The Crusades Feb.2 - The Crusades Sunni Shia Jerusalem...

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The Crusades Sunni Shi’a Jerusalem Important as a holy spot for 3 religions Judaism Western Wall of the Second Temple (Wailing wall) o Orthodox Jews go here to pray Christianity Church of the Holy sepulcher Aedicule (Tomb of Christ) Islam Dome of the Rock o Rock of Moriah Where Muhammad ascended to heaven to receive the teachings of A-lah and then came back down to spread what he had learned Temple Mount Holy Sepulchre Dome of the Rock Schism of 1054 Seljuk Turks Sultan Alp-Arslan (1063-73) Battle of Manzikert (1071) Emperor Alexius (1081–1118) Pope Urban II (1088–1099) Called for the first Crusade Six contributing factors
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Reconquista The Church Schism of 1054 o East and West had been growing apart for centuries o Latin in the West, Greek in the East Investiture Contest Civil War in France Increase in popular piety Seljuk Turks o Battle of Manzikert (1071) Opened up the east for asia to come in o Byzantine empire appealed for help Council of Clermont (1095) Pope Urban II targeted French nobles Liberate the eastern church Indulgence All sins were forgiven if you went on the Crusade Penance
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course MDST 201 taught by Professor Hamonic during the Fall '10 term at University of Tennessee.

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