What were all of the effects of the Crusades?
The Crusades kept all Europe in a tumult for two centuries, and directly and indirectly cost Christendom several millions of lives (from 2,000,000 to 6,000,000 according to different estimates), besides incalculable expenditures in treasure and suffering. They were, moreover, attended by all the disorder, license, and crime with which war is always accompanied. On the other hand, the Holy Wars were productive indirectly of so much and lasting good that they form a most important… Read More
The cause of the crusades on Europe of the middle ages were an important factor in the history of the progress of civilization. The effects of the crusades influenced the wealth and power of the catholic church and MORE! hope this helped! :-D
The were positive and negative overall effects of the Crusades. There were new provinces conquered and there were new forms of trade incomes that were established among others.
some of the affects were that the crusades were disliked by the people of England. they made people poor.
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.
Tolerance for other people
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The effects of the crusades were an increase in trade between Asia and Europe.Second,kings take power away from the popes.Third,tension grows inbetween the christians,muslims,and the jews.
the effect was war
1. The crusades also gave rise to the important knightly orders, the Knights Templar, the Teutonic Knights and the Hospitaller 2. The effects of the Crusades on Europe of the Middle Ages were an important factor in the history of the progress of civilization. 3. The effects of the Crusades influenced the wealth and power of the Catholic Church, Political matters, commerce, feudalism, intellectual development, social effects, material effects and the effects of the crusades… Read More
Not all of the Crusades were successful. There were about eleven different crusades and only a few were successful.
A result of the crusades was all of the Byzantine Empire
he was the leader of all the crusades.:)
some of the affects were that the crusades were disliked by the people of England. they made people poor. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_were_some_of_the_effects_of_the_crusades#ixzz1wKL1EUe8
Muslims united against a common enemy.
Trade expanded and towns boomed
There were 8 crusades all together.
Over a million people were killed during all the crusades.
Depression, loss of family, deaths, kind of the effects of war nowdays. It united them in defense against the Crusaders.
there were actually 13 crusades for all the 13 colonies
Crusaders returned to Europe with additions to mathematics and the sciences.
A mass migration to the holy lands. A never ending war.
Crusaders brought back goods increasing trade.
More religious faith = keeping the people in check
The main effect wa that the crusders were in trouble
The crusades had positive effects on Eastern Europe. For instance, it lead to the conquering of the provinces known as the crusader states that provided a new form of trade income.
Muslims belived that if you died in a holy war you go to heaven.
They formed a strong diversion against religions (mainly Muslim and Christian). The crusades influenced power of the Catholic Church, political matters, commerce, feudalism, intellectual development, social effects, material effects, and promoted the famous voyages of discovery.
increased trade between Middle East and Europe, and broke down feudalism
She didn't. All she could do was write about the Crusades and her feelings, since she was in exile.
The Crusades was won by the Muslims. This is because as their were a total of 7 crusades, 6 were "won" by the Muslims. The first crusade involved christians taking over jerusalem, and killing all other civlians. The next involved Salahudin taking back the Holy Land , and then holding it and defending against 7 more crusades
The Crusades were started when Pope Urban II tried to take back Jerusalem from the Muslims. There were actually a series of nine crusades, all of which he lost.
Effects of the Crusades on Commerce One of the most important effects of the crusades was on commerce. They created a constant demand for the transportation of men and supplies, encouraged ship-building, and extended the market for eastern wares in Europe. Effects of the Crusades on Feudalism The crusades could not fail to affect in many ways the life of western Europe. For instance, they helped to undermine feudalism. Private warfare, which was rife during… Read More
Because of the Crusades there is to this day tension between Christians, Jews, and Muslims; especially in the middle east. Another effects: formidable costs, crimes, destruction, murders, robberies, hate, wars. Crusades were criminal actions of the damned catholics from the Western Europe.
Weakend Popes and Nobles. Weakened Byzantine Empire. Then byzantine was conquered by the Ottman Turks.
the templar knights
The long term effects from the crusades, apart from we now share Jerusalem were our food and rich wines. Because they started making profits from them, they managed to buy more and send the price up for their customers. This managed to buy more then send the price up again which made them more money and us a more richer diet. That is the long term effect for us. The short term effects of the… Read More
http://www.billygraham.org/glossyIncludes/CrusadeMinistries_Index/BGCrusadeChronology.pdf the above link will supply all crusades in chronological order.
The crusades were important because of longlasting effects on Europe. Seen as the first attempt by Christianity to fight Muslim expansion. Also helped make the division of the churches (roman catholic and eastern orthodox) permanent. That is because one of the crusades (FOURTH) attacked constantinople.
Germany, France, and Great Brittan all participated in the Crusades. Anyone who followed under the Pope.
there were less of them cuz they died in battle but they would have been happy that they got there holy land back
It still causes tension between Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
Ostensibly the reason for the Crusades was to retake Jereusalem from the followers of Mohammed. However it seems clear that a parallel reason for the Crusades was the same as the reason for all wars.
an attempt to spread Roman Catholicism.
Christians were promised forgiveness and a spot in heaven if they joined the crusades.
the effect that the crusades had on the Jews were that they wouldn't have enough and all of them would die on the ship or during the trip.
Jerusalem was the final city in all the crusades because the muslims and christians tried getting there because thats where palestine was, the holy land. Simi
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… Read More
Cause - to increase land territory and wealth. Effect - life was, good or bad, it shaped the way we are now.
Many Jewish communities were wiped out, especially in France and Germany, as well as some in the Holy Land.