Second Crusade Timeline

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  • 1143 CE - 1180 CE
  • 1 Dec 1145 CE
    Pope Eugenius III calls for the Second Crusade.
  • 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.
  • 1147 CE - 1148 CE
    Campaigns against pagans in the Baltic are led by Germanic and Danish nobles during the Second Crusade.
  • Jun 1147 CE - Oct 1147 CE
    The siege of Lisbon during the Second Crusade.
  • Jun 1147 CE - Sep 1147 CE
    Dobin and Malchow in northeast Germany are captured during the Second Crusade.
  • Sep 1147 CE - Oct 1147 CE
    The armies of the Second Crusade arrive in Constantinople.
  • 17 Oct 1147 CE
    Almeria in northern Spain is captured from the Moors during the Second Crusade.
  • 21 Oct 1147 CE
    The capture of Lisbon by the Second Crusaders.
  • 25 Oct 1147 CE
    At Dorylaion a force of Muslim Seljuk Turks attacks an army led by Conrad III during the Second Crusade.
  • Dec 1147 CE
    An army led by Louis VII defeats a Seljuk army in Asia Minor during the Second Crusade.
  • 7 Jan 1148 CE
    An army led by Louis VII is defeated by the Seljuks as it crosses the Cadmus Mountains during the Second Crusade.
  • 24 Jul 1148 CE - 28 Jul 1148 CE
    The unsuccessful siege of Damascus during the Second Crusade.
  • Sep 1148 CE
    Conrad III, one of the leaders of the Second Crusade, returns to Europe.
  • 30 Dec 1148 CE
    Tortosa in eastern Spain is captured from the Moors during the Second Crusade.

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1143 CE - 1180 CE: Reign of Byzantine emperor Manuel I Komnenos.
 
 
1145 CE: Pope Eugenius III calls for the Second Crusade.
 
 
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 - 1148 CE: Campaigns against pagans in the Baltic are led by Germanic and Danish nobles during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1147 CE: The siege of Lisbon during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1147 CE: Dobin and Malchow in northeast Germany are captured during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1147 CE: The armies of the Second Crusade arrive in Constantinople.
 
 
1147 CE: Almeria in northern Spain is captured from the Moors during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1147 CE: The capture of Lisbon by the Second Crusaders.
 
 
1147 CE: At Dorylaion a force of Muslim Seljuk Turks attacks an army led by Conrad III during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1147 CE: An army led by Louis VII defeats a Seljuk army in Asia Minor during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1148 CE: An army led by Louis VII is defeated by the Seljuks as it crosses the Cadmus Mountains during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1148 CE: The unsuccessful siege of Damascus during the Second Crusade.
 
 
1148 CE: Conrad III, one of the leaders of the Second Crusade, returns to Europe.
 
 
1148 CE: Tortosa in eastern Spain is captured from the Moors during the Second Crusade.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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