Week_10__Lecture_2--Crusades_and_Revival

Week_10__Lecture_2--Crusades_and_Revival - • Canon Law...

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Key Terms Urban II The First Crusade Alexios Comnenos Seljuk Turks Third crusade Saladin Pogroms Normans Sicily William of Normandy “Doomsday Book” Henry II of Angevin Philip August Fredrick Barbarossa Reconquista Vernacular Scholasticism University Pierre Abelard “Sic et non” Gratian
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Unformatted text preview: • Canon Law The Origins of the First Crusade • http://youtube.com/watch?v=73CJ4Cb1WY • http://youtube.com/watch?v=8Dr5HZyp75E • http://youtube.com/watch?v=wbbOHgbCUe The First Crusade Conquest of Jerusalem Krak de Chevalier—crusader castle Saladin’s Empire The Reconquista...
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  • Spring '08
  • JASONSTRANDQUIST
  • Crusades, First Crusade, Angevin Philip August Fredrick Barbarossa Reconquista Vernacular Scholasticism University Pierre Abelard, crusade Saladin Pogroms, Crusade Alexios Comnenos, Fredrick Barbarossa Reconquista

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