Chronicles of the Crusades - Part 2, Chapter 11: The King in Acre through Chapter 15, Expedition to Jaffa Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 11: The King in Acre through Chapter 15, Expedition to Jaffa Summary and Analysis

The king is now back on his ship, but ill. Joinville, too, is still very ill. He complains to the king that he is owed money by his employer, and the king graciously reimburses him. Joinville gives most of the money to the church for safe keeping, but when he returns for it, he is told they do not have his money. Eventually, the money is returned to Joinville. He finds quarters near the church, and is again struck with illness.

Soon after his recovery, the king receives word that France needs him to return, out of fear of attack by England. The barons tell him to return home, but Joinville advises him to stay. A month later, the king gathers...

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