Latin emperor of Constantinople Baldwin I
Baldwin I (July 1172 – c. 1205), the first emperor of the Latin Empire of Constantinople, as Baldwin IX Count of Flanders and as Baldwin VI Count of Hainaut, was one of the most prominent leaders of the catastrophic Fourth Crusade, which resulted in the sack of Constantinople and the conquest of large parts of the Byzantine Empire (then called the "Empire of Romània" by westerners), and the foundation of the Latin Empire, also known as Romània. He lost his final battle to Kaloyan, the emperor of Bulgaria, and spent his last days as his prisoner.

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Baldwin II of Courtenay (French: Baudouin II de Courtenay) (late 1217 – October 1273) was the last emperor of the Latin Empire of Constantinople. He was born ...
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Latin Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Latin Empire or Latin Empire of Constantinople (original Latin name: ... Count of Flanders, was crowned the first Latin emperor as Baldwin I on 16 May 1204.
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Empire; in April 1204 the Greeks were expelled from Constantinople and a. Latin Emnpire founded. Baldwin was chosen Emperor and on 26 May 1204 was.
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Baldwin I, Latin emperor of Constantinople - (bôl´dwĭn), 1171—1205, 1st Latin emperor of Constantinople (1204—5). The count of Flanders (as Baldwin IX), ...
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Baldwin II, 1217–73, last Latin emperor of Constantinople , brother and successor of Robert of Courtenay. He began his personal rule only.
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Baldwin I (Byzantine emperor) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Count of Flanders (as Baldwin IX) and of Hainaut (as Baldwin VI), a leader of the Fourth Crusade, who became the first Latin emperor of Constantinople (now ...
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The Latin Empire or Latin Empire of Constantinople (original Latin name: ... Count of Flanders, was crowned the first Latin emperor as Baldwin I on 16 May 1204. .... Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest, University of Michigan Press, ...
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He was born in Constantinople, a younger son of Yolanda of Flanders, sister of the first two ... Her husband, Peter of Courtenay, was third emperor of the Latin Empire (also known as ... Cambridge University Press; Wolff, Robert L. (1954).
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Baldwin II, Latin emperor of Constantinople - 1217—73, last Latin emperor of Constantinople (1228—61), brother and successor of Robert of Courtenay.
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Aug 15, 2013 ... The son of Yolande, sister of Baldwin I, the first Latin emperor of Consta ntinople, ... Publication: Stanford University Press, Stanford, California; ...
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Baldwin II of Constantinople 1217 1273 last Latin emperor of Constantinople present day stanbul 1228 1261 nephew of Baldwin I At the age of 11 he inherited the throne but was not crowne. ... Discover Anderson University · Read More ».
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The Routledge Companion to Medieval Warfare
The Routledge Companion to Medieval Warfare
Jim Bradbury, 2004
After the capture of Constantinople he was elected Latin Emperor. Baldwin besieged Adrianople in 1205 but was faced by a relief force under Kalojan the Bulgar. Baldwin was defeated, captured and killed—his arms and legs chopped off and ...
Knighthoods of Christ: Essays on the History of the Crusades ...
Knighthoods of Christ: Essays on the History of the Crusades ...
Norman Housley, 2007
Peter Noble1 The first two Latin emperors of Constantinople were Baldwin of Flanders, who reigned for less than a year, and his younger brother, Henry of Hainault, who after a short period as regent, reigned for ten years. Whereas Baldwin ...
The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of ...
The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of ...
George Long, 1835
the Propontis without meeting any opposition, and cast anchor at Chrysopolis opposite to Constantinople. The plan of attack being formed, Baldwin, who had with him the best archers and a numerous body of brave knights, was appointed to lead the van. Having ... The Latin conquerors appointed twelve electors, six Venetians and six crusaders, to choose a new emperor of the East. The crusaders ...
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The penny cyclopædia [ed. by G. Long].
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the Propontis without meeting any opposition, and cast anchor at Chrysopolis opposite to Constantinople. ... raged for several days, destroying some of the most populous quarters of the town, aggravated the hatred of the Greeks against the Latin intruders. ... Baldwin was, therefore, rather a titular than a real emperor, and all his abilities and good intentions, for which historians have generally given him ...
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First Latin Empire-Byzantine Empire War, (1204-22) | Weapons and Warfare
Posted on November 1, 2013 by Mitch Williamson.
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Baldwin I (Baldwin VI of Hainaut), 1st Latin Emperor of Constantinople, IX Count of Flanders b. Jul 1172 d. Abt 1205: Red1st
Baldwin I (Baldwin VI of Hainaut), 1st Latin Emperor of Constantinople, IX Count of Flanders b. Jul 1172 d. Abt 1205: Red1st
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Dynastology: [June 11] Henry, Latin Emperor at Constantinople
Parents: Baldwin V, count of Hainaut, and Margaret I, countess of Flanders Date of Birth: circa 1174 House: Hainaut Spouse: (1) Agnes, daughter of Boniface, marquess of Montferrat, and Helena del Bosco, then (2) Maria, daughter of Kaloyan of Bulgaria Predecessor: Baldwin I Reign: 1206 – 1216 Summary: Among the many tragedies of the Fourth Crusade to reclaim the Holy Land from the Muslims was the sacking of Constantinople by the Latin forces that sought to reclaim the east for Christendom. Henry was a willing participant in that sacking, first appearing in records in 1201 at the siege of Constantinople.
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Speculum Linguarum et Litterarum: A Short Extract on the History of the Latin Empire of Constantinople
All too frequently we always hear the Byzantine side of the story of the Latin Empire of Constantinople. Here I've translated from Old French an extract of a history by Baldwin of Avesnes on the Latin emperors as found in La Conquête de Constantinople pgs.
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Conquest Legitimised: The Making of a Byzantine Emperor in Crusader Constantinople 1204-1261 | Byzantine Blog
On 13th April 1204 Constantinople fell to the Crusaders of the Fourth Crusade. Five men had tried to rule over Constantinople over the previous twelve months; two were dead and three had fled. As the senior crusaders entered the city, its churches, and royal palaces they would have been confronted by images of Byzantine emperors everywhere…
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Tsarevets is a must visit place in Bulgaria.It is an ancient fortress built at the time of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom in Veliko Tarnovo town by the brothers Asen and Peter who declared independence from Byzantine Empire in XII century AC.
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13th Century Shock & Awe | Venetian Red Art Blog
By LIZ HAGER Unknown Artist, Deësis (Entreaty), mid 13th century Glass mosaic,Hagia Sofia, Istanbul (photo ©Liz Hager) Justinian consecrated his famous church in Constantinople (Istanbul) in 567. It was to stand as the largest church in Christendom for over 1000 years, until the completion of St. Peter's in Rome. In the mid-1970s, sitting in a darkened…
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The Knight of Jerusalem: A Latin Empire AAR
Deus Vult!!! http://i.imgur.com/nwm3Yeq.png Prologue: The Simple Knight The story of the Latin Empire is a story written in blood. The blood that soaked the ground at Hattin in 1187 is where we begin our tale, and where the history of the Empire began. With his enemies defeated, the great Sultan Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn was able to conquer most of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. With the fall of the Holy City, the stage was set for a Third Crusade, the glory of which is still remembered fondly by both
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