Note 091
From Chapter 60 of the Decline & Fall

The disorders of the sack of Constantinople, and his own adventures, are feelingly described by Nicetas, p. 367 -369, and in the Status Urb. C. P. p. 375 - 384. His complaints, even of sacrilege, are justified by Innocent III. (Gesta, c. 92); but Villehardouin does not betray a symptom of pity or remorse

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