Why do you think religious intolerance increased during and after the Crusades Crusades?
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 encouraged religious fanaticism and gross intolerance. It was a very nasty version of 'Onward, Christian soldiers!' During the crusades,many thousands of Jews were unnecessarily slaughtered by the Christians and the Muslims, as they took no part in the crusades.
During the middle Ages, the two primary religions in conflict during the Crusades were Christianity and Islam. Forces from each side fought for many reasons, and many of them religious: each side wished to influence the other on behalf of their own religious convictions.
religious fervor and a really big sword
The Roman Catholics and Muslims.
They were called crusades. There were a number of crusades to the Holy Land, but there were others, such as the Northern Crusades against pagans of the Baltic region, and the Albigensian Crusade against French heretics.
It was, above all, misguided religious zeal during the Crusades that encouraged antisemitism.
Jerusalem is in the heart of the modern State of Israel and the Palestinian Territories. It was important during the Crusades due to the religious significance that the city of Jerusalem has in Christianity, especially as concerns the events of the crucifixion.
It depends on when those Germans killed the Jews that they killed. During the Crusades, it was due to religious fervor. During the Holocaust, it was because pseudo-scientific racism.
Probably most during the Crusades. That is when Europeans had most contact with Muslims. Islam has always been a minority religion in Europe. The number of converts has increased recently, due to the increased interest in Islam after 9/11.
I was not alive during the crusades.
At that point in time it was all about the crusades, "christians" who went into foreign territory and ransacked the place in the name of God. So a medieval/primitive christianity was the main system of religious beliefs
When studying the crusades and the beginning of it, religion was perhaps the greatest factor. Roman Catholic Europe wanted to restore Christian control of the Holy Land, which the Muslims had rule over and used religious beliefs in order to sanction the campaigns.
During the period of time between 1840 and 1850, the Protestant religions comprised 95% of the US population. The increase of Catholic immigrants, mostly from Ireland caused that percentage to drop to 90%. That figure is still massive, however, the ethnic and religious intolerance did cause a push back by many nativists. One clear example of US ethnic and religious intolerance raised its ugly head in the Mexican War. There Irish US soldiers deserted to… Read More
Well, in the early middle ages, the Eastern Roman Empire still survived and expanded. During the high middle ages which began after 1000, the population of Europe increased greatly as new technological and agricultural innovations allowed trade to flourish and crop yields to increase. The crusades occured during this time period. The crusades were a "Holy Christian war"
Jews migrated to places in Europe where they were encourage to live and work, or where they would be at least tolerated. One such place was Poland. There were parts of the Holy Roman Empire where they also lived in great numbers. Importantly, a large number of them lived in Holland, and this number increased with migrations that took place after the Middle Ages at a time in the Renaissance marked by religious intolerance elsewhere.
During the Crusades, land was being fought over and won by Europe. With these territorial conquests, the Europeans won many parts of different lands. Such land gave them Muslim contact, allowing new ideas and cultures to spread; cultural diffusion. This increased Europe's trading ways with the Middle East and also, indirectly, weakening the feudal system. Your Welcome :)
How did the Crusades affect the economy and government of Europe and relations among religious groups?
Well during the crusades many feudal lords lost Thieu money soldiers and recourse's their fore this weakened their power. Crusades also caused new conflicts between Christan's Jews and Muslim's. Jews ended many Jewish peoples lives on their way to Palestine. Once their they did the same 2 Muslims fear of hatred Christians continued many years After the crusades ended.
Saladin was a Kurd who led Islam during some of the Crusades
I'm afraid, that no matter where I check, I cannot find any reference to anyone named Eleazar during the Crusades.
During the crusades there was many advancements, but castle building may be one of the most prominent. The dome like structure at the top of castles was created during the crusades and Edward II made many castles during that time period
Assuming you mean a crusade: Crusades were religious calls of duty to the Roman Catholics in Europe during the the medieval ages. They were called by the Popes to capture certain towns controlled by those who were against the religion. Crusades were most commonly held on the middle eastern coast, and the most common city was Jerusalem. The last answer was incorrect.
what are some of the quotes during the time period of the crusades
The muslims and crusaders fought against each other in the middle ages during the crusades.
No..the crusades were intended to capture Jerusalem for Christianity and to oust the Moslems from there. The Jews suffered terribly during the crusades.
The tradition is that they found certain artifacts and religious knowledge during the crusades and organized themselves and their descendants to protect it all. It may be more myth and legend than history, but the tales persist.
revivals Revivals were religious meetings that increased people's interest in religion. Religious revivals took place throughout the United States during the 1820s and 1830s. Preachers would often travel to different locations and give sermons to large groups of people at meetings held outdoors. Many of the reform movements of the time were associated with the increased participation in religious activities.
During the Crusades, Richard I fought against a man named Saladin, who was the Sultan of Egypt and Syria.
Christians mostly killed Muslims and Jews during the Crusades. The whole thing was wrong- it was a slaughter.
Some joined for hopes of fame and fortune. Others for religious reasons. Several Popes pushed to have the Holy Lands free of the Arabs.
Those who fought during the crusades were: the Seljuk Turks, the European Christians, and the Muslims.
Over a million people were killed during all the crusades.
The Crusades contributed to the wealth of the Church by bringing back plundered goods. The Church also became stronger as a result of the crusades because of its influence over the people during the Crusades.
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.
6 Million Jews...
The Crusades to the Holy Land all happened during the High Middle Ages. There were later military actions also called Crusades that happened in other places. An example was the Hussite Crusade, which happened in Central Europe during the period of 1420 to 1434.
During the crusades
Feudalism was a system of government during the Middle Ages. And the Crusades is a medieval military expedition.
The Crusades lasted about 200 years.
Christianity and islam
they killed people
Muslims, or Moors
The leader of the tribe
The Crusades was Primarily targeted at the Muslims by the Christians. Jewish people that lived in Muslim conquered lands were also killed during the crusades because of their rejection of Jesus.
This question makes no sense. If you intend to ask, "Who controlled Jerusalem during the Crusades?" the answer would be Moslems for the majority of the time with a Christian interlude between the First and Second 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.
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