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English: Capture of Jerusalem during the First Crusade, 1099. Unidentified late medieval (14th or 15th century?) illustration.
Deutsch: Mittelalterliches Gemälde der Belagerung Jerusalems durch die Kreuzfahrer 1099
Suomi: Jerusalemin valtaus 1099. Keskiaikaisen käsikirjoituksen kuvitusta.
Polski: Zdobycie Jerozolimy podczas I krucjaty (1099 r.)
Italiano: Conquista di Gerusalemme durante la Prima Crociata, nel 1099
Date unknown (late medieval), possibly from Sébastien Mamerot, Les Passages d'oultre mer (needs verification)
Source digital image uploaded in 2005 from (dead link)
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