Baltic Ambitions: The Diplomatic Role of the Teutonic Order in the Conflict between Emperor Frederick II, and the Papacy, 1220-1250
Smith, Brandon L 1989-
An examination of the way in which the Teutonic Order was able to navigate the conflict between Emperor Frederick II and the Papacy in such a way that allowed them to secure the benefits and privileges which allowed them to establish an 'Ordensland' in the state of Prussia during the first half of the thirteenth century.
DegreeMaster of Arts (M.A.)
CommitteeNeufeld, Matthew; Yuzwa, Zachary; Cichon, Michael; Biggs, Lesley
Copyright DateJune 2018
Teutonic Order, Papacy, Frederick II, Prussia, Crusades, Holy Roman Empire