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  • ISBN 0669008680
  • ISBN13 978-0669008685
  • Language English
  • Author Deno John Geanakoplos
  • Publisher D. C. Heath; First Edition, First Printing edition (1979)
  • Pages 513
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Mediaeval Western Civilization and the Byzantine and Islamic Worlds : Interaction of Three Cultures. By (author) Deno John Geanakoplos.

Medieval Western Civilization and the Byzantine and Islamic Worlds. Lexington, Massachusetts and Toronto: . Heath and Company, 1978. xiii + 513 p. 21 maps, 3 charts, illus. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 November 2018.

Geanakoplos, Deno John (1979). Medieval Western civilization and the Byzantine and Islamic worlds: interaction of three cultures. p. 463. ISBN 978-0-669-00868-5. Poliziano and Landino, and the Byzantine Demetrius Chalcocondyles, at the extreme right. The latter explained difficult passages in Plato to Ficino. Belloni, Gino; Fantoni, Marcello; Drusi, Riccardo (2007).

From, Byzantine East & Latin West: Two Worlds in Middle Ages and .

What brought the people of the West and the Byzantines into direct contact on a far greater scale, however, was the vast movement of the Crusades, which began at the end of the eleventh century. After a barbaric sack of three days, a tremendous amount of booty -sacred relics associated with the life of Christ and the saints, precious manuscripts, silver and gold religious treasures, and countless objects of art- was seized in this richest of Christian cities and carried back to adorn the churches and palaces of the West. Scholars, texts, traditions: the influence of classical antiquity in Western culture. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries. ^ Belloni, Gino; Fantoni, Marcello; Cassamarca, Fondazione; Drusi, Riccardo (2007). 31. ^ Hulme, Edward Maslin (2004).

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