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UNC Hist 107 – Chapter 6 SummaryBarbara Rosenwein,A Short History of the Middle Ages,4rded.DatePolitical/Territory & ReligionFamous Persons1150-1250(Ch 6)13th century Islamic World- (pushed out of Spain, butovertake Crusader States)- Las Navas de Tolosa(1212): location of battle whereSpanish Christians defeatedMuslims (Almohads), aka “The Punishment” → led toend of al-Andalus- Crusader states started to fall to the Muslims whowere motivated by their successagainst the 2nd crusade → Saladin Empire- Almohads/Saladin Empires were Sunni Muslimswagingjihadagainst Christians13th century Byzantine Empire- (Constantinople fellduring 4th crusade)- The economy had thrived → more workers needed tokeep up with demand →numerous foreigner’s hired → when Christiansattacked Constantinople during 4thcrusade these foreigner’s didn’t help fight them off →Fall of ConstantinopleFourth Crusade- byUrban III, led to fall of Constantinople (1204)Urban III- 4th CrusadeWestern Europe:

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History, Byzantine Empire, Middle Ages, John of England, Fourth Crusade, Pope Innocent III, The Magna Carta, UNC Hist 107

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