Jerusalem \(After 1291\)

Jerusalem \(After 1291\)
Jerusalem \(After 1291\)
The Latin dominion over Jerusalem really came to an end on 2 October, 1187, when the city opened its gates to Saladin (Yusuf ibn Ayyub, Salah-ed-din, Emir of Egypt, 1169-93); although fragments of the Latin kingdom in Palestine lasted into another century

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