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He traces the influence of Trojan historiography on specific poems that comprise the genre of alliterative romance: Destruction of Troy, The Siege of Jerusalem, Morte Arthure, and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
In addition to what we already know about the events during the siege of Jerusalem and other Palestinian cities, the biography of Salahuddin, written by both Arabs and non-Arabs, contains numerous accounts and stories, all of which stress his religious tolerance and confirm relationships of mutual respect he developed with princes and the Crusaders, especially Richard the Lionheart.
Like his contemporaries, the ancient writer was convinced that sin was the source of every political pitfall, of the siege of Jerusalem and the subsequent exile.
A few years earlier, the romance entitled The Siege of Jerusalem began to circulate in England, dramatizing the events of the first-century siege, and embellishing these happenings with chivalric trappings.
siege of Jerusalem and Holocaust Memorial Day in Israel.
Or take another film, namely "Kingdom of Heaven," a 2005 account of the siege of Jerusalem, also during the period of the Crusades.
Additionally, in "Kingdom of Heaven", a 2005 film about the siege of Jerusalem during the Crusades, Syrian actor Ghassan Massoud plays the role of Saladin.
Chapter 3 focuses on The Siege of Jerusalem, a fourteenth-century alliterative poem that has recently been the subject of increasing critical attention after years of neglect.