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What were some of the key benefits of the Crusades check all that apply?
Most Crusaders saw their mission as an act of religious piety and devotion. There were also benefits such as reduction in taxes, forgiveness of debts, and protection for Christian families.
How did the Crusades led to exploration?
The Crusades led to exploration by Europeans in that they encouraged the development of trade between East and West. On their travels, Crusaders became acquainted with goods such as fine silks and spices that were unavailable at home.
What did the Crusades bring back to history?
In the year 1071 in Crusades the Seljuqs crushed an imperial army. This was back in history. What started the Islamic crusades? The Crusades were started when Pope Urban II tried to take back Jerusalem from the Muslims. There were actually a series of nine crusades, all of which he lost.
What foods did the Crusaders bring to the west?
The most important of the food products going to the West was sugar that the Crusaders found already under cultivation when they conquered these territories. They learned from the Arabs and continued its cultivation, with the main center of the industry in Tyre in Lebanon.
What was the number system used during the Crusades?
The number system that most of the world uses today is called Arabic numerals (which are 0 through 9). That’s because the number system, including the concept of 0, was developed in the Muslim empire and brought back to Europe during the Crusades.
Where did the Crusaders get their sugar from?
They learned from the Arabs and continued its cultivation, with the main center of the industry in Tyre in Lebanon. In fact, nearly all the sugar consumed in Europe during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries came from Outremer (the European name for the Crusader lands in the East).