William, archbishop of Tyre. A history of deeds done beyond the sea. Vol. I (1943)
William, archbishop of Tyre. A history of deeds done beyond the sea. In two volumes. Vol. I. Translated and annotated by Emily Atwater Babcock and A. C. Krey; Editor: Austin P. Evans; Records of Civilization Sources and Studies: . New York: Columbia University Press, 1943, XII+556 p.
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Table of Contents Frontmatter Volume One INTRODUCTION (page 3) PROLOGUE (page 53) BOOK I. Christianity Aroused for the Relief of Jerusalem: Peter the Hermit and Other Bands Begin the March (page 60) BOOK II. The Armies of the First Crusade Proceed to Constantinople (page 116) BOOK III. Capture of Nicaea and the March through Asia Minor (page 152) BOOK IV. Crusaders Overrun Northern Syria and Begin Siege of Antioch (page 187) BOOK V. Siege and Capture of Antioch (page 225) BOOK VI. Crusaders Besieged; A Miraculous Victory (page 261) BOOK VII. Dissension among the Crusaders; They March on Jerusalem (page 298) BOOK VIII. End of the Pilgrimage: Jerusalem Captured (page 339) BOOK IX. Godfrey, Defender of the Holy Sepulchre: Precarious Tenure of Jerusalem and Antioch (page 379) BOOK X. King Baldwin I: Expansion of the Kingdom (page 415) BOOK XI. End of the Reign of Baldwin I: Further Conquests by Jerusalem and Antioch (page 460) BOOK XII. Baldwin II: Troubles in Northern Syria (page 517)