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They opened some city gates, and armored knights charged the Greek troops on the streets. When night fell, Murzuphlus and his army fled. The bitter fruits of victory The French and Venetians split the spoils, and French knights established fiefs in Greece and forgot about crusading. Venice took over the Aegean Islands, achieving Dandolo's dream. Relations between the Greeks and the Latins, as the French and Venetians were called, had never been good. Now they were as bad as they could be. The Pope never realized his dream of Christian unity.
The Crusaders agreed to help. Meanwhile, the Pope heard about the attack on Constantinople. He was furious, but he learned that his own papal legate had blessed the enterprise, so he couldn't excommunicate the Crusaders. He decided to make the best of it and take advantage of Alexius's offer to bring the Orthodox Church back to Rome. In Constantinople, there was rioting between the French and the Greeks. Finally, the Crusaders got tired of the Emperor's stalling. They said they'd take their payment by force.
Then he turned his attention to the Christians. For eight years, King Baldwin IV of Jerusalem, a leper who assumed royal powers at 16, outmaneuvered and frustrated the great Saladin. Then, Baldwin the Leper, one of history's most underrated generals, died. When he knew death was near, King Baldwin appointed his brother-in-law, Guy de Lusignan, regent, but Guy proved so inept the King dismissed him and appointed Count Raymond of Tripoli instead. But when Baldwin died, his sister, Sybilla, organized a coup d'etat that made her husband king.
50 Battles That Changed the World: The Conflicts That Most Influenced the Course of History by William Weir