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Benjamin Z. Kedar

Bibliografia degli scritti (1967-2008)

  • Sono indicati i testi scaricabili da Reti Medievali, e segnalati anche altri testi eventualmente presenti nel web.


  1. Noms de saints et mentalité populaireà Gênes au XIVe siècle, “Moyen Age”, 73 (1967), pp. 431-46.


  1. Again: Arabic rizq, Medieval Latin risicum, “Studi Medievali”, 10/3 (1969), pp. 255-59 [reprinted in No. 65].


  1. The Jewish Community of Jerusalem in the Thirteenth Century, “Tarbiz”, 41 (1971/72), pp. 2-94 [in Hebrew].


  1. Canon Law and Local Practice: The Case of Mendicant Preaching in Late Medieval England, “Bulletin of Medieval Canon Law”, 2 (1972), 1 pp. 7-32.
  2. The Passenger List of a Crusader Ship, 1250: Toward the History of the Popular Element on the Seventh Crusade,” “Studi Medievali”, 13/1 (1972), pp. 267-79 [reprinted in No. 65].


  1. Notes on the History of the Jews of Palestine in the Middle Ages, “Tarbiz”, 42 (1972/73), pp. 401-18 [in Hebrew].
  2. Toponymic Surnames as Evidence of Origin: Some Medieval Views, “Viator”, 4 (1973), pp. 123-29.


  1. The General Tax of 1183 in the Crusading Kingdom of Jerusalem: Innovation or Adaptation? “English Historical Review”, 89 (1974), pp. 339-45 [reprinted in No. 65].
  2. Between Arabs and Crusaders, 634-1291, in D. Bahat, B.Z. Kedar and Z. Vilnay, The Continuity of the Jewish Community in the Land of Israel,Tel Aviv 1974, pp. 35-68 (in Hebrew).


  1. October 1973: The Story of an Armored Battalion. Tammuz, Tel Aviv 1975, p. 143 [in Hebrew].
  2. (with A. Kaufman) Radiocarbon Measurements of Medieval Mortars: A Preliminary Report, “Israel Exploration Journal”, 25 (1975), pp. 36-38.
  3. Notices on the Jews of Palestine in 18th-Century Protestant Sources, in Erez-Israel, vol. 12, Jerusalem 1975, pp. 203-06 [in Hebrew].


  1. Merchants in Crisis: Genoese and Venetian Men of Affairs and the Fourteenth-Century Depression. Yale University Press, New Haven and London 1976, p. 260.
  2. Segurano-Sakran Salvaygo: Un mercante genovese al servizio dei sultani mamalucchi, c. 1303-1322, in Fatti e idee di storia economica nei secoli XII-XX. Studi dedicati a Franco Borlandi, Bologna 1976, pp. 75-91 [reprinted in No. 65].
  3. R. Yehiel of Paris and Palestine, “Shalem” 2 (1976), 307-12 [in Hebrew].


  1. (with E. Ashtor) Una guerra fra Genova e i Mamlucchi negli anni 1380, “Archivio Storico Italiano”, 133 (1975), pp. 3-44 [published in 1977].
  2. The Genoese Notaries of 1382: The Anatomy of an Urban Occupational Group in The Medieval City. Studies in Honor of Robert S. Lopez, ed. H. A. Miskimin, David Herlihyand A.L. Udovitch, New Haven and London 1977, pp. 73-94.
  3. Chi era Andrea Franco?, “Atti della Società Ligure di Storia Patria”, 91 (1977), pp. 371-77.


  1. (with G.A. Mook) Radiocarbon Dating of Mortar from the City-Wall of Ascalon, “Israel Exploration Journal”, 28 (1978), 173-76.


  1. (Ed.) Jerusalem in the Middle Ages. Selected Papers. Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi: Jerusalem, 1979. 400 pp. [in Hebrew].
  2. A Commentary on the Book of Isaiah Ransomed from the Crusaders, in Jerusalem in the Middle Ages, pp. 107-11 [in Hebrew].
  3. The Jews of Jerusalem, 1187-1267, and the Role of Nahmanides in the Re-Establishment of their Community, in Jerusalem in the Middle Ages, pp. 122-36 [in Hebrew].
  4. Jerusalemite Jews in Genoese Famagusta, in Jerusalem in the Middle Ages, pp. 197-205 [in Hebrew].
  5. Canon Law and the Burning of the Talmud, “Bulletin of Medieval Canon Law”, 9 (1979), 79-82.
  6. (with S. Schein:) Un projet de ‘passage particulier’ proposé par l’ordre de l’Hôpital, 1306-07, “Bibliothèque de l’Ecole des Chartes”, 137 (1979), 211-26 [reprinted in No. 65].


