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between 1096 and 1099

The first crusade took place between 1096 and 1099 and resulted in the capture of Jerusalem.

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.

till 1095

The first Crusade wasnt till 1095 and they captured Jerusalem in 1099.

held in 1095

The council of Clermont held in 1095 triggered the first crusade.


On this day in 1095

On this day in 1095, Pope Urban II began the first Crusade.

The year 1096

The year 1096 was the start of the first crusade.


around 1095

The first Crusade began around 1095 supposedly in response to a plea for help by the remnant of the Byzantine Empire.


On November 27, 1095

On November 27, 1095, Pope Urban II launched the First Crusade.


on August 15, 1096,

The First Crusade officially commenced on August 15, 1096, killing 10,000 Jews in August's first month and destroying Jewish communities in France and the Rhineland.


in the spring of 1096 in German towns

Pope Urban II’s speech in November 1095, launching the armed pilgrimage to Jerusalem that became known as the First Crusade, provoked anti-Jewish riots in the spring of 1096 in German towns.