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Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / The first hundred years
(1969)

Important Dates and Events,   pp. 622-625 PDF (1.3 MB)


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1099 July 29 
1099 August 12 
1100 July i8 
1100 August 
iioo October z 
1100 December 25 
iioi March 
1101 March 
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August 
August 
September 
May 
May 7 
June 14 
autumn 
iio~ February z8 
1105—1107 
1107 June 3 
1107 autumn 
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iio8 September 1109 March 
1109 July iz iiiz January 
or February 
1112 December 
1113 October 2 
1113 November 
1115 September 14 
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1118 August i~ 
1119 June28 
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August 
or September 
September 13 
April i8 
July 7 
August 29 
October 
or November 
November 26 
September 
June i8 
February 
August zi 
 IMPORTANT DATES AND EVENTS 623 
Death of Urban II; Rainerius of Blera elected pope Paschal II 
August 14 
The crusaders defeat the Fãtimid army near Ascalon 
Death of Godfrey of Bouillon 
Bohemond captured by Dãnishmendid Turkomans 
Baldwin of Boulogne departs for Jerusalem, leaving Baldwin of Le 
Bourg as count of Edessa 
Baldwin I crowned king at Bethlehem 
Tancred regent of Antioch for Bohemond 
Crusade of i lol: the first armies arrive at Constantinople, cross to 
Nicomedia April zi 
Lombard crusaders defeated by Turks near Mersivan 
Nivernais crusaders defeated near Heraclea 
Crusaders from Aquitaine and Germany defeated near Heraclea 
Bohemond freed, resumes rule of Antioch 
Baldwin of Edessa and Joscelin of Courtenay captured at Harran 
The Byzantines regain Cilicia 
Tughtigin independent ruler at Damascus 
Bohemond leaves for Europe; Tancred regent of Antioch; Richard of 
Salerno governor at Edessa 
Raymond of St. Gilles dies while besieging Tripoli; William Jordan 
takes his place 
Bohemond, with papal authorization, organizes a "crusade" against 
Byzantium 
K!llj Arslan I killed at the Khabur by the Selchükids of Iraq 
Bohemond's army captures Avlona, besieges Dyrrachium (Durazzo) 
Crusade of Norwegians under king Sigurd 
Baldwin of Le Bourg and Joscelin released; Baldwin recovers Edessa 
from Tancred and Richard September i8 
Collapse of Bohemond's expedition; treaty affirms Byzantine suzerainty over
Antioch 
Bertram, son of Raymond of St. Gilles, arrives to claim the area 
around Tripoli 
Tripoli falls to the crusaders; Bertram assumes the title of count 
Bertram dies; his son Pons count of Tripoli 
Tancred dies; succeeded by Roger of Salerno 
Maudüd of Mosul killed by Assassins at Damascus 
Rldvan dies; Aleppo under his son and the regent Lu'lu' (dies 1117) 
Roger of Antioch defeats Bursuk at Dãnith 
Baldwin I builds the castle of Krak de Montréal (ash-Shaubak) south
of the Dead Sea 
Death of Baldwin I; Baldwin of Le Bourg, count of Edessa, consecrated king
April i~. 
Death of Alexius I Comnenus; his son John emperor 
Roger of Antioch defeated and killed by tl-Ghãzi near Darb Sarmadã
(the ager sanguinis); Baldwin II later becomes regent of Antioch for 
Bohemond II 
Baldwin II installs Joscelin of Courtenay as count of Edessa 
Joscelin captured by Belek at Sarüj 
Baldwin II captured by Belek at Shenchrig 
Joscelin escapes, fails to rescue king Baldwin 
Tyre falls to Franks and Venetian fleet 
Baldwin II freed by Timurtash 
Bohemond II arrives to be prince at Antioch 
Aksungur al-Bursuki killed by Assassins at Mosul 
Zengi appointed governor at Mosul 
Zengi enters Aleppo 
Bohemond II of Antioch killed in Cilicia 
Death of Baldwin II; his son-in-law, Fulk of Anjou, king September i~. 


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