Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / The first hundred years
Important Dates and Events, pp. 622-625 PDF (1.3 MB)
1099 July 29 1099 August 12 1100 July i8 1100 August iioo October z 1100 December 25 iioi March 1101 March 1101 1101 1101 1103 I 104 1104 I 104 1104 August August September May May 7 June 14 autumn iio~ February z8 1105—1107 1107 June 3 1107 autumn I 107—I 110 i io8 iio8 September 1109 March 1109 July iz iiiz January or February 1112 December 1113 October 2 1113 November 1115 September 14 1115 iii8 Aprilz 1118 August i~ 1119 June28 1119 1122 1123 I 123 1124 I 124 i iz6 1126 1127 I 128 1130 1131 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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