Monsfortis, Alias Mons Feret. il Castello dei Teutonici in Terrasanta. The Teutonic Castle in the Holy Land.
Montfort is the most impressive Crusader fortress in Israel: a new research reveals its complex and fascinating history. Probably based on a Late Roman site, it has been enhanced and modified first by Templars and later by Teutonic Knights. Fully supported by archaeological and architectural analysis, the Authors expose an intriguing thesis: the castle was an imperial shelter, where Frederick II dwelt hidden, as well as a secret strategical site for iron technology.
- 208 x 294 x 10mm | 439.98g
- Alinea Editrice
- Firenze, Italy
- English, Italian