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Jean de Terric, by he was 1184 Grand Commander of the Knights Templar and distinguished himself in combat at the battle of Hattin near Tiberias in 1187.

Jean de Terric, by he was 1184 Grand Commander of the Knights Templar and distinguished himself in combat at the battle of Hattin near Tiberias in

Battle of the Horns of Hattin in 1187

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mediumaevum: “Miniature of the Battle of Hattin Bibliothèque Nationale FR. Sebastian Mamerot, Les Passages fait Outremer, vers 1490 ***Virtually the entire Kingdom of Jerusalem passed.

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I prefer very much the idealism of the age of crusades, so here is one pic of the III Crusade, by Aleksandr Yezhov:

Guy de Lusignan was King of Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem. His overconfident Crusader forces, became trapped in a waterless desert area, and thus became easy prey for the Ayyubid forces of Sultan Salah-ud-din al-Ayyubi in The Battle of Hattin in 1187.  As a direct result of the battle, Islamic forces re-conquered Jerusalem and several other Crusader-held cities.These Christian defeats prompted the Third Crusade, which began two years after the Battle of Hattin.

Guy de Lusignan was King of Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem.

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