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Kingdom of Jerusalem-Crusader Period, 1099-1295

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  1. Overview
    1. The Crusader Kingdom 1099-1187, Teddy Kollek and Moshe Pearlman, Jerusalem- Sacred City of Mankind, Steimatzky Ltd., Jerusalem, 1991.
  2. Artifacts
    1. Siege of Jerusalem, 1099
    2. Hospital of the Knights of St. John, 1099
    3. Dome of the Rock Renovations, 1099-1187
    4. Monastery of the Cross, 11th century
    5. Yeshiva of Geon Yaakov, 11th-13th century
    6. The Lintels of the Holy Sepulchre, 12th century
    7. Candelabra, 12th century
    8. Crusader Fortress, 12th century
    9. Upper Room/Cenacle, 12th century
    10. Crusader Chapel on the Mount of Olives, 12th century
    11. Montfort Crusader Fortress, 12th century
    12. Crusader Chapel in the Church of St. Catherine, 12th century
    13. Christian Cavalry, 12th century
    14. Crusader Map of Jerusalem, 12th century
    15. Acre- Capital of the Crusader Kingdom, 12th-13th century
    16. Crucified Jesus, 12th-13th century
    17. Apollonia, 1101
    18. Crusader Church of the Annunciation, 1106
    19. Khanqat Salahiyya, 1117
    20. Judah HaLevi’s Poetry, c. 1130
    21. Church of St. Anne, 1131
    22. Belvoir Crusader Fortress, c. 1140
    23. Crac des Chevaliers, 1142
    24. A Monk Investigates the Cave of Machpelah, 1150
    25. Commemorative Stone at Ashkelon, 1150
    26. Richard the Lionhearted, 1157–1199
    27. Maimonides Lands in Acre, 1165
    28. Benjamin of Tudela’s First Letter from Jerusalem, c. 1165
    29. Benjamin of Tudela’s Second Letter from Jerusalem, c. 1165
    30. Maimonides’ Letter about Jewish Captives, 1168
    31. Coin of Saladin al-Ayyubid, 1174-1193
    32. Margat Crusader Fortress, 1186
    33. Conversion of the Church of Ascension, 1187
    34. Head of Crusader Knight, 13th century
    35. Cafarlet Crusader Castle, 13th century
    36. Talmud, 13th century
    37. Letter of Reference Signed by Moses Maimonides
    38. Maimonides’ Tomb, 1205
    39. Genghis Khan, 1206–1227
    40. Syriac Gospel Lectionary, 1216-1220
    41. Chateau Pelerin, 1218
    42. Grave of Philip d’ Aubingni, 1236
    43. The Mamlukes Conquer Egypt, 1250
    44. Map of the Route to Jerusalem, c. 1250
    45. Rare Silver Half Drachma, 1251-1257
    46. Hulegu Enters Jerusalem, 1260
    47. The Battle of Ain Jalut, 1260
    48. Seal of Nahmanides, c. 1267
    49. Letter of Nahmanides from Jerusalem, 1267
    50. David Playing the Harp, c. 1278-1298
    51. Cairo Genizah
    52. Royal Crusader Seal
    53. Crusader Coin
    54. Crusader Relief
    55. Capital from Church of the Annunciation
    56. Crusader Capital
    57. Castellum Belveer
    58. Chapel of Helena
    59. Capital from Church of the Repose
    60. Crusader Reliquary Cross
    61. Cross from Church of Holy Sepulchre
    62. Destruction of the Me’ara Synagogue in Jerusalem
  3. Articles
    1. Excerpt from The Crusades, George W. Cox, 1886, Laffan, R.G.D (ed. and trans.), Select Documents of European History 800 – 1492, 1929.
    2. The Crusades and the Mongolian Devastation of the Middle East, Robert Drews, Vanderbilt University.
    3. Religion and Religiosity in Catholic Europe after the Crusades, Robert Drews, Vanderbilt University.
    4. The Rugged Beauty of Crusader Castles, Adrian Boas, BAR 32-01, Jan-Feb 2006.
    5. When Crusader Kings Ruled Jerusalem, Jack Meinhardt, Archaeology Odyssey 3-05, Sep-Oct 2000.
    6. Jerusalem in the Crusader Period, David Eisenstadt, Bar-Ilan University, 1997.
    7. A Smithy in a Crusader Church, Dan Bahat, BAR 6-02, Mar-Apr 1980.
    8. Eroticism and Infanticide at Ashkelon, Lawrence E. Stager, BAR 17-04, Jul-Aug 1991.
    9. Books in Brief- The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, John Wilkinson, BAR 22-02, Mar-Apr 1996.
    10. Lawrence of Arabia as Archaeologist, Stephen E. Tabachnick, BAR 23-05, Sep-Oct 1997.
    11. Queries and Comments- The Testimony of a Crusader, The Dismal Science, BAR 25-02, Mar-Apr 1999.
    12. ReViews- A Jewish Archive from Old Cairo, Lawrence H. Schiffman, BAR 27-03, May-Jun 2001.
  4. Maps
    1. The First Crusade 1096-1099
    2. The Near East, 1135
    3. The Campaign of Ain Jalut, 1260
  5. Websites
    1. Eyewitness to History- The Crusaders Capture Jerusalem, 1099
    2. Special Treasures from the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary
    3. The Crusades- Virtual Course by E. L. Skip Knox, Boise State University

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