Byzantine ‘Nationalism’ and the Nicaean Empire

@article{Angold1975ByzantineA,
  title={Byzantine ‘Nationalism’ and the Nicaean Empire},
  author={Michael J Angold},
  journal={Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies},
  year={1975},
  volume={1},
  pages={49 - 70}
}
  • M. Angold
  • Published 1975
  • History
  • Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
The fall of Constantinople on the night of 13 April 1204 to the Venetians and the soldiers of the fourth crusade is taken as the crucial turning point of the history of the later Byzantine Empire. For many the final period of Byzantine history is nothing but the pathetic survival of a state built on the memories of its former greatness. This is in many ways far too gloomy a picture. Constantinople was to be recovered by the Byzantines in 1261; and we should not forget that the last centuries of… 
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