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1071
Manzikert
1 of 36
1087
Italian naval force sacks Tunisia
2 of 36
1095
Pope Urban preaches at Clermont
3 of 36
1096
Peoples Crusade
4 of 36
1097 - 1099
First Crusade
5 of 36
1100
Baldwin l becomes King of Jerusalem
6 of 36
1101
Crusade
7 of 36
1118
Death of Baldwin l
8 of 36
1119
Field of Blood
9 of 36
1129
Council of Troyes approves Templar Rule
10 of 36
1131
Fulk and Melisende joint rule in Jerusalem
11 of 36
1144
Zengi captures Edessa
12 of 36
1147 - 1149
Second Crusade
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1147
Capture of Lisbon
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1148
Crusaders abandon siege of Damascus
15 of 36
1151 - 52
Civil war in Jerusalem between Melisende and Baldwin lll
16 of 36
1154
Nur ad - Din takes Damascus
17 of 36
1162
Almaric becomes King of Jerusalem
18 of 36
1167 - 69
Almarics expeditions into Egypt
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1171
Saladin suppresses Fatamid caliphate in Egypt
20 of 36
1174
Death of Almaric and Nur ad Din
21 of 36
1174
Baldwin lV becomes King
22 of 36
1180
Marriage of Guy and Sybilla
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1185
Death of Baldwin lV
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1186
Guy and Sybilla crowned King and Queen of Jerusalem
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1187
Saladin defeats Kingdom of Jerusalem at Hattin
26 of 36
1189 - 1192
Third Crusade
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1191
Capture Acre
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1192
Richard agrees treaty with Saladin
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1193
Death of Saladin
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1197
Henry Vl dies and his crusade collapses
31 of 36
1197
Aimery of Lusignan becomes King of Jerusalem
32 of 36
1198
Innocent lll becomes Pope
33 of 36
1202 - 1204
Fourth Crusade
34 of 36
1202
Crusaders capture Zara
35 of 36
1204
Crusaders capture Constantinople
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Pope Urban preaches at Clermont

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Peoples Crusade

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First Crusade

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