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卡佩铁人档1066-1203记录

1066斯坦福桥剧本,卡佩小国王腓力一世开局。
铁人模式,为了方便完成成就开了最简单难度。
以下是游戏导出的编年史
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- 1066 -

This is the Chronicle of House Capet, in which is contained the record of its yearly fortunes, glories and difficulties.

King Philippe of France, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Philippe 'the Inquisitor'.

- 1067 -

France was attacked by the French realm of Anjou, ruled by Duke Geoffroy III.

King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor' tried but failed to imprison Duke Geoffroy III of Anjou, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

- 1068 -

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Savary, was victorious in the battle of Anjou against the armies of Anjou.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Count Robert of Mortain, was victorious in the battle of 蓈reux against the armies of Anjou.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Mayor Claeuwaert of Ypres, was victorious in the battle of Brugge against the armies of 舗germanland.

- 1069 -

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Savary, was victorious in the battle of Anjou against the armies of Anjou.

Duke Geoffroy III of Anjou lost the war against King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor'.

King Philippe of France married Matheode.

- 1070 -

Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Reims.

- 1071 -

King Philippe of France made a pious pilgrimage to Jerusalem.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Mayor Claeuwaert of Ypres, was victorious in the battle of Gent against the armies of V鋝terbotten.

- 1072 -

A star fell from the sky in Dax, killing three cows.

- 1073 -

France was attacked by the Norman realm of Arquesian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Roscelin.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Count William of 蓈reux, was victorious in the battle of Rouen against the armies of Arquesian Peasant Revolt.

Roscelin of Arquesian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor'.

- 1074 -

Henri, the firstborn son, was born to King Philippe of France.

Prince Henri, the heir of King Philippe of France, died a sickly infant on 1 January, 1075.

- 1075 -

Hugues Capet married Duchess Ain鑣, daughter of Duke Guilh鑝 VIII of Aquitaine.

- 1076 -

Pope Alexander II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of depression on 21 January, 1076.

- 1077 -

France was attacked by the French realm of Champagne, ruled by Duke 蓆ienne III.

King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor' tried but failed to imprison Duke 蓆ienne III of Champagne, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Mayor Arnaud of Gien, was victorious in the battle of Blois against the armies of Champagne.

- 1078 -

Philippe, the firstborn son, was born to King Philippe of France.

Duke 蓆ienne III of Champagne lost the war against King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor'.

- 1079 -

A river flooded parts of Chalons in the spring.

- 1080 -

A goat with three heads was born in Poitiers.

- 1081 -

The Lollard heresy spread its woeful presence in the county of Angoul阭e.

France was attacked by the Occitan realm of Lollard Uprising, ruled by Ermengau.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Duke Foulques IV of Anjou, was victorious in the battle of Angoul阭e against the armies of Lollard Uprising.

Ermengau of Lollard Uprising lost the war against King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor'.

- 1082 -

King Philippe held a grand tournament, inviting all the great lords and knights of the realm.

Pope Gregorius VII declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Jerusalem from the Shias.

- 1083 -

King Philippe of France supported Pope Gregorius VII in war against his enemies.

France was attacked by the French realm of Waldensian Uprising, ruled by Guy.

- 1084 -

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Duke Foulques IV of Anjou, was victorious in the battle of 蓈reux against the armies of Waldensian Uprising.

Guy of Waldensian Uprising lost the war against King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor'.

- 1085 -

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Acre from the enemy.

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Haifa from the enemy.

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Adelon from the enemy.

- 1086 -

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Nablus from the enemy.

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Jerusalem from the enemy.

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Rammala from the enemy.

The Crusade declared by Gregorius ended with the successful conquest of Jerusalem from the Shias.

- 1087 -

King Philippe of France went to war against Duke Jaufret III of Provence.

- 1088 -

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Rodrigo de Vivar, was victorious in the battle of Forez against the armies of Provence.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Rodrigo de Vivar, was victorious in the battle of Vienne against the armies of Provence.

- 1089 -

King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor' won the war against Duke Jaufret III of Provence.

King Philippe of France went to war against Emir Jyad of the Jyadid Emirate.

France was attacked by the Occitan realm of Lollard Uprising, ruled by Est鑦e.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Rodrigo de Vivar, was victorious in the battle of P閞igord against the armies of Lollard Uprising.

Est鑦e of Lollard Uprising lost the war against King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor'.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Rodrigo de Vivar, was victorious in the battle of Lyon against the armies of the Jyadid Emirate.

