I would not be able to describe all the things that we had done before the city had been captured, since there is no one in these parts either of the clergy or the laity who is able to write it all down or tell of it, just as a history. However, I will tell something about it.
Every time supplies show up, Anonymous gives a list of what there was. I assume it was because, he like the rest, was starving most of the time so food was intensely interesting. The monastery of St. George's was later called Tancred's Fort.
I did not look really, really hard but I couldn't find any photos of remains of this fort. There are not much of the remains of old Antioch in Antakya. I did find this interesting blog which includes a couple of nice photos of Antakya and some commentary about Antioch.