Third Crusade

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The Third Crusade
Pairt o the Crusades
Richard-Coeur-de-Lion-on-his-way-to-Jerusalem.JPG
Richard the Lionhert mairches taewart Jerusalem. James William Glass (1850).
Date11 Mey 1189 – 2 September 1192
LocationMaistly Levant an Anatolie
Result

Treaty o Jaffa

  • Crusader militar veectory, resultin in a three-year truce.
  • Recogneetion o the territorial status quo at the end o active campaignin, includin conteena'd Muslim control o Jerusalem an the restoration o the Levantine Crusader States.
  • The safety o baith Christian an Muslim unairmed pilgrims guaranteed ootthrou the Levant.
Territorial
changes
  • The Crusade capturs Cyprus an the Kinrick o Cyprus is established.
  • The Levantine coast frae Tyre tae Jaffa returned tae Crusader control.
  • The Crusaders recaptur Tiberias an some inland territories frae the Muslims.
Belligerents

Crusaders:

Levantine Crusader states:

Crusadin orders:

Eastren Christian allies:

Muslim forces:


Eastren Christian opponents:

Laitin Christian opponents:

Commanders an leaders

Crusaders:

Levantine Crusader states:

Crusadin orders:

Eastren Christian allies:

Muslim forces:

Eastren Christian opponents:

Laitin Christian opponents:

Strenth

35,000–50,000 truips

  • 12,000–25,000 frae the HRE states[1][2][3]
  • 8,000–9,000 Inglis/Normans/Welsh[4]
  • 7,000+ French[5]
  • 2,000 frae Outremer[5]
  • 1,000 Templars an Hospitallers[5]
  • 2,000 Hungarians[6]
  • 2,000 Genoese an Pisans
  • 2,000 uther (Danes, Norses, Turcopoles, etc.)
Ayyubids: 25,000[5]

The Third Crusade (1189–1192), an aw kent as The Keengs' Crusade, wis an attempt bi European leaders tae reconquer the Haly Laund frae Saladin (Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb).

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Loud 2010, p. 19.
  2. J. Phillips, The Fourth Crusade and the Sack of Constantinople, 66
  3. McLynn, p. 114: "With an army of 25,000 (but rumoured to be ten times that size), Frederick Barbarossa moved down through Hungary."
  4. H. Chisholm, The Encyclopædia Britannica : A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information, 294
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Frank McLynn. "Richard and John: Kings at War." Page 219.
  6. Hunyadi, Zsolt (2011), A keresztes háborúk világa, p. 41.
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