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The Siege of Jerusalem (7 June – 15 July 1099) was the climatic battle of the First Crusade resulting in the Crusaders taking the city of Jerusalem and founding the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

Battle

The army of Crusaders overran the city and captured it.[1]

Legacy

The events of the siege inspired French artist Émile Signol to paint an oil on canvas recreation of the last day of the siege in 1847.

By 2016, the Templar Grand Master and Abstergo Industries CEO Alan Rikkin had the painting hung in his office.[2][3]

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