Who had the most power before the crusades?
The Crusades weakened the feudal nobility and increased the power of kings.
There are two types of crusades: the political crusades and the religious crusades. The crusades are used to win new converts and inform. Political crusades are usually used for power and fame.
Muslims controlled it before and after. The crusades were pointless
The Crusades was called the worlds most successful failure because it brought culture and technology back from the Middle East and they feudal system and the power of the church declines.
Most of the fighting of the Crusades is in Anatolia(Turkey) and the Kingdom of Jerusalem(Israel). Most of the people that came for the Crusades were from Europe.
The most important long term effect of the crusades is the increase of religious intolerance. For example, there has been a constant power struggle between the Jews, Catholics, and Muslims over the birth place of their religions; Jerusalem. Because of a lack of religious intolerance, that not only fueled but seemed to justify the fighting that went on during the crusades, after the crusades, and even in modern times.
The Crusades did not have a permanent effect on Muslims in Palestine.People's daily lives continued much as they had before the Crusades
They launched the crusades to retrieve power over the holy land.
They didn't. The crusades ended before America was colonized.
The Crusades generated that the church could even make a huge mob to kill anything they disliked, which shows power.
The Bible was written before the Crusades, and so it cannot 'justify' them. What "justifies" the Crusades is people who wished to find a justification for their actions.
George was dead hundreds of years before the Crusades so did not participate.
They brought back knowledge that had been lost before the crusades
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Crusades was a series of holy wars!The Crusades were holy wars between the Christan's and The Muslims. There were 7 Crusades in total. They went from 1095-1270. The main goal of the Crusades was the Christians wanted to take the Holy City Of Jerusalem out of the Muslims power. Hope this helped :D
An increase in the power of popes..
only the first crusade was successful and out of nine crusades
The crusades increased trade between Europe and Asia.
The European and Muslim cultures before the crusades commonly traded with one another. This is the reason why they had large fleets of merchant ships.
Many people participated in the Crusades including the Christians and the Muslims. The Byzantines and the Muslim Turks were the most prominent participants in the Crusades.
The first four crusades were the most important. After that they mainly lost purpose.
The Christians Of course
Most of the crusades were named for either the number of the crusade or the area to which armies were marching. Some examples include the First through Ninth Crusades, the Northern Crusades and the Albigensian Crusade.
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
Feudalism didn't die out completely from the Crusades. The Crusades helped it lessen a bit. This happened because nobles who joined the Crusades sold their land and freed the serfs. This reduced their power and enabled the kings to build stronger central governments.
From my knowledge, the soldiers of the Crusades used crossbows for pelting enemies at long distances, and I think the English used the crossbow the most in the Crusades.
I belive are the Hospitallers, they had properties in quite all of Europe after they "inherit" templars properties, and their order was made before the templars.
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
There were several saints in the Crusades but the most famous was King St. Louis IX of France.
The most regular soloist at the Billy Graham crusades, was George Beverly Shea.
The Crusades had, both, positive and negative outcomes on the economy. The Crusades aided in ending feudalism and bringing out the Renaissance. The Crusades pulling in the Knights to fight the wars left Monarchs in power and bringing in new, foreign, items made the merchants grow rich from the new trades.
Most of the battles of the Crusades took place in what is now the State of Israel and parts of the State of Palestine.
the first crusade
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… Read More
The United States most recently. The first of the ten crusades was started by order of the Pope.
The Church lost power after the Crusades: especially after the Children's Crusade because it was the madness of all families after the kids escaped, they blamed the Church. yep. that's it. Dang Crusades caused sooo many problems!!
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.
An increase in trade An increase in the power of popes A weakening of the Byzantine Empire
To retrieve power over the holy land.
Because they did not believe in the higher power of Botox Balls.
the holy land, Turks and Christians,for religion,money and power.
Nobles who joined the crusades sold their lands and freed their serfs. This reduced their power, which gave kings more power. Kings then built stronger central governments. Kings also began taxing the new trade with the Middle East. The taxes helped them build stronger kingdoms in Western Europe. The Crusades did not completely destroy the Feudal System.
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
They wanted to gain power since they asked the pope for help
The Crusaders were greedy because they wanted power and did not obey the pope because of there greed.
ottoman empire was not ww1 but even before in the time of the crusades
Yes, but it was captured and enslaved by the Muslims before it made it to Jerusalem.
In a word: France. Unfortunately, a simple "France" or "Germany" answer is not truly applicable. Countries as we know them today were really formed after the crusades. However, if one were to venture a guess as to which modern country suffered the most casualties during the crusades it would be France. They provided the most crusaders and settled the Holy Land the heaviest.
immediately before the arrival of the Crusaders, Jerusalem was in Sunni Islamic hands, specifically the Seljuq Empire. However, Jerusalem had been controlled at different points by believers in Canaanite Polytheism, Judaism, Greco-Roman Polytheism, Orthodox Christianity, and Sunni Islam.