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The Crusades: Primary Source Anthologies

Short guide to researching the Crusades, in English, 11th-14th centuries.

Primary Source Anthologies

These works have copies of primary source documents in them.

Arab Historians of the Crusades, Selected and Translated from the Arabic Sources.  Main D 151 .G313 2 copies

Cathars and the Albigensian Crusade, a Sourcebook.  Main DC 83.2 .C38 2014

Christian Society and the Crusades, 1198-1229 Main D 151 .P47

Chronicle of the Crusades.  Main oversize (3 West) D 152 .M36 2009 v. 1-2.  To be on Reserve fall semester, 2018 for HST 205 Prof. Kaye. V. 1 is a facsimile of a 1474 French mss.  V. 2 contains an unabridged annotated edition in English, with commentary of v. 1, Les Passages DʹOutremer - The expeditions to Outremer

Chronicles of the Crusades, Eye-Witness Accounts of the Wars between Christianity and Islam Main oversize (3 West) D 151 .C56 1989 To be on Reserve fall semester, 2018 for HST 205 Prof. Kaye

Competing Voices from the Crusades.  Main D 151 .C73 2008

Crusade and Christendom, Annotated Documents in Translation from Innocent III to the Fall of Acre, 1187-1291.  Main D 151 .C765 2013 To be on Reserve fall semester, 2018 for HST 205 Prof. Kaye

Crusade Charters, 1138-1270.  Main D 151 .C77 2001

Crusades, a Reader Main D 151 .C78 2014 To be on Reserve fall semester, 2018 for HST 205 Prof. Kaye

Crusades, Idea and Reality, 1095-1274 Main D 151 .R554

Documents on the Later Crusades, 1274-1580.  Main D 172 .D63 1996 To be on Reserve fall semester, 2018 for HST 205 Prof. Kaye

Medieval Worlds, a Sourcebook.  Main D 113.5 .M43 2003 To be on Reserve fall semester, 2018 for HST 205 Prof. Kaye

Muslims and Crusaders : Christianity's Wars in the Middle East, 1095-1382, from the Islamic Sources  Main D157 .C474 2014

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