The Crusades: A Quest for the Holy Land

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The Crusades: A Quest for the Holy Land
World History I

What are the Crusades? A long series of Wars between Christians and Muslims They fought over control of Jerusalem which was called the “Holy Land” because it was the region where Jesus had lived, preached, and died.

Causes of the Crusades Muslim Turks captured Jerusalem from the Byzantine Empire Muslims stopped Christians from Visiting Holy Land Christian pilgrims were attacked Byzantine Empire feared attack on Constantinople

The Call to Arms Alexius of the Byzantine Empire asked his Christian brothers Pope Urban II gathered as many Christians as he could and called for there help Speech known as “Council of Clermont” He wanted them to fight against the Turks and return the Holy Land to the Christians Promised those who went would gain riches and a direct passage to Heaven Who answered? Feudal Lords Knights Peasants

The First Crusade (1096-1099) Peasant army Knights Untrained
Lacked military equipment Many killed by Muslim Turks Knights Succeeded in capturing Jerusalem

Second Crusade ( ) After victory many Christians went back home The Turks eventually took back much of the territory King of France and Emperor of Germany sent troops to stop the Turks Saladin leads the Muslim Turks to victory, defeating the Christians He was considered a very wise ruler. He was known for his kind treatment of fallen enemies. Many Christians saw him as a model of knightly chivalry

Third Crusade ( Led by Richard the Lionhearted King of England He led his men against the Turks trying again to take back the land Despite the war, eventually they came to a truce with Saladin, leader of Muslims Christians who were unarmed could come into the city

Children’s Crusade 20,000 – 30,000 children ventured out on the crusade Their goal was to take back the Holy Land themselves Most died of disease, starvation, and many others were sold into slavery

Why Did the Crusades Fail?
After the 1st attempt, each attempt was weaker with less emphasis on winning People soon became most interested in making money and getting goods They focused on stealing from Byzantine and Islamic Empires

Effects of the Crusades
Broke down feudalism in most countries Leaders left to fight in battle, lost their land Improved technology in Europe More modern ships Tools, weapons, goods Opened up trade throughout the Middle East, Europe, and Asia Spread culture, religion, ideas