The third crusade included two great war leaders who had great respect for each other. The first being Richard the Lion Hearted who is described at the time period as “He was tall in stature, of shapely build, with hair between red and yellow. His limbs were straight and flexible; his arms somewhat long; he had long legs.” This was written at the time of the Third Crusade. The second person involved was Saladin; he was described as “No orphan ever came to him without Saladin offering to provide the same amount of care as his father had done. He treated old people kindly and generously.” This was written by Baha’ ad-Din Ibn, a Muslim writer who lived in the court of Saladin. This Crusade ended in a truce and split the holy land in two parts. This was the first time that people started pilgrimages.