7 edition of Sea power in the medieval Mediterranean found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -322) and index.
|Statement||Lawrence V. Mott ; foreword by James C. Bradford and Gene A. Smith.|
|Series||New perspectives on maritime history and nautical archaeology|
|LC Classifications||DG867.3 .M68 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||2003042634|
Sea power may also be exerted to apply military and economic pressure on an enemy by preventing the import of commodities necessary for prosecution of war. It may also prevent him from obtaining funds through the export of commodities to neutrals, and it may prevent neutrals from trading with the enemy. While examining the history of medieval naval warfare in Southern Europe, the author draws upon the history of the Byzantine-Muslim struggle for supremacy, Norman naval expansion in the Central Mediterranean, the Crusades, the Genoese-Pisan rivalry for supremacy in the Western Mediterranean, the war of the Sicilian Vespers between Angevin (French) and Aragonese sea power, .
Get this from a library! Sea of the caliphs: the Mediterranean in the medieval Islamic world. [Christophe Picard; Nicholas Elliott] -- "How could I allow my soldiers to sail on this disloyal and cruel sea?" These words, attributed to the most powerful caliph of medieval Islam, Umar Ibn . Christophe Picard recounts the adventures of Muslim sailors who competed with Greek and Latin seamen for control of the 7th-century Mediterranean. By the time Christian powers took over trade routes in the 13th century, a Muslim identity that operated within, and in opposition to, Europe had been shaped by encounters across the sea of the caliphs.
Cambridge Core - European History - War at Sea in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance - edited by John B. Hattendorf. Genoa enjoyed an important and ever-changing role in the early modern Mediterranean world. In medieval times, the city transformed itself from a tumultuous maritime republic into a stable and prosperous one, making it one of the most important financial centers in Europe.
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Sea Power in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Catalan-Aragonese Fleet in the War of the Sicilian Vespers (New Perspectives on Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology) Hardcover – Novem by. Lawrence V. Mott (Author) › Visit Amazon's Lawrence V. Mott by: 8. Lawrence Mott’s study of the War of Sicilian Vespers provides an unprecedented view of the internal organization and operations of a medieval fleet.
While the conflict of between France and the crown of Aragon for control of Sicily had broad geopolitical implications, it was also notable for having been fought primarily at sea.
Sea Power in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Catalan-Aragonese Fleet in the War of the Sicilian Vespers. (Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, ), xi+ pp., ISBN: US$ [ publisher's site].
Sea Power in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Catalan-Aragonese Fleet in the War of the Sicilian Vespers. Foreword by J ames C. B radford and G ene A. S mith. (New Perspectives on MaritimeHistory and Nautical Archaeology.) Gainesville: University Press of Florida.
Author: James F. Powers. The Sea in History - The Medieval World covers the period from the end of the Roman Empire in the West up to around the year It demonstrates that for many peoples and states in this period the sea was central to their existence - the Vikings, the Hanse, Venice, Genoa, the Normans - and it shows also how important the sea was for states which are not normally thought of as maritime powers.
Sea of the Caliphs: The Mediterranean in the Medieval Islamic World. “How could I allow my soldiers to sail on this disloyal and cruel sea?”. These words, attributed to the most powerful caliph of medieval Islam, Umar Ibn al-Khattab (–), have led to a misunderstanding in the West about the importance of the Mediterranean to early Islam.
This body of water, known in Late Antiquity as the Sea of the. War at Sea in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance - Google Books. This volume is both a restatement of current interpretations of sea power in the middle ages and the /5(2). The book includes contributions on Mycenaean sea power, Classical Athens, the ancient Thebans, Ptolemaic Egypt, The Genoese Empire, power networks of the Vikings, the medieval Danish Empire, the Baltic empire of Ancien Régime Sweden, the early modern Indian Ocean, the Melaka Empire, the (non-European aspects of the) Portuguese Empire and Dutch.
Book Description: This volume is both a restatement of current interpretations of sea power in the middle ages and the Renaissance and a general introduction to naval and maritime history over four and a half centuries.
The book offers broad conclusions on the role and characteristics of armed force at sea beforeconclusions that exploit the best current understanding of the medieval period.
According to Alfred Thayer Mahan’s classical concept, the wielding of sea power depends above all on strong military fleets able to defeat enemies in decisive battles, while its main objective consists in the maintenance and defence of maritime trading interests, to the detriment of competitors.
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Genoa enjoyed an important and ever-changing role in the early modern Mediterranean world. In medieval times, the city transformed itself from a tumultuous maritime republic into a stable and prosperous one, making it one of the most important financial centers in Europe. When Spanish influence in the Mediterranean world began to decline, Genoa, its prosperity closely linked with Spain's.
The Mediterranean Sea was the central superhighway of transport, trade and cultural exchange between diverse peoples encompassing three continents: Western Asia, North Africa, and Southern history of the cultures and people of the Mediterranean Basin is important for understanding the origin and development of the Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Canaanite, Phoenician, Hebrew, Carthaginian.
The Medieval Mediterranean is a peer-reviewed history book series published by Brill on the medieval history of the Mediterranean area. The managing editor is Frances Andrews of St Andrews University.
The series published approximately three books each year and had published volumes as of November Missing: Sea power. Books shelved as mediterranean: The Great Sea: A Human History of the Mediterranean by David Abulafia, The Odyssey by Homer, The Pillars of Hercules by P.
The Islamic Powers: The Fatimid navy during the early crusades,William Hamblin; The Mamluks and naval power: a phase of the struggle between Islam and Christian Europe, David Ayalon; The place of Saladin in the naval history of the Mediterranean sea in the middle ages, A.S.
Ehrenkreutz; Piracy as an Islamic-Christian interface in. Get this from a library. Sea power in the medieval Mediterranean: the Catalan-Aragonese fleet in the war of the Sicilian Vespers. [Lawrence V Mott]. In Sea Power, Admiral Stavridis takes us with him on a tour of the world’s oceans from the admiral’s chair, showing us how the geography of the oceans has shaped the destiny of nations, and how naval power has in a real sense made the world we live in today, and will shape the world we live in tomorrow.
Georgios Theotokis, Ph.D in History (, University of Glasgow), is a historian specialising in the military history of the eastern first monograph was on the Norman Campaigns in the Balkans – (), while his second book on the Byzantine Military Tactics in Syria in the 10th century will be out in the autumn of It was, quite literally, a sea change, ushering in a new period of western maritime ascendancy which has persisted into the modern era.
Dr Charles D. Stanton is a former US naval officer and airline pilot who, after retirement, studied medieval Mediterranean history at. The Mediterranean by Wendell V. Harris, Rethinking The Mediterranean Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.
Download Rethinking The Mediterranean books, "This text examines the ancient and medieval history of the Mediterranean Sea and the lands around it"--Provided by publisher. Language: en Pages: Rethinking the Mediterranean.The Provisioning of Medieval Ships in the Mediterranean Sea, Report on file in the Texas A&M University Nautical Archaeology Program Library.
Lane, F.C., Money and banking in medieval and Renaissance Venice. By Adm. James Stavridis, USN (Ret.), Penguin Press, New York () Reviewed by John R. Satterfield, DBA. Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World’s Oceans is a companion to The Accidental Admiral, Admiral Stavridis’ earlier best seller that provided many Americans with a basic education in national and global dis, the first and only admiral to serve as NATO.