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6.29.2011 Crusades-first crusades – 1195 – Gregory VII, wants to move into the east, mobilizations of army fight and bring it to the east 1095 1095-1004: 1,2,3,4 crusades 4 th – no lasting effect, failure of w.church to establish anything, destructive to friends of Christianity in the East-Constantinople-gave refuge to crusaders, 1200-1350: smaller crusades Pope- demonstrates political power-he has authority & deserves respect, churches are split, Dandaolo-a old guy, commander of the 4 th crusade, stops forces at Constantinople, restore the throne for money, not paid-robs the city, city destroyed and looted, a statue of him & his friends were later on put into Constantinople, Constantinople never recovers Silk Road-documentation is hard to find, only little traces, exchange of material goods, technology, philosophical exchange, words - language, Exchange- exchange of material goods on the Silk Road, technology, philosophical exchange, Tea- common word found all over the world by several different countries, rare commodity and highly prized, exchanged on the Silk Road, “cha/ta” “chai” “tea”
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2011 for the course UGC 111 taught by Professor Bono during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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