How did the Crusades lead to the Renaissance?
The Crusaders contributed to the increase of trade by demanding more of the goods found in Asia. This increased demand, in turn, led to yet more trade with the Muslim world. Using what they had learned, such as navigation techniques, Europeans then sought trade with civilizations on other continents. Contacts with Muslim scholars and their preserved greek and roman texts brought the Europeans a wealth of knowledge about medicine, art and government, much of which contributed to the change and learning during the Renaissance.
How did the crusades and the population decline in the 14th and 15th centuries bring about the Renaissance?
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1. What were the Crusades? They were a series of military campaigns. 2. Why were the Crusades fought? They were fighting for Jerusalem. 3. Who were the participants in the Crusades? The Christians and the Muslims. 4. Where did the majority of battles take place? Jerusalem. 5. When did the Crusades take place? 1095 AD - 1291 AD. 6. What was the outcome of the Crusades. Christians lost the military part of it. Europe's Renaissance…
The Crusades had, both, positive and negative outcomes on the economy. The Crusades aided in ending feudalism and bringing out the Renaissance. The Crusades pulling in the Knights to fight the wars left Monarchs in power and bringing in new, foreign, items made the merchants grow rich from the new trades.
The soldiers that were recruited during that time period were mostly common people who had not been more than 50 miles away from their house. When they went off to war they had seen things they had never even dreamed of. In this sense the common man suddenly had knowledge of and when they went home they shared that. Because of the crusades people started to have an interest in learning. This lead to the…
Just one of the many effects on European society from the crusades was the introduction of arabic numerals to European society. Arabic numerals are the numbers we recognize today 1,2,3...etc. This was a major change from Roman numerals, and was much more effective. The introduction of arabic numerals allowed for more complex and precise mathematics. This also allowed medieval banks to properly caculate interest which lead to an increase in wealth and a contributing factor…
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In the beginning (the first Crusades) Christianity was the entire reason for the Crusades. They were called for by Pope Urban II (the lead "Christian" at the time) mainly to recapture the Holy Land Jerusalem (Palestine at the time) from Muslim control. There were other factors too, including wealth and forgiveness of sins.
The Crusades were widely considered a failure, in that they failed to achieve their stated objective of spreading Christianity to the Holy Land. However, it brought many positive changes to European society as returning crusaders brought Muslim knowledge back with them, helping to spark the Renaissance.