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N. Kanellopoulos. Greeks, Bulgarians and Latins in conflict during the early 13th century in Thrace and Asia Minor



N. Kanellopoulos. Greeks, Bulgarians and Latins in conflict during the early 13th century in Thrace and Asia Minor [Greki, bolgary i latinyane: protivostoyanie rannego XIII veka vo Frakii i Maloj Azii]. Istoricheskij vestnik / Historical Reporter. Vol. 31. 2020. P. 58—81.

Н. Канеллопулос. Греки, болгары и латиняне: противостояние раннего XIII века во Фракии и Малой Азии // Исторический вестник. 2020. Т. ХXХI. С. 58—81.


Keywords: Empire of Nicaea, Latin Empire of Constantinople, warfare.

Ключевые слова: Никейская империя, Латинская империя Константинополя, война.


Abstract

The article describes and analyzes the armed conflicts in Thrace and Asia Minor between the Byzantines, the Bulgarians and the Latin Empire of Constantinople during the first decades following the Fourth Crusade. The conflicts took the form of pitched battles, “indirect” warfare and sieges while was common practice between the opponents to form and broke alliances in an attempt to exploit each other’s difficulties. Finally the role of ideology and religion during these wars is briefly investigated.


Аннотация

В статье рассматриваются и анализируются вооруженные конфликты во Фракии и Малой Азии между ромеями, болгарами и Латинской империей Константинополя в первые десятилетия, последовавшие за Четвертым крестовым походом.

Конфликты эти принимали форму открытых сражений, рейдов и осад, причем все эти формы сопровождались заключением и разрывом союзов, призванных эксплуатировать слабость другой стороны. В заключении кратко рассматриваются роли идеологии и религии в указанных конфликтах.


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Nikolaos S. Kanellopoulos PhD, Assistant Professor of Military History, Hellenic Military Academy (Military Sciences Department).

Николас С. Канеллопулос — доктор исторических наук, адъюнкт-профессор средневековой истории, Греческая Военная академия (Отдел военных наук).


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