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  • Marino Sanuto dit l’Ancien ou Torcello (vers 1260 – 1338) est un géographe et voyageur vénitien.
  • Marino Sanuto or Sanudo the Elder of Torcello (c. 1260 – 1338) was a Venetian statesman and geographer.He is best known for his lifelong attempts to revive the crusading spirit and movement; with this object he wrote his great work, the Secreta (or Liber Secretorum) Fidelium Crucis, otherwise called Historia Hierosolymitana, Liber de expeditione Terrae Sanctae, and Opus Terrae Sanctae, the last being perhaps the proper title of the whole treatise as completed in three parts or "books". This work has much to say of trade and trade-routes as well as of political and other history; and through its accompanying maps and plans it occupies an important place in the development of cartography. It was begun in March 1306, and finished (in its earliest form) in January 1307, when it was offered to Pope Clement V as a manual for true Crusaders who desired the reconquest of the Holy Land. To this original Liber Secretorum Sanuto added largely; two other "books" were composed between December 1312 and September 1321, when the entire work was presented by the author to Pope John XXII, together with a map of the world, a map of Palestine, a chart of the Mediterranean, Black Sea and west European coasts, and plans of Jerusalem, Antioch and Acre. A copy was also offered to the king of France, to whom Sanuto desired to commit the military and political leadership of the new crusade.
  • Marino Sanudo der Ältere, auch Marino Sanudo oder Sanuto von Torcello (* um 1260; † 1338) war ein venezianischer Staatsmann und Geograph.Sanudo ist vor allem bekannt für seine lebenslangen Bemühungen, die Kreuzzüge zur Befreiung der Heiligen Stätten in Palästina von der muslimischen Herrschaft zu propagieren. Zu diesem Zweck schrieb er sein Buch Liber Secretorum Fidelium Crucis als Handreichung für die Kreuzfahrer.
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  • Marino Sanuto dit l’Ancien ou Torcello (vers 1260 – 1338) est un géographe et voyageur vénitien.
  • Marino Sanudo der Ältere, auch Marino Sanudo oder Sanuto von Torcello (* um 1260; † 1338) war ein venezianischer Staatsmann und Geograph.Sanudo ist vor allem bekannt für seine lebenslangen Bemühungen, die Kreuzzüge zur Befreiung der Heiligen Stätten in Palästina von der muslimischen Herrschaft zu propagieren. Zu diesem Zweck schrieb er sein Buch Liber Secretorum Fidelium Crucis als Handreichung für die Kreuzfahrer.
  • Marino Sanuto or Sanudo the Elder of Torcello (c. 1260 – 1338) was a Venetian statesman and geographer.He is best known for his lifelong attempts to revive the crusading spirit and movement; with this object he wrote his great work, the Secreta (or Liber Secretorum) Fidelium Crucis, otherwise called Historia Hierosolymitana, Liber de expeditione Terrae Sanctae, and Opus Terrae Sanctae, the last being perhaps the proper title of the whole treatise as completed in three parts or "books".
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  • Marino Sanuto l'Ancien
  • Marino Sanudo der Ältere
  • Marino Sanuto the Elder
  • Санудо, Марино Старший
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