  1. Continuity and Change in Jewish Conversion in 18th-Century Germany, in The Jacob Katz Jubilee Volume, Jerusalem, 1980, pp. 154-70 [in Hebrew].


  1. Mercanti in crisi a Genova e Venezia nel ‘300, Jouvence, Rome 1981, p. 353 [revised translation of No. 12].


  1. Ed. with H. H. Mayer & R. C. Smail) Outremer. Studies in the History of the Crusading Kingdom of Jerusalem presented to Joshua Prawer, Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem 1982, p. 346.
  2. The Patriarch Eraclius, in Outremer, pp. 177-204 [reprinted in No. 65].
  3. Ein Hilferuf aus Jerusalem vom September 1187, “Deutsches Archiv für Erforschung des Mittelalters”, 38 (1982), pp. 112-22 [reprinted in No. 65].
  4. Masada: The Myth and the Complex, “The Jerusalem Quarterly”, 24 (1982), 57-63.


  1. (with C. Westergård-Nielsen:) Icelanders in the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem: A Twelfth-Century Account, “Mediaeval Scandinavia”, 11 (1978-79), pp. 193-211 [published in 1983; reprinted in No. 65].
  2. Gerard of Nazareth: A Neglected Twelfth-Century Writer in the Latin East. A Contribution to the Intellectual and Monastic History of the Crusader States, “Dumbarton Oaks Papers”, 37 (1983), pp. 55-77 [reprinted in No. 65].
  3. Palmarée, abbaye clunisienne du XIIe siècle en Galilée, “Revue Bénédictine”, 93 (1983), pp. 260-69 [reprinted in no. 65].
  4. Mercanti genovesi in Alessandria d’Egitto negli anni Sessanta del secolo XI, in “Miscellanea di studi storici 2”, Collana storica di fonti e studi diretta da G. Pistarino, 38 (Genoa, 1983), pp. 19-30 [reprinted in No. 65].
  5. Crusade and Mission: European Approaches toward the Muslims, Princeton University Press, Princeton 1984, p. 246 [paperback edition, 1988].


  1. Jews and Samaritans in the Crusading Kingdom of Jerusalem, “Tarbiz”, 53 (1983/84), pp. 387-408 [in Hebrew].
  2. Ecclesiastical Legislation in the Kingdom of Jerusalem: The Statutes of Jaffa (1253) and Acre (1254), in Crusade and Settlement. Papers read at the First Conference of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East, Cardiff, September 1983, ed. P. W. Edbury (Cardiff, 1985), pp. 225-30 [reprinted in no. 65].


  1. Muslim Conversion and Canon Law, in Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of Medieval Canon Law, Berkeley 1980, ed. S. Kuttner and K.Pennington, Città del Vaticano 1985, pp. 321-32 [reprinted in No. 65].
  2. (with R. Denys Pringle) La Fève: A Crusader Castle in the Jezreel Valley, “Israel Exploration Journal”, 35 (1985), pp.164-79 [reprinted in No. 65].
  3. L’Officium Robarie di Genova: un tentativo di coesistere con la violenza, “Archivio Storico Italiano”, 143 (1985), pp. 331-72.
  4. The Arab Conquests and Agriculture: A Seventh-Century Apocalypse, Satellite Imagery, and Palynology, “Asian and African Studies”, 19 (1985), pp. 1-15.
  5. (Ed. with Gabriella Airaldi) I comuni italiani nel Regno Crociato di Gerusalemme. Atti del colloquio di Gerusalemme, 24-28 maggio 1984, Collana storica di fonti e studi diretta da G. Pistarino, 48. Genoa, 1986. 695 pp.


