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Bury, becoming, as Runciman later commented, "his first, and only, student. His work on the Byzantine Empire earned him a fellowship at Trinity in After receiving a large inheritance from his grandfather, Runciman resigned his fellowship in and began travelling widely. From to he was Professor of Byzantine Art and History at Istanbul University, in Turkey, where he began the research on the Crusades which would lead to his best known work, the History of the Crusades three volumes appearing in , , and Most of Runciman's historical works deal with Byzantium and her medieval neighbours between Sicily and Syria; one exception is The White Rajahs, published in , which tells the story of Sarawak, an independent nation founded on the northern coast of Borneo in by the Englishman James Brooke, and ruled by the Brooke family for more than a century.

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