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Les normands de l’Italie méridionale et les Etats croisés au douzième siècle

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Translated title of the contributionSouth Italian Normans and the Crusader States in the Twelfth Century
Publication date2013
Host publicationPenser les mondes normands 911-2011
EditorsPierre Bauduin, David Bates
Place of publicationCaen
PublisherPresses universitaires de Caen
Number of pages0
<mark>Original language</mark>French


This paper offers a detailed view of the links between Norman settlers in southern Italy, especially Apulia, and the Crusader States. Charter evidence provides substantial links establishing relationships between these two constituent elements of the Norman diaspora, and thus contributes to a fuller understanding of the nature of settlement in Antioch and Jerusalem after 1100.