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Latin texts of the devastatio constantinopolitana and the anonymous of Soissons

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This section contains Latin text of Devastatio Constantinopolitana and Anonymous of Soissons. The sources consist of forty-one letters from the registers of Pope Innocent III; the three extant versions of the letter of 1203 that Count Hugh of Saint Pol dispatched to the West; The Devastation of Constantinople (DC); the account of the Anonymous of Soissons; passages from the Deeds of the Bishops of Halberstadt; and the chronicle accounts of Ralph of Coggeshall and Alberic of the Trois Fontaines.

Keywords: Anonymous of Soissons; Devastatio Constantinopolitana; Fourth Crusade



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