- 1090 -

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Rodrigo de Vivar, was victorious in the battle of Forcalquier against the armies of the Jyadid Emirate.

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Rodrigo de Vivar, was victorious in the battle of Venaissin against the armies of the Jyadid Emirate.

- 1091 -

King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor' won the war against Emir Jyad of the Jyadid Emirate 'the Tormentor'.

- 1092 -

King Philippe of France went to war against King Konan of Breizh.

- 1093 -

The army of King Philippe of France, commanded by Rodrigo de Vivar, was victorious in the battle of Lusignan against the armies of Breizh.

Queen Matheode, the wife of King Philippe of France, vanished without a trace on 27 August, 1093.

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Ridined from the enemy.

- 1094 -

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Monkontour from the enemy.

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Paimpol from the enemy.

King Philippe of France successfully led his armies, taking Sant-Brieg from the enemy.

- 1095 -

King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor' won the war against King Konan of Breizh 'the Repulsive'.

France was attacked by the French realm of Champagne, ruled by Duke 蓆ienne III.

King Philippe of France 'the Inquisitor' tried but failed to imprison Duke 蓆ienne III of Champagne, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

King Philippe I of France died in battle against Duke 蓆ienne III of Champagne on 2 August, 1095. His son, Philippe, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Melun.

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Duke Foulques IV of Anjou, was victorious in the battle of Chartres against the armies of Burgundy.

- 1096 -

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Sichelgaita di Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Blois against the armies of Burgundy.

France was attacked by the Breton realm of Bretagne, ruled by Duke Primarhoc.

King Philippe II of France tried but failed to imprison Duke Primarhoc of Bretagne, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

- 1097 -

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Sichelgaita di Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Thouars against the armies of Bretagne.

- 1098 -

Duke 蓆ienne III of Champagne lost the war against King Philippe II of France.

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Sichelgaita di Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Anjou against the armies of Bretagne.

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Sichelgaita di Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Nantes against the armies of Bretagne.

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Joan Vallferrera, was victorious in the battle of Penthievre against the armies of Bretagne.

France was attacked by the Occitan realm of French Revolt, ruled by Ain鑣 'the Unready'.

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Vexin against the armies of Bretagne.

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Vend鬽e against the armies of Bretagne.

- 1099 -

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Bourges against the armies of French Revolt.

The army of King Philippe II of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of La Marche against the armies of French Revolt.

Hugues Capet married Ermessinde.

King Philippe II of France committed suicide on 20 October, 1099. His uncle, Hugues, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Melun.

King Hugues II of France was victorious in the battle of Bourges against the army of French Revolt, commanded by Hugues of French Revolt.

- 1100 -

King Hugues II of France was victorious in the battle of Bourbon against the army of French Revolt, commanded by Hugues of French Revolt.

Duke Primarhoc of Bretagne won the war against King Hugues II of France.

On 18 February, 1100, Hugues lost his titles, and it was decided to pass on the dynasty chronicles to King Hugues III of France.

France was attacked by the French realm of French Revolt, ruled by Henri 'the Lionheart'.

King Hugues III of France lost the battle of Blois against the army of French Revolt, commanded by Henri of French Revolt.

- 1101 -

King Hugues III of France married Marthe, daughter of Eudes Karling.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Blois against the armies of French Revolt.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Bourges against the armies of French Revolt.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Dijon against the armies of French Revolt.

- 1102 -

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Bourges against the armies of French Revolt.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Dijon against the armies of French Revolt.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Bourges against the armies of French Revolt.

Hugues, the firstborn son, was born to King Hugues III of France.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Dijon against the armies of French Revolt.

- 1103 -

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Orl閍ns against the armies of French Revolt.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Dijon against the armies of French Revolt.

- 1104 -

King Hugues III of France successfully led his armies, taking Blois from the enemy.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Charolais against the armies of French Revolt.

King Hugues III of France successfully led his armies, taking St Aignan from the enemy.

King Hugues III of France successfully led his armies, taking Beaugency from the enemy.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Chalons against the armies of French Revolt.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Dijon against the armies of French Revolt.

Henri of French Revolt 'the Lionheart' lost the war against King Hugues III of France.

- 1105 -

King Hugues III held a grand tournament, inviting all the great lords and knights of the realm.

France was attacked by the French realm of Charolaian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Roubaud.

- 1106 -

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Charolais against the armies of Charolaian Peasant Revolt.

Roubaud of Charolaian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Hugues III of France.

