. Salonen, & H. Vogt (Eds.), Cultural Encounters During the Crusades (pp. 75-90). Aarhus: University Press of Southern Denmark.

Vancouver

Phillips J. The Travels of Ibn Jubayr and his View of Saladin. In Jensen KV, Salonen K, Vogt H, editors, Cultural Encounters During the Crusades. Aarhus: University Press of Southern Denmark. 2013. p. 75-90

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Phillips, Jonathan. / The Travels of Ibn Jubayr and his View of Saladin. Cultural Encounters During the Crusades. editor / Kurt Villads Jensen ; Kirsi Salonen ; Helle Vogt. Aarhus : University Press of Southern Denmark, 2013. pp. 75-90

BibTeX

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