Crusader Castles And Modern Histories - Ronnie Ellenblum
Cambridge University Press (2007)
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Crusades - Historiography, Castles - History

This revisionist study unpacks the modern historiography of the Crusades, historically influenced by nationalist and colonialist discourses, and challenges current debates over the provenance of Crusader military architecture. It argues that Crusader castles should instead be regarded as the most evident visual expression of a cultural dialogue between east and west.

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LoC Classification D156.58 .E45 2007
Dewey 909.07
Format Hardcover
Cover Price 53,00 €
No. of Pages 374
Height x Width 226 x 160 mm
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