Jean Richard (historian)
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Jean Richard Historian

Jean Barthélémy Richard (7 February 1921 - 25 January 2021) was a French historian, who specialized in medieval history. He was an authority on the Crusades, and his work on the Latin missions in Asia has been qualified as "unsurpassed".[1] Richard was a member of the Institut de France. He was President of the prestigious Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres in 2002. He was born in Le Kremlin-Bicêtre, France in February 1921.[2] Richard died in January 2021, two weeks shy of his 100th birthday.[3]

Publications

  • Le comté de Tripoli sous la dynastie toulousaine (1102-1187), 1945
  • Le royaume latin de Jérusalem. Presses universitaires de France. 1953. OCLC 1225909.
  • Les ducs de Bourgogne et la formation du duché XIe-XIVe siècle, 1954 (thèse)
  • Le cartulaire de Marcigny-sur-Loire (1045-1144), 1957 (thèse complémentaire)
  • Histoire de la Bourgogne, 1957
  • Chypre sous les Lusignans. Documents chypriotes des Archives du Vatican (XIVe et XVe siècles), 1962
  • Simon de Saint-Quentin. Histoire des Tartares, 1965
  • L'esprit de la croisade, 1969
  • La papauté et les missions d'Orient au Moyen Âge, 1977
  • Histoire de la Bourgogne, 1978 (dir.)
  • Les récits de voyages et de pèlerinages, 1981
  • Le livre des remembrances de la Secrète du Royaume de Chypre (1468-1469), 1983 (en coll. avec T. Papadopoullos)
  • Saint Louis, roi d'une France féodale, soutien de la Terre Sainte, 1983
  • The Crusades: c. 1071 - c. 1291 (1999), Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-62566-1, translated by Jean Birrell
  • Histoire des croisades, Fayard, (1996)

Notes

  1. ^ "Richard's characteristically thorough examination of the Latin mission to Asia remains unsurpassed", Peter Jackson, "The Mongols and the West", p.2.
  2. ^ Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres
  3. ^ Décès de Jean Richard (prom. 1943)

References

  • Jackson, Peter. 2005. The Mongols and the West, 1221-1410. The Medieval World. Harlow, England; New York: Pearson Longman.



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