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The Latin Empire of Constantinople (1204–1261): Rise and Fall of a Short-Term State in the Romania

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Abstract

The paper provides a structural analysis of the Byzantine Empire of the thirteenth century. As a result of conquest and military effort of Western elites the Latin empire of Constantinople was a very peculiar case. Since the empire never developed into a coherent political system which also included and convinced the local elites it was not able to achieve long-term stability.

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