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Tables of Contents for The First Crusade
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
xi
2
Abbreviations
xiii
 
Introduction
1
24
I. Pope Urban II at the Council of Clermont, November 27, 1095
25
22
1. The Speech of Urban: The Gesta Version
25
1
2. The Speech of Urban: The Version of Robert of Rheims
26
3
3. The Speech of Urban: The Version of Baldric of Dol
29
4
4. The Speech of Urban: The Version of Guibert of Nogent
33
4
5. The Privilege of Urban to the Pilgrims
37
1
6. The Truce of God Proclaimed in the Diocese of Cologne
38
3
7. The Truce of God Proclaimed at the Council of Clermont
41
1
8. Urban's Letter to the Faithful in Flanders
42
1
9. Urban in Anjou, Lent, 1096: The Chronicle of Fulk le Rechin
42
2
10. Urban's Letter to His Supporters in Bologna
44
1
11. Urban's Letter to the Monks of Vallombrosa
44
1
12. Urban's Letter to the Counts of Besalu, Empurias, Rousillon, and Cerdana and Their Followers
45
2
II. The Chronicle of Fulcher of Chartres, Book I (1095-1100)
47
55
Martha E. McGinty
III. Peter the Hermit and the "Crusade of the People" (March-October, 1096)
102
50
1. Peter the Hermit: The Version of Guibert of Nogent
103
1
2. Peter the Hermit: The Version of Albert of Aachen
103
4
3. Peter the Hermit: The Version of William of Tyre
107
2
4. The Slaughter of the Jews: The Version of Albert of Aachen
109
3
5. The Slaughter of the Jews: The Version of Ekkehard of Aura
112
1
6. Gezerot Tatnu 4856: The Version of the Anonymous of Mainz
112
13
7. Gezerot Tatnu 4856: The Version of Solomon ben Simson
125
14
8. Folcmar and Gottschalk in Hungary: The Version of Albert of Aachen
139
1
9. Folcmar and Gottschalk in Hungary: The Version of Ekkehard of Aura
140
1
10. The Crusaders in Hungary: The Version of Solomon ben Simson
140
3
11. The End of the "Crusade of the People":The Version of Anna Comnena
143
1
12. The End of the "Crusade of the People": The Gesta Version
144
2
13. The End of the "Crusade of the People": The Version of Albert of Aachen
146
4
14. The Byzantines Save Peter the Hermit: The Version of Anna Comnena
150
2
IV. The Journey to Constantinople (August, 1096-May, 1097)
152
7
1. The Gesta Version
152
1
2. The Deserters: The Version of Albert of Aachen
153
1
3. Bohemund: The Gesta Version
153
3
4. Raymond of Toulouse and Ademar of Le Puy: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
156
3
V. The Crusaders at Constantinople (October, 1096-May, 1097)
159
21
1. Hugh of Vermandois: The Version of Anna Comnena
159
2
2. Godfrey of Bouillon: The Gesta Version
161
1
3. Godfrey of Bouillon: The Version of Albert of Aachen
162
6
4. Godfrey of Bouillon: The Version of Anna Comnena
168
3
5. The Byzantines: The Version of Peter Tudebode
171
2
6. Bohemund: The Gesta Version
173
1
7. Bohemund: The Version of Anna Comnena
174
3
8. Raymond of Toulouse and Ademar of Le Puy: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
177
1
9. Raymond of Toulouse: The Gesta Version
178
1
10. Raymond of Toulouse: The Version of Anna Comnena
179
1
VI. The Siege and Capture of Nicaea (May-June, 1097)
180
7
1. The Gesta Version
180
2
2. The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
182
2
3. The Version of Anna Comnena
184
1
4. The Letter of Emperor Alexius I to the Abbot of Monte Cassino
185
2
VII. The Siege and Capture of Antioch, Kerbogha's Attack, and the Discovery of the Holy Lance (October, 1097-July, 1098)
187
51
1. Nicaea to Antioch: The Version of Peter Tudebode
188
1
2. The Gesta Version
189
2
3. The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
191
2
4. The Suffering of the Crusaders: The Gesta Version
193
3
5. The Suffering of the Crusaders: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
196
3
6. The Suffering of the Crusaders: The Version of Peter Tudebode
199
3
7. The Fall of Antioch: The Gesta Version
202
3
8. The Fall of Antioch: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
205
1
9. Kerbogha's Attack: The Gesta Version
206
5
10. Kerbogha's Attack: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
211
2
11. The Discovery of the Holy Lance: The Gesta Version
213
2
12. The Discovery of the Holy Lance: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
215
6
13. The Defeat of Kerbogha: The Gesta Version
221
3
14. The Defeat of Kerbogha: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
224
4
15. The Firanj Seize Antioch: The Version of Ibn al-Athir
228
3
16. The Firanj Seize Antioch: The Version of Ibn al-Qalanisi
231
2
17. Kerbogha's Attack: The Version of Ibn al-Athir
233
2
18. Kerbogha's Attack: The Version of Ibn al-Qalanisi
235
1
19. The Firanj Take Ma'arrat an-Nu`man: The Version of Ibn al-Athir
235
1
20. The Firanj Take Ma'arrat an-Nu`man: The Version of Ibn al-Qalanisi
236
2
VIII. The Siege and Capture of Jerusalem (June-July, 1099)
238
45
1. The March to Jerusalem: The Gesta Version
238
1
2. The March to Jerusalem: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
239
6
3. The Fall of Jerusalem: The Version of Peter Tudebode
245
4
4. The Fall of Jerusalem: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
249
6
5. The Fall of Jerusalem: The Gesta Version
255
1
6. The Frankish Triumph: The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
256
5
7. "The Vision of Peace": The Gesta Version
261
1
8. "The Vision of Peace": The Version of Raymond d'Aguilers
261
2
9. "May God Restore It Forever": The Geniza Letters
263
9
10. The Firanj Conquer Jerusalem: The Version of Ibn al-Athir
272
2
11. The Firanj Conquer Jerusalem: The Version of Ibn al-Qalanisi
274
1
12. Ascalon and Its Aftermath: The Version of Ibn al-Qalanisi
275
2
13. Ascalon and Its Aftermath: The Version of Peter Tudebode
277
4
14. The Latins in the Levant: From the Chronicle of Fulcher of Chartres, Book III
281
2
IX. Letters of the Crusaders
283
15
1. The Patriarch of Jerusalem to the Church in the West (Antioch, January 1098)
283
1
2. Anselm of Ribemont to Manasses II, Archbishop of Rheims (Antioch, February 10, 1098)
284
3
3. Stephen, Count of Blois and Chartres, to His Wife, Adele (Antioch, March 29, 1098)
287
2
4. Anselm of Ribemont to Manasses II, Archbishop of Rheims (Antioch, July 1098)
289
2
5. The People of Lucca on Crusade to All Faithful Christians (Antioch, October 1098)
291
1
6. Godfrey of Bouillon, Raymond of St. Gilles, and Daimbert to Pope Paschal II (Laodicea, September 1099)
292
4
7. Manasses II, Archbishop of Rheims, to Lambert, Bishop of Arras (1099)
296
1
8. Pope Paschal II to the Clergy in Gaul (1099)
297
1
X. Three Problematic Texts
298
11
1. The "Encyclical" of "Sergius IV"
298
4
Thomas G. Waldman
2. La Chanson d'Antioche
302
5
3. Nomen a solemnibus
307
2
Bibliographical Essay
309