…Des tûvils kint? The German Order’s Perception of its
Enemies as Revealed in the Krônike von Prûzinlant
By MARYFISCHER (Edinburgh)
The main account…
MaryFischer: ‘Di himels rote’. The Idea of Christian Chivalry in the Chronicles of
the Teutonic Order. Göppingen 1991, pp. 51–59.
…Mertens: Religious Identity in Middle High German Crusader Epics.
History of European Ideas 20 (1995), 851–7.
Mertens, pp. 854–55.
…Brunner and Werner Williams-Krapp. Tübingen
2003, pp. 141–158, here p. 146.
distinction between the crusader and the pagan, on which the…
…battle and fought like the beloved
warriors. (10633–659) 17
Dusburg (n. 1), III, 85 ‘tamquam alteri Machabei’, p. 204.
…episode records the
fate of an unlucky raiding party:
MaryFischer: The Books of the Maccabees and the Teutonic Order. Crusades 4
pp. 519–531, here p. 522.
about the Prussians. He is consistently described in the terms traditionally used
of the infidel…
…part of the divine plan for Prussia. This second revolt,
also lead by Swantepolk involved a significant defeat for the Order at the
incited their distrust until such fierce anger consumed them that the brothers were
compelled to fight them nine times in the space of…
Gedimino Laisˇkai, ed. V.T. Pashuto and I. Sˇ tal. Vilnius 1996, 139, quoted in Rowell
(n. 12), p. 139.
of the Christian…