The Tomb of Baldwin V, King of Jerusalem (1185-1186), and the Workshop of the Temple Area

@article{Jacoby1979TheTO,
  title={The Tomb of Baldwin V, King of Jerusalem (1185-1186), and the Workshop of the Temple Area},
  author={Z. Jacoby},
  journal={Gesta},
  year={1979},
  volume={18},
  pages={3 - 14}
}
Baldwin V, the seventh of the Latin kings of Jerusalem, died in the autumn of 1186 at the age of eight after a rule of about eighteen months.' He was buried in the church of the Holy Sepulcher, next to his predecessors.' His magnificent tomb, which stood in the vicinity of the so-called chapel of Adam, close to the southern doorway of the church, considerably impressed travellers and pilgrims who visited Jerusalem during the centuries. Several of them mention it in their travel accounts. The… Expand
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