‘On the Frontier of the Orthodox and Latin World: Religious Patronage in Medieval Frankish Greece’

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Abstract

This paper considers the different fortunes of the Cistercians and Mendicants established in Frankish Greece after the Fourth Crusade and attempts to explain the friars' popularity and success in securing the patronage of the laity.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMonasteries on the Borders of Medieval Europe: Conflict and Cultural Interaction
EditorsEmilia Jamroziak, Karen Stöber
Place of PublicationTurnhout
PublisherBrepols
Pages193-210
Number of pages0
ISBN (Print)978-2-503-54535-6
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Publication series

NameMedieval Church Studies

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Laity
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Tsougarakis, N. I. (2013). ‘On the Frontier of the Orthodox and Latin World: Religious Patronage in Medieval Frankish Greece’. In E. Jamroziak, & K. Stöber (Eds.), Monasteries on the Borders of Medieval Europe: Conflict and Cultural Interaction (pp. 193-210). (Medieval Church Studies). Turnhout: Brepols.
Tsougarakis, Nickiphoros I. / ‘On the Frontier of the Orthodox and Latin World: Religious Patronage in Medieval Frankish Greece’. Monasteries on the Borders of Medieval Europe: Conflict and Cultural Interaction. editor / Emilia Jamroziak ; Karen Stöber. Turnhout : Brepols, 2013. pp. 193-210 (Medieval Church Studies).
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‘On the Frontier of the Orthodox and Latin World: Religious Patronage in Medieval Frankish Greece’. / Tsougarakis, Nickiphoros I.

Monasteries on the Borders of Medieval Europe: Conflict and Cultural Interaction. ed. / Emilia Jamroziak; Karen Stöber. Turnhout : Brepols, 2013. p. 193-210 (Medieval Church Studies).

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Tsougarakis NI. ‘On the Frontier of the Orthodox and Latin World: Religious Patronage in Medieval Frankish Greece’. In Jamroziak E, Stöber K, editors, Monasteries on the Borders of Medieval Europe: Conflict and Cultural Interaction. Turnhout: Brepols. 2013. p. 193-210. (Medieval Church Studies).