Intercultural Contacts in the Medieval Mediterranean

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The long-lasting convergence, under varying circumstances, between Christians, Muslims and Jews, the intricate interaction of Latin and Byzantine institutions, the interplay between law and custom, between public authority and private legal praxis, the meeting of different medical traditions, and the phenomenon of Christian multiculturalism in the Levant are among the issues dealt with in this book; its main protagonists are Aragonese, Castilians, Arabs, Cypriots, Rhodians, Venetians, Genoese, Cretans, Byzantines, Sicilians and Jews, who all rubbed shoulders in the Mediterranean world during the medieval centuries.

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Weight .518 kg
Dimensions 21.5 × 15 × 2 cm
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