2 edition of Greeks and Latins on Cyprus in the Thirteenth Century found in the catalog.
April 1988 by Hellenic College Press .
Written in English
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Peace and Conflict Review Summer 3 History of the Cyprus Conflict Because of its position on the main routes between Europe and Asia, Cyprus has been the focus of both political conflict and cultural interaction. Cyprus was colonized in about the . It reached its high point in the thirteenth century, which was the age par excellence of scholastic theology. “ Scholastic theology” means “school theology,” and the “school” in question was the university. Western universities began to take shape around the middle of the twelfth century, with Paris and Bologna leading the way.
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Greeks and Latins on Cyprus in the thirteenth century Paperback – January 1, by Miltiades B. Efthimiou (Author)Author: Miltiades B.
Efthimiou. Genre/Form: Church history History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Efthimiou, Miltiades B. Greeks and Latins on Cyprus in the thirteenth century. Title: Latins and Greeks in the Eastern Mediterranean After Volume 4 of Mediterranean historical review: Editors: Binyāmîn Arbel, Benjamin Arbel, Bernard Hamilton, David Jacoby: Contributors: Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies (Great Britain), Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East Edition4/5(2).
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engendered by the defeat of the Crusaders in Tripoli toward the end of the thirteenth century. The article also examines the Cypriot Maronite situation during the reigns of the Latins and the Ottomans.
It also brings to light the reasons behind the demise of the Maronite colony in Cyprus, which at times numbered sixty villages but was. Latins and Greeks in the Eastern Mediterranean After Western Attitudes to Frankish Greece in the Thirteenth Century. View abstract. This list is preceded by the misleading title, 'The noble lineages or families of Cyprus' (Les races ou maisons nobles de Cypre), and is followed by the phrase 'here, then, are all the noble Cited by: Pages in category "13th century in Greece" The following 20 pages are in this category, out of 20 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes (). Although Achaean Greeks were living in Cyprus from the 14th century, most of them inhabited the island after the Trojan war. Achaeans were colonizing Cyprus from to BC. Dorian Greeks arrived around BC and, unlike the pattern on the Greek mainland, the evidence suggests that they settled on Cyprus peacefully.
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