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  1. According to the Kurdish scholar and historian Baha ad-Din ibn Shaddad, these numbered close to 3,000. Saladin allowed many of the noblewomen of the city to leave without paying any ransom. For example, a Byzantine queen living a monastic life in the city was allowed to leave the city with her retinue and associates, as was Sibylla , the queen of Jerusalem and wife of the captured King Guy .

  2. Tras el fracaso de la segunda cruzada, Nur ad-Din se hizo con el control de Damasco y unificó Siria. Con la finalidad de extender su poder, Nur ad-Din puso los ojos en la dinastía fatimí de Egipto. En 1163, su general de más confianza, Shirkuh, emprendió una expedición militar hacia el Nilo.

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    Saladin (arabisch صلاح الدين يوسف بن أيّوب الدوينيّ Salah ad-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub ad-Dawīnī, DMG Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf b. Aiyūb ad-Dawīnī ‚Heil der Religion, Yusuf, Sohn Ayyubs aus Dwin‘ mit dem Titel al-Malik an-Nasir / الملك الناصر / al-Malik an-Nāṣir /‚der siegreiche Herrscher‘; geboren 1137/1138 in Tikrit; gestorben am 3.

  4. Foundation and Polity. Though there is no doubt on the Chutia polity, the origins of this kingdom are obscure. It is generally held that the Chutias established a state around Sadiya and contiguous areas —though it is believed that the kingdom was established in the 13th century before the advent of the Ahoms in 1228, and Buranjis, the Ahom chronicles, indicate the presence of a Chutia state ...