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. <http://www.universitypress.dk/shop/cultural-encounters-during-3157p.html>

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). University Press of Southern Denmark. http://www.universitypress.dk/shop/cultural-encounters-during-3157p.html

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

Author

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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