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The Balkans in the Late Twelfth Century
The Fourth Crusade and its Aftermath
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Achaea acquired Albanian Alexius alliance allies Anatolia Andronicus appanage army Asen Athos attack Balkans BalSid became Beograd bishop Boril Bosnia Bosnian Church Brankovid brother Bulgaria Byzantine Byzantium campaign Cantacuzenus Catalans Catholic century Constantine Constantinople Croatia crusaders Cumans Dalmatia death Decanski Demetrius despot died Dragutin Dubrovnik Durazzo DuSan emperor empire Epirus forces fortresses George Greek held Hrvoje Hungarian Hungary John Kalojan king Kotor Ladislas lands Latin Lazar Macedonia Macva major Manuel Maria Michael Milutin monastery Morea Nemanja Nicea nobles Nogaj Orbini Orthodox Ostoja Ottoman patriarch peace Peloponnesus plunder pope presumably prince Prince of Achaea probably pronoias Radoslav Ragusan raids region remained ruler Sandalj Sava scholars seems Serbia Serbs Sigismund Skadar Skanderbeg Slavonia soon Stefan Vukdid Strez Subid sultan suzerainty Tatars territory Theodore Thessaloniki Thessaly Thrace took town treaty Trnovo troops tsar Turkish Turks Tvrtko UroS vassal Venetian Venice Vidin Vlachs Vladislav Vukan Zeta