William of Tyre was one of the most accomplished men to live in the Latin East. After receiving the best university education Europe had to offer, William climbed through the ranks of Church and state to become archbishop of Tyre and chancellor of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. He was thus uniquely positioned to tell us about the kingdom's political, ecclesiastical, and military history. This week's host, Patrick DeBrosse, discusses William of Tyre's chronicle, a massive - and complicated - narrative of the kingdom's history down to the 1180s. Join us to discover the many, many uses that scholars have found for William's chronicle.