  1. Genoa’s Golden Inscription in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher: A Case for the Defence, in I comuni italiani nel Regno Crociato di Gerusalemme, pp. 317-35 [reprinted in No. 65].
  2. (Ed. E. Ashtor) East-West Trade in the Medieval Mediterranean. Variorum, London 1986, p. 344.
  3. Ungarische Muslime in Jerusalem im Jahre 1217, “Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae”, 40 (1986), 325-27 [reprinted in No. 65].
  4. Aerial Israel: A Historian’s Infatuation, “Ariel”, 65 (1986), 58-71.
  5. (Ed.) The Crusaders in their Kingdom, 1099-1291. Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem 1987, p. 283 [in Hebrew].
  6. Conversion to Christianity, Judaism, and Islam in the Kingdom of Jerusalem, in The Crusaders in their Kingdom, pp. 93-100 [in Hebrew].


  1. La mentalidad mercantil en una época de depresión, in El mundo mediterráneo de la edad media, ed. B. Garí (Barcelona, 1987), pp. 127-55 [translation of Merchants in Crisis, Ch. 1].
  2. (Ed. with A. L. Udovitch) The Medieval Levant. Studies in Memory of Eliyahu Ashtor (1914-1984), “Asian and African Studies”, 22 (1988), pp. 1-291.


  1. (with E. Kohlberg) A Melkite Physician in Frankish Jerusalem and Ayyubid Damascus: Muwaffaq al-Din Ya`qub b. Siqlab, in The Medieval Levant, pp. 113-26 [reprinted in No. 65].
  2. A Dangerous Case of Conversion at Khisfin in the Late Sixth Century, in Jews, Samaritans and Christians in Byzantine Palestine, ed. D. Jacoby and Y. Tsafrir (Jerusalem, 1988), pp. 238-41 [in Hebrew].
  3. The Frankish Period, in The Samaritans, ed. A.D. Crown (Tübingen, 1989), pp. 82-94 [reprinted in No. 65].


  1. (Ed. with T. Dothan and S. Safrai) Commerce in Palestine throughout the Ages, Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem 1990, pp. 337 [in Hebrew].


  1. The Subjected Muslims of the Frankish Levant, in Muslims under Latin Rule, 1100-1300, ed. J.M. Powell (Princeton, 1990), pp. 135-74 [reprinted in No. 65 and in The Crusades: The Essential Readings, ed. T.F. Madden (Oxford, 2002), pp. 233-64].
  2. (with M. al-Hajjuj) Muslim Peasants in Frankish Palestine: Family Size and Personal Names,” “Pe`amim”, 45 (Autumn 1990), pp. 45-57 [in Hebrew].
  3. J. Prawer (1917-1990), Historian of the Crusading Kingdom of Jerusalem, “Mediterranean Historical Review”, 5 (1990), pp. 107-16 [Hebrew version in: In Memoriam Joshua Prawer, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, (Jerusalem, 1992), pp. 13-23].


  1. Looking Twice at the Land of Israel. Aerial Photographs of 1917-1918 and 1987-91. Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi and Israel Ministry of Defense, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv 1991, pp. 239 [in Hebrew].
  2. Crociata e missione. L’Europa incontro all’Islam, Jouvence, Rome 1991, pp. 302 [translation of No. 35].


  1. (Ed.) The Horns of Hattin. Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Society for the Study of the Crusades, Jerusalem and Haifa, 2-6 July 1987, Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi and Variorum, Jerusalem and Aldershot 1992, p. 368.
  2. The Battle of Hattin Revisited, in The Horns of Hattin, pp. 190-207 [reprinted in No. 65; Hebrew version in Cathedra 61 (September 1991), pp. 95-112].
  3. (Ed.) The Crusading Kingdom of Jerusalem - The First European Colonial Society? A Symposium, in The Horns of Hattin, pp. 341-66.
  4. (Ed. E. Ashtor) Technology, Industry and Trade. The Levant versus Europe, 1250-1500, Variorum, London 1992, pp. 33.
  5. De Iudeis et Sarracenis.On the Categorization of Muslims in Medieval Canon Law, in Studia in honorem eminentissimi cardinalis Alphonsi M. Stickler, ed. R. I. Card. Castillo Lara (Rome, 1992), pp. 207-13 [reprinted in No. 65].


  1. The Franks in the Levant, 11th to 14th Centuries, Variorum, Aldershot 1993, p. 322.
  2. Introduction to A. Gurevich, The Categories of Medieval Culture, translated into Hebrew by P. Kriksunov, (Jerusalem 1993), pp. 7-8.


