Crusader States Timeline

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  • 1095 CE - 1102 CE
    The First Crusade is formed to recapture Jerusalem for Christendom. It is successful in its primary aim.
  • Mar 1098 CE
    Baldwin of Boulogne takes control of Edessa and the County of Edessa is formed, one of four Crusader-created states in the Levant.
  • 3 Jun 1098 CE
    The First Crusaders capture Antioch after an 8-month siege.
  • 15 Jul 1099 CE
    Jerusalem is captured during the First Crusade.
  • Sep 1099 CE
    The Crusader state, the Kingdom of Jerusalem is created.
  • 17 May 1101 CE
    Caesarea is captured by the Crusaders.
  • 26 May 1101 CE
    Acre is captured by the Crusaders.
  • c. 1119 CE
    Foundation of the military order the Knights Templar.
  • 1144 CE
    The Knights Hospitaller acquire the castle of Krak des Chevaliers in Syria.
  • 24 Dec 1144 CE
    The Muslim Seljuk Turks, led by Imad ad-Din Zangi, capture Edessa.
  • Sep 1146 CE
    Joscelin II's attempt to retake Edessa fails and the city is sacked by Nur al-Din
  • 1147 CE - 1149 CE
    The Second Crusade is launched to recapture Edessa for Christendom. It is not successful.
  • 25 Oct 1147 CE
    At Dorylaion a force of Muslim Seljuk Turks attacks an army led by Conrad III during the Second Crusade.
  • Jul 1149 CE
    A new Church of the Holy Sepulchre is completed in Jerusalem.
  • 29 Jun 1149 CE
    The Muslim Seljuk leader Nur al-Din captures Crusader-held Antioch.
  • 1150 CE
    End of the County of Edessa.
  • 1186 CE - 1192 CE
    Guy of Lusignan reigns as king of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
  • 3 Jul 1187 CE - 4 Jul 1187 CE
    Saldin defeats the Franks army at the battle of Hattin
  • 1189 CE - 1192 CE
    The Third Crusade is formed with the aim of recapturing Jerusalem for Christendom. Although some cities were recaptured, Jerusalem was not one of them.
  • Aug 1189 CE - Jul 1191 CE
    The siege of Acre during the Third Crusade.
  • 12 Jul 1191 CE
    Richard I captures Acre during the Third Crusade.
  • 1202 CE - 1204 CE
    The Fourth Crusade is formed to recapture Jerusalem for Christendom. Instead, the Crusaders attack Constantinople.
  • May 1203 CE
    A small force of Crusader knights arrives in the Middle East during the Fourth Crusade.
  • 17 Oct 1244 CE
    An army of the Ayyubid dynasty defeats a large Latin army at the battle of La Forbie (Harbiya) in Gaza.
  • 1247 CE
    Al-Salih, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, captures Ascalon from the Franks.
  • 8 Apr 1271 CE
    Al-Zahir Baibars, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, captures the Knights Hospitaller castle of Krak des Chevaliers.
  • 1291 CE
    With the fall of Acre, the Crusader States, including the Kingdom of Jerusalem, are absorbed into the Mamluk Sultanate.
  • 18 May 1291 CE
    Acre, the last Christian stronghold in the Middle East, falls to the Mamluks.

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1095 CE - 1102 CE: The First Crusade is formed to recapture Jerusalem for Christendom. It is successful in its primary aim.
 
 
1098 CE: Baldwin of Boulogne takes control of Edessa and the County of Edessa is formed, one of four Crusader-created states in the Levant.
 
 
1098 CE: The First Crusaders capture Antioch after an 8-month siege.
 
 
1099 CE: Jerusalem is captured during the First Crusade.
 
 
1099 CE: The Crusader state, the Kingdom of Jerusalem is created.
 
1101 CE: Caesarea is captured by the Crusaders.
 
1101 CE: Acre is captured by the Crusaders.
 
 
1119 CE: Foundation of the military order the Knights Templar.
 
 
1144 CE: The Knights Hospitaller acquire the castle of Krak des Chevaliers in Syria.
 
 
1144 CE: The Muslim Seljuk Turks, led by Imad ad-Din Zangi, capture Edessa.
 
 
1146 CE: Joscelin II's attempt to retake Edessa fails and the city is sacked by Nur al-Din
 
 
1147 CE - 1149 CE: The Second Crusade is launched to recapture Edessa for Christendom. It is not successful.
 
 
1147 CE: At Dorylaion a force of Muslim Seljuk Turks attacks an army led by Conrad III during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1149 CE: A new Church of the Holy Sepulchre is completed in Jerusalem.
 
 
1149 CE: The Muslim Seljuk leader Nur al-Din captures Crusader-held Antioch.
 
1150 CE: End of the County of Edessa.
 
 
1186 CE - 1192 CE: Guy of Lusignan reigns as king of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
 
 
1187 CE: Saldin defeats the Franks army at the battle of Hattin
 
 
1189 CE - 1192 CE: The Third Crusade is formed with the aim of recapturing Jerusalem for Christendom. Although some cities were recaptured, Jerusalem was not one of them.
 
 
1189 CE - 1191 CE: The siege of Acre during the Third Crusade.
 
 
1191 CE: Richard I captures Acre during the Third Crusade.
 
 
1202 CE - 1204 CE: The Fourth Crusade is formed to recapture Jerusalem for Christendom. Instead, the Crusaders attack Constantinople.
 
 
1203 CE: A small force of Crusader knights arrives in the Middle East during the Fourth Crusade.
 
 
1244 CE: An army of the Ayyubid dynasty defeats a large Latin army at the battle of La Forbie (Harbiya) in Gaza.
 
 
1247 CE: Al-Salih, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, captures Ascalon from the Franks.
 
 
1271 CE: Al-Zahir Baibars, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, captures the Knights Hospitaller castle of Krak des Chevaliers.
 
 
1291 CE: With the fall of Acre, the Crusader States, including the Kingdom of Jerusalem, are absorbed into the Mamluk Sultanate.
 
 
1291 CE: Acre, the last Christian stronghold in the Middle East, falls to the Mamluks.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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