Crusaders, Condottieri, and Cannon: Medieval Warfare in Societies around the Mediterranean

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JOSEPH F. O'CALLAGHAN,
1958–1996

1958

Difiniciones of the Order of Calatrava enacted by Abbot William II of Morimond, April 2, 1468.” Traditio 14 (1958): 231–268.

1960

“The Affiliation of the Order of Calatrava with the Order of Cîteaux.” Analecta Sacri Ordinis Cisterciensis 15 (1960): 3–59, 255–292.

1961

“The Earliest Difiniciones of the Order of Calatrava, 1304–1383.” Traditio 17 (1961): 255–284.

“Don Pedro Girón, Master of the Order of Calatrava, 1445–1466.” Hispania 21 (1961): 342–390.

1962

“Martin Pérez de Siones, Maestre de Salvatierre.” Hispania 22 (1962): 163–170.

“The Foundation of the Order of Alcántara, 1176–1218.” CHR 47 (1962): 471–486.

1963

“Sobre los orígenes de Calatrava la Nueva.” Hispania 23 (1963): 494–504.

1966

Hermandades entre las Ordenes Militares de Calatrava y Santiago durante los reinados de Alfonso VIII y Fernando III de Castilla. Ciudad Real: Instituto de Estudios Manchegos, 1966.

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