Asked in Crusades
Why was the first crusade important?
To some people it does not matter. But for Catholic people, this was a major event. The first crusade conquered Jerusalem. Jerusalem is said to be where Jesus died and then resuscitated. The four nobles that led the crusade then killed all people in the city and the survivors were sold into slavery. ...
Asked in Crusades
Which crusade was most successful and why?
To answer this question in the most simplest form you must look at the aim of the crusades; although there were many secondary aims for the crusades the main reason from the first four crusades to embark was to capture Jerusalm, which had been help by the Muslims since 638AD. So taking this into respect the first crusade must have been the most successful because it was the only one out of the first four crusades to capture Jerusalm! ...
What were the four most important cities in the Holy Land at the time of the First Crusade?
The Principality of Antioch The County of Edessa The Kingdom of Jerusalem The County of Tripoli ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What were 3 states that were established by England?
England did not establish any states. They established colonies. Four at first... then it progressed to 13 that later became states after the war. ...
Asked in Word Games, United States of America, Scattergories and Words Starting with Certain Letters
The first four letters of which U.S. states form a word?
Alaska Connecticut Maine Maryland Massachusetts Mississippi Missouri Washington West Virginia also, all states that have only four letters ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
What four states that meets and makes four right angle?
Take out a map of the U.S. Locate Arizona. Look at its borders with other states, and find the four right angles. These are the "Four Corners" states. ...