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Venice, Austria, and the Turks in the 17th Century (Memoir 192)
Venice, Austria, and the Turks in the 17th Century

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By Kenneth M. Setton
Year: 1991
Pages: 502
Binding Paperback
ISBN 0871691922

Product Code: 0871691922

Memoir 192
This book is in many ways a sequel to the 4 vols. of Setton’s “Papacy & the Levant (1204-1571),” although the emphasis has shifted northward from the Holy See to Venice & Austria. Includes such topics as: Austrians & Turks in the Long War (21592-1606); the Bohemian Succession, & the Outbreak of the 30 Years’ War; Gustavus Adolphus, Cardinal Richeliu, & the Hapsburgs; the Increasing Importance of France; The Treaties of Westphalia; Venice, Malta, & the Turks; The Long War of Candia; The Turco-Venetian War (1646-1653); Naval Battles at the Dardanelles (1654-1657); the Cretan War; Papal Aid to Venice; Surrender of Venice to the Turks; Turco-Venetian Relations (1670-1683) & the Turkish Siege of Vienna; The Conquests of the Austrians in Hungary, the Revolt of the Turkish Army, & the Venetians in the Morea (1684-1687); the Invasion of Attica, & the Destruction of the Parthenon; The Venetians’ Withdrawal fron Athens; the Removal of Antiquities; Louis XIV, the Turks, & the War of the League of Augsburg; the Turkish Reconquest of the Morea; the Victories of Eugene of Savoy; & Venice as a Playground of Europe.

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