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By Eric Christiansen

The 'Northern Crusades', encouraged by means of the Pope's demand a Holy battle, are much less celebrated than these within the heart East, yet they have been additionally extra winning: immense new territories grew to become and stay Christian, akin to Finland, Estonia and Prussia. Newly revised within the gentle of the new advancements in Baltic and northern medieval learn, this authoritative evaluate presents a balanced and compelling account of a tumultuous period.

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The Northern Crusades: Second Edition

The 'Northern Crusades', encouraged through the Pope's demand a Holy conflict, are much less celebrated than these within the heart East, yet they have been additionally extra profitable: mammoth new territories turned and stay Christian, comparable to Finland, Estonia and Prussia. Newly revised within the gentle of the hot advancements in Baltic and northern medieval study, this authoritative evaluation offers a balanced and compelling account of a tumultuous period.

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Feuchtwangen (1309–11)Gerhard v. Jocke (1309–22)Carl v. Trier (1311–24)Johannes Ungenade (1322–3)Werener v. )Duke Luder of Brunswick (1331–5)Eberhard Monheim (1328–40)Dietrich v. Altenburg (1335–41)Burchard v. Dreileben (1340–45)Ludolf König (1342–5)Goswin v. Hercke (1345–60)Heinrich Dusmer (1345–51)Arnold v. Vietinghof (1360–64)Winrich v. Kniprode (1352–82)Wilhelm v. Vrimersheim (1364–85)Conrad Zöllner v. Rothenstein (1382–90)Robin v. Eltz (1385–8)GRAND-MASTERS AT MARIENBURG (continued)MASTERS OF LIVONIA (continued)Conrad v.

6 South of these marshes, and south of the barren highlands of Outer Pomerania, stretches a belt of sandy forest and heathland, also interspersed with lakes and bogs, leached, acid and intractable. It runs from the North Sea to the Vistula, and baffled the cultivator until modern times. The missionary Otto of Bamberg crossed it on his way to the coast in 1124 and 1127. On the first occasion, going from Poznan to Pyrzyce, his disciple Herbord claimed that. the route is as hard to describe as it was to follow.

They were reckoned in notional totals of shillings, or öres, and marks, so that a Danish mark was made up of 8 öres or 240 pennies; a Prussian mark, of 24 scot or 720 pennies; a Riga mark of 36 shillings or 48 öre or 432 pennies. The Lübeck mark of 16 shillings or 192 pennies might equal 3 to 4 shillings sterling c. 1300. But there were also real weights of silver: up to c. 1300 the Gotland mark was predominant and later the mark of Cologne (8¼ oz: 234 g). From 1340 Lübeck minted a gold florin or gulden worth half a silver mark and upwards, which competed with the gold Hungarian ducat thereafter, while the new silver groat of Prague passed at 60 to the Cologne mark.

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