Most historians agree that after the fall of Acre in 1291, the crusading drive to conquer the Holy Land still remained strong in medieval Europe. What is less clear, however, is the precise legacy of the Latin East. As Tatum Tullis asks, "did this mark the end of Outremer? Did any remnants of the kingdom still live on, and would anyone remember it?" One work of later medieval literature, the romance Mélusine: or the Noble History of Lusignan may hold the answer.