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American Philosophical Society
Papacy and the Levant (1204-1571), Vol. IV: The 16th Century (Memoir 162)
Kenneth M. Setton
The fourth of 4 vols. which trace the history of the later Crusades & papal relations with the Levant from the accession of Innocent III (in 1198) to the reign of Pius V & the Battle of Lepanto (1566-71). Contents of this vol.: The Murder of Martinuzzi, the Turks on Land & at Sea, the War of Siena; The Reign of Paul IV to the Outbreak of the War with Spain; Paul IV, the War with Spain & Jean de la Vigne at the Porte; The Election of Pius IV & the Fall of the Carafeschi, Cyprus & the Turkish Success at Jerba; The Third Period & Closure of the Council of Trent; France, Venice, & the Porte -- the Turkish Siege of Malta; Pius V, Spain, & Venice; the Turks in Chios & the Adriatic; the Revolt of the Netherlands; Venice, Cyprus, & the Porte in the Early Years of Selim II; The Failure of the Expedition of 1570 & Pius Vís Attempts to Form the Anti-Turkish League; The Holy League, the Continuing War with the Turks, & the Fall of Famagusta; & the Road to Lepanto, the Battle, & a Glance at the Following Century.
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