Crusader coins of the Kingdom of Jerusalem - Bezant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Crusader coins of the Kingdom of Jerusalem - Bezant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The kingdom of Jerusalem and the other Crusader states in the context of the Near East in 1135.

The kingdom of Jerusalem and the other Crusader states in the context of the Near East in 1135.

The Kingdom of Jerusalem (now in Israel, Palestine and Jordan) never formed part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. The Emperors, however, put a claim on the Kingdom, which existed during the crusades. The claim was based on a long range of successions. The Kingdom was first claimed by the Kings of Antiochia (now in Syria). In 1277 Maria of Antiochia granted the claim to King Charles II of Sicily from the Anjou dynasty.

The Kingdom of Jerusalem (now in Israel, Palestine and Jordan) never formed part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. The Emperors, however, put a claim on the Kingdom, which existed during the crusades. The claim was based on a long range of successions. The Kingdom was first claimed by the Kings of Antiochia (now in Syria). In 1277 Maria of Antiochia granted the claim to King Charles II of Sicily from the Anjou dynasty.

Sixteenth-century bronze statue of Godfrey of Bouillon from the group of heroes surrounding the memorial to Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor in the Hofkirche, Innsbruck.

Sixteenth-century bronze statue of Godfrey of Bouillon from the group of heroes surrounding the memorial to Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor in the Hofkirche, Innsbruck.

Kingdom of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

Kingdom of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

Kingdom of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

Kingdom of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

925 Sterling Silver Jerusalem Crusaders Cross Pendant Necklace (24 Inches). This cross was on the papal banner given to the leader of the First Crusade, Godfrey of Bouillon, by Pope Urban II, and became a symbol of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. The large Greek cross is surrounded by four smaller crosses, representing the four books of the Gospel, and also the four directions that the Word of Christ spread from Jerusalem. Approximate length: 1" (25mm).

925 Sterling Silver Jerusalem Crusaders Cross Pendant Necklace (24 Inches). This cross was on the papal banner given to the leader of the First Crusade, Godfrey of Bouillon, by Pope Urban II, and became a symbol of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. The large Greek cross is surrounded by four smaller crosses, representing the four books of the Gospel, and also the four directions that the Word of Christ spread from Jerusalem. Approximate length: 1" (25mm).

Wappen der Königreich von Jerusalem - mit Jerusalemkreutz / Coat of Arms of The Kingdom of Jerusalem with Jerusalem's Cross / Armas del Reino de Jerusalén con la Cruz de Jerusalén

Wappen der Königreich von Jerusalem - mit Jerusalemkreutz / Coat of Arms of The Kingdom of Jerusalem with Jerusalem's Cross / Armas del Reino de Jerusalén con la Cruz de Jerusalén

Kingdom of Jerusalem - Arms and Armour. The kingdom was ethnically, religiously, and linguistically diverse, although the crusaders themselves and their descendants were an elite Catholic minority. They imported many customs and institutions from their homelands in Western Europe, and there were close familial and political connections with the West throughout the kingdom's existence.

Kingdom of Jerusalem - Arms and Armour. The kingdom was ethnically, religiously, and linguistically diverse, although the crusaders themselves and their descendants were an elite Catholic minority. They imported many customs and institutions from their homelands in Western Europe, and there were close familial and political connections with the West throughout the kingdom's existence.

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