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  1. Crusader states - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · William was the cousin of both Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa and Louis VII of France. In 1177, William died, leaving Sibylla pregnant, Jerusalem vulnerable and the succession unresolved. In 1177, William died, leaving Sibylla pregnant, Jerusalem vulnerable and the succession unresolved.

  2. Teutonic Knights Were Warriors, Diplomats, Traders ...

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    1 day ago · Although led by the cream of Europe's nobility, the project was beset with problems, none bigger than the accidental death en route of Frederick I Barbarossa (King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, r. 1152-1190 CE).

  3. Robert II of Capua - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Robert II (died 1156) was the count of Aversa and the prince of Capua from 1127 until his death .. He was the only son and successor of Jordan II of Capua. According to the Lombard chronicler Falco of Benevento, he was "of delicate constitution, he could endure neither labour nor hardship."

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