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The Crusades. A Series of holy wars launched in 1096 by European Christians Pope Urban II. They were an attempt to recapture the Holy Lands (Jerusalem, etc.) from the Muslims. Crusaders wore large crosses on tunics vowing to take up the cross”.

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The crusades

The Crusades

A Series of holy wars launched in 1096 by European Christians Pope Urban II. They were an attempt to recapture the Holy Lands

(Jerusalem, etc.) from the Muslims.




  • 2 army to defeat the Seljuk Turks I Jerusalemnd Crusade, Seljuk's defeated the Christians for areas near Palestine.


3 rd crusade 1189 1192 saladin s muslim forces had captured jerusalem in 1187
3 army to defeat the Seljuk Turks I Jerusalemrd Crusade (1189-1192) Saladin's Muslim forces had captured Jerusalem in 1187.


Saladin



Impact of the crusades
Impact of the Crusades crusading…The Crusaders captured the Christian city of Constantinople.

  • They jumpstarted trade throughout the Mediterranean area and the Middle East– crusaders brought back fabrics (silk) spices (pepper) & perfumes.

  • Wider world view

  • Power of Pope & feudal rulers eventually declined

  • Power of Kings increased

  • Lasting bitterness between Muslims, Jews, and Christians.

  • Weakened the Byzantine Empire

Black Pepper


  • Shield of Edward the Black Prince: crusading…The Crusaders captured the Christian city of Constantinople. http://www.geocities.com/scalaska1/bigshield2.html

  • Tunic: http://www.mwart.com/xq/ASP.productlg/pid.2066/qx/crusader-tunic-with-rope-belt.htm

  • Map of First Crusade: http://alpha.montclair.edu/~lebelp/Millennium.html

  • Land Walls of Constantinople, recently restored to appear as they would have in 1204 A.D. http://www.geocities.com/egfrothos/FourthCrusade.html

  • troubadour: http://www.der-troubadour.de/minnesaenger.htm

  • Thomas Aquinas: http://www.der-troubadour.de/minnesaenger.htm

  • Dante’s Inferno, Gluttons: http://www.vampyra.com/demons/glutton.htm

  • Canterbury Tales: http://www.germanistik.fu-berlin.de/lehrangebote/anglistik_ps_ue.html

  • Black Plague: http://webs.wichita.edu/mschneegurt/biol103/lecture14/lecture14.html

  • Romanesque: http://art-of-paris.ca/history3.html

  • Reconquesta: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~izapa/Reconquest.html

  • Joan of Arc: http://www.hcdb.k12.hi.us/Studentwork/Joan.html

  • gothic cathedral: http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/fnart/arch/gothic_arch.html


  • Saladin: http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/sherwoodtimes/page5.htm crusading…The Crusaders captured the Christian city of Constantinople.

  • Black Pepper from: Salt-n-Peppers Plus.com

  • Ottoman Empire: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~gov46/

  • men of the city: http://herba.msu.ru/shipunov/e‑album/lms.htm

  • craftsmen: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/trevor.barker/farisles/guilds/armour/mail.htm

  • Battle of Hastings as depicted on the Bayeux Tapestry, the photo is from:

  • http://www.imh.org/imh/kyhpl2a.html

  • Ferdinand and Isabella: http://www.ignatiushistory.info/00133.html


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