Ports, piracy, and maritime war piracy in the English Channel and the Atlantic, c. 1280-c. 1330

In Ports, Piracy, and Maritime War Thomas K. Heebøll-Holm presents a study of maritime predation in English and French waters around the year 1300. Heebøll-Holm shows that piracy was often part of private wars between English, French, and Gascon ports and mariners, occupying a liminal space between...

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Main Author: Heeboll-Holm, Thomas K.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Leiden BRILL 2013, 2013
Series:Medieval law and its practice
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