Illustration from

Histoire d'Outremer

par Guillaume de Tyr
traduction franšaise avec continuation jusqu'en 1249

[By William of Tyre - French translation with continuation until 1249]

Saint-Jean-d'Acre, Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1280

M.E. Saltykov-Shchredin State Public Library, Ms. Fr. fol.v.IV.5, St Petersburg, Russia

John II Comnenus besieging Caesarea Antioch (Shaizar) (1138)

Raymond of Poitiers Count of Antioch and Josselin II Count of Edessa playing chess

Source: p24, Acre 1291: Bloody Sunset of the Crusader States by David Nicolle

A drawing of Mamluk Cavalry from Armies and Enemies of the Crusades 1096-1291 by Ian Heath, based on the Histoire d'Outremer.

A man-powered stone-throwing mangonel from the same manuscript