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  1. Saladin - Wikipedia

    hace 4 días · Saladin's soldiers broke their discipline, plundering the city; Saladin only managed to protect the governor and his officers by sending them to Mosul. After establishing a garrison at Sinjar, he awaited a coalition assembled by Izz al-Din consisting of his forces, those from Aleppo, Mardin, and Armenia . [89]

  2. Third Crusade - Wikipedia

    hace 4 días · The Third Crusade (1189–1192) was an attempt by three European monarchs of Western Christianity (Philip II of France, Richard I of England and Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor) to reconquer the Holy Land following the capture of Jerusalem by the Ayyubid sultan Saladin in 1187.

    • 11 May 1189 – 2 September 1192
    • Treaty of Jaffa, Crusader military victory, resulting in a three-year truce., Recognition of the territorial status quo at the end of active campaigning, including continued Muslim control of Jerusalem and the restoration of the Levantine Crusader States., The safety of both Christian and Muslim unarmed pilgrims guaranteed throughout the Levant.
    • Mostly Levant and Anatolia
    • The Crusade captures Cyprus and the Kingdom of Cyprus is established., The Levantine coast from Tyre to Jaffa returned to Crusader control., The Crusaders recapture Tiberias and some inland territories from the Muslims.
  3. Tercera cruzada - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    hace 4 días · La tercera cruzada (1187-1191), también conocida como la Cruzada de los Reyes, fue un intento de los líderes europeos para reconquistar la Tierra Santa de manos de Salah ad-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub, conocido en español como Saladino.

  4. Battle of Hattin - Wikipedia

    hace 4 días · Holt, P. M. (1986), The Age of the Crusades: The Near East from the Eleventh Century to 1517, New York: Longman, ISBN 0-582-49302-1; Hosler, John (2018). The Siege of Acre, 1189-1191: Saladin, Richard the Lionheart, and the Battle that Decided the Third Crusade. Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-30021-550-2.

    • Decisive Ayyubid victory
  5. Crusader raids on the Red Sea - Wikipedia

    hace 2 días · Saladin: the Politics of the Holy War. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-31739-9. Runciman, Steven (1952). A History of the Crusades, vol. II: The Kingdom of Jerusalem and the Frankish East, 1100–1187. Cambridge University Press.

  6. Nur al-Din | Zangid, Crusades, & History | Britannica

    21/04/2021 · Nur al-Din, Muslim ruler who reorganized the armies of Syria and laid the foundations for the success of Saladin. After succeeding his father as ruler of Aleppo, he waged military campaigns against the Crusaders and recaptured Edessa before taking Antioch and Damascus.

  7. 10/05/2021 · Born into a significant Kurdish family in northern Iraq, Saladin shot to power in faraway Egypt thanks to the tutelage of his uncle. Over two decades, this warrior and diplomat fought under the banner of jihad, but at the same time worked tirelessly to build an immense dynastic empire that stretched from North Africa to Western Iraq.

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  8. The Crusades - SBC Library - LibGuides at St Bernard's College

    11/05/2021 · Saladin recapturing Jerusalem from Crusaders 1187 AD The Crusades: a concise overview for students Pope Urban II

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  9. Crusades Archives - Crisis Magazine

    07/11/2019 · When we look back on the Third Crusade (1189-1192) it is all but impossible not to be struck by how close King Richard and the Christian host came to decisively defeating Saladin and re-taking Jerusalem. Twice during the campaign—in January 1192 and again in July 1192—the crusaders advanced to within a dozen or so miles [...]

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