This special issue contains eight essays on the liturgy celebrated in the Latin East in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. The papers as a whole demonstrate how the study of the liturgy can open up the religious and cultural history of the crusades and the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, reveal crusade spirituality and practice, and trace how the Latins of Outremer expressed through their liturgy their historical consciousness and awareness of contemporary realities.
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
We thank the Israel Science Foundation for grants nos. 277/09 and 663/14, and the Mandel Scholion Interdisciplinary Research Center in the Humanities and Jewish Studies. At Dartmouth College, we thank the Provost’s Office, the Leslie Center for the Humanities, and the Departments of History and Religion for the funds for the symposium that permitted the contributors to this volume to meet, and to read and discuss each other’s articles.
- Church of the holy sepulchre
- First crusade