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Religion FThe holy wars were launched by Christian states FMost people were Christians FPopular religious life was in the west FSocial belief was very.

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2 Religion FThe holy wars were launched by Christian states FMost people were Christians FPopular religious life was in the west FSocial belief was very complex at the time  Crusaders heard the Islam was popular so they went to war with Muslims

3 Religion continued FMuslim ruled the land witch had been ruled by Christians F200 years Christians had eight crusades FPeople took part in crusades for different reasons FMost crusades were not truly Christians FCrusades were very brut and evil FMuslim ruled the land witch had been ruled by Christians F200 years Christians had eight crusades FPeople took part in crusades for different reasons FMost crusades were not truly Christians FCrusades were very brut and evil

4 Armor FThe people made a long journey to the holy land FMany people wore chainmail armor that looks like a battle dress FIt is usually full length ever were FChain mail was made out of flat rings stuck together FChain mail was the strongest and lasted a long time

5 Armor continued FIt also provided the most protection FChain mail is lighter then plate and it is more moveable FChain mail legs and sleeves were made out of the same materials FOver most chain mail a surcoat was over it FA white or black cross was sown onto the front of the chain mail FIt also provided the most protection FChain mail is lighter then plate and it is more moveable FChain mail legs and sleeves were made out of the same materials FOver most chain mail a surcoat was over it FA white or black cross was sown onto the front of the chain mail

6 Weapons FThe middle age weapons were strong FThey were different ones for horseman and footman FSome weapons for footman are long bow, axes and spears FSome weapons for horseman were shields and swords FThe weapons were used in the turbulent era

7 Weapons continued FCrusades would fight for money and land FWhen they used their weapons it was against the Normans FThe Christians were very violent with there weapons FDifferent weapons were used for different wars FHorseman would train there whole life FCrusades would fight for money and land FWhen they used their weapons it was against the Normans FThe Christians were very violent with there weapons FDifferent weapons were used for different wars FHorseman would train there whole life

8 Tactics FCrusades adapted the wrong tactics for battle FThey lost military respect of the Turks army FCrusades would kill people in big armory's FThere main strategy should have been to find and approach there enemies FCanons were used with the Europeans

9 Tactics continued FThey would attack from castles FThe crusades wanted the holy land FCrusaders tryed to maintain stability FSeadrom forces looked for different strategies FThe crusades captured the holy lands FThey would attack from castles FThe crusades wanted the holy land FCrusaders tryed to maintain stability FSeadrom forces looked for different strategies FThe crusades captured the holy lands

10 Food FThe type of meal depended on if they were rich or poor FBreakfast was served from 6-7 am FDinner was served from 12-2 pm FSupper was from 6-7 pm FThe foods were many different kinds FThe rich people food had a lot of spices on the food

11 Food continued FLower class people had to eat bread and stew FThey also ate beef, lamb, and pork FPeople in religious places were not allowed to eat meat FEven on religious holidays they weren't allowed to eat meat FLower class people had to eat bread and stew FThey also ate beef, lamb, and pork FPeople in religious places were not allowed to eat meat FEven on religious holidays they weren't allowed to eat meat

12 Clothes FMost people wore linen clothing and wool FThe brighter the colors the richer the person was FA long jacket meant more wealth FClothes of wealthy merchants were meant to be elaborate FIt changed according to fashion FAt the end of the middle ages men had spotted underwear FMost people wore linen clothing and wool FThe brighter the colors the richer the person was FA long jacket meant more wealth FClothes of wealthy merchants were meant to be elaborate FIt changed according to fashion FAt the end of the middle ages men had spotted underwear

13 Clothes continued FWoman wore a flowing gown FMost holy people wore long woolen habits FA certain color would tell what mood they would be in FA pope was not allowed to were woolen socks FWoman wore a flowing gown FMost holy people wore long woolen habits FA certain color would tell what mood they would be in FA pope was not allowed to were woolen socks

