Lecture 20-Crusades - The Crusades Key Terms: Great...

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The Crusades Key Terms: Great East-West Schism Edessa Reconquista 12th-Century Renaissance Topics: East-West Schism The Crusades La Reconquista 12th-c. Renaissance
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-Schism- The Filioque Controversy lasted from 6th to 11th  century. Things came to a head in 1054 with the break-up of  Nicean Christian church into the western Roman  Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches, an event  known as the East-West Schism. In a gesture symbolic of their “break-up,” Cardinal  Humbert (west) and Patriarch Michael Celularius (east)  excommunicated each other in Constantinople.  
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“Deus vult!” In 1071, a Seljuk army of Muslims defeated the Byzantines at the  Battle of Manzikert in mod-day Turkey, and by 1095, they had taken  all of Anatolia. That same year, the emperor Alexios request help from  Pope Urban II to avoid further invasion.   Instead, however, Urba nchose to call for a mission to take back the 
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Lecture 20-Crusades - The Crusades Key Terms: Great...

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