One major positive result from the Crusades was from the new territories that were conquered. The new territory brought in more income.
The Crusades increased trade and commerce.
A result of the crusades was all of the Byzantine Empire
discovery of the new worldOne indirect result of the Crusades was that the feudal system was not as strong as it had been. Another indirect result was that trade and commerce picked up.
Growth in trade and in economy.
the crusades were too week to fight
The crusades marked the split in the midieval times, during the crusades, they cause a social change in Europe turning towards the renaissance era. social change includes a diffrent diet, clothing and arcitecture
The crusades were the result of the Pope wanting to get back the holy land with Jerusalem and its surrounding biblically historic cities. There were nine of them and the first four are considered to be the most important.
There were 8 crusades all together.
Genoa, Pisa, and Venice flourished as a result of the Crusades because the Crusades increased trade in the area. :D
Cultural Diffusion increases
New territories were established.
The Pope hoped that the Eastern Church (Orthodox) and Western Church (Catholic) would be reunited as a result of the Crusades.
The Crusades contributed to the wealth of the Church by bringing back plundered goods. The Church also became stronger as a result of the crusades because of its influence over the people during the Crusades.
the purpose of the Crusades is to free the Holy Land of the Muslims. To convert religions to Christianity!
The Crusades brought knowledge of Muslim culture to Europe. As a result, those who did not participate in the Crusades grew more intolerant and began to view all non-Christians as their enemies. This led to the increase in the persecution of Jew in Europe.
The crusades were a failure to the Christians. They kept winning and then losing, but the final result was that the Muslims won the land.
One-third of the population died; was a cause for the crusades; lead to the end of feudalism.
Most of the crusades were named for either the number of the crusade or the area to which armies were marching. Some examples include the First through Ninth Crusades, the Northern Crusades and the Albigensian Crusade.