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Description A map showing the movements of Christian armies in Anatolia during the Crusade of 1101. This map uses Image:Anatolia 1097.svg as a base map. The star at Ancyra indicates that the city was taken by the Crusaders. A circle around a city, as at Konya and Gangra, indicates that the city was placed under siege but was not taken.
Date 27 February 2008
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Author MapMaster

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  • Hammond World Atlas Corporation (2007) Historical World Atlas, ISBN 9-780843-71391-6
  • Fisher, Sydney Nettleton (2000) The Foreign Relations of Turkey 1481-1512, Electronic Journal of Oriental Studies
  • Runciman, Steven, A History of the Crusades, vol. 2: The Kingdom of Jerusalem and the Frankish East, 1100-1187, Cambridge University Press, 1951.


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