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Tuesday, February 7

  1. page Major Events and People edited ... *Minor Crusades Explanation of Major People in the Crusades PICTURE: NAME: ROLE A better D…
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    *Minor Crusades
    Explanation of Major People in the Crusades
    PICTURE: NAME: ROLEA better Description of the few of the many IMPORTANT PEOPLE IN THE CRUSADES:CRUSADES.
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    Peter The Hermit
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    notification from Emperor Alexius I. telling him of the massacre on Christians
    by the Turks in the Holy Land. Urban responded by holding the Council of Claremont and
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    speech that toldoftold of the need
    of his speech explained the benefits of joining, such as a promise into heaven.
    People were so moved they shouted "God Wills It!" His speech was given in French, but it
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    Saladin
    Saladin was a muslim leader during the Crusades. He united the Muslim world and
    recaptured Jerusalem.
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    Saladin
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    world and
    recaptured
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Monday, February 6

  1. page Popes of the Crusades edited ... {leo'.jpg} As soon as Leo became Pope, he took precautions to guard against future attacks o…
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    As soon as Leo became Pope, he took precautions to guard against future attacks on Rome by rebuilding the cities walls and towers and enclosing Vatican hill in walls. Its portion became known as the Leonine City. Leo also engineered a major campaign to refurbish the great churches in Rome, which had been plundered in 846.
    For
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Sunday, February 5

  1. page works cited edited ... 12.)http://blog.templarhistory.com/category/history/ 13.) http://www.crusades-encyclopedia.co…
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    12.)http://blog.templarhistory.com/category/history/
    13.) http://www.crusades-encyclopedia.com/crusaderpopes.html
    14.)http://blog.templarhistory.com/
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  2. page Knights Templar edited Knights Templar ... few knights and monks (some believe ... First Crusade. {huges.jpg} Hugu…
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    few knights and monks (some believe
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    First Crusade.
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    Grand Master- The highest ruler of the Templar. This was a very powerful position. The Grand Master stood below only the pope, yet he still had to abide by the same code of conduct as all the other knights in the order.
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    The members of the Knights Templar are commonly revered as nobel and brave. They vowed chastity, poverty, obedience, and swore to the protection of the Christian pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land. There were many groups of bandits sneakily waiting along the sides of the road, ready to pounce upon and murder the travelers.
    Many myths circulate around the Knights Templar. Some of which are the Mystic Ladder, the Rosslyn Light Box, and a Bearded Head, just to name a few.
    There are currently a few groups who call themselves the Templar, some more serious than others, but for the most part they do charitable acts.
    To learn more about this topic, click this link

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  3. page Knights Templar edited ... The Knights Templar was a group of a few knights (some believe they began with nine) originall…
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    The Knights Templar was a group of a few knights (some believe they began with nine) originally led by Hugues de Payens who offered to protect Christian pilgrims who traveled to the Holy Lands a few years after the First Crusade.
    Grand Master- The highest ruler of the Templar. This was a very powerful position. The Grand Master stood below only the pope, yet he still had to abide by the same code of conduct as all the other knights in the order.
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    10.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religious_significance_of_Jerusalem
    11.) http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/holy-land-pilgrimage.htm
    12.)Urban info
    13.)http://blog.templarhistory.com/category/history/
    14.)works cited
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    12.)http://blog.templarhistory.com/category/history/
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    http://www.crusades-encyclopedia.com/crusaderpopes.html
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