Bohemond I


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Bohemond I

(ˈbəʊəmənd)
n
(Biography) ?1056–?1111, prince of Antioch (1099–1111); a leader of the first crusade, he helped to capture Antioch (1098)
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Thomas a Becket, Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, the emperor Elagabalus, Edward the Confessor, Alfred the Great, the aforementioned Demetrius Poliorcetes, and Bohemond I of Antioch.
Count Bohemond uses the same historical background for a quite different story, centered on the character and deeds of Bohemond I.
239: 'The legend of Bohemond is on the march, and will grow.