WHY DID IT BEGIN?WHY DID IT BEGIN it was an attempt to reacquire Jerusalem and the rest of the Holy Land by first conquering the powerful Ayyubid state in Egypt.
WHO FOUGHT?WHO FOUGHT Prince Bohemund IV of Antioch to fight against the Ayyubids in Syria
WHERE DID IT TAKE PLACE?WHERE DID IT TAKE PLACE egypt
WHAT WERE THE EFFECTS OF THE CRUSADESWHAT WERE THE EFFECTS OF THE CRUSADE One of the most important effects was on commerce they created a constant demand for the transportation of supplies and encouraged ship building.
DISCOVERIESDISCOVERIES started 8 year peace treaty between ayyvbile Empire and European kingdoms.
INFORMATIONINFORMATION there was 32,000 men, from 1213-1221, in Egypt,
ECONOMIC IMPACT/EFFECTSECONOMIC IMPACT/EFFECTS --- MOST IMPORTANT Rivalries among both Christian and Muslim powers led also to alliances between religious factions against their opponents. The Crusades had far- reaching political, economic, and social impacts.
HOW DID IT ENDHOW DID IT END the crusaders marched to cario and then the nile flooded. A dry cannal previously crossed by the crusaders flooded, blocking the crusaders’ army’s retreat and eventually surrenderd.
DID ANOTHER CRUSADE FOLLOW THIS?DID ANOTHER CRUSADE FOLLOW THIS, WHAT AND WHY Yes, to reconquer Jerusalem.