Contending Warriors of God

The most decisive conflicts in the Third Crusade (1189-1192) were fought between the armies of the sultan Salah ad-Din and king Richard I of England. Both men were determined to win and hold the holy city of Jerusalem for their contending faiths, but respected each other and were chivalrous in both victory and defeat. They exchanged gifts and emissaries, and the crusade ended in a truce. The saga has many interesting minor characters as well.
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The most decisive conflicts in the Third Crusade (1189-1192) were fought between the armies of the sultan Salah ad-Din and king Richard I of England. Both men were determined to win and hold the holy

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03 Jun

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