The return from this Crusade was as disastrous as that from the siege of Troy.
After the first day of the siege there was scant leisure for funeral rites.
One thousand of the best men in the fleet were sent to assist in the siege.
They used every device of ingenious minds to push the siege.
Evidently the enemy was bent on the siege of Fort Providence.
He was badly wounded at the siege of Mardik, and returned from thence to Paris.
Frequent attempts were made to force the siege to an early conclusion.
Was war correspondent for the Greek associated press at the siege of Troy.
Sprang into fame at the siege of Troy, where he invented the horse which recaptured Helen.
General Michel attributed his defeat to the German siege guns.