Its main objective was to resist Islam not by force as the Crusaders did, but by understanding and love.
He travelled a lot, and besides Latin and Greek mastered perfectly Arabic.
Among them the most famous were Wadha el-Ameri and Zahair Alameri (11th century).
The Croatian kingdom maintained relations with the Califat, so that in 953 the Croatian legation visited Cordoba.
Since 1404 he was also a canonist-penitentiary in Tours, in the nun's convent Beaumont, until the end of his life.
With his book "Le chasteau de virginite", written in Latin and French in 1411, he entered the history of French and European literature.