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The siege of Edessa in October–November 1146 marked the permanent end of the rule of the Frankish Counts of Edessa in the city on the eve of the Second Crusade. It was the second siege the city had suffered in as many years, the first siege of Edessa having ended in December 1144. In 1146, Joscelyn II of Edessa and Baldwin of Marash recaptured the city by stealth but could not take or even properly besiege the citadel. After a brief counter-siege, Zangid governor Nūr al-Dīn took the city. The population was massacred and the walls razed. This victory was pivotal in the rise of Nūr al-Dīn and the decline of the Christian city of Edessa.

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  • حصار الرها (1146)
  • Siege of Edessa (1146)
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  • مثّل حصار الرها في أكتوبر - نوفمبر 1146 نهاية حكم الفرانكيين في الرها عشية الحملة الصليبية الثانية . كان هذا هو الحصار الثاني الذي تتعرض له المدينة منذ عدة سنوات، وانتهى الحصار الأول في ديسمبر 1144. في عام 1146، استعاد الكونت جوسلين الثاني من الرها وبلدوين من ماراش المدينة خلسة، لكنهم لم يتمكنوا من الاستيلاء على القلعة أو حتى محاصرتها بشكل صحيح. بعد حصار مضاد قصير، استولى الحاكم التركي نور الدين على المدينة. ذُبح السكان المتعاونين مع الصليبيين وهدمت الجدران. كان هذا الانتصار محوريًا في صعود نور الدين وانهيار مدينة الرها المسيحية.
  • The siege of Edessa in October–November 1146 marked the permanent end of the rule of the Frankish Counts of Edessa in the city on the eve of the Second Crusade. It was the second siege the city had suffered in as many years, the first siege of Edessa having ended in December 1144. In 1146, Joscelyn II of Edessa and Baldwin of Marash recaptured the city by stealth but could not take or even properly besiege the citadel. After a brief counter-siege, Zangid governor Nūr al-Dīn took the city. The population was massacred and the walls razed. This victory was pivotal in the rise of Nūr al-Dīn and the decline of the Christian city of Edessa.
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  • The Latin States under Baldwin III and Amalric I, 1143–1174
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  • October–November 1146
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