Chronicles of the Crusades - Chapter 13, Election of an Emperor through Chapter 17, A Regency Established Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Election of an Emperor through Chapter 17, A Regency Established Summary and Analysis

The Marquis de Montferrat calls for all members of the army to bring the spoils they have won to him so they can be redistributed evenly, but some men do not do so. The troops decide that an emperor must be elected, and choose Comte Baudouin de Flandre et de Hainaut. His coronation is in 1204. Marquis de Montferrat marries the previous wife of Issac, so Baudouin gives him the land of Salonika.

Murzuphlus is four days from Constantinople. He takes many cities along the way, and Baudouin decides to stop his attack. Murzuphlus hears of the oncoming army, and presses forward. Murzuphlus calls on previous emperor Alexius for aid, and Alexius promises help, but when Alexius invites him to the palace, he tears...

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