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Copy of The Crusades
Transcript of Copy of The Crusades
After the Christianization of the Vikings, Slavs, and Magyars there was an entire class of warriors who now had very little to do but fight amongst themselves and terrorize the peasant population.
they weren't able to go because the Muslims cut off Christian access to the city. 444 Which is what pushed them to start the crusades The Crusaders also knew that if they succeeded they would be in favor of Pope Urban II The crusades started in 1095 and the crusader has met many people from France and Germany. Crusaders and all the other people traveling with them were nervous about leaving because they didn't know what they were going face on their journey. Half way through the journey, the Crusaders have been through harsh terrain and some people are even getting sick. By this time of the journey, many have died from sickness or exposure to harsh terrain and elements but the Crusaders is still keeping strong and staying with the group. When they arrived at Jerusalem they experienced a warmer climate than what they're used to. The Crusaders were attacked by the Muslims in Jerusalem. The Christians lost and who ever survived were forced to travel home. After 9 tries, or the 9 Crusades, the Christians finally gained access to Jerusalem in 1272. The Year was 1095 But... THE END Crusade Dates of Crusade Crusades Timeline of Events
First Crusade 1096 - 1099 The People's Crusade - Freeing the Holy Lands. 1st Crusade led by Count Raymond IV of Toulouse and proclaimed by many wandering preachers, notably Peter the Hermit
Second Crusade 1144 -1155 Crusaders prepared to attack Damascus. 2nd crusade led by Holy Roman Emperor Conrad III and by King Louis VII of France
Third Crusade 1187 -1192 3rd Crusade led by Richard the Lionheart of England, Philip II of France, and Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I. Richard I made a truce with Saladin
Fourth Crusade 1202 -1204 4th Crusade led by Fulk of Neuil French/Flemish advanced on Constantinople
The Children's Crusade 1212 The Children's Crusade led by a French peasant boy, Stephen of Cloyes
Fifth Crusade 1217 - 1221 The 5th Crusade led by King Andrew II of Hungary, Duke Leopold VI of Austria, John of Brienne
Seventh Crusade 1248 - 1254 The 7th Crusade led by Louis IX of France
Sixth Crusade 1228 - 1229 The 6th Crusade led by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II
Eighth Crusade 1270 The 8th Crusade led by Louis IX
Ninth Crusade 1271 - 1272 The 9th Crusade led by Prince Edward (later Edward I of England)