Causes of the feudalism - Coggle Diagram
Causes of the feudalism
The emperor Clashes with the Pope
The Church wasn't happy because of
The kings having control over clergy and their offices.
That the king could appoint the bishops.
They decided to ban this law.
A german emperor was angry about the Pope deciton
This cause the anger of the Pope
So the pope excommunicated him
Then The Pope forgave him.
But only the Pope could appoint bishops, and the emperors could veto the appointment.
Disorder of the empire.
Germany needed Strong rulers.
Frederick I "Barbarossa"
He called the land, "the holy roman empire"
He couldn't dominate the German princes
When ever he left the country, disorder return
He invaded Italy's Cities
The Pope and Italy joined
Barbarossa made peace with the Pope
He died and his empire fell to pieces
The age of the Faith inspired wars of conquest
The Byzantine emperor asked for help against the Muslims Turks.
Pope Urban read this letter and he issued a call for the 'holy war" a Crusade.
A number of Crusades were launched.
This Crusades had
Muslims controlled Palestine (The Holy Land)
The Byzantine Emperor appealed to the
Christian to stop Muslim attacks
In the First one
They had no grand strategy to capture Jerusalem
But an army Approached Jerusalem.
They captured the city
But the city was reconquered by the turks
The Crusaders' states were vulnerable to the Muslim conterattack
The second one
Recapture the city
Their goals was't met
The Crusading Spirit Dwindles
Fourth Crusade to capture Jerusalem Failed.
four more Crusades to free the holy land were Also unsuccessful
Crusades intended to weaken Mulslims
Thousands of children set out to conquer Jerusalem.
Many of them died
A Spanish Crusade drive the Muslims Out of Spain
The effect of the Crusades
The Crusades are a forceful example of the power of the Church during the medieval period.
They had to go to the Holy Land encouraged thousands to leave their homes and travel to faraway lands.
European merchants expanded trade between Europe and Southwest Asia
This trade with the West benefited both Christians and Muslims.
Crusades also lessened the power of the pope
weakened the feudal nobility
increased the power of kings.
Knights lost their lives and fortunes.
The fall of Constantinople weakened the Byzantine Empire.