By Donald M. Nicol
This e-book strains the diplomatic, cultural, and advertisement hyperlinks among Constantinople and Venice from the root of the Venetian Republic to the autumn of the Byzantine Empire. It goals to teach how, with the encouragement of the Fourth campaign in 1204, the Venetians got here to dominate first the Genoese and thereafter the full Byzantine economic climate. even as, the writer issues to these very important cultural and, chiefly, political explanation why the connection among the 2 states was once continually inherently volatile.
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28, p. 120; 11, p. 93. Magni Aurelii Cassiodori Variarum Libri XII, ed. A. J. Fridh, Corpus Christianorum Series Latina, xcvi (Turnholt, 1973), vn, xxiv, pp. 491-2. Cessi, Documenti, 1, no. 2, pp. 2-4. Cassiodorus, xii, xxvi, pp. 494-5. Dandolo, p. 144; T. L. F. Tafel and G. M. Thomas, Urkunden zur dlteren Handels- und Staatsgescbichte der Republik Venedig, Fontes Rerum Austriacarum, Abt. 11: Diplomata, xn-xiv (Vienna, 1856-7) (TTh) 1, no. 111, p. 3. 22 BYZANTIUM AND VENICE map they maintained a similar outpost at Cherson in the Crimea.
On the relics of Saints Nicholas, Stephen and Isidore, see below, pp. 71-3, y6, 79. 26 BYZANTIUM AND VENICE patron of the city and the state. His chapel ceased to be the Doge's church. His name was almost forgotten and eclipsed by that of the apostle and evangelist whose symbol was the lion. 1 In the reign of the Emperor Michael II, who succeeded Leo V in 820, the Arabs began to look further afield for plunder and conquest in the Mediterranean. The island of Crete was captured and turned into a pirates' nest by Arabs who were refugees from their own ruler in Spain.
2 The creation of the theme of Dalmatia provided military bases along the coast which would protect the sea route to and from Venice and assist in the reconquest of south Italy from the Arabs. The Venetians, who were no doubt grateful, none the less feared that Byzantine intervention in the Adriatic might be just as sporadic and unreliable as in the past; and they took what they thought to be necessary action to protect their own interests. Basil I, however, had an ambitious plan for restoring south Italy and Sicily to Christian rule.
Byzantium and Venice: A Study in Diplomatic and Cultural Relations by Donald M. Nicol