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CONTENTS List of maps Acknowledgements Introduction Translations: I Anonymous, The Holy Wars of Sultan Murad son of Sultan Mehmed Khan. II Jehan de Wavrin, Extract from the Anciennes Chroniques d¿Angleterre. III Michel Beheim, This poem tells of King Pladislavo, King of Hungary, and how he fought with the Turks IV Miscellaneous texts 1. From the Decree of the Council of Florence, 1439. 2. From the chronicle of Uruç b. ¿Adil el-Kazzaz. 3. From Ne?ri¿s history of the Ottomans. 4. From an Ottoman chronological list of 1445. 5. From the chronicle of A??kpa?azade. 6. From a Greek short chronicle, c1470. 7. From the Venetian chronicle of Gasparo Zancaruolo. 8. A note on the flyleaf of a manuscript of the Kanz al-Daq?¿iq of al-Nasaf?. 9. From a Greek short chronicle, c1520. 10. From the Mamluk chronicle of al-Sakh?w?. 11. From an Ottoman tax register of the district of Nicopolis, c1450. 12. Murad II¿s Persian victory proclamation. V The treaties, oaths and declarations of 1444. 1. From Ne?ri¿s history of the Ottomans. 2. From the correspondence of Ciriaco of Ancona. 3. From the correspondence of Ciriaco of Ancona. 4. Letter from King Vladislav to the Senate of Florence. 5. King Vladislav¿s oath at Szeged. 6. From a letter of the Venetian Senate to Admiral Alvise Loredan. 7. From the Serbian annals. 8. The sworn statement of Ibrahim of Karaman. 9. From a letter of King Vladislav to the Polish State Council.
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Crusades -- Later, 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries -- Sources.
Varna, Battle of, Varna, Bulgaria, 1444 -- Sources.