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Secondary Bibliography

Adair, Penelope A. "The Flemish Comital Family and the Crusades," in The Crusades: Other Experiences, Alternate Perspectives, ed. Khalil I Semaan (Binghamton, 2003), pp. 101–112.

Bibire, Paul, “The Poetry of Earl Rognvald’s Court," in St Magnus Cathedral and Orkney’s Twelfth-Century Renaissance, ed. Barbara E. Crawford (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1988), pp. 208–40.

Buck, Andrew, "Antioch, the Crusades, and the West c.1097–c.1200: Between Memory and Reality," (forthcoming).

Doherty, James, "Count Hugh of Troyes and the Prestige of Jerusalem," History: The Journal of the Historical Association, 102.353 (2017), 874–88.

———., "Independent Crusaders?: The Status and Perception of Armed Pilgrims in the Holy Land between the Twelfth Century's Canonical Crusades," (forthcoming).

———., "Pope Adrian IV's Call to Crusade of 1157," (forthcoming).

———., "The Presentation of Crusader Masculinities in Old Norse Sagas," in Crusading and Masculinities, ed. Natasha R. Hodgson, Katherine J. Lewis and Matthew M. Mesley (London: Routledge, 2019), pp. 129–146.

Doxey, Gary B., "Norwegian Crusaders and the Balearic Islands," Scandinavian Studies, 68.2 (1996), 139–60. 

Evergates, Theodore, Henry the Liberal: Count of Champagne, 1127–1181 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016), Ch. 8.

Goeres, Erin Michelle, “Medieval Self-Fashioning: Rǫgnvaldr Kali Kolsson and Orkneyinga Saga”, Scandinavica, 54.2 (2015), 6–39.

Güttner-Sporzyński, Darius von, “The Archetypal Crusader: Henry of Sandomierz, the Second Youngest Son of Bolesław III,” in Rome, Constantinople and Newly-Converted Europe: Archaeological and Historical Evidence, ed. Maciej Salamon et al., (Cracow/Leipzig/Rzeszów/Warsaw: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2012), pp. 215–32.

Hill, Joyce, “Pilgrimage and Prestige in the Icelandic Sagas”, Saga Book, 23 (1993), 433–53.

Hodgson, Natasha, Women, Crusading and the Holy Land in Historical Narrative (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2007).

Jakobsson, Ármann, "Image is Everything: The Morkinskinna Account of King Sigurðr of Norway’s Journey to the Holy Land," Parergon, 30.1 (2013), 121–40.

Jesch, Judith, “Earl Rögnvaldr of Orkney, a Poet of the Viking Diaspora," Journal of the North Atlantic, 4 (2013), 154–60.

Kalinke, Marianne E., “‘Sigurðar Saga Jórsalafara’: The Fictionalization of Fact in ‘Morkinskinna’," Scandinavian Studies, 56.2 (1984), 152–67

Mayer, Hans Eberhard, "Manasses of Hierges in East and West," Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, 66.4 (1998), 757–66.

Norako, Leila K., "Crusading Gone Global? The Icelandic Magnussona Saga’s Visions of the World and Home," Literature Compass, 11.7 (2014), 423–34.

Paterson, Linda, Singing the Crusades: French and Occitan Lyric Responses to the Crusading Movements, 1137–1336 (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2018).

Paul, Nicholas L., To Follow in Their Footsteps: the Crusades and Family Memory in the High Middle Ages (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2012).

———., “In Search of the Marshal's Lost Crusade: The Persistence of Memory, the Problems of History and the Painful Birth of Crusading Romance,” Journal of Medieval History, 40.3 (2014), 1–19.

———., "The Theater of War: Aristocracy, Cultural Capital and the Crusades to the Eastern Mediterranean," (forthcoming).

———., “Writing the Knight, Staging the Crusader: Manasses of Hierges and the Monks of Brogne,” in Knighthood and Society in the High Middle Ages, ed. David Crouch and Jeroen Deploige (Forthcoming: Leuven University Press, 2021).

Phillips, Jonathan, Defenders of the Holy Land: Relations between the Latin East and the West, 1119–1187 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996).

Riley-Smith, J., The First Crusaders, 1095–1131 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997).

Walker, David, "A Letter from the Holy Land," English Historical Review, 72.285 (1957), 662–5.