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The Sicilian Vespers; a history of the Mediterranean world in the later thirteenth century.

Cambridge [England] University Press, 1958.
ISBN 9780521437745, 0521437741

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V. Le Balze (Italy)
Subjects Italy -- Sicily.
Mediterranean Region -- History.
Mediterranean Region.
Méditerranée, Région de la -- Histoire.
Sicile (Italie) -- Histoire -- 1194-1282.
Sicily (Italy) -- History -- 1194-1282.
Sizilianische Vesper.
Description xiii, 355 pages illustrations, portraits, maps (1 folded) genealogical tables 22 cm
Copyright Date 1958.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 331-338).
Contents chapter I. Death of antichrist -- chapter II. Hohenstaufen inheritance -- chapter III. Across the Adriatic -- chapter IV. Search for a king: Edmund of England -- chapter V. Search for a king: Charles of Anjou -- chapter VI. Angevin Invasion -- chapter VII. Conradin -- chapter VIII. King Charles of Sicily -- chapter IX. Mediterranean Empire -- chapter X. Pope Gregory X -- chapter XI. Angevin revival -- chapter XII. great conspiracy -- chapter XIII. Vespers -- chapter XIV. Duel between the kings -- chapter XV. End of King Charles -- chapter XVI. Vespers and the fate of Sicily -- chapter XVII. Vespers and the fate of Europe.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Italy
Mediterranean Sea
Network Numbers (OCoLC)405614
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Runciman, Steven, 1903-2000.
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