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The Crusades: the authoritative history of the

The Crusades: the authoritative history of the

The Crusades: the authoritative history of the war for the Holy Land . Thomas Asbridge, Thomas S. Asbridge

The Crusades: the authoritative history of the war for the Holy Land


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The Crusades: the authoritative history of the war for the Holy Land Thomas Asbridge, Thomas S. Asbridge
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It was only when kings became strong that it began to be safer for peasants in Europe. I should also mention that I really am enjoying The Crusades : The Authoritative History of the War for the Holy Land by Thomas Asbridge. New York City, New York: Harper Collins Publisher, 2010. The high standard of scholarship is apparent in the first section of the book, which deals with the history of Islam from the time of Muhammad up to the time of the Crusades. Throughout history, a wide variety of religions worshiping Molech, Baal, Odin, Jupiter, Zeus, Ahura Mazda, Jehovah, Allah, Quetzalcoatl, Coatlicue, Vishna, and others far too numerous to elucidate here have come and gone. From the Christian perspective until recent times, the Crusades were seen as wars of liberation, not aggression, aimed at restoring Christian sovereignty over the Holy Land. "Imagining Defeat: An Arabic Historiography of the Crusades." . The pope was hoping that starting a war in the Holy Land would reduce strife in Europe. Spencer points out, other authoritative writings include the Hadith, which contain quotations from Muhammad in which he or his followers explain how verses in the Qur'an should be interpreted. The Crusades: The Authoritative History of the War for the Holy Land. Drawing on the Qur'an and other ancient Muslim sources, Yet as Mr.

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