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Crusades Essay

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Q1) Why did Pope Urban call for a crusade? What had he hoped to achieve and was this reflected in the crusade’s outcomes?

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2nd millennium Christianization Crusades Invasions War Pope Urban II First Crusade Council of Clermont Catholic Church Christopher Tyerman Steven Runciman Fourth Crusade
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2nd millennium Christianization Crusades Invasions War Pope Urban II First Crusade Council of Clermont Catholic Church Christopher Tyerman Steven Runciman Fourth Crusade
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Endless complex theories have been proposed and papers published discussing the key issues as to why the Crusade was called. This essay will analyse the most supported theories behind why the Crusade was called, and if what Pope Urban II sought to achieve was reflected in the crusade’s outcome. ________________ After the disaster at Manzikert in 1071, the Byzantine Empire immediately began searching for support to help drive their Turkish counterparts out of Asia-Minor. Despite being initially unwilling to adhere to conditions which would benefit the Papacy, the Byzantines under Alexius I began to adopt a foreign policy which sought out the support of the Church with Alexius requesting the assistance of Urban to help combat the ongoi...
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