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02.03 Medieval Europe and Japan - The Crusades

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Transcript of 02.03 Medieval Europe and Japan - The Crusades

To conquer the Holy Land
A military expedition by Roman Catholic Europe to regain the holy lands taken in the muslim conquests of the Levant.
-Im here near East (Anatolia, Levant, Palestine) trying to get as much imformation about the crusade that just started.

End of the crusade 1099

this year 1096 the first crusade started
The second crusade
The third crusade
Originally intended to conquer Muslim-controlled Jerusalem by means of an invasion through Egypt.
The Forth Crusade
The Sixth Crusade
Timeline of the Crusades
ULTIMATE INFORMATION OF THE CRUSADES
To Recapture the Holy Land
The second crusade was started in response to the fall of the county of Edessa the previous year to the force of Zangi.
Date: 1145-1149
Location: Iberia near East (Antolia, Levant, Palestine) Egypt.
Result: Decesive Saracen Victory in holy land.
Failure to recreate county of Edessa.
Peace between Byzantine Empire and Suljuq turks.
Beginning of crusader advances into Egypt.
Collapse of Almoravids and rise of the Almohads.
Territorial changes Lisbon captured by the Portugese and Tortosa captured by the Catalans Wagria and Polabia captured by Saxton.
To recapture the Holy Land
An attempt by European leaders to reconquer the Holy Land from Saladin.
To capture Constantinople
The Fifth Crusade
To establish secure base in Egypt.
An attempt to reacquire Jerusalem and the rest of the Holy Land by first conquering the powerful Ayyubid state in Egypt.
To recapture the Holy Land
The Seventh Crusade
To capture a base in Egypt and regain the Holy Land
By:Roberto Martinez
The Crusades
(1095-1289)
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