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  • Crusades [[1]] Christianity and Violence [[2]]
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  • the Crusades was the 12th century, following the First Crusade and the foundation of the Crusader states; in the 13th century and beyond, Crusades were
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  • Triumvirate Struggle Second Triumvirate Struggle The Barbarian Invasions The Crusades -- Urban II, Saladin Hundred Years' War Vikings Battle of Tours Battle
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  • display of power by the medieval papacy was the crusades. From 1096 to 1272, no less than twelve crusades took place. Any man who participated was promised
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  • economic and military reasons but more so for the Crusaders / Catholic Church. During the Crusades of the 12th century sections of the Mediterranean coastline
    47 KB (6,066 words) - 22:04, 1 May 2016
  • the crusaders to Orthodox Church leaders. The crusades inspired a new form of soldiery, that of the Christian military order. While the crusades were
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  • The Fatimids 909-1171 Monarchies in England and France 1066-1223 The Crusades 1095-1291 The Mongols 1200-1405 Muslim, Christian and Jewish Interactions
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  • attitudes toward life. The Crusades were then launched in the name of reclaiming the Holy Land, and although the Crusades primarily involved fighting
    1 KB (247 words) - 18:02, 31 January 2013
  • The roots of the Renaissance can be found in the Crusades of the 11th century onwards. The Crusaders main aim was to liberate Jerusalem from Muslim control
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  • intent of hitting them. The Children‘s Crusade was a possibly legendary event that occurred in 1212 during The Crusades. The incident at Harper’s Ferry was
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  • Medieval Church Christianization Celtic Christianity The Holy Roman Empire Crusades The Great Schism The Eastern Orthodox Church Franciscans Inquisition Waldensians
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  • prosperity enough to build great cathedrals and send European armies abroad on crusades. After 1250, demographic stagnation emerged. Population growth slowed or
    26 KB (3,931 words) - 12:44, 27 March 2016
  • Christians. The medieval Christians led bloody wars among themselves, made crusades against the Islam, exterminated indigenous peoples in the colonization
    19 KB (3,319 words) - 12:20, 24 November 2013
  • Two of the biggest wars that happened during the Middle Ages were the Crusades and the 100 Year War. Each was a massive series of battles, where thousands
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  • their message to billions. Furthered by numerous persuasive practices (crusades, conquests, missionaries, inquisitions, torture, trials and burnings, to
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  • importance of the satellite countries. Religion as a basis for conflict (crusades). The issue with copyright laws and intellectual property (for instance
    591 bytes (91 words) - 21:46, 22 March 2012
  • The Fatimids 909-1171 Monarchies in England and France 1066-1223 The Crusades 1095-1291 The Mongols 1200-1405 Muslim, Christian and Jewish Interactions
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  • The Crusaders ultimately failed in the face of resurgent Muslim forces. Western Europeans within Church and State argued for and against the Crusades. Despite
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  • There were many evil things done by the church in the Dark ages. For example there was the Inquisition, the crusades and heretics were burned to death.
    799 bytes (134 words) - 18:29, 5 January 2016
  • factors—nationalism (due to an increased pride in the days of early Rome), the Crusades, revival of trade—helped to bring about reform. Throughout Italy (Florence
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