By James M. Powell
James M. Powell the following deals a brand new interpretation of the 5th Crusade's historic and social influence, and a richly worthwhile view of existence within the 13th century. Powell addresses such questions because the measure of renowned curiosity within the crusades, the spiritual weather of the interval, the social constitution of the club of the campaign, and the results of the recruitment attempt at the consequence.
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In England, where the conflict between the papacy and King John over the succession to the archbishopric of Canterbury was just entering its final phase, selection favored the scholars. The German commissioners included two bishops, one of whom, the former bishop of Halberstadt, Konrad von Krosik, had participated in the Fourth Crusade, remaining with the crusaders through the conquest of Constantinople and returning via Rome, where he met the pope. 22 The other German bishop, Conrad of Regensburg, was closely identified with the Hohenstaufen cause in Germany.
Roscher, Innocenz III, 143. 10. PL, 216:818. Migne has a misprint. The text should read Gregorii at this point. See RV 8, 140v, 23. 11. Manrique, Cisterciencium, 3:222-23, 233-34. See also Siberry, Criticism of Crusading, 201-4. 12. Mayer's statement (Crusades, 206) that the fortification of Mt. Tabor was "not itself important" is misleading. Certainly, in light of the internal problems faced by the Moslems, it is a correct conclusion, but it does not fully represent the realities confronting the pope and the Kingdom of Acre.
42. Baldwin, Masters, Princes, and Merchants, 1:19—25; Dickson and Dickson, "Cardinal Robert de Courson," esp. 75-82. 43. Mansilla, "Pelayo Gaitan," 30. 44. Maleczek, Pafst und Kardinalskolleg, 167-68. Brought to you by | New York University Bobst Library Authenticated Download Date | 2/11/15 12:55 AM 32 Anatomy of a Crusade 45. Funk, Jakob von Vitry, 37; Ernoul, 410. 46. ). 47. PL, 216:828-30; DHGE, 2: 357; Foreville, Latmn, 247. 48. Roscher, Innocenz III, 137-38, 143. 49. Rodenberg, 1:161-62.
Anatomy of a Crusade, 1213-1221 by James M. Powell