King Richard I at the Battle of Jaffa The Battle of Jaffa took place during the Crusades as one of a series of campaigns between Saladins army and the forces of King Richard I of England It was the final battle of the Third Crusade after which Saladin and King Richard were able to negotiate a truce Afterwards although the crusaders never regained possession of Jerusalem Christian pilgrims were permitted entry into the city and the crusaders were able to retain control of a sizable strip of land stretching from Acre to Jaffa Although largely a footnote among the greater events that unfolded during the crusades it was a decisive encounter illustrating both the determined spirit of Saladin and the reckless bravery of Richard It was the final act before the treaty between Richard and Saladin was concluded and helped anchor the crusader presence in the south and ensure at least briefly the perimeter of the Christian realm in the Holy Land
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