Christians of Armenian Edessa Surrender to Baldwin of Boulogne Hot

Christians of Armenian Edessa Surrender to Baldwin of Boulogne

Map of the Routes of the First Crusade
Source: Oxag

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Christian citizens of Edessa, a powerful Armenian kingdom that controls a region from the coastal plain of Cilicia all the way to the Euphrates, surrenders to Baldwin of Boulogne.

Possession of this region will provide a secure flank to the Crusaders.

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