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  • 1. Christian crusade Prepared by : joben de ramos shakespeare
  • 2. 1 st crusade
    • the first , 1095-1099, called by Pope Urban II and led by Peter the Hermit, Walter the Penniless, Godfrey of Bouillon, Baldwin and Eustace of Flanders, and others (see also  first crusade );
  • 3. 2 nd crusade
    • the second , 1147-49, headed by King Louis VII who was enlisted by Bernard of Clairvaux, was a disastrous failure, including the loss of one of the four Latin Kingdoms, the Duchy of Edessa;
  • 4. 3 rd crusade
    • the third , 1188-92, proclaimed by Pope Gregory VIII in the wake of the catastrophe of the second crusade, which conducted by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, King Philip Augustus of France and King Richard "Coeur-de-Lion" of England;
  • 5. 4 th crusade
    • the fourth , during which Constantinople was sacked, 1202-1204 (see also fourth crusade );
  • 6. 5 th crusade
    • the fifth , which included the conquest of Damietta, 1217-1221;
  • 7. 6 th crusade
    • the sixth , in which Frederick II took part (1228-29); also Thibaud de Champagne and Richard of Cornwall (1239);
  • 8. 7 th crusade
    • the seventh , led by St. Louis (Louis IX of France), 1248-50; 
  • 9.
    • Crusades  ( The Catholic Encyclopedia ) The Crusades were expeditions undertaken to deliver the Holy Places from Moslem control. The origin of the word may be traced to the cross made of cloth and worn as a badge on the outer garment of the crusaders.
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