Definitions Of Crusades Terms

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History (The Crusades) Note on Definitions Of Crusades Terms, created by ClareArmstrong on 05/07/2013.

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INFIDEL Name given by Christians to people who did not believe in the Christian Church SELJUKS A group of people who moved down from southern Russia into Turkey and defeated the Eastern Christians THE HOLY LAND The name given by Christians to the area in Palestine where Jesus was born and lived, with Jerusalem as its capital THE CRUSADES A series of battles fought between Muslims and Christians for the control of the Holy Land - between 1095 - 1250 KNIGHTS TEMPLARS Members of a military order founded by the crusaders HERMIT A religious person who lived completely alone in order to be free from distractions and be closer to God SARACENS A name given to Muslims by Christians during the Crusades FRANKS The general name given by Muslims to Crusaders, whatever their country of origin