To capture Jerusalem and gain control of the Holy Lands. However, eventually the Christian troops also extended the crusade to include taking Spain from the Moors and the Slavs from Eastern Europe.
The Byzantine Empire was greatly weakened by the Fourth Crusade in 1204, which captured large swathes of the empire, including Constantinople. Though the Queen of Cities and much of the lost land was eventually reclaimed, the Latins had severely damaged both the economy and the military capabilities of what they had conquered initially- indeed, Constantinople was nearly deserted. The Byzantines were further weakened by a series of civil wars in the 14th century, and finally by the growth of the Ottoman Turks, who finally laid siege to Constantinople in 1453 and captured it, thus finally ending the Byzantine Empire.
Monasticism is a life of living apart from society in order to better worship.
the spanish fought the Muslims
The vikings caused people to build castles and contributed to the rise of feudalism. They caused people to build walled towns.
The Vikings affected European society by forcing small groups or tribes to being working together to protect themselves. They also cause the creation of castles and barriers.
They formally split the Christian Church apart They created two completely separate churches.
Justinian I's major goals during his reign were to reunite the Roman Empire, return it to its former glory , and to reclaim lost territory in the West.
They intensified the religious experience by helping worshipers feel closer to God.
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The arts flourished.
To give more rights to nobles
To weaken the power of the king
The appointment of church officials by kings and nobles rather than by the pope
Investment in riskier activities. =)
The First Crusade was the only successful Crusade.
The two religion that fought in Europe during the middle ages were the Christians and the Muslims.
What is 2+2
Venice increased its power.
In a feudal society, serfs had to pay lords with crops
farmland, forests, the lord's house or castle, and a peasant village