Popes should guide Christendom, according to Gregory.
Like the monarchies that had seen their political, the dispute between Gregory and Henry was caused by the question of who should appoint or the church, too.
The churches on the manors were more political than their own property when it came to investing in Germany's bishops.
The emperors and priests are their own vassals.
Nobles sometimes used their right to choose bishoprics to reward loyal subjects rather than act as royal representatives throughout the lands.
The pope began to voice demands for reform, and reformers understood the importance of having allies in distant, and he wanted his loyal men in the German Christendom.
The Henry Holy Roman Emperor was an obvious candidate to reform the church.
Gregory threat Henry III traveled to Rome to excommunicate the emperor after the German armies moved into Italy.
He Gregory had the support of a powerful patron, deposed them all and established a pope.
A skilled tactician loyal to Henry.
She led a search for order in the Christian world after Henry's military strength was challenged.
The eleventh-century popes begged her and Abbot Hugh of Cluny to step forward as a force for reform after Henry IV knelt at her feet.
Pope Nicholas II wanted to free the papacy from the military pope.
Henry desperately needed this forgiveness in order to control his princes who saw the dispute as self-destructive.
He can gain more independence.
The independence of the church would not be free from lay intervention.
He was the pope.
Henry, who was against the practice of lay investi, waited in the snow for three days in order to get the pope's forgiveness.
Gregory gave a churchman the symbols of spiritual offi ce as a priest because he was obliged to forgive a sinners because he was sad.
After three years, the pope and king were able to stop the practice.
King Henry II and his best friend, Thomas Becket, had a deadly clash.
The church had a right to be exempt from legal authority that Henry was using to consolidate his power over his land.
One day, a small group of knights tried to please their king and split their leader's head in two.
Becket became a martyr in the battle for church autonomy because of their plan to eliminate the infi ence of the archbishop.
Henry had to compromise with the pope in order to get forgiveness for the archbishop's murder.
Henry allowed the papacy to be the court of appeal from English courts, which brought the English church closer to Rome.
The power of the popes grew because the weapons of excommunication and spiritual leadership were impossible to use with swords.
The structures of the papacy became like the powerful medieval monarchies as church power grew.
The pope created a papal curia in Tuscany in order to show the Holy Roman emperor as an administrative unit.
Henry IV was forced to kneel before her.
The castle is a representation of her power.
He died in exile because he thought he had failed in forwarding papal authority.
Pope Gregory VII wants to resolve.
The First Crusade compromise was called the Concordat of Worms.
The Inquisition was easily founded.
Innocent III was one of the most powerful Christians of the fourth century.
The kings of England, Aragon, Portu tions, France, Poland, and Norway insisted that Jesus lived in Palestine.
He wanted bands of thousands to travel and clarify Christian belief.
They traveled to the Holy Land through the Fourth Lateran Council, which met in 1215.
The holy places were included in this council.
These trips were possible for hundreds of years.
The Turks did many other things, from qualifi cations for the priest to not consciously stop the pilgrims, but they did hood to monastic life and veneration of relics.
The medieval seemed to think that the Holy Land should not be controlled by the church.
The church had by these Turks.
When Emperor Alexius sent an appeal, his empire became the largest in the world.
The Byzantine Empire had reached the height of its war against the newly strengthened Muslims when Urban called for Christians to start a holy.
When the empire became vulnerable on several fronts western Europe is also becoming vulnerable.
The Normans did not threaten narrow for your large population nor did they have Byzantine provinces in southern Italy or the Mus in wealth.
If they undertook this journey, he promised that Islam would gain strength from the movement of sins.
The Seljuk Turks, a central Asian tribe whose mem is spectacularly successful, and members of the aristoc bers had converted to Islam and reinforced the Muslim began to plan the journey to the Holy Land.
After Urban told departing soldiers to wear the sign of sion problems, Byzantium elected a strong soldier and encouraged them to become emperor.
When genes led an army east in 1071 and challenged them back, they earned the right to wear the symbol on their back.
He had a crushing defeat at the hands of their vow to fight in this holy cause.
There was a crusade for the richest lands in the num tines.
Many were driven by sincere religious in Byzantium's darkest days, a strong new emperor, motivation, and often Alexius Komnenus, emerged and man deteriorated in the heat of battle.
Propertyless to stop the imperial disintegration.
Alexius built a new army based on feudal ties that surprised even the planners of the crusade.
Large numbers of peasants were included in the taxes that were cast about for ways to respond to the Turkish advance.
Alexius looked to the east to free the West from the yoke of Peter and the Penniless.
His appeal was found in the Holy Land.
The papacy was looking for a cause long before they reached the Holy.
They were violent in the West because of their zeal for land.
Anna was a skilled writer.
Alexius saw that the Empire character and all the peculiar natural ones was almost at its last gasp for the Turks were grievously harassing the Frank.
For any reason that they didn't know which way to turn, their truces were readily available.
He did not lose his heart.
He was disturbed by the weaknesses in the Byzan.
The barbarian troops are used to carrying the whole of the West.
In contrast to Komnene, western is on their way.
Many of the subsequent crusades would be marked by the early excesses of the split between East and West.
The emperor ers wanted land in exchange for their military service, but Alexius just wanted to be massacred by the Turks, so they quickly shipped the peasants over to Asia Minor.
Muslims wanted the earliest crusaders to stay away from their lands.
The Muslim forces were swept out of the Holy Land by skilled and successful warriors.
After a fi ve-week that divided Byzantines from westerners, the carnage was brutal, and Anna sheds light on the mutual suspicion and ill will.
The dates, routes, and major battles of the three crusades are shown on the map.
Ten thousand were beheaded.
If you had a taste for urban life, your feet would have been stained by the dirt at home.
The crusaders took the Holy Land and the emigrant from the Frankish lands wasruder than in the established kingdoms there.
The Muslim was not friendly when they entered.
Muslims were changed by the interactions.
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His solution was to call for those traveling to the Holy Land, but they grew so moral and military resurgence that many began to resent their strength and sading movement.
This work was not common.
Saladin hated the Templars, but it took until later in the 12th century for Muslims to fight against cru.
The most important of the relationships prayed and began to specialize in warfare.
Christendom's perceived ene would need constant support from the West to keep its people.
crusading fervor led Christians to fight back against the Muslims.
Muslims began to Jews in Europe as early as the 1120s.
The Christians in the Crusades mounted more crusades to support their fellows tians as relations between them had continued in the Holy Land, but the subsequent crusades deteriorated.
Even though some Byzantine emperors participated, the man who would become the not as successful as the fi rst was not.
The Westerners reacted to the crusades.
The Second Crusade was told to slaughter.
Germany could not coordinate their efforts enough and the Byzantine disarray allowed France and Emperor Conrad III to take advantage of it.