The popes promised the crusaders that they would go to Heaven if
they fought in the crusades
The pope promised remission of sins to all those who fought in the crusade. In other words he promised all those who fought would be spiritually cleansed all of their sins, regardless of what they did in later life. Essentially a one way ticket to heaven.
Those who fought during the crusades were: the Seljuk Turks, the European Christians, and the Muslims.
who were the crusades fought by
He promised them complete remission (forgiveness) of their sins.
Christians were promised forgiveness and a spot in heaven if they joined the crusades.
the crusades were fought in the middle east, some in spain, germany and byzantine.
The Crusades were fought by the Christians and the Muslims.
because normally they were promised to get things if they went but most never survived to make it back to get those things
Fought in the middle east they were.
No. The Crusades were wars fought between Christians and Islam.
The two mains sides that fought in the crusades were the Christians and Muslims.
Christians were promised a number of things to make them join the crusades including forgiveness and a spot in heaven.
Crusades fought in the Middle East occurred in the medieval times, from 1096 to 1291.
Well the Crusades were, obviously, fought, from 1096-1291 when Acre fell to the Saracens in the region known as the Levant
There were 8 crusades all together.
The main area that the Crusades were fought was in the city of Jerusalem.
Who were in the Crusades who started the Crusades who fought in the Crusades how long did each Crusade last how long was the longest Crusade
Not far the Crusades were fought on or near the Arabian Penensula
The Crusades were fought between Christians and Muslims. They fought in the Middle Ages, and actually fought violently. Both sides wanted to take control of Jerusalem.
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The Crusades were religious wars fought in medieval times.
The muslims and crusaders fought against each other in the middle ages during the crusades.
It was fought as an answer to the fall of the Country of Edessa by the forces of Zengi.
All the soldiers that fought in the Crusades were Crusaders, and you could identify them by the red cross on their white cloth over their armor. Christians and Muslims:)
The crusades were vicious fighters who fought for Jerusalem and fought and fought and stuff and jiggly puff and i won
The surfs fought in the Crusades because they wanted the same rights as the nobles.
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Because Jerusalem was the promised land.
indulgences, basically a ticket in to heaven
because their religion promised that if they died fighting crusades then they would get entry into heaven
the Pope declared the salvation of all those who fought for Christianity. This does not seem right to me.
that they would go straight to heaven if they died on a crusade.
because.........they needed to capture Jerusalem
It was fought for in the crusades.
How about the Christians and Muslims
Jerusalem was one of them...
The Crusades were an attempt by the Christian States to retake the Holy Land from the Muslims, who had invaded an captured it.
Well, lets not be as specific as "Catholic", but yes, the Christians and the Muslims fought in the Crusades.
Some were fought in what is present day Turkey, but most were fought in or around preset day Israel.
Europe WAS the Crusaders and they fought in the Middle East to take Jerusalem.
The crusades fought in many places bringing many desises which included black death
I can only think about one.. and this is... the crusades is a holy war fought between the Christians and the Muslisms for Jerualem.
muslim invaders of the holy land
Christianity and Islam
yes,he fought in third crusade
He said that no matter what, whoever fought in the crusades would have a guaranteed spot in heaven.
The main purpose of the Crusades were to capture the holy city of Jerusalem, and the conquest of Muslim "heathen" lands.
It Is Called The Crusades They're were a total of 9 crusades
The Crusades were sponsored and fought by the Catholic Church and the people who went were Christians to take back the “Holy Land.”
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