King Hugues III of France made a pious pilgrimage to Jerusalem.

- 1107 -

King Hugues III of France went to war against Emir Yahaff of the Aftasid Emirate.

- 1108 -

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Navarra against the armies of the Hudid Emirate.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Marsan against the armies of the Abbadid Emirate.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of B閍rn against the armies of the Amirid Emirate.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Hamelin, was victorious in the battle of Marsan against the armies of the Amirid Emirate.

- 1109 -

King Hugues III of France won the war against Emir Yahaff of the Aftasid Emirate.

Hugues Capet usurped the Duchy of Asturias from Yahaff Aftasid.

King Hugues III of France went to war against Sultan Yahya of the Dhunnunid Sultanate.

- 1110 -

A river flooded parts of Brugge in the spring.

- 1111 -

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Adh閙ar, was victorious in the battle of Asturias de Santillana against the armies of the Jyadid Emirate.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Adh閙ar, was victorious in the battle of Burgos against the armies of the Jyadid Emirate.

The army of King Hugues III of France, commanded by Adh閙ar, was victorious in the battle of Valladolid against the armies of the Abbadid Emirate.

- 1112 -

King Hugues III of France won the war against Sultan Yahya of the Dhunnunid Sultanate 'the Wise'.

Hugues Capet usurped the Kingdom of Castille from Yahya Dhunnunid.

Hugues Capet created the title of Empire of Francia, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

Francia was attacked by the Occitan realm of French Revolt, ruled by Bertrand.

The army of Emperor Hugues of Francia, commanded by Diego de Oca, was victorious in the battle of Forez against the armies of French Revolt.

- 1113 -

Francia was attacked by the French realm of French Revolt, ruled by Raoul.

- 1114 -

Bertrand of French Revolt won the war against Emperor Hugues of Francia.

On 1 January, 1114, Hugues lost his titles, and it was decided to pass on the dynasty chronicles to Emperor Hugues II of Francia.

Raoul of French Revolt won the war against Emperor Hugues II of Francia.

Aquitaine was attacked by the French realm of Troyes, ruled by Count Jacques.

Duke Hugues III of Aquitaine tried but failed to imprison Count Jacques of Troyes, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

- 1115 -

Count Jacques of Troyes won the war against Duke Hugues III of Aquitaine.

On 1 January, 1115, Hugues lost his titles, and it was decided to pass on the dynasty chronicles to Duke Hugues II of Aquitaine.

Aquitaine was attacked by the Occitan realm of Aquitanian Revolt, ruled by Emmanu鑜.

Emmanu鑜 of Aquitanian Revolt won the war against Duke Hugues II of Aquitaine.

- 1116 -

Pope Gregorius VII declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Andalusia from the Sunnis.

Duke Hugues I of Gascogne supported Pope Gregorius VII in war against his enemies.

- 1117 -

Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in B閍rn.

- 1118 -

Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Paris just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

- 1119 -

In Paris, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Duke Hugues II.

- 1120 -

A river flooded parts of Armagnac in the spring.

- 1121 -

Champagne was attacked by the Occitan realm of B閍rn, ruled by Count Lop.

Duke Hugues II of Champagne tried but failed to imprison Count Lop of B閍rn, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

Count Lop of B閍rn lost the war against Duke Hugues II of Champagne.

Champagne was attacked by the French realm of Lusignan, ruled by Count Charles.

Duke Hugues II of Champagne tried but failed to imprison Count Charles of Lusignan, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

- 1122 -

Prince Hugues 'the Usurper', the father of Duke Hugues II of Champagne, died a natural death on 21 September, 1122.

Count Payen of Lusignan lost the war against Duke Hugues II of Champagne.

- 1123 -

Pope Gregorius VII, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of Consumption on 16 July, 1123.

- 1124 -

The Crusade declared by Innocentius ended with the successful conquest of Andalusia from the Sunnis.

- 1125 -

Several people in Paris spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 1126 -

Duke Hugues of Valois went to war against King Philippe of Castille.

- 1127 -

A dragon was seen in the county of Poitiers.

- 1128 -

Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Marsan.

- 1129 -

Duke Hugues of Valois won the war against King Philippe of Castille 'the Just'.

Hugues Capet usurped the Kingdom of Castille from Philippe Capet.

Hugues Capet usurped the County of Valladolid from Philippe Capet.

Hugues Capet usurped the County of Burgos from Philippe Capet.

Hugues Capet usurped the Duchy of Aquitaine from Suero.

