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This is the index section of the book The Social Structure of the First Crusade, which offers something of value to those studying the subject from a variety of points of view, as well as to those readers simply interested in deepening their understanding of the crusade. With regard to sources, something of a constraint is forced upon the historian who wishes to examine the social dynamics of the First Crusade. Shorter chronicles, letters and charters are unsuited to an analysis of their philosophical and theological standpoint. Verse sources present the problem that their vocabulary is constantly subordinated to metre. Therefore the more substantial early narrative histories of the First Crusade form the core subject matter of this book.

Keywords:First Crusade; social structure



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