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Causes and Effects of the Crusades

Chad Olivarez Pd. 3
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Chad Olivarez

on 21 December 2012

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Transcript of Causes and Effects of the Crusades

Causes and Effects The Crusades Cuase Long term Effect Cause Immediate Effect Long term Effect Cause Long term Effect Since Europe is divided into separate feudal kingdoms, the one person that could organize a religious crusade is the Pope There was a decline in the pope's reputation after the Popes crusades failed The Muslims Conquer large sections of the Byzantine empire so they could invade easily invade Europe next The entire Byzantine empire is eventually conquered by the Muslims in 1453 Christians Conquered part of the Holy Land, including Jerusalem Christians wanted the Holy Land because it was a massive trading route Europeans try newgoods in the Holy Land and take them back to Europe to trade and people pay for these goods Cause Europeans were willing to fight and die for Christianity
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