Les “parlements” dans l’Empire latin de Constantinople, le Royaume des Montferrat à Thessalonique et la Principauté d’AchaïePart of : Βυζαντιακά ; No.30, 2012, pages 211-227
The “parliaments” in the Latin Empire of Constantinople, the Montferrat Kingdom of Thessaloniki and the Principality of Achaia
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This article lists and studies the ‘parliaments’ as they took place in the Latin Empire of Constantinople (1204-1261), the Montferrat Kingdom of Thessaloniki (1204-1224) and the Principality of Achaia in the Morea (1204-1432), some of these ‘parliaments’ directly concerning all of them at the same time. The concept and different meanings of the term ‘parliament’ are discussed and analyzed. Moreover, the functions, powers, status and importance of the individual ‘parliaments’ as well as the different categories to which they might belong, are duly analyzed and placed in their constitutional and institutional framework.