From the publisher’s description:
The Art of the Crusaders in the Holy Land, 1098-1187 examines the art and architecture produced for the invading Crusaders in Syria-Palestine during the first century of their quest to recapture and control the holy sites of Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and Nazareth. Commissioned by kings and queens, patriarchs, bishops, knights, and merchants who came as pilgrims or settlers to the Holy Land, it is an art of manuscript illumination, fresco painting, mosaics, stone sculpture, metalwork, ivory carving, embroidery, coins, and seals by artists trained in the Latin West and the Crusader, Byzantine, and Islamic East.
Awards and PrizesHaskins Medal (1999)
SubjectsArt / Religion / History / Crusades / Art History / Christianity / Visual Arts / Palestine /
Folda, Jaroslav (NHC Fellow, 1988–89; 1998–99; 2006–07). The Art of the Crusaders in the Holy Land, 1098-1187. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1995.