The Crusases

The Crusases
  Copy


More Options: Make a Folding Card




Storyboard Description

This storyboard does not have a description.

Storyboard Text

  • The Builsup to the crusases 
  • The Spiritual Capital
  • The great Temple 
  • The Crusases ( I of III )
  • I will take the place to do what needs to be done which is the reclaiming jerusalem for Christianity.
  • The pope 
  • The Captian Christ 
  • The Crusases (II of III)
  • The safe passage way to the city as been destroyed we have strated out with a bad foot. 
  • Oh no we are failures no one speek of this again 
  • How was Jerusalem valuable to Christians, Jews, and Muslims? Jerusalem was valuable to Christians,Jews, and muslims by the spiritual capital and the home of their once great temple. The muslims, Christians and Jews were alike all viewed Jerusalem.  
  • The Crusases (III of III)
  • plaese join my Crusade ! I am telling you I am telling you Jesus Will help us.
  • What did pope Urben mean in 1095? The pope orusade would take place in order to reclaim jerusalem for christanity and captian christ. 
  • The Christians & the Crusases
  • We will change this place together! 
  • How did the Third Crusade start off on a bad foot? The Christians safe passage to the city was  destroyed and the third crusade was often seen as a failure for the christians.
  • The Muslims & the Crusases  The Jews & the Crusases
  • All those people will get in to there own ghettos. All of the people are also mostly jews and childern. 
  •  Who was Stephen of Cloyes and how did he convince people to join what became known as The Children's Crusade. Stephen of Cloyes was a boy that is believed to have started a Cruade. He convince people to join by telling them that jesus was claiming to take care of them. 
  • How did the crusades change the economic system of Europe? The economic system was changed by the crusades because They started helping Europe and more money was circulating though out Europe.
  • What is a ghetto? And how were they used for Jews? Ghettos were communities that are in an area of a town that is occupied by a group or groups. They were used for the jews by putting them in groups and changing them around for fights. 
More Storyboards By andreaandrade
Explore Our Articles and Examples

Try Our Other Websites!

Photos for Class – Search for School-Safe, Creative Commons Photos (It Even Cites for You!)
Quick Rubric – Easily Make and Share Great-Looking Rubrics
abcBABYart – Create Custom Nursery Art