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In addition to knightly fiefs there were also sergeantry fiefs, some of which supported Turcopoles. The command structure of the army of Jerusalem stuck closer to the established European system. The three great military officers of state were the senechal, the connetable and the marechal. The senechal was responsible for all fortifications, except the king's own palace, garrisons and provisions. On campaign the senechal usually led the king's own bataille or division under the king's direct command.
Knights claiming French origin also looked down on knights of Italian blood, and all were despised as half-breeds by men newly come from Europe. The marechal of each Latin State was in charge of recruitment, but his powers were limited by customary law. Knights, for example, were excused service on foot or where their horses could not carry them. Nevertheless men from knightly families would be involved in warfare from the age of 15 and remained liable for military summons until 60. On the other hand service was not due if a knight lost his fief to the enemy.
As early as AD 955 one great ship was 95 metres long and almost 40 metres broad. The warships built in sections in Egypt and then transported across Sinai on camel-back to the Gulf of Aqabah in 1170 must, however, have been small. Other Indian Ocean vessels could be astonishingly large. Here there was less use of oars, partly because of reliable monsoon winds but more importantly because water sources were scarce and so smaller crews were an advantage. The hinged stern rudder, a Chinese invention, was also known to eastern Arabian sailors by at least the early 12th century.