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    The Third Crusades

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    The Third Crusade was recognized as one of the most belligerent, unsettled disputes in the books of history. This religious movement transpired in the Middle East, when the Muslims reclaimed the Holy Land, compelling the Christians to fight back. Not many good things happened in this movement, since many people had died from fighting each other. King Richard I was known as the chief leader of the Christians, while Saladin was perceived as the sultan of the Muslim people. These men were known as some of the best Medieval leaders of their time, instigating both of their names to be mentioned repeatedly in the history of the Crusades for centuries to come. King Richard I, also known as Richard the Lionheart, was born on September 8, 1157 in…

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    Third Crusade Causes

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    In this paper I will tell of the Third Crusade,the battles,the armies,the leaders and finally the outcome of this battle for the Holy Land.The Third Crusade occurred in the year of 1189 and lasted for a difficult three years.(Wiki) The Third crusade was caused by the capture of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin who was muslim.(A&E)The spreading of word that the Holy City had be captured by muslims spread like wildfire, soon the people would shout and scream for war,they wanted another crusade and…

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    The First Crusade The first crusade was called together by Pope Urban II, as their first attempt at taking the Holy Lands in 1095. It began as a widespread pilgrimage, in western christendom. It however ended with Roman Catholic Europe, trying to regain the Holy Lands taken in the Muslim conquest of the Levant. The Second Crusade A French monk, who went by the name, 'Peter the Hermit', created a mixed up army, that consisted of soldiers and peasants. Peter and his army created a People's…

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    THE CRUSADES AND THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN The crusade is the group of wars which was undertaken by Christians of the western European which was done to control from the Muslim. These wars was held between 11th, 12th and the 13th century. This history is mostly about the wars and the political situations between the kingdoms. In the movie Kingdom of Heaven (2005) presents the drama related to the history of the crusades which started in an ancient time. This story is about the crusades of the kings…

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    Rodney Stark’s book, God’s Battalions: The Case for The Crusades, is an overview of the highly controversial Christian Crusades into the land of Israel from a predominantly Christian perspective. Stark covers reasons for why the Crusades happened, how they happened, and the effects they had on the people and culture who took part. In addition to this, Stark refutes many of the commonly shared claims about the Crusades and Christianity of that time, opposing views that hold Christians responsible…

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    The Crusades: A Catalyst for Exploration “God, glory, and gold--not necessarily in that order--took post-Renaissance Europeans to parts of the globe they had never before seen.”, states Larry Schweikart and Michael Patrick Allen at the beginning of their book, A Patriot’s History of the United States (Schweikart). Discoveries stemming from the Crusades’ driven hunger for gold and righteousness are explored in this paper along with contemporary examples of discoveries made to meet wartime needs.…

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    The Crusades Dbq

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    Byzantine Empire sparked the Crusades, a series of military campaigns with the purpose of recapturing Christian holy sites. These campaigns gave more power to the Pope, and the campaign also gave more power to the Christian nations that participated. The primary reason the Europeans joined the Crusades was religious motivation and the will to drive Muslims out of the Holy Land. The Europeans believed that spreading Christianity and driving Muslims out of the Holy Land was justified by God.…

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    the Crusades were started Crusades began as a series of some religious wars which the Latin Church sanctioned between the periods of 11th to 16th centuries. The aim of coming up with crusades was to save Jerusalem from the Islamic rule at that time. As much as crusades were for advancing the cause of Christ, they began as a way to free the Christians from the Islamic rule and force. This research paper explains all the crusades that started in Europe and determines if the crusades signify…

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    causing people to go into survival mode and fear because nowhere was safe to hide. People would think that they were next in line to die. Other tribes began to conquer many places and invade villages just to get the land. One of the strongest invaders were the vikings they were very skilled craftsman, warriors and sailors they were great at attacking in sea, rivers and streams. This lasted from 700 to1000. Supports also believe that one of the strongest reasons why the middle ages was so…

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    Kingdom Of Heaven

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    Scott, Kingdom of Heaven is one of the greatest films made by the film company Fox, which is based on the real story of the Crusaders. The film started with the unwilling entry to the Crusades of the protagonist Balian, a French blacksmith whose wife killed herself and who wanted to find outlet of his emotion and find salvation from his fault of killing his half brother in a moment of rage by fighting the holy war to protect the holy land of Jerusalem. When he reached Godfrey who turned out to…

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