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The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer by Daniel Cook

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However, the Bedouins not only demonstrated obedience to Franks - sometimes they skillfully resisted, such as in 1119, when about Tiberias struck Franks defeat, although it is generally preferred to pay a tax to roam freely with their flocks (like the already mentioned Abu Taya, who threatened punitive expedition), [50] - it is thanks to their help, the road from Egypt to Syria, and from Arabia to Syria has been closed for all caravans, who refused to pay the fee established by the king of Jerusalem and "sire beyond the Jordan." Owning the fortress in Transjordan, who controlled Derb Hajj (Pilgrimage) (Ahamant and, after 1142 Moabsky Krak), and in the Arabian Petra (Montreal, Ayla, Val Muaz and Hall, old Peter), the Frankish king could, at its discretion slow down or revive commercial activity in Damascus.

The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer by Daniel Cook

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