What were the items that where brought back from the holy land?
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The Crusades were widely considered a failure, in that they failed to achieve their stated objective of spreading Christianity to the Holy Land. However, it brought many positive changes to European society as returning crusaders brought Muslim knowledge back with them, helping to spark the Renaissance.
A: The answer to this lies in whether Christians have a greater right to the Holy Land than do Muslims. The answer to this is that they do not. More controversially, perhaps even the Jews have no greater right to the Holy Land as a whole than do Muslims. Right now, Israel, a Jewish state, occupies most of the Holy Land. The Palestinians nominally occupy a smaller area of the Holy Land, but ruthlessly dominated…
Christian military expeditions to the Holy Land and the east to win back control from the Muslims were known as?
The European invasions of the Middle East (known as the Holy Land) were known as the Crusades. Between 1096 - 1291 there were seven major crusades, plus several minor ones, they were typically unsuccessful in controlling any of Christianity's major holy places (such as Jerusalem) except for short time periods before the Muslim forces regained control.