Crusades

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When was the first crusade launched and who was the Pope?
It was launched in 1095 by Pope Urban II
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When did the first crusade end? Success or failure?
Ended in 1095, success due to Godfrey of Boillon as he secured Jerusalem.
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Religious Motivations - What is the theory of 'Just War'?
It was a religious excuse for war - good reason, good intentions and official leader. Mathilda of Tuscany helped Pope Urban to develop idea of 'penintential warfare' - fought was as penance to make up for sins.
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What does 'remissio peccatorum' mean?
The remission of sins. Pope Urban offered this as version 1 of indulgence.
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What is the Gregorian Reform Movement?
Copying the life of Christ to get to heaven - it was popularised at this time to get more people to join the crusade. The crusade also offered the best chance to do this as they were reduced to a simple lifestyle.
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