14 Transportation FThe roads were dirt and when It would rain it was mud FMen would travel on a horse if they could afford them FLadies would travel in a wagon with painted clothes FThey look pretty but it didn’t look comfortable FThe roads were very bumpy and wet FThe roads were dirt and when It would rain it was mud FMen would travel on a horse if they could afford them FLadies would travel in a wagon with painted clothes FThey look pretty but it didn’t look comfortable FThe roads were very bumpy and wet

15 Transportation continued FHorsemen would normally travel about 35 to 40 miles a day FSome of the horses had to carry goods FWhenever people could they traveled by water FThe main ships of the middle ages were called a cog FIn the middle ages there were no rudders on the boat FHorsemen would normally travel about 35 to 40 miles a day FSome of the horses had to carry goods FWhenever people could they traveled by water FThe main ships of the middle ages were called a cog FIn the middle ages there were no rudders on the boat

16 Timeline

17 Timeline FIn 1076, the crusaders captured Jerusalem FBefore the crusaders captured Jerusalem, the city was called “The City of God.” FIn 1076, the crusaders captured Jerusalem FBefore the crusaders captured Jerusalem, the city was called “The City of God.”

18 Feudal life FFor safety and defense the crusaders would gather in small communities FMany People lived in manors FManors were owned by medieval nobles FSome people lived in churches FMost of the manors were very well protected FSome people that visited the churches were priest and nuns FFor safety and defense the crusaders would gather in small communities FMany People lived in manors FManors were owned by medieval nobles FSome people lived in churches FMost of the manors were very well protected FSome people that visited the churches were priest and nuns

19 Feudal life continued FSome people went on a pilgrimage to the holy land FThe most important people in villages were nobles and bishops FThe peasant was the lowest class in their society FPeasants worked and the land owners let them stay in a house some where FSome people went on a pilgrimage to the holy land FThe most important people in villages were nobles and bishops FThe peasant was the lowest class in their society FPeasants worked and the land owners let them stay in a house some where

20 Housing FIf buildings have more than 1 tower, people who own them are rich FWith more land, people could divide their land up to “rent” to others FThe more tile in the house, the nicer it was FRich people had mosaic tiles on their roof FWhen attacked, the more towers the house had, the better FIf buildings have more than 1 tower, people who own them are rich FWith more land, people could divide their land up to “rent” to others FThe more tile in the house, the nicer it was FRich people had mosaic tiles on their roof FWhen attacked, the more towers the house had, the better

21 Housing continued FHome life in castles were based in the halls FThe early castles were not as nice as the newer ones FMost European castles were cold and damp FCastle dwellers wore bedcovers for garments FIn peasants houses there were no windows, straw roofs and they slept on the floor. FHome life in castles were based in the halls FThe early castles were not as nice as the newer ones FMost European castles were cold and damp FCastle dwellers wore bedcovers for garments FIn peasants houses there were no windows, straw roofs and they slept on the floor.

22 Time to take the test, take out a sheet of paper and we will start

23 True or False… FThe Crusaders believed in Buddhism. FThe best armor was made out of plate. FFootman use long bows, axes and spears as weapons. FThe crusades wanted the holy land. FEveryone (rich and poor) ate the same food. FThe duller the colors of the clothes the richer the person was FThe Crusaders believed in Buddhism. FThe best armor was made out of plate. FFootman use long bows, axes and spears as weapons. FThe crusades wanted the holy land. FEveryone (rich and poor) ate the same food. FThe duller the colors of the clothes the richer the person was

24 FThe roads were paved. FThe crusaders never captured Jerusalem. FThe peasant was the lowest class in their society. FMost European castles were cold and damp. FThe roads were paved. FThe crusaders never captured Jerusalem. FThe peasant was the lowest class in their society. FMost European castles were cold and damp.

25 FFalse FTrue FFalse FTrue FFalse FTrue FFalse FTrue


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