CRUSADE NEARLY FAILED DUE TO LEADER DISPARITY

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  • CRUSADE NEARLY FAILED DUE TO LEADER DISPARITY
    • Antioch had been officially won in late summer 1098
      • took until January 1099 for the crusaders to leave for J...
        • someone was needed to rule it as it had been won from the infidel
          • Raymond of Toulouse/ Bohemond of Taranto
            • Bohemond
    • Marrat
      • Crusaders occupied the walls whilst muslims retreated into the city and both sides rested for the night
        • Bohemond promised muslims safe conduct if they surrendered
          • muslims surrendered then massacred population
            • bohemond got walls and towers while Rayomnd of Toulouse took control of the interior of the city and they carried on their dispute of who would rule the territories they won

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