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Title: Edward I and the Crusades
Author: Beebe, Bruce
Awarding Body: University of St Andrews
Current Institution: University of St Andrews
Date of Award: 1971
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This thesis has attempted to define and discuss as many aspects of English crusade policy in the late thirteenth century as the source material will allow. Following a brief chronological summary of Edward's involvement in the defence of the Holy Land, three sections form the framework of this examination of English crusading practice. The first consists of a narrative history of the Lord Edward's crusade of 1270-1272; the second deals with political factors which had relevance to English crusading activity throughout the period 1264-1307; and the final section includes a detailed examination of three important aspects of thirteenth-century crusading history: the contemporary relationship between theory and practice exemplified by English policies; the legatine authority and use of canonistic doctrines underling English preaching and recruitment; and the machinery through which English policies were financed.
Supervisor: Riley-Smith, Jonathan Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.716359  DOI: Not available
Keywords: DA229.B2 ; Edward I, King of England, 1239-1307 ; Crusades--13th-15th centuries ; Great Britain--History--Edward I, 1272-1307
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