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14-3 The Crusades

barter to trade goods for other goods
Holy Land Jerusalem and parts of the surrounding area where Jesus lived and taught
Jerusalem a city in the Holy Land
pilgrim a person who journeys to a sacred place
Crusades a series of military expeditions launched by Christian Europeans to win the Holy Land back from Muslim control
What were two reasons crusaders fought? to reopen the Holy Land to Christian pilgrims and to control the trade routes
About how long did the Crusades last? 200 years
Why did Christians and Muslims want to control the Holy Land? both believed it was a sacred place
Which group of people would be especially interested in winning the Crusades, so they could control the trade routes? merchants
Peter the Hermit a man who led an army of common people to Constantinople to fight the Seljuk Turks
What was the effect of the Crusades on the use of money? it increased through out Europe
Created by: jtaylor03