  1. (with Muhammad al-Hajjuj) Muslim Villagers of the Frankish Kingdom of Jerusalem: Some Demographic and Onomastic Data, in Itinéraires d’Orient. Hommages à Claude Cahen, ed. R. Curiel and R. Gyselen [=Res Orientales, vol. 6], (Bures-sur-Yvette,1994), pp. 145-56 [updated version of No. 57; reprinted in No. 140].
  2. Raising Funds for a Frankish Cathedral: The Appeal of Bishop Radulph of Sebaste, in Entrepreneurship and the Transformation of the Economy (10th-20th Centuries). Essays in Honour of Herman Van der Wee, ed. P. Klep and E. van Cauwenberghe (Leuven,1994), pp. 443-55 [reprinted in No. 140].


  1. (Ed. L. Jeiteles-Kraus) Eine Prager Liebe. Jerusalem 1995, p. 48.
  2. The Arab Conquest and the Settled Land -- The Testimony of a Seventh-Century Apocalypse, in Frontier, Town, and the Transition from Antiquity to the Middle Ages, ed. M. Toch and D. Mendels (Jerusalem, 1995), pp. 9-21 [updated Hebrew version of No. 42].
  3. (with E. Stern:) Un nuovo sguardo sul quartiere genovese di Acri, in Mediterraneo genovese – Storia e architettura. Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Genova, 29 ottobre 1992, ed. G. Airaldi and P. Stringa (Genoa, 1995), pp. 11-28 [partially reprintedin No. 140].
  4. (with E. Stern:) A Vaulted East-West Street in Acre’s Genoese Quarter? “`Atiqot”, 26 (1995), pp. 105-11 [reprinted in No. 140].
  5. Latin in Ninth-Century Mar Sabas?, “Byzantion”, 65 (1995), 252-54.
  6. Sobre la génesis de la Fazienda de Ultra Mar, “Anales de Historia Antigua y Medieval”, 28 (1995), pp. 131-36 [reprinted in No. 140].
  7. Benvenutus Grapheus of Jerusalem, an Oculist in the Era of the Crusades, “Korot. The Israel Journal of the History of Medicine and Science”, 11 (1995), pp. 14-41 [reprinted in No. 140].


  1. (Ed.) Studies in the History of Popular Culture, Shazar Center for Jewish History, Jerusalem 1996, pp. 444 [in Hebrew].
  2. (Ed. with M. Maoz) The Palestinian National Movement: From Confrontation to Reconciliation?, Israel Ministry of Defense Tel Aviv, 1996, pp. 423 [in Hebrew].
  3. Expulsion as an Issue of World History, “Journal of World History”, 7 (1996), pp. 165-80 [Hebrew translation in Alpayyim 11 (1996), 9-22].
  4. (with E. Kohlberg:) The Intercultural Career of Theodore of Antioch, in Intercultural Contacts in the Medieval Mediterranean. Studies in Honour of David Jacoby, ed. B. Arbel (Tel Aviv and London, 1996), pp. 164-76 [“Mediterranean Historical Review” 10 (1995), pp. 164-76] [reprinted in No. 140].
  5. The Frankish Period: “Cain’s Mountain”, in Yoqne`am I: The Late Periods, ed. A. Ben-Tor, M. Avissar and Y. Portugali, “Qedem Reports”, 3 (Jerusalem, 1996), pp. 3-7 [reprinted in No. 140].
  6. Croisade et jihad vus par l’ennemi: une étude des perceptions mutuelles des motivations, in Autour de la Première Croisade. Actes du Colloque de la “Society for theStudy of the Crusades and the Latin East”, Clermont-Ferrand, 22-25 juin 1995, ed. M. Balard (Paris, 1996), pp. 345-55 [reprinted in No. 140].


