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In book: The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the Crusades, p. 21-135. Cite this publication. In 1098, three years into the First Crusade and after a brutal eight-month siege, the Franks captured the city of Antioch. Two days later, Muslim forces arrived with a relief army, and the victors became the besieged.
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In the Book of Ezekiel in the Hebrew Bible, New Jerusalem (. יְהוָה שָׁמָּה, YHWH-shammah, or YHWH there") is Ezekiel's prophetic vision of a city centered on the rebuilt Holy Temple, the Third Temple.
One of the theological problems in relation to the doctrine of the .
One of the theological problems in relation to the doctrine of the millennium is the Scriptural teaching concerning the heavenly Jerusalem. Bound up in the problem also is the question of the relation of resurrected saints to the inhabitants of the millennial kingdom who are still in their natural bodies. The inhabitants of the heavenly city are itemized as an innumerable company of angels, the church, God, Jesus the Mediator, and the spirits of just men made perfect, the latter designation seemingly referring to all Old Testament saints. contemporary with the eternal state.
Bianca Kühnel, From the earthly to the heavenly Jerusalem : representations of the holy city in. .Art and Architecture of Late Medieval Pilgrimage in Northern Europe and the British Isles (Leiden and Boston: 2005). Module code HOA00056I.
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The reaction to the fall of crusader Jerusalem in 1187 is the subject of the final chapter
The reaction to the fall of crusader Jerusalem in 1187 is the subject of the final chapter. Based on a detailed examination of the source materials, from poetry and song to chronicles and charters, this book paints a clear picture of the place of the Earthly and the Heavenly Jerusalem in Latin Christendom.
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