- 1130 -

Hugues Capet married Duchess Milia, daughter of Duke Rodrigo of Asturias.

- 1131 -

A river flooded parts of Viscaya in the spring.

- 1132 -

Duchess Milia of Asturias supported Duchess Milia of Asturias in war against her enemies.

- 1133 -

A giant destroyed several villages in Dax, but then disappeared without trace.

- 1134 -

Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded B閍rn just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

- 1135 -

Pope Innocentius II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died bedridden and infirm on 6 September, 1135.

- 1136 -

A giant destroyed several villages in Bordeaux, but then disappeared without trace.

- 1137 -

Castille was attacked by the French realm of Angoul阭e, ruled by Count Herbert.

King Hugues of Castille tried but failed to imprison Count Herbert of Angoul阭e, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

- 1138 -

King Hugues of Castille successfully led his armies, taking Jarnac from the enemy.

Countess Eve of Angoul阭e lost the war against King Hugues of Castille.

- 1139 -

A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Navarra.

- 1140 -

A dragon was seen in the county of Bourges.

- 1141 -

King Hugues of Castille went to war against Count Simon of Amiens.

Emperor Bertrand of Francia, the liege Lord of King Hugues, died a natural death on 16 September, 1141.

- 1142 -

King Hugues of Castille won the war against Count Simon of Amiens.

Hugues Capet usurped the County of Amiens from Simon de Vexin-Amiens.

- 1143 -

Prince Hugues of Castille married 莍len, daughter of Atrak Terteroba.

- 1144 -

A star fell from the sky in Armagnac, killing three cows.

- 1145 -

Queen Marthe, the wife of King Hugues of Castille, died a natural death on 19 January, 1145.

King Hugues of Castille married Clem鑞cia, daughter of Baron Vicen?of Illescas.

- 1146 -

An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Bourges.

- 1147 -

A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Dax.

- 1148 -

Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Poitiers.

- 1149 -

King Hugues of Castille supported Emperor Robert of Francia in war against his enemies.

Castille was attacked by the Occitan realm of P閞igord, ruled by Count Aldebert 'the Unchaste'.

King Hugues of Castille tried but failed to imprison Count Aldebert of P閞igord 'the Unchaste', causing him to come out in open rebellion.

Clem鑞cia de Toulouse was imprisoned in a dungeon in Paris by King Hugues of Castille.

- 1150 -

Clem鑞cia de Toulouse was released from imprisonment by King Hugues of Castille.

Count Aldebert of P閞igord 'the Unchaste' lost the war against King Hugues of Castille.

King Hugues of Castille went to war against Count Aimery of Bourges.

- 1151 -

Prince Hugues of Castille married B閍trice, daughter of Duke Beno顃 of Burgundy.

- 1152 -

A river flooded parts of Angoul阭e in the spring.

- 1153 -

An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in B閍rn.

- 1154 -

Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Saintonge.

- 1155 -

Pope Stephanus X declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer the Seljuk Sultanate from the Sunnis.

King Hugues of Castille supported Pope Stephanus X in war against his enemies.

- 1156 -

An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Soria.

- 1157 -

A goat with three heads was born in Soria.

- 1158 -

Prince Hugues, the heir of King Hugues of Castille, died of Cancer on 9 January, 1158.

- 1159 -

Queen Clem鑞cia, the wife of King Hugues of Castille, died of severe stress on 9 October, 1159.

- 1160 -

King Hugues of Castille married B閍trice, daughter of Duke Beno顃 of Burgundy.

- 1161 -

Count Andr?of Orl閍ns married Linda, daughter of Duchess Kristina of Bergslagen.

- 1162 -

Hugues Capet usurped the Empire of Francia from Robert Capet.

Hugues Capet usurped the Duchy of Aragon from Abbad Hudid.

Kaiser Otto VI of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Holy' won the war against Emperor Hugues I of Francia.

Francia was attacked by the French realm of Silos, ruled by Bishop Aimery.

Emperor Hugues I of Francia tried but failed to imprison Bishop Aimery of Silos, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

Emperor Hugues I of Francia died of severe stress on 26 April, 1162. His grandson, Andr? succeeded to the throne of the Empire with a grand ceremony in Orl閍ns.

Bishop Orson of Silos lost the war against Emperor Andr?of Francia.

- 1163 -

Louis, the firstborn son, was born to Emperor Andr?of Francia.

- 1164 -

The earth shook for three days in Armagnac, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

- 1165 -

Several people in Paris spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 1166 -

Pope Stephanus X, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 22 February, 1166.

