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Français : Arrivée des croisés à Constantinople. Bataille entre Français et Turcs en 1147 et 1148 Grandes Chroniques de France, enluminées par Jean Fouquet, Tours, vers 1455-1460 Paris, BnF, département des Manuscrits, Français 6465, fol. 202 (Livre de Louis VII Le Jeune) Arrivée des croisés à Constantinople : Louis VII le Jeune et Conrad, empereur d'Allemagne, entrent dans la ville, suivis d'un important cortège de seigneurs et de chevaliers. Bataille entre Français et Turcs en 1147 et 1148 (en arrière-plan à gauche) : Pendant la seconde croisade en 1147 et 1148, les Turcs combattent les hommes de Louis VII le Jeune. Cette bataille se réfère peut-être à la défaite française de novembre 1147.
Date vers 1455

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