||Date and provenance
||Editions and translations
|Various correspondences between 1088 and 1100
||Letters by e.g. Stephen II, Count of Blois, Anselm of Ribemont, Patriarch of Jerusalem
||ed. H. Hagenmeyer, Epistulae et chartae ad historiam primi belli sacri spectantes: Die Kreuzzugsbriefe aus den Jahren 1088–1100. Innsbruck, 1902; tr. The First Crusade. The Accounts of Eyewitnesses and Participants, ed. A. C. Krey. Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1958.
|anonymous author associated with Bohemond
||Gesta Francorum et aliorum Hierosolimitanorum
||Latin chronicle of the First Crusade (1095-1099), a source used by many medieval historians, including Guibert of Nogent, Fulcher of Chartres, and Baldric of Bourgueil. Likely based on a lost text or texts, also used by Tudebode.
||ed. and tr. Rosalind Hill, Gesta Francorum et aliorum Hierosolimitanorum. Oxford, 1967.
|Peter Tudebode, priest from Poitou
||Historia de Hierosolymitano itinere
||History of the First Crusade, including an eye-witness account of the Siege of Antioch
||tr. John H. Hill and Laurita L. Hill, Petrus Tudebodus, Historia de Hierosolymitano itinere. Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society 101. Philadelphia, 1974.
|Ralph of Caen
||ed. Bernard S. Bachrach and David S. Bachrach, The Gesta Tancredi of Ralph of Caen: A History of the Normans on the First Crusade. Ashgate Publishing, 2005.
|Raymond of Aguilers
||Historia Francorum qui ceperunt Iherusalem
||The history is in part an eyewitness account, as Raymond, chaplain of Raymond IV of Toulouse, followed the Provençal army of crusaders to Jerusalem; yet it was based to some extent on the Gesta Francorum
||tr. John Hugh Hill and Laurita L. Hill. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1968.
|Guibert of Nogent
||Dei gesta per Francos
||1107 x 1108
||Narrative of the First Crusade, based in part the Gesta Francorum
||tr. Robert Levine, The Deeds of God through the Franks: A Translation of Guibert de Nogent's 'Gesta Dei per Francos'. 1997.
|Robert the Monk
||A history of the First Crusade, which purports to be a stylistically superior version of the Gesta Francorum. It includes an account of the Council of Clermont
|Albert of Aix
||1125 x 1150, Rhineland
||Latin work in 12 books on the First Crusade, from the Council of Clermont, and later events up to 1121.
||ed. and tr. Susan B. Edgington, Albert of Aachen: Historia Ierosolimitana, History of the Journey to Jerusalem. Oxford: Oxford Medieval Texts, 2007.
|Fulcher of Chartres
||1127 or later
||A history of the First Crusade and the events following (1095-1127), which is somewhat partisan to Godfrey of Bouillon and the house of Boulogne. Sources include the Gesta Francorum.
||ed. Harold S. Fink and tr. Francis Rita Ryan, Fulcher of Chartres, A History of the Expedition to Jerusalem, 1095-1127. Knoxville: Univ. of Tennessy Press, 1969.
|Baldric of Dol
|Ekkehard of Aura (d. 1126)
||Ekkehard was an eyewitness of the Crusade of 1101.
||tr. W. Pflüger, Die Chronik des Ekkehard von Aura. Leipzig, 1893.
|William of Tyre (d. 1186)
||1170 x 1184
||History in 23 books, covering a period from the 7th century to early 1184, but above all a history of the Crusades. For events prior to 1127, sources include Fulcher of Chartres, Albert of Aix, Raymond of Aguilers, Baldric of Dol and the Gesta Francorum.
||ed. R.B.C. Huygens, Willemi Tyrensis Archiepiscopi Chronicon. Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Medievalis 38. Turnholt: Brepols, 1986; tr. E.A. Babcock and A.C. Krey, William of Tyre, A History of Deeds Done Beyond the Sea. Columbia University Press, 1943.
|Ernoul, squire of Balian of Ibelin
||late 12th century
||chronicle dealing with the fall of the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem
||chronicle which includes some legendary material.