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The First Crusade (1096-1099) and the Crusaders’ offensive against Seljuk Turks in Anatolia and Syria favored David’s successful campaigns in Georgia.
The Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem was founded as a result of the First Crusade, in 1099.
The first crusade was from 1096–99 and the second one was from 1147-49.
which occurred between 1095 and 1099
However, its primary use to historians is perhaps as a source for the Byzantine perspective on the First Crusade, which occurred between 1095 and 1099, in the middle of Alexios’s reign.
Since the first Crusade
Since the first Crusade the first Crusade has been estimated that nearly 4 million people have attended in stadiums, amphitheaters, and like venues.
At that time
At that time , the time of the first crusade, the village counted only 8 hearths, around 40 inhabitants .
On Tisha B'Av in 1095 CE
On Tisha B'Av in 1095 CE, the First Crusade was declared by Pope Urban II, with 10,000 Jews killed in the first month of the Crusade.
in the last decade of the 11th century
The European invasion known as The First Crusade occurred in the last decade of the 11th century.
in November 1095
The First Crusade was proclaimed in November 1095 by Pope Urban II.
on July 20, 1095 (in the Jewish Calendar Av 9, 4855)
We find, sadly, the Gemara’s assertion to be historically accurate: The First Crusade was declared by Pope Urban II on July 20, 1095 (in the Jewish Calendar Av 9, 4855), killing 10,000 Jews in the Jewish Calendar Av's first month and destroying Jewish communities in France and the Rhineland.