1st crusade



Radulf, Chancellor of the King of Jerusalem, was, according to William of Tyre, a man of letters, and of the English nation. He became a great favourite, both with the Guy de Lusignan and his Queen, and was afterwards made Bishop of Bethlehem.


Arnulf Malecorne of Chocques (or of Rohes) (died 1118) was a leader among the clergy during the First Crusade, and was Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1099 CE and from 1112 to 1118 CE. He was the son of a Flemish Priest, and studied under Lanfranc at Caen. He also taught Ralph de Caen, one of the later chroniclers of the First Crusade.