Table of contents for The Second Crusade : scope and consequences / edited by Jonathan Phillips and Martin Hoch.

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Preface—Giles Constable
The Second Crusade in History and Research—Jonathan Phillips & Martin Hoch
Narrative Outline of the Second Crusade—Jonathan Phillips & Martin Hoch
Papacy, Empire and the Second Crusade—Jonathan Phillips
The Papacy and the Second Crusade—Rudolf Hiestand
Albert of Aachen, St. Bernard and the Second Crusade, and the Lisbon Letter: A Translation—Susan Edgington
Military Aspects of the Capture of Lisbon, 1147—Matthew Bennett
Capta est Dertosa, Clavis Christianorum: Tortosa and the Crusade—Nikolas Jaspert
The Coming and Impact of the Second Crusade—Carole Hillenbrand
Tales of the Undead: Who Was the Count in Marcabru's Vers del Lavador —Linda Paterson
The Non-Crusade of 1150—Timothy Reuter
Denmark and the Second Crusade: The Formation of a Crusader State—Kurt Willads Jensen
The Price of Failure: The Second Crusade as a Turning Point in the History of the Latin East?—Martin Hoch
Bibliography—Alan V. Murray

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Crusades Second, 1147-1149, Jerusalem History Latin Kingdom, 1099-1244, Europe Church history 600-1500, Papacy History, Lisbon (Portugal) History Siege, 1147