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World History
Have out your Write Now paper, Chapter 10 vocabulary
and spiral.
Write Now: Day 18 WN #4.4
 Respond
to the following in complete sentences in the space
for class meeting 4 on your paper.
Tell me 3 economic achievements of the Muslim
civilizations, 2 achievements in science, and 1
achievement in art or literature.
How did Islam impact the middle
east and the world?
Essential Question
Agenda
Vocabulary
check over chapter 10. You
may use your vocabulary to complete your
quiz.
Turn
in your quiz up front
Read
Summary 8.3 annotate and answer the
5 questions.
The Crusades and the Reconquista
Topical Questions
• What
were the causes and effects of the
Crusades?
• How
did Christians in Spain carry out the
Reconquista?
Prosperous Muslim Empires
Muslim Invasions
 1050
Byzantine Empire and the
Holy Land
 Rumors
of harassment
 Pope
Urban II called for help to
fight the Turks
 “God
 The
wills it!”
Crusades began
Crusaders Went Because:
Driven by religious zeal, a thirst
for adventure and a desire for land and
wealth.
Christian knights captured Jerusalem in 1099,
but in 1187, it fell again to the Muslims.
The Crusades did not retake the
Holy Land.
During the
Third
Crusade,
Europeans
failed to
retake
Jerusalem
.
During the
Fourth
Crusade,
they
fought
other
Christians.
By 1291,
Muslim armies
captured
the last
Christian
outpost in the
Holy Land.
Effects of the Crusades
European economies expanded as trade increased
and the use of money became more common.
The crusading spirit continued in
Spain, in a campaign called the
Reconquista.
• Drive Muslims off the Iberian peninsula.
• By 1300, Christians controlled the entire region
except Granada.
• Muslim influence continued shaping arts and literature
in Christian Spain.
When Ferdinand and Isabella
married a unified Spain was
formed.
• Removed Muslims from
Granada.
• Ended religious tolerance.
• 150,000 Jews and Muslims
fled.
• Started the Inquisition
• Many were burned at the
stake
Independent Practice
Put
your summary in your spiral.
TEST Thursday/Friday over
Constantinople, Islam,
Crusades.(9.1, chapter 10, 8.3)
Vocabulary 8-10.