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Publications:  Dr Thomas Asbridge

ASBRIDGE TS(2019). The portrayal of violence in Walter the Chancellor's Bella Antiochena. Syria in Crusader Times: Conflict and Co-Existence, Editors: Hillenbrand, C,
Asbridge T(2018). Encountering Islam on the First Crusade. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW vol. 123, (4) 1374-1375.
ASBRIDGE TS(2015). The Greatest Knight: The Remarkable Life of William Marshal, the Power behind Five English Thrones. Simon & Schuster
ASBRIDGE TS(2014). William of Tyre and the first rulers of the latin principality of Antioch. Deeds Done Beyond the Sea, Editors: Edgington, DSB, Nicholson, PHJ, vol. 6, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Asbridge TS(2013). How the crusades could have been won: King Baldwin II of Jerusalem’s campaigns against Aleppo (1124-5) and Damascus (1129). Journal of Medieval Military History vol. 11, 73-94.
ASBRIDGE TS(2013). Talking to the Enemy: The role and purpose of negotiations between Saladin and Richard the Lionheart during the Third Crusade. Journal of Medieval History vol. 39, (3) 275-296.
ASBRIDGE TS(2013). The principality of Antioch and the early history of the Latin East. East and West in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean II, Peeters (Wilsele),
ASBRIDGE T(2010). The Crusades : the War for the Holy Land. Simon & Schuster (London),
ASBRIDGE TS(2007). 'The Holy Lance of Antioch: Power, Devotion and Memory on the First Crusade'. Reading Medieval Studies vol. 33, 3-36.
ASBRIDGE TS(2007). 'Knowing the Enemy: Latin Relations with Islam at the Time of the First Crusade'. Knighthoods of Christ:: Essays on the History of the Crusade and the Knights Templar, Presented to Malcolm Barber, Editors: Housley, N, Ashgate (Aldershot),
ASBRIDGE T(2004). The First Crusade: A New History. Free Press (London),
ASBRIDGE TS(2003). Alice of Antioch: A Case Study of Female Power in the Twelfth Century. The Experience of Crusading: Defining the Crusader Kingdom, Editors: Edbury, P, Phillips, J, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Asbridge TS(1999). The 'crusader' community at antioch: The impact of interaction with Byzantium and Islam. T ROY HIST SOC vol. 9, 305-325.
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