Chronicles of the Crusades - Part 2, Chapter 8: Victory and its Aftermath through Chapter 10, Negotiations with the Saracens Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 8: Victory and its Aftermath through Chapter 10, Negotiations with the Saracens Summary and Analysis

The army is resting when the Turks again attack, this time in full force. While Joinville drives them from camp, they note several in the distance behind rocks. One priest goes out to attack them, and the others follow. Spies in the camp of the Saracen report the leader is stating the king is dead and planning an attack. The king sets up his battalions, and the leader of the Turks, in turn, strengthens his own. They then attack, and the king's brother is the first in danger. The king responds by driving himself and his army into the area to save him, and after a long battle, the army manages to push the Turks back. The Turks block...

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