Truce Between Emperor Frederick II and Sultan Kamil of Egypt Ends

Truce Between Emperor Frederick II and Sultan Kamil of Egypt Ends

Court of Emperor Frederick II in Palermo
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The truce between Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen and Sultan Malik Al-Kamil, signed to end the Sixth Crusade, officially concludes. The treaty had never been supported by Pope Gregory IX who had already excommunicated Frederick at the time it was signed.

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