Table of contents for England and the Crusades, 1095-1588 / Christopher Tyerman.


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Preface
Some Dates
Popes, 1088-1590
Introduction
1. A New Way of Earning Salvation
Origins of an Idea
The First Crusade
The Growth of a Tradition
Early English Crusaders
The Second Crusade
2. Henry II: The King over the Water?
3. The Third Crusade
Plans
Recruitment
Finance
4. Crusades and Crusaders, 1192-1250
Attitudes
The Fifth Crusade
The Crusade of 1227-1229
The Crusade of Richard of Cornwall
The Crusade of William Longsword
5. A Problem of Priorities: Henry III and the Lord Edward
The Crusade of the Lord Edward
6. Political Crusades
The Civil War of 1215-1217
The Crusades of Rebels and Royalists, 1263-1265
7. Preaching and Recruitment
Preaching
Recruitment
8. The Home Front
Finance: Public Sources
Finance: Private Sources
Winners and Losers
Domestic Repercussions
Protection and Insurance
Privileges
Points of Conflict
Privileges and Politics
9. Missed Opportunities or the End of an Era?
1272-1337
Edward I
Edward II
Edward III
The Use of Crusade Money
10. Crusades in "Hethenesse," 1337-1410
Popularity and Criticism
Prussia
Spain and North Africa
The Image of the Holy Land and Pilgrimages
The Recovery of the Holy Land
11. The Fifteenth Century and Beyond: A Continuing Tradition
12. National Crusades?
13. The Tudors, the Reformation, and the Crusade
The Turks
The Hospitallers
The Crusade against England
Crusade and Rebellion
Protestant Crusades?
Genealogies and Maps
Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliography
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Great Britain History Medieval period, 1066-1485, Great Britain History Tudors, 1485-1603, Crusades, England Church history 1066-1485, England Church history 16th century