Godefroy de Bouillon


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Godefroy de Bouillon

(French ɡɔdfrwa də bujɔ̃)
n
(Biography) ?1060–1100, French leader of the First Crusade (1096–99), becoming first ruler of the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem
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The latter work, Relief the Adoption de Godefroy de Bouillon par Alexis Comnene, 2016, echoes the 1842 painting of the storied crusader by Alexandre Jean Baptiste Hesse--only with the otherworldly intervention of a cane-wielding mystical creature, whose presence questions the reliability of how history is handed down.
She then moves on to the sudden appearance of "Godefroy de Bouillon's crusaders" in 1099, without noticing the crucial detail that Jerusalem had first been captured by Islamic invaders in 638 (79).
familiar with the plot, follows: Godefroy de Bouillon, General of the