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  1. 1148 fue un año bisiesto comenzado en jueves del calendario juliano. Nacimientos. Estefanía Alfonso "la Desdichada". Hija ilegítima de Alfonso VII el Emperador, rey de Castilla y León. Esposa de Fernán Ruiz de Castro "el Castellano" Fallecimientos. 2 de noviembre - Malaquías de Armagh, arzobispo católico irlandés.

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    阴火兔年. (female Fire- Rabbit) 1274 or 893 or 121. — to —. 阳土龙年. (male Earth- Dragon) 1275 or 894 or 122. Raymond of Poitiers welcoming King Louis VII of France (right) in Antioch. Year 1148 ( MCXLVIII) was a leap year starting on Thursday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar .

    • Background
    • Fiasco at Damascus
    • Aftermath
    • Legacy
    • Bibliography
    • Further Reading
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    The first hostile act between the Crusaders and the Burid rulers of Damascus was in form of raids in 1125, followed by the Battle of Marj al-Saffar in 1126, when the Crusaders defeated the Muslim army in the field but failed in their objective to capture Damascus. In 1129, they attacked Damascus again, when they camped near the Wooden Bridge (Jisr ...

    The crusaders decided to attack Damascus from the west, where orchards of Ghouta would provide them with a constant food supply. They arrived at Darayya on 23 July, with the army of Jerusalem in the vanguard, followed by Louis and then Conrad in the rearguard. The densely cultivated gardens and orchards would prove to be a serious obstacle for the ...

    Each of the Christian forces felt betrayed by the other. A new plan was made to attack Ascalon but this was abandoned due to the lack of trust that had resulted from the failed siege. This mutual distrust would linger for a generation due to the defeat, to the ruin of the Christian kingdoms in the Holy Land. Following the battle, Conrad returned to...

    The French Crusader Robert de Brie, who took part in the Siege of Damascus in 1148, is sometimes credited for bringing the Damask rose from Syria to Europe. The Crusaders carved the fleur-de-lis on a stone outside Bab Sharqi, in addition to scattering coins in a ditchthere. During the Mandate for Syria and the Lebanon, the French built Mezzeh priso...

    Baldwin, Marsall W. (1969) [1955]. "The Latin States under Baldwin III and Amalric I, 1143–1174; The Decline and Fall of Jerusalem, 1174–1189". In Setton, Kenneth M.; Baldwin, Marshall W. (eds.). A...
    Brundage, James (1962). The Crusades: A Documentary History. Milwaukee, WI: Marquette University Press.
    Burns, Ross (2007). Damascus: A History. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-134-488490.
    Cowan, Ian Borthwick; Mackay, P. H. R.; Macquarrie, Alan (1983). The Knights of St John of Jerusalem in Scotland. Vol. 19. Scottish History Society. ISBN 978-0906245033.

    The Damascus Chronicle of the Crusaders, extracted and translated from the Chronicle of Ibn al-Qalanisi. Edited and translated by H. A. R. Gibb. London, 1932.

    Kenneth Setton, ed. – A History of the Crusades, vol. I. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1958. Retrieved on 27 March 2008
    William of Tyre – The Fiasco at Damascus (1148) at the Internet Medieval Sourcebook. Retrieved on 27 March 2008
    • 24–28 July 1148
    • Muslim victory, Crusader withdrawal due to poor logistics and dispute over the city's fate
  3. 22 de ago. de 2018 · published on 22 August 2018. Available in other languages: French, Portuguese. The siege of Damascus in 1148 CE was the final act of the Second Crusade (1147-1149 CE). Lasting a mere four days from 24 to 28 July, the siege by a combined western European army was not successful, and the Crusade petered out with its leaders returning home more ...

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  4. The siege of Tortosa (1 July – 30 December 1148) was a military action of the Second Crusade (1147–49) in Spain. A multinational force under the command of Count Raymond Berengar IV of Barcelona besieged the city of Tortosa (Arabic Ṭurṭūsha ), then a part of the Almoravid Emirate , for six months before the garrison surrendered.

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    Władysław II ( the Exiled ), High Duke of Poland, suffers a defeat against the coalition forces under his brother Bolesław IV ( the Curly ). Władysław and his family escape across the border to Bohemia and later seek refuge in Germany. Bolesław captures Silesia and the Senioral territories, and becomes the new ruler of Greater Poland.

  6. 1148. 1148 was a leap year. Millennium : 2nd millennium. Centuries : 11th century – 12th century – 13th century. Decades : 1110s 1120s 1130s – 1140s – 1150s 1160s 1170s. Years :