This category lists sites of primary sources for the war and weapons of the crusades within the Middle Ages.
Anna Komnena - The Alexiad
Full text translation of Book XI where the First Crusade is recounted from the point of view of the rulers of the Byzantine Empire.
Aymeric, Patriarch of Antioch - Letter to Louis VII of France
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project, Hanover College.
Conrad III - First Letter to Wibald, Abbot of Corvey
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project, Hanover College.
Conrad III - Second Letter to Wibald, Abbot of Corvey
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project, Hanover College.
Daimbert, Godfrey and Raymond: Letter To the Pope
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project; Hanover College.
Frederic II: Letter to Henry III of England
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project; Hanover College.
Frederick I - Letter to Leopold of Austria
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project, Hanover College.
Gerold, Patriarch of Jerusalem: Letter to all the Faithful
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project; Hanover College.
Guy, A Knight:
A letter written in 1249 by a French knight serving in the Sixth Crusade.
Letter from the East to Master of Hospitalers
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project, Hanover College.
Medieval Sourcebook: Summons to A Crusade
Translation of Pope Eugene's call for the Second Crusade, of Dec 1, 1154.
Medieval Sourcebook: William of Tyre: Deeds Done Beyond the Sea
Excerpts from William's history, written towards the end of the twelfth century.
Stephen, Count of Blois and Chartres: Letter to his wife, Adele
Original text courtesy of the Hanover Historical Texts Project; Hanover College.
Urban II - Speech at Council of Clermont
Includes five versions of the speech as written down by witnesses.
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