As is well known, Armenians provided invaluable assistance to the Crusaders. Pope Gregory, referring to the Armenian aid to Europeans, wrote (1304): When in the past princes and Christian armies proceeding for the recovery of the Holy Land, no nation and no people were so prompt or so full of zeal as the Armenians to lend to their aid, whether in men, in horses, in provision, or in council. With all their forces and with the greatest gallantry and fidelity, they came to the aid of the Christians in their holy wars.”

As is well known, Armenians provided invaluable assistance to the Crusaders. Pope Gregory, referring to the Armenian aid to Europeans, wrote (1304): When in the past princes and Christian armies proceeding for the recovery of the Holy Land, no nation and no people were so prompt or so full of zeal as the Armenians to lend to their aid, whether in men, in horses, in provision, or in council. With all their forces and with the greatest gallantry and fidelity, they came to the aid of the Christians in their holy wars.”

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