Crusading in the Later Middle Ages (14th – 16th centuries)

List of articles about crusading in the Later Middle Ages:

Writing and Imagining the Crusade in Fifteenth-Century Burgundy: The Case of the Expedition Narrative in Jean de Wavrin’s Anciennes Chroniques d’Angleterre, by Robert Byron Joseph Desjardins

How One Fourteenth-Century Venetian Remembered the Crusades: The Maps and Memories of Marino Sanuto, by Julia Harte

The Turk as a Tool of God: Augustinism and the Battle of Nicopolis, by Charles-Louis Morand-Métivier

The role of castles in the political and military history of the Crusader States and the Levant 1187 to 1380, by Bengt Kristia Molin

The crusading plans during the fourteenth and fifteenth century, by Al Hajji Hayaat Nasser

Conquest, Crusade and Pilgrimage: The Alliterative Morte Arthure in its Late Ricardian Crusading Context, by Marco Nievergelt

“A Vile, Infamous, Diabolical Treaty”: The Franco-Ottoman Alliance of Francis I and the Eclipse of the Christendom Ideal, by Anthony Carmen Piccirillo

Orthodoxy on Sale: The last Byzantine and the lost Crusade, by Silvia Ronchey

Theory, practice and chivalric identity : the French contribution to the later crusades, by Irina Savinetskaya

Anti-Ottoman Warfare and Italian Propaganda: The Crusader Background of the Ottoman Raid on Oradea in 1474, by Alexandru Simon

The Alexandrian Crusade (1365) and the Mamluk Sources: Reassessment of the kitab al-ilmam of an-Nuwayri al-Iskandarani, by Jo Van Steenbergen

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