What influences led to the crusades?
they lead the crusades yes. The crusades were an effort to retake Jerusalem.
Saladin was a Kurd who led Islam during some of the Crusades
The crusades started in 1095 and ended in 1291. They led to the decline of Feudalism.
The first crusade was led by French Nobles.
The social effects of the Crusades upon the social life of the Western nations were marked & important. The Crusades afforded an opportunity for romantic adventure. The Crusades were therefore one of the principal fostering influences of chivalry. Contact with the culture of the East provided a general refining influence.
Some people went on the crusades to seek wealth and some went to seek adventure.
yes because the middle east movement led by the Crusades can be seen today
The Crusades led a whole new confidence in human achievement.
Crusades had a major impact on the building of castles as many large castles were built across Europe. The crusades were expensive and led to the creation of governmental processes to asses and collect taxes. In turn, this led to the current taxation system that has now been adopted around the world.
Saladin led the Muslims in some of the Crusades.
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Bohemund of Taranto also led the crusades with Raymond of Toulouse Hope this helped :)
Louis VII led the second crusade that lasted from 1189-1192 Frederick Barbarossa, Phillip II, and Richard I led the third crusade
the Medieval Crusades
There were a number of Christian crusades to retake holy places in/around Jerusalem. King Sigurd of Sweden led a crusade, King Louis the 9th (A total failure), King Richard the Lionheart led the 3rd and very successful Crusade. There were perhaps a half-dozen more Crusades after the 3rd.
Saladin led the Muslim armies in their opposition to the Christian Crusaders.
St. Louis (Louis IX)
because their are beaner:)
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.
Richard Lionheart led the third crusade
Bishop Adhemar led the first official crusade in 1096
There are many influences from Mesopotamians however most of them are inventions. Mesopotamians invented both the calendar and the wheel. The wheel has led to many more inventions.
Christians and Muslims. Christians wanted to take the holy land away from the Muslims.
Check in the book! Lazy..... Ok there were 6 crusades. King John led them into the battle of Hastings. Also they were so powerful only when King Philip the II led the 5th one into the Complementary battle. It killed many soilders but it led them to glorius victory. They won the 4th one but yea. Your Welcome. My name is Erin Tofflemire Im in 6th grade i love tucker and tanner smith i wanna… Read More
Joan of Arc in the 1400s. Or the king Louis the 9th to the crusades.
What event led to greater interest in Medieval Europe in trade of clothes and spices with the Middle East and China?
Russia was invaded by Germany..............................
Glasnost and perestroika
Two of the four causes that led to the Renaissance are the black plague and the press. The other two causes that led to the Renaissance includes the changes in climate and the new trade routes taken by the crusades.
Generally, no. Western influences usually led to the decay of historic governmental institutions and rapid cultural change, especially during the imperialistic period.
The pope of Europe called the first crusade. He wanted to reunite the East and the West churches.
There were approximately 37,000 children involved in the children's crusade. French Army, Stephen led 30,000 children and German Army, Nicholas led 7,000 children.
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I think they had a lot of Pagan influences but weren't necessarily a Pagan band.
The Crusades led the economic uprising during the Middle ages of two important cities: Venine and Genoa. These Italian cities prospered becaused Crusaders (fighters for the Roman Catholic Church) traveled and fought in Western Europe. This activity led to new trade expanision between Italy and parts of Western Europe.
Which group later took control of the Holy Land attacked pilgrims and led Pope Urban to call for the Crusades?
It brought Greco-Roman culture back to the Europe, allowing intellectual/cultural fluorishing, which led to the Renaissance.
Factors that led to the decline of the middle ages are all due to the Crusades (that counts as one!) Medieval Europe's expansion view of the world Spices and clothes from Asia due to trade The decline of Feudalism due to the noble class no longer existing The economy became better due to all of these. The best way to describe it is that the Crusades led to the decline. :)
The Germans believed that catholism was the best and japanese didnt though of that
hatred against the jews,orthodox Christians and Japanese people.
Their politics were so screwed up they wanted to steal ours.
These were the two major monarchs representing the two opposing forces in the Third Crusade. Richard the Lionheart of England led the Christian troops and Saladin the Ayyubid led the Muslim troops.
The Christians of Europe led the Crusades, and sometimes their holy rulers or kings would lead them in battle. An example of this would be Pope Urban II on the first crusade. They were waged against the Muslims, Russian and Greek Orthodox Christians, Mongols, Cathars, Hussites.
Christians participated in the Crusades in order to regain access to the Holy Land in Jerusalem. They were also trying to stop the spread of Islam. Pope Urban II said if they went on the Crusade to fight for Christianity they would have a free pass to heaven.
External influences may affect the way the Constitution is interpreted. For example, the growing unpopularity of slavery in the world led to an abolition in the US even though the Constitution implicitly recognized the existence of the practice.