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Lecture 19: The Crusades

Lecture 19: The Crusades

Lecture 19: The Crusades -- “Crusade” (“cross”) was the name given to more than a dozen campaigns by Christians of Western Europe against Muslims in the Holy Lands between 1096 and 1291 -- Crusades were possible because of the creation of new kingdoms

By lotus
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The Crusades

The Crusades

The Crusades In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Pilgrim Crusades Students will also be able to explain one cause of the Crusades and one effect of the Crusades. In the seventh century, Muslims conquered Palestine. Muslim Conquest

By libitha
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The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages 1066-1485 Norman Invasion Battle of Hastings Duke William of Normandy, William the Conqueror defeats King Harold of England Start of the Medieval Period Norman Influence Emphasis on law and order Cultural unity Inventory of land Doomsday Book

By Angelica
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Chivalry and Gender Stereotypes

Chivalry and Gender Stereotypes

Chivalry and Gender Stereotypes. T. William Altermatt, Ph.D. Hanover College. Last wireless message transmitted by the Titanic : “Have cleared boats and filled them with women and children” Reactions in the newspapers mixed Praising the heroism of the men…. …and criticizing feminism.

By jacob
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Medieval Spain

Medieval Spain

Medieval Spain. Andres Quiceno, MD Based on “A Vanished World” By Chris Lowney.

By Jimmy
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The Medieval Era

The Medieval Era

The Medieval Era. The medieval period stretches between the fourth and fourteenth centuries The term medieval was coined by latter people looking to connect their own time to classical antiquity. . Medieval Western Hemisphere. Lords and Ladies, Knights and Samurai.

By Albert_Lan
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The Crusades Theme: Mixed reasons for and mixed results of warfare

The Crusades Theme: Mixed reasons for and mixed results of warfare

The Crusades Theme: Mixed reasons for and mixed results of warfare. Lesson 22. ID & SIG. Constantinople, Crusades, Italian city-states, Jerusalem, reasons for the Crusades, Reconquista , results of the Crusades, Pope Urban, Richard the Lion Heart, Saladin.

By issac
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The Crusades

The Crusades

The Crusades. By Marco Storchi, Maureen Chudnovsky and Mariano Tortorelli. MENU. What are The Crusades?. First Crusade (1095-1099). Children’s Crusade (1212). Eighth Crusade (1270). Third Crusade (1187-1192). Sixth Crusade (1228-1229). Fourth Crusade (1202-1204). Seventh Crusade

By clemance
(398 views)

The Medieval Era

The Medieval Era

The Medieval Era. The medieval period stretches between the fourth and fourteenth centuries The term medieval was coined by latter people looking to connect their own time to classical antiquity. . Medieval Western Hemisphere. Lords and Ladies, Knights and Samurai.

By pules
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What Were the Crusades?

What Were the Crusades?

What Were the Crusades?. A series of military expeditions from Western Europe Launched by Popes Originally directed at reconquering the Holy Land Later included other goals like elimination of heretics, reconquest of Spain, and consolidation of Papal States

By terence
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Western Europe During the Late Middle Ages

Western Europe During the Late Middle Ages

Western Europe During the Late Middle Ages. Mr. Millhouse World History AP Hebron High School. The Rise of Regional States. Holy Roman Empire Loose confederation of states Tense relationships with the papacy prevents creation of powerful state Capetian Dynasty in France

By hayward
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The Medieval Church

The Medieval Church

The History of Christianity. The Medieval Church. © John Stevenson, 2008. 1. 500. 1500. 2000. 1000. A Timeline of Church History. The Ancient Church. The Medieval Church. The Reformed Church. Leo. Attilla. HUNS. Angles and Saxons. HUNS. Goths. Ostrogoths. Visigoths.

By stacie
(106 views)

Life and Times During Medieval Europe 500 to 1400 AD

Life and Times During Medieval Europe 500 to 1400 AD

The Middle Ages. Life and Times During Medieval Europe 500 to 1400 AD. Changes in Western Europe. Repeated invasions and constant warfare ended the Western Roman Empire: Disruption of Trade--Merchants faced invasions from land and sea. Businesses collapse and money becomes scarce.

By kayo
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The Middle Ages 1066-1485

The Middle Ages 1066-1485

The Middle Ages 1066-1485. After the Norman Invasion England ( and the world) would forever be changed… This was due to one man…. William, Duke of Normandy also known as William the Conqueror.

By thuong
(171 views)

Chapter 7: The Challenge of Christendom:Church and Empire in Tension

Chapter 7: The Challenge of Christendom:Church and Empire in Tension

Chapter 7: The Challenge of Christendom:Church and Empire in Tension. Pages 125-145. 5 major concepts: #1. Two English Sources of Light: Benedictine monks Boniface and Bede Boniface>conversions Boniface>crowning a king foreshadows church/state entanglements.

By lamya
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Chapter 9 &10

Chapter 9 &10

Chapter 9 &10. Formation of Europe and the Middle Ages . Chapter 9; Section 1 . After the fall of the Roman Empire, Europe was divided into smaller what? . German States. Who was the first German king to convert to Christianity? . Clovis

By kata
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Chapter 11: From the Crusades to New Muslim Empires

Chapter 11: From the Crusades to New Muslim Empires

Chapter 11: From the Crusades to New Muslim Empires. CH 11 Preview Activity. You see pieces of paper/cardboard on the floor You are divided into 3 teams You will win by acquiring “territory” – some part of your body must be touching the “territory”

By navid
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The High Middle Ages

The High Middle Ages

1000-1500. The High Middle Ages. The Crusades. Objectives: Identify the main causes of the crusades Describe the outcome of the first crusade Describe the outcomes of the other major crusades Explain how the crusades affected Europe. Causes of the Crusades.

By webb
(191 views)

Capitalism and Socialism

Capitalism and Socialism

Capitalism and Socialism. God Cares About Government so you should too!. Freedom or “Free Stuff”. God Cares About Government so you should too!. Via Negativa. Capitalism. Current Bias. Germany Jew = hatred America Capitalism/rich =hatred Christian school

By halima
(134 views)

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages. Charlemagne-. Rule and reunited Europe 800s after ________ Invaders France, Germany, Italy. Post Charlemagne. Empire crumbled in 814. Knights. Lengthy Training warriors “ ” Wealthiest out of archers and foot soldiers.

By latika
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