- 1167 -

Pope Benedictus X, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of depression on 3 February, 1167.

King Andr?of Castille, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Andr?'the Wise'.

- 1168 -

King Andr?of Castille supported Emperor Hugues III of Francia in war against his enemies.

- 1169 -

Castille saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 1170 -

The Crusade declared by Callistus ended in defeat as the armies failed to conquer the Seljuk Sultanate.

- 1171 -

King Andr?of Castille went to war against Count Vela of Alto Arag髇.

- 1172 -

Caliph Mirza declared a Jihad, wherein all unfaithful Sunnis were called to conquer Jerusalem from the Catholics.

King Andr?of Castille 'the Wise' won the war against Count Vela of Alto Arag髇 'the Hunter'.

- 1173 -

A giant destroyed several villages in Poitiers, but then disappeared without trace.

- 1174 -

King Andr?of Castille made a pious pilgrimage to Rome.

- 1175 -

The Jihad declared by Mirza Hashimid ended with the successful conquest of Jerusalem from the Catholics.

- 1176 -

Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Saintonge.

- 1177 -

King Andr?of Castille supported Emperor Hugues III of Francia in war against his enemies.

- 1178 -

The earth shook for three days in Orl閍ns, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

- 1179 -

Prince Charles of French Revolt supported Prince Charles of French Revolt in war against his enemies.

- 1180 -

A river flooded parts of Bourges in the spring.

- 1181 -

King Andr?of Castille supported Emperor Hugues III of Francia in war against his enemies.

- 1182 -

King Andr?of Castille supported Emperor Hugues III of Francia in war against his enemies.

Pope Callistus II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died clutching at his heart on 12 December, 1182.

- 1183 -

A star fell from the sky in Paris, killing three cows.

- 1184 -

People in Asturias de Santillana claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

- 1185 -

King Andr?of Castille supported Emperor Hugues III of Francia in war against his enemies.

Louis Capet married Clara, daughter of Count Guidone of Aprutium.

- 1186 -

A river flooded parts of Paris in the spring.

- 1187 -

A river flooded parts of Asturias de Santillana in the spring.

- 1188 -

People in Marsan claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

- 1189 -

The earth shook for three days in Soria, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

- 1190 -

Castille saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 1191 -

Castille saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 1192 -

A river flooded parts of B閍rn in the spring.

- 1193 -

In Marsan, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of King Andr?

- 1194 -

Andr?Capet inherited the Francia from Hugues Capet.

Emperor Andr?of Francia 'the Wise' lost the war against Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Fat'.

The army of Emperor Andr?of Francia, commanded by Anfroi di Lecce, was victorious in the battle of Castellon against the armies of Andalusian Liberation Revolt.

Abu of Andalusian Liberation Revolt lost the war against Emperor Andr?of Francia 'the Wise'.

- 1195 -

The army of Emperor Andr?of Francia, commanded by Anfroi di Lecce, was victorious in the battle of Astorga against the armies of Le髇.

The army of Emperor Andr?of Francia, commanded by Anfroi di Lecce, was victorious in the battle of Asturias de Oviedo against the armies of Le髇.

King Munio of Le髇 'the Noble' lost the war against Emperor Andr?of Francia 'the Wise'.

- 1196 -

Andr?Capet created the title of Duchy of Dauphin? confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

Emperor Andr?held a grand tournament, inviting all the great lords and knights of the realm.

- 1197 -

Francia was attacked by the Irish realm of French Revolt, ruled by Nadarchu.

- 1198 -

The army of Emperor Andr?of Francia, commanded by Count Guilhem of Carcassonne, was defeated in the battle of Carcassonne against the armies of French Revolt.

The army of Emperor Andr?of Francia, commanded by Bruatur av Vedrafjord, was victorious in the battle of Poitiers against the armies of French Revolt.

- 1199 -

Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Cornouaille.

- 1200 -

Nadarchu of French Revolt 'the Monster' lost the war against Emperor Andr?of Francia 'the Wise'.

Andr?Capet usurped the Duchy of Champagne from Bourgogne de Blois.

Caliph Jawdat declared a Jihad, wherein all unfaithful Shias were called to conquer Africa from the Catholics.

- 1201 -

A giant destroyed several villages in Marsan, but then disappeared without trace.

- 1202 -

Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire supported Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire in war against his enemies.

- 1203 -

The Jihad declared by Jawdat Fatimid ended with the successful conquest of Africa from the Catholics.

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