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Extra resources for Anatomy of a Crusade, 1213-1221
He pointed to the threat posed by the recent Moslem fortifying of Mt. Tabor as a way of bringing home the practical need for a crusade. Why did he not hold up the liberation of Jerusalem as a goal? The answer lies in the fact that he was appealing to the West to mount an operation to save the Latin Kingdom from total extinction. The specter of such a loss dominated his thinking at this time. On the whole, his audience, especially those members of the lay and ecclesiastical aristocracy in the West who were familiar with Eastern affairs, probably shared his concern.
Tabor as a way of bringing home the practical need for a crusade. Why did he not hold up the liberation of Jerusalem as a goal? The answer lies in the fact that he was appealing to the West to mount an operation to save the Latin Kingdom from total extinction. The specter of such a loss dominated his thinking at this time. On the whole, his audience, especially those members of the lay and ecclesiastical aristocracy in the West who were familiar with Eastern affairs, probably shared his concern.
Funk, Jakob von Vitry, 37; Ernoul, 410. 46. ). 47. PL, 216:828-30; DHGE, 2: 357; Foreville, Latmn, 247. 48. Roscher, Innocenz III, 137-38, 143. 49. Rodenberg, 1:161-62. 50. PL, 216:830. " 51. PL, 216:831-32. 52. , 830-31. 53. , 831. 54. Roscher, Innocenz III, 287. Evidence to support this view is found in the summary of another letter written by Innocent to al-'Adil shortly after the Lateran Council. He asks that nuntii should be chosen to carry apostolic letters to the sultan, "and, if they can they should enter into a peace with him" if he would be willing to restore the Holy Land to the Christians; Theiner, Vetem monumenta slavorum, 1:64.