653: In a Letter, Pope Martin I Denies Having Collaborated with the Expanding Saracens

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In a letter to Theodoros Spoudaios, a cleric at Hagia Sophia, Pope Martin I defends himself against accusations that he collaborated with Muslims as they expanded their sphere of influence. These accusations are placed in the broader context of Christological disputes that plagued relations between Rome and Constantinople in the early period of the Arabic-Islamic expansion.

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ISO 690KÖNIG, Daniel G., 2019. 653: In a Letter, Pope Martin I Denies Having Collaborated with the Expanding Saracens. In: Transmediterranean History. Universität Konstanz. 2019, 1(2). Available under: doi: 10.18148/tmh/2019.1.2.16
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  year={2019},
  doi={10.18148/tmh/2019.1.2.16},
  title={653: In a Letter, Pope Martin I Denies Having Collaborated with the Expanding Saracens},
  number={2},
  volume={1},
  journal={Transmediterranean History},
  author={König, Daniel G.},
  note={OPEN ACCESS VERSION: https://doi.org/10.18148/tmh/2019.1.2.16}
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