Al-Muzaffar Mahmud II
Al Muzaffar took part in the siege of Acre in 1291, bringing a large mangonel from Krak des Chevaliers to support the assault on the city. Although a few small Crusader enclaves survived, the fall of Acre marked the end of the Crusader period in Syria and thereafter Mamluks rule was unchallenged.
- Studies in Islamic History and Civilisation: In Honour of Professor David Ayalon , Cana Ltd. Jerusalem 1986 p.169
- Khair T., Leer M., Edwards J.D. and Ziadeh H. (eds.) Other Routes: 1500 Years of African and Asian Travel Writing, Signal Books Ltd. Oxford 2006 p.148
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