By Sir Thomas Heath
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The papacy eventually opted to eliminate Manfred by supporting Charles of Anjou, the brother of King Louis ix of France, as claimant to the Sicilian crown. 24 The dynamic appearance of Charles of Anjou in Mediterranean politics radically altered the course and shape of crusading in Frankish Greece. Having 21 Antonino Franchi, La svolta politico-ecclesiastica tra Roma e Bisanzio (1249–1254) (Rome, 1981); Chrissis, Crusading, pp. 159–72. , Les Registres d’Innocent iv, befar, 4 vols. (Paris, 1884–1911), nos.
They were followed by more sombre analyses of the circumstances surrounding the expedition and a series of more or less unanticipated difficulties that altered its course. 15 Given all this interest in this crusading attack on Christian Byzantium, it is rather ironical that the crusades which were proclaimed in the 13th century with the avowed intention of conquering or holding on to Byzantine territories have remained in relevant obscurity. These actual anti-Byzantine crusades have not drawn the same attention as the incidental one.
Chrissis, Crusading in Frankish Greece: A Study of Byzantine-Western Relations and Attitudes, 1204– 1282 (Turnhout, 2012), pp. 1–56. , Regesta Honorii Papae iii, 2 vols. (Rome, 1888–95), nos. 684–91, 859, 4059–60, 4353–55, 4360, 4753–54, 5189–5270; Chrissis, Crusading, pp. 57–82; Donald M. Nicol, The Despotate of Epiros (Oxford, 1957), pp. 57–64. 32 Chrissis Europe were not propitious. England was embroiled in an uprising of the barons against Henry iii, while King Béla’s priority was to solidify his control over the Hungarian nobility rather than to undertake a risky venture in the Balkans.
A History of Greek Mathematics: Volume 1. From Thales to Euclid by Sir Thomas Heath