Around 1200 B.C., an Israelite leader by the name of Moses led his people out of Egypt and back towards the land of Canaan. Moses, however, died before the Israelites reached Canaan. His successor, a man by the name of Joshua, continued the trek and eventually the now much larger nation of Israel returned to Canaan.
The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn.
Laurence J. Peter
On September 2, 1192, Sultan Saladin and King Richard the Lion Hearted signed an
agreement ending the third Crusade.