First Crusade Maps

First Crusade Fast Facts

  • First Crusades Called by Pope Urban II – 1095.
  • Start of the First Crusades – 1096.
  • Result – Christian Crusader Victory
  • Jerusalem Captured – 1099
  • Godfrey De Bouillon – made First ‘King of Jerusalem’.
  • End of the First Crusade – 1099.

Maps of the First Crusade – Click on Maps to Expand!

FIRST CRUSADES MAP 1

This map shows the Leaders of the five main Groups that led the First Crusade armies.

It also shows the routes they took from their different starting points throughout Europe on their way to Jerusalem


FIRST CRUSADES MAP 2

This map shows more detail of the journey taken by the crusader armies in the First Crusades and ends in Jerusalem.

It also shows the leaders who took part in the first crusade.

FIRST CRUSADES MAP 2


FIRST CRUSADES MAP 3

This map shows the Holy lands after the Crusaders victory – it shows how the Holy Lands were divided up after the Christian Crusaders victory.

It also shows the New Kingdom of Jerusalem that was created and the new county of Edessa for example.

FIRST CRUSADES MAP 3

 

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