Where to find a list of participants in The Crusades?

What countries participated in the 3rd crusade?

Originating in the Angevin dominions of England, Normandy, and Aquitaine, they fought alongside contingents from the Holy Roman empire, the kingdom of France, Denmark, and Italy.

Who are the most famous crusaders?

The First Crusade was led by Raymond of Saint-Gilles, Godrey of Bouillon, Hugh of Vermandois, Bohemond of Otranto, and Robert of Flanders, and the People’s Crusade followed Peter the Hermit. The Second Crusade was headed by King Louis VII of France and Emperor Conrad III of Germany.

Who led the 4th crusade?

Pope Innocent III

The Fourth Crusade (1202–1204) was a Latin Christian armed expedition called by Pope Innocent III. The stated intent of the expedition was to recapture the Muslim-controlled city of Jerusalem, by first defeating the powerful Egyptian Ayyubid Sultanate, the strongest Muslim state of the time.

Who was the last Crusader?

It was an extension of the Eighth Crusade and was the last of the Crusades to reach the Holy Land before the fall of Acre in 1291 brought an end to the permanent crusader presence there.
Lord Edward’s crusade.

Date 1271–1272
Location Near East

Who was the most successful crusader?

The Barons’ Crusade

The Barons’ Crusade (1239–1241), also called the Crusade of 1239, was a crusade to the Holy Land that, in territorial terms, was the most successful crusade since the First Crusade.

Who led the Fifth Crusade?

The first contingents of the Fifth Crusade, led by King Andrew of Hungary, reached Acre in the fall of 1217.

Who won the Sixth Crusade?

the Crusaders

Sixth Crusade
Date 1227–1229 Location Near East Result Diplomatic Crusader victory Jerusalem given back to the Crusaders Territorial changes Jerusalem, Nazareth, Sidon, Jaffa and Bethlehem relinquished to Crusaders.
Belligerents
Holy Roman Empire Teutonic Knights Kingdom of Sicily Ayyubids of Egypt Ayyubids of Damascus