  1. (Ed. with J. Riley-Smith and R. Hiestand) Montjoie: Studies in Crusade History in Honour of Hans Eberhard Mayer, Variorum, Aldershot, 1997, p. 276 s.
  2. A Western Survey of Saladin’s Forces at the Siege of Acre, in Montjoie, pp. 113-22 [reprinted in No. 140].
  3. Una nuova fonte per l’incursione musulmana del 934-935 e le sue implicazioni per la storia genovese, in Oriente e Occidente fra medioevo ed età moderna: Studi in onore di Geo Pistarino, ed. L. Balletto (Genoa, 1997), pp. 605-16.
  4. Laying the Foundation Stones for the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 24 July 1918, in The History of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ed. S. Katz and M. Heyd (Jerusalem, 1997), pp. 90-119 [in Hebrew].
  5. Soziologische Geschichtsschreibung: J. Katz als S. K. Mannheims, in Jüdischer Almanach 1998/5758 des Leo Baeck Instituts, ed. J. Hessing and A. Bodenheimer (Frankfurt/M, 1997), pp. 79-86.
  6. L’appel de Clermont vu de Jérusalem, in Le Concile de Clermont de 1095 et l’Appel à la Croisade. Actes du Colloque Universitaire International de Clermont-Ferrand (23-25 juin 1995), Rome 1997, pp. 287-94.
  7. Some New Sources on Palestinian Muslims before and during the Crusades, in Die Kreuzfahrerstaaten als multikulturelle Gesellschaft, ed. H. E. Mayer, “Schriftendes Historischen Kollegs, Kolloquium”, 37 (Munich, 1997), pp. 129-40 [reprinted in No.140].
  8. The Outer Walls of Frankish Acre, “`Atiqot”, 31 (1997), pp. 157-80 [reprinted in No. 140; abridged, updated Hebrew version in Qadmoniot 33 (2000), 13-17].
  9. Benvenuto Grapheo da Gerusalemme – da Salerno – da Montpellier e la sua Ars probatissima oculorum, in Le vie del Mediterraneo: Idee, uomini, oggetti (secoli XI-XVI), ed. G. Airaldi (Genoa, 1997), pp. 7-22 [Italian version of No. 76].
  10. Multidirectional Conversion in the Frankish Levant, in Varieties of Religious Conversion in the Middle Ages, ed. J. Muldoon (Gainesville, 1997), pp. 190-99 [updated version of No. 49; reprinted in No. 140].


  1. (Ed. with R. J. Zwi Werblowsky) Sacred Space: Shrine, City, Land. Studies in Memory of Joshua Prawer, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Macmillan, Jerusalem and London 1998, pp. 348.
  2. Intellectual Activities in a Holy City: Jerusalem in the Twelfth Century, in Sacred Space: Shrine, City, Land, pp. 127-39 [reprinted in No. 140].
  3. The Forcible Baptisms of 1096: History and Historiography, in Forschungen zur Reichs-, Papst- und Landesgeschichte. Peter Herde zum 65. Geburtstag von Freunden, Schülern und Kollegen dargebracht, ed. K. Borchardt and E. Bünz, 2 vols. (Stuttgart, 1998), pp. 1:187-200.
  4. Crusade Historians and the Massacres of 1096, “Jewish History”, 12 (1998), pp. 11-31.
  5. Latins and Oriental Christians in the Frankish Levant, in Sharing the Sacred: Contacts and Conflicts in the Religious History of the Holy Land. First-Fifteenth Centuries, ed. A. K. and G. G. Stroumsa (Jerusalem, 1998), pp. 209-22 [reprinted in No. 140].
  6. The Tractatus de locis et statu sancte terre ierosolimitane, in The Crusades and their Sources: Essays presented to Bernard Hamilton, ed. J. France and W. G. Zajac (Aldershot, 1998), pp. 111-33 [reprinted in No. 140].
  7. A Twelfth-Century Description of the Jerusalem Hospital, in The Military Orders: Welfare and Warfare, ed. H. Nicholson (Aldershot, 1998), pp. 3-26 [reprinted in No.140].


