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The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades


The crusading movement

"The existence of Islam was the most far-reaching problem in medieval Christendom.”

- R.W. Southern (medieval historian)


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience


The crusading movement

Great mosque of Cordoba


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement


The crusading movement

Pope Urban II Preaches a Crusade: Clermont, France (1095)


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades

A. First Crusade & Crusader States


The crusading movement

Massacre at Jerusalem


The crusading movement

Crusader States


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades

A. First Crusade & Crusader States

B. Military Religious Orders


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades

A. First Crusade & Crusader States

B. Military Religious Orders

C. Eventual Failure of the Crusades


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades

A. First Crusade & Crusader States

B. Military Religious Orders

C. Eventual Failure of the Crusades

D. The Fourth Crusade: A Disaster for Byzantine-Latin Relations


The crusading movement

The Crusaders' fleet besieges Constantinople (1204)


The crusading movement

Four Horsemen, St. Mark's Square, Venice, Italy(Taken from Constantinople by crusaders during the Fourth Crusade;

brought as spoils to Venice)


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades

V. Jews in the First Crusade (background for reading)


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades

V. Jews in the First Crusade

A. Early Medieval Background


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades

V. Jews in the First Crusade

A. Early Medieval Background

B. First Crusade: Riots in the Rhineland


The crusading movement

Execution of Jews during the Crusades


The crusading movement

The Crusading Movement

I. Introduction: Defining “the Crusades”

A. From the Medieval Latin Perspective

II. Background to the Crusades

A. The Spanish Experience

B. Reconquista

III. Rise of the Crusading Movement

IV. Progress of the Crusades

V. Jews in the First Crusade (background for reading)

Conclusion: Religion and Violence


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