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Wow, our research project "Public Renaissance: Urban Cultures of Public Space between Early Modern Europe and the P… https://t.co/dfeWkOxxwq
10th December, 2018
Excited to reveal the striking cover design for my new book #MedievalCityscapesToday, out early 2019. Thanks to… https://t.co/3OiilEsWF5
10th December, 2018
Medieval ecclesiastical monuments of Mtskheta are outstanding examples from the 4th to the 18th centuries in the Ca… https://t.co/QU21XPAhnT
8th December, 2018
I will be speaking @lastbookstorela on January 15th about my new book #BaseballGoesWest . The book, and the talk, i… https://t.co/UkwTXjiRwE
7th December, 2018
Popular image of Acre as cosmopolitan city; while it had Venetian and other Quarters, these were not 'ghettos'. Nev… https://t.co/TC4hZiwQam
7th December, 2018
Jacques de Vitry celebrated Christian cosmopolitanism and adopted Eastern-style dress. But this was all part of his… https://t.co/MI6Tvvs6pR
7th December, 2018
Acre, apparently, was full of brothels because prostitutes paid higher rents. Even clergymen hired out rooms to pro… https://t.co/qLM6wilpv9
7th December, 2018
Christian population of Acre made up of Latin Christians - some settlers, others crusaders or pilgrims - Byzantine… https://t.co/L51C8NJCje
7th December, 2018
The loss of Jerusalem by the Frankish crusaders in the 13th century meant that Acre became the cosmopolitan capital… https://t.co/1PTCYbRDoP
7th December, 2018
Acre 'attained eternal fame' as the city 'the whole world' tried to capture during the Crusades. Several thousands… https://t.co/f4bqhxZ8MZ
7th December, 2018

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