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    Hermit Vs Crusades

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    ended with the merge into the Renaissance time. Crusades mainly happen because of the expansion of the Muslim Empire that took control of Jerusalem, not permitting pilgrims into Jerusalem. Crusades were expeditions in Medieval period called by popes to recover Christian properties and those who participated took vows and were promised forgiveness of all their sins. King Louis IX of France also known as the “Crusader King” spent his life doing crusades to spread the Catholic religion and beliefs.…

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    people who were involved in the First Crusade were the Christians and the Muslims. This Crusade lasted from 1095–1099 and took place at the Holy Land in Jerusalem because. In 1095, the armies of Christians from Western Europe responded to Pope Urban II’s plea to go to war against Muslim forces in the Holy Land, this is why the First Crusade began. The Christians won The First Crusade by seizing armies on their way to take back Jerusalem. Since the crusades won their fight it encourage other…

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    Ottoman Turks’ first appearance The loom of the Ottoman came upon after the decline of the Seljurk Turks’s empire. The arrival of the first Ottomans, alias ghazis (Turkish warriors or raiders), to Anatolia (formerly called Asia Minor) was intended to evade the forces of Mongols. At first, the Turkish tribes were nomadic pastoralists but when the Seljuk Empire’s power was slowly falling apart, the Turks, under the rule of Osman, began occupying, invading other territories for power and wealth…

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    The crusades were a series of religious wars. They took place in the medieval period from 1095 to 1291. The first crusade was the first attempt to take over the Holy land, it was ordered by Pope Urban II. After that, a total of nine crusades took place. There were an array of people who travelled to the Holy Land crusades including peasants’ knights and second sons. Although the crusades failed to capture the Holy land, they had several impacts on Western Europe. One of the changes was cultural.…

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    have been many debates as to whether the Crusades made a large impact amongst European society, socially, politically and economically. Throughout the following essay it will be argued as to why Europe needed the crusades to transition out The Dark Ages. The Crusades were great military expeditions undertaken by the Christian nations of Europe for the purpose of rescuing the holy places of Palestine from the hands of the Muslims. The reason for the crusades was a war between Christians and…

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    translated from Old French by Caroline Smith, in the Chronicles of the Crusades to show what happened on two different crusades. As always with two different authors, the writing styles are very different yet effective in their own way. One author focuses on facts and descriptions about his crusade; the other focuses on the sanctity of the king with whom he went on his crusade. Villehardouin’s account of the fourth crusade puts a strong emphasis on the facts to the point of seemingly…

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    The Crusades that took place in the medieval period between 1096 and 1291 were a series of political and religious wars fought by European countries in order to gain control of the Holy Land. The first call for a crusade was made by Pope Urban II in order to send aid to the Christian Byzantine Empire, which found itself under attack during this period from Muslim Turks. This first crusade lasted from 1096-1102, with the Christian knights taking control of Jerusalem in 1099. In response to the…

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    plea to Pope Urban II for troops from the West to encounter the Turkish intimidation (Backman 255). Urban, wanting to reinforce the power of Christianity leadership, took advantage of the opportunity to unite Christianity in Europe by starting a crusade to take back the Holy Land from…

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    From Selfless Piety To The Sick And Needy Pilgrimages were important phenomena in European Christian culture during the Middle Ages. The early pilgrimages, such as Etheria’s pilgrimage to Jerusalem, differed from other types of travel and migration in where she went, the motivation to go, and the privileges she got. As pilgrimages evolved and became more widespread and local, they stayed similar in the type of destinations and dangers of the world, but the motivations behind changed. Pilgrims…

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    The Crusades were influenced by the Eastern culture. Because of this the Crusades took the opportunity to spread the idea. They saw the way there country treated each other and decided to spread it throughout the land that they occupied in the Western Nations. This made the peoples Social life more courteous to one another and spread the chivalry around the Western Nations. The last are that will be focused on is the Religious area. Religion was pretty big with the Crusades were the Christians,…

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