Nicol, Byzantium and Venice (1988)
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Abbreviation
Nicol, Byzantium and Venice (1988)
Form of publication
Book

Donald M. Nicol, Byzantium and Venice. A Study in Diplomatic and Cultural Relations (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York and Melbourne 1988)

ISBN / ISSN
0-521-34157-4
Data
Byzantium and Venice concerns itself with diplomatic, commercial and cultural relations between Constantinople (or the Byzantine Empire) and Venice. List of Byzantine emperors (500-1453) pp 423-424, List of doges (727-1457) p 425. Bibliography pp 426-447. Index pp 448-465. Sketch maps XI-XIV. Total pages, 480.
Key words
Adriatic Sea.
Aegean Sea.
Alexandria, Medieval.
Angeli / Angeloi, Byzantine dynasty.
Aquileia.
Asia Minor / Asian Turkey.
Athens.
Black Sea / Euxine Pontus.
Booty.
Bosphorus / Bosphoros / Bosporos.
Byzantine administration.
Byzantine Constantinople.
Byzantine diplomacy.
Byzantine emperors.
Byzantine Empire.
Byzantine fleet.
Byzantine grain trade.
Byzantine noblewomen.
Byzantine period.
Byzantine Rhodes.
Byzantine-Venetian relations.
Cantacuzenoi / Kantakouzenoi family.
Cephalonia / Kephallonia.
Chios.
Comneni / Komnenoi.
Constantinople, Latin occupation.
Cyprus.
Dalmatia.
Dandolo, family.
Danube, Medieval trade.
Dardanelles / Hellespont.
Despotate of Epirus.
Durrës / Dyrrachion / Epidamnos.
Early Ottoman period.
Eastern Mediterranean.
Empire of Nicaea.
Empire of Trebizond.
Euboea / Evia.
Euxine Pontus / Black Sea.
Evangelist Mark, saint.
Evros, river / Hebrus, river.
Fall of Constantinople, 1204.
Fourth Crusade.
Franks.
Galata.
Gallipoli / Gelibolu.
Gattilusi, family.
Genovese.
Golden Horn.
Greece.
Hungary, medieval.
Italy.
Kerkyra / Corfu.
Knights of St John.
Late Antiquity.
Late Byzantine Constantinople.
Late Byzantine economy.
Late Byzantine Epirus / Epiros.
Late Byzantine period.
Late Byzantine period, Comnenian / Komnenian period.
Late Byzantine society.
Latin Church.
Latin Occupation.
Latin Rule.
Lesbos / Lesvos.
Macedonia.
Mark the Evangelist, saint.
Medieval Adriatic.
Medieval era.
Medieval Serbia.
Medieval Sicily.
Medieval Venice.
Mehmet II, the Conqueror.
Middle Byzantine period.
Mistra / Mystras.
Mongols.
Morea / Peloponnese.
Morosini, family.
Normans.
Orhan Gazi.
Ottoman Emirate.
Ottoman Sultanate.
Ottoman Sultans.
Palaeologans / Palaiologans.
Patriarch of Constantinople.
Peloponnese.
Pera / Beyoğlu.
Pillage.
Principate of Achaea.
Rhodes.
Rialto, Venice.
Sanoudos, family.
Sea of Marmara / Propontis.
Seljuk Turks.
Serbian rulers.
Sicilian Vespers.
Smyrna / İzmir.
Syria.
Tatar-Mongols.
Tenedos / Bozcaada.
Theodore / Theodoros Stratelates, saint.
Thrace.
Thracian Sporades, islands.
Turkey.
Turkish emirates.
Venetian Aegean.
Venetian Crete.
Venetian doges.
Venetian rule.
Venetian ships.
Venetian trade.
Venetians.
Venice.
Villehardouin family.
Zara / Zadar.