Jerusalem, Latin Kingdom of \(1099-1291\)
Jerusalem, Latin Kingdom of \(1099-1291\)
Founded as a result of the First Crusade, in 1099. Destroyed a first time by Saladin in 1187, it was re-established around Saint-Jean d'Acre and maintained until the capture of that city in 1291

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