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Siege of Jaén (1245–46)

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Siege of Jaén
Part of the Reconquista
Alhamar, rey de Granada, rinde vasallaje al rey de Castilla, Fernando III el Santo (Museo del Prado).jpg

Muhammad I of Granada surrendering Jaén to Ferdinand III of Castile and agreeing to be his vassal. 1883 painting by Pedro González Bolívar.
Date1245-28 February 1246
Location
Result Handing over of the city of Jaén to Castile after the signing of the Treaty of Jaén.
Belligerents
Bandera de la Corona de Castilla.svg
Kingdom of Castile
Cross Santiago.svg
Order of Santiago
Flag of Almohad Dynasty.svg
Taifa of Jaén (جيان)
Standard of Grenade after Cresques Atlas s XIV.svg
Emirate of Granada
Commanders and leaders
Bandera de la Corona de Castilla.svg
Ferdinand III of Castile
Cross Santiago.svg
Pelayo Pérez Correa
Standard of Grenade after Cresques Atlas s XIV.svg
Muhammad I of Granada
Strength
Unknown Unknown
Casualties and losses
Unknown Unknown

The Siege of Jaén was the final siege on the city during the Spanish Reconquista. The siege, was carried out from 1245 through 28 February 1246 by forces of the Kingdom of Castile and the Order of Santiago commanded by Ferdinand III of Castile and the Grand Master of the Order of Santiago, Pelayo Pérez Correa, against a combined defending force of the local Taifa of Jaén (جيان) and the Emirate of Granada under Muhammad I. The battle resulted in a Castilian victory with the city of Jaén being handed over to the Kingdom of Castile and Leon after the signing of the Treaty of Jaén.[1]

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Context

After two previous attempts to capture Jaén, first in 1225 and another in 1230, Ferdinand III of Castile decided on another attempt to besiege the city having consolidated his power over the thrones of Castile and León and not having been decisively beaten in either of his previous attempts on the city. He was supported in this new campaign by Pelayo Pérez Correa, the Grand Master of the Order of Santiago. Throughout the winter of 1245, the forces of Castile launched raids on the areas surrounding the city in preparation for an eventual siege, capturing strategic points in the surrounding areas.

The Siege

At the start of the siege, the Castilian forces began launching attacks on the various city gates, all of which were ineffective in terms of capturing any points on the main wall, however they did in many instances manage to drive the defenders off the bulwarks of the outer defenses.

Contemporary chronicles also recount ambushes and sallies out of the city by Granadan and Jayyānese forces. One such sally by a group of seven Moorish Jinetes (en: knights) managed to capture a Castilian resupply caravan, obliging the Castilian forces to pursue the raiders. A force led by Don Alvar Gil de Villalobos was obliged to give chase in an attempt to rescue their captured supply train, however the Moorish Jinetes fled, leading the Castilian rescue party into an ambush by some 50 more Jinetes and around 100 infantry soldiers.

Consequences

On 28 February 1246, in an attempt to consolidate power over his dominions, Muhammad I, King of Granada, ordered the surrender of Jaén to Castilian forces in accordance with his signing of the Treaty of Jaén which effectively turned the Emirate of Granada into a vassal state of the Kingdom of Castile.

See also

References

  1. ^ Eslava Galán, Juan (1999). Los Castillos de Jaén (in Spanish). Granada: Ediciones Osuna. p. 169. ISBN 84-89717-41-9.

Bibliography

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