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  • 1. 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.
  • 2. WHO FOUGHT?WHO FOUGHT Prince Bohemund IV of Antioch to fight against the Ayyubids in Syria
  • 3. WHERE DID IT TAKE PLACE?WHERE DID IT TAKE PLACE egypt
  • 4. 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.
  • 5. DISCOVERIESDISCOVERIES started 8 year peace treaty between ayyvbile Empire and European kingdoms.
  • 6. INFORMATIONINFORMATION there was 32,000 men, from 1213-1221, in Egypt,
  • 7. 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.
  • 8. 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.
  • 9. DID ANOTHER CRUSADE FOLLOW THIS?DID ANOTHER CRUSADE FOLLOW THIS, WHAT AND WHY Yes, to reconquer Jerusalem.

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