  1. The Changing Land between the Jordan and the Sea: Aerial photographs from 1917 to the Present, Yad Ben-Zvi and Israel Ministry of Defense, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv 1999, pp. 208 [English version of No. 59].
  2. Wars as Turning Points in History, in Six Days – Thirty Years. New Perspectives on the Six Day War, ed. A. Susser (Tel Aviv, 1999), pp. 17-28 [in Hebrew].
  3. On the Origins of the Earliest Laws of Frankish Jerusalem: The Canons of Nablus, 1120, “Speculum”, 74 (1999), pp. 310-35 [reprinted in No. 140].
  4. On Six Maps and One Aerial Photograph, in Studies in Geography and History in Honour of Yehoshua Ben-Arieh, ed. Y. Ben-Artzi, I. Bartal, E. Reiner (Jerusalem, 1999), pp. 29-45 [in Hebrew].
  5. La Via sancti sepulchri come tramite di cultura araba in Europa, in Itinerari medievali e identità europea. Atti del Congresso internazionale di Parma, 27-28 febbraio 1998, ed. R. Greci (Bologna, 1999), pp. 181-201 [reprinted in No. 140].
  6. Il motivo della crociata nel pensiero politico israeliano, in Verso Gerusalemme. II Convegno Internazionale nel IX Centenario della I Crociata (1099-1999). Bari, 11-13 gennaio 1999, ed. F. Cardini, M. Belloli, B. Vetere (Lecce, 1999), pp. 135-50.
  7. The Multilateral Disputation at the Court of the Grand Qan Möngke, 1254, in The Majlis. Interreligious Encounters in Medieval Islam, ed. H. Lazarus-Yafeh, M. R. Cohen, S. Somekh, S. H. Griffith, “Studies in Arabic Language and Literature”, 4 (Wiesbaden, 1999), pp. 162-83.


  1. (Ed. with A. Danin) Remote Sensing: The Use of Aerial Photographs and Satellite Images in Israel Studies. Yad Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem 2000, p. 260 [in Hebrew].
  2. (with R. Ellenblum) The Contribution of Aerial Photography to the Study of the Frankish Period (1099-1291), in Remote Sensing, pp. 167-72 [in Hebrew].
  3. Aerial Photography on the Palestine Front during World War I, in Remote Sensing, pp. 229-35 [in Hebrew].
  4. Reflections on Landscape and History, in Landscapes of Israel. Azaria Alon Jubilee Volume, ed. G. Barkay and E. Schiller (Jerusalem, 2000), pp. 33-36 [in Hebrew; reprinted in Motar 11 (2004), 5-8].


  1. (Ed. with M. Balard and J. Riley-Smith) ’Dei gesta per Francos’. Etudes sur les croisades dédiées à Jean Richard, Ashgate, Aldershot 2001, pp. 434.
  2. (with N. Kenaan-Kedar) The Significance of a Twelfth-Century Sculptural Group: ‘Le Retour du Croisé’, in ‘Dei gesta per Francos’ (Aldershot, 2001), pp. 29-44.
  3. Eine Luftaufnahme von Schumachers Ausgrabungen in Megiddo, in Das Erwachen Palästinas im 19. Jahrhundert. Alex Carmel zum 70. Geburtstag, ed. Y. Perry and E. Petry, “Judentum und Christentum”, vol. 9 (Stuttgart, 2001), pp. 13-19.
  4. Convergences of Oriental Christian, Muslim and Frankish Worshippers: The Case of Saydnaya and the Knights Templar, in The Crusades and the Military Orders. Expanding the Frontiers of Medieval Latin Christianity, ed. Z. Hunyadi and J. Laszlovszky (Budapest, 2001), pp. 89-100.
  5. (with M. Levy-Rubin:) A Spanish Source on Mid-Ninth-Century Mar Saba and a Neglected Sabaite Martyr, in The Sabaite Heritage in the Orthodox Church from the Fifth Century to the Present, ed. J. Patrich, “Orientalia Lovanensia Analecta”, 98 (Leuven, 2001), pp. 63-72.
  6. Farewell Message by the Outgoing President, in “Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East. Bulletin”, 21 (2001), pp. 2-3.


  1. (Ed. with J. Riley-Smith) “Crusades”, 1 (2002), 2 (2003), 3 (2004), 4 (2005), 5 (2006), 6 (2007).
  2. Marc Bloch: Between his Life and Research, introduction to the Hebrew translation of Apologie pour l’histoire et Métier d’historien (Jerusalem, 2002), pp. 7-24.
  3. The Samaritans under Frankish Rule, in The Samaritans, ed. E. Stern and H. Eshel (Jerusalem, 2002), pp. 591-601 [updated Hebrew version of No. 54].


  1. A Second Incarnation in Frankish Jerusalem, in The Experience of Crusading, vol. 2: Defining the Crusader Kingdom, ed. P. W. Edbury and J. Phillips (Cambridge, 2003), pp. 79-92 [reprinted in No. 140].
  2. A Hebrew Inscription from Gaza in the Cemetery at Rishon le-Zion, in Studies in the History of Eretz-Israel presented to Yehuda Ben- Porat, ed. Y. Ben-Arieh and E. Reiner (Jerusalem, 2003), pp. 588-98 [in Hebrew].


  1. The Jerusalem Massacre of July 1099 in the Western Historiography of the Crusades, “Crusades”, 3 (2004), 15-75.
  2. The Crusader Motif in Israeli Political Discourse, “Alpayyim”, 26 (2004), pp. 9-40 [enlarged, updated Hebrew version of No. 105].
  3. Again: Genoa’s Golden Inscription and King Baldwin I’s Privilege of 1104, in Chemins d’outre-mer: Études sur la Méditerranée offertes à Michel Balard, ed. D. Coulon, C. Otten-Froux, P. Pagès and D. Valérian, 2 vols. (Paris, 2004), pp. 495-502.


  1. Holy Men in a Holy Land: Christian, Muslim and Jewish Religiosity in the Near East at the Time of the Crusades, “Hayes Robinson Lecture Series”, 9, Royal Holloway, University of London, 2005, p. 24. - (Download)
  2. Structural Primordiality or Cumulative Substances, a reply to A. B. Yehoshua, “Alpayyim”, 28 (2005), pp. 84-86 [in Hebrew].
  3. Dimensioni comparative del pellegrinaggio medievale, in Fra Roma e Gerusalemme nel Medioevo. Paesaggi umani ed ambientali del pellegrinaggio meridionale. Atti del Congresso Internazionale di Studi, Salerno – Cava de’ Tirreni – Ravello, 26-29 ottobre 2000, ed. M. Oldoni, 3 vols. (Salerno, 2005), pp. 1: 255-77.
  4. (with D. Talmon-Heller) Did Muslim Survivors of the 1099 Massacre of Jerusalem Settle in Damascus? The True Origins of the al-Salihiyya Suburb, “Al-Masaq”, 17 (2005), pp. 203-7.
  5. The Voyages of Giuàn-Ovadiah in Syria and Iraq and the Enigma of his Conversion, in Giovanni-Ovadiah da Oppido, proselito, viaggiatore e musicista dell’età normanna. Atti del convegno internazionale, Oppido Lucano 28-30 marzo 2004, ed. A. De Rosa and M. Perani (Florence, 2005), pp. 133-47.
  6. The Fourth Crusade’s Second Front, in Urbs Capta: The Fourth Crusade and its Consequences, ed. A. Laiou, “Réalités Byzantines” 10 (Paris, 2005), pp. 89-110.
  7. (Ed. with A. Kadish) The Few Against The Many? Studies on the Balance of Forces in the Battles of Judas Maccabaeus and Israel’s War of Independence, Magnes Press, Jerusalem 2005, pp. 227 [in Hebrew].


  1. (with R. Schieffer) Geleitwort, in Hebräische Berichte über die Judenverfolgungen während des Ersten Kreuzzugs, ed. E. Haverkamp, MGH, “Hebräische Texte aus dem mittelalterlichen Deutschland”, 1 (Hanover, 2005), pp. vii-viii. (Introductory remarks to a new series launched by the “Monumenta Germaniae Historica” and the “Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities”).
  2. Apocrypha: Writings on Current Affairs, 1954-2004, Modi`in 2006, p. 228 (in Hebrew, English, German and Arabic).
  3. (Ed. with N. Faucherre and J. Mesqui) L’architecture en Terre sainte au temps de Saint Louis, “Bulletin Monumental”, 164 (2006), pp. 3-120.
  4. Les murailles d’Acre franque, in L’architecture, pp. 45-52 [updated and abridged version of No. 90].
  5. L’enceinte de la ville franque de Jaffa, in L’architecture, pp. 105-7.
  6. Jacob Katz as Karl Mannheim’s Disciple, in The Past and Beyond. Studies in History and Philosophy Presented to Elazar Weinryb, ed. A. Horowitz, O. Limor, R. Ben-Shalom and A. Bar-Levav(Ra`anana, 2006), pp. 209-17 [in Hebrew; enlarged versionof No. 87].
  7. From Religious to Political Messianism: On the History of the German Templers, in Chronicle of a Utopia—The Templers in the Holy Land, 1868-1948, ed. G. Dolev (Tel Aviv, 2006), pp. 17-36 of the Hebrew part, pp. 10-25 of the English part. [Section of a Hebrew-written seminar paper submitted to Prof. J. L. Talmon, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1965. English translation prepared by editor].
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