دورولائوم دؤیوشو (۱۰۹۷)

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Battle of Dorylaeum
the بیرینجی صلیب یوروشو نین بیر بخشی
Dorylee2.jpg
The Battle of Dorylaeum
تاریخ July 1, 1097
یئر Dorylaeum
نتیجه صلیب یۆروشلریr victory
طرفلر
صلیب یۆروشلریrs روم سولطانلیغی
باشچیلار
Bohemond of Taranto
Robert II of Normandy
قادفری بوین
Adhemar of Le Puy
بیرینجی قلج ارسلان
Danishmend Gazi
گۆجلر
Bohemond (vanguard):
~20,000[۱]
Main force:
~ 30,000[۱] (not all engaged)
~6,000-8,000 mounted archers[۱][۲]
تلفات
~ 4,000[۳] ~ 3,000[۳]
*Perhaps 2,000 knights and 8,000 men at arms, no more than 3,000 knights and 12,000-foot.
Battle of Dorylaeum
the بیرینجی صلیب یوروشو نین بیر بخشی
Dorylee2.jpg
The Battle of Dorylaeum
تاریخ July 1, 1097
یئر Dorylaeum
نتیجه صلیب یۆروشلریr victory
طرفلر
صلیب یۆروشلریrs روم سولطانلیغی
باشچیلار
Bohemond of Taranto
Robert II of Normandy
قادفری بوین
Adhemar of Le Puy
بیرینجی قلج ارسلان
Danishmend Gazi
گۆجلر
Bohemond (vanguard):
~20,000[۱]
Main force:
~ 30,000[۱] (not all engaged)
~6,000-8,000 mounted archers[۱][۲]
تلفات
~ 4,000[۳] ~ 3,000[۳]
*Perhaps 2,000 knights and 8,000 men at arms, no more than 3,000 knights and 12,000-foot.

گؤرونتولر[دَییشدیر]

  1. ۱٫۰ ۱٫۱ ۱٫۲ ۱٫۳ ۱٫۴ ۱٫۵ John France, The Crusades And The Expansion Of Catholic Christendom, 1000–1714, p. 71 "[...]The result was a gap of about 5 kilometres between the vanguard, consisting of the armies of Bohemond, Robert of Normandy and Stephen of Blois about 20,000 strong, and the main force of about 30,000. They were aware of that Kilij Arslan was about: he had returned to the fray after the defeat of Nicaea, with an army of 6,000-7,000 mounted man, including his new allies, the Danishmend Turks."
  2. ۲٫۰ ۲٫۱ Bennett, The Hutchinson Dictionary of Ancient & Medieval Warfare, p. 103 "Following their successful siege of Nicaea in 1097, the crusaders split into two columns to aid foraging. The vanguard under Bohemond was attacked at Bozüyük. Sultan Kilij Arslan led 7,000-8,000 Seljuk mounted archers in an ambush, throwing the crusaders into confusion."
  3. ۳٫۰ ۳٫۱ ۳٫۲ ۳٫۳ John France, Victory in the East, p. 181 "Casualties appear to have been heavy although how far we can regard Albert's 4,000 Christians and 3,000 Turks as precise figures is a different matter."