Death of King of Jerusalem Baldwin I, Founder of Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem

Death of King of Jerusalem Baldwin I, Founder of Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem

Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem in 1135
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Baldwin I, King of Jerusalem, dies. Baldwin Le Bourg is named his successor, King Baldwin II. Baldwin I had been the real founder of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem and the real force behind its expansion.

Baldwin the second is his cousin and the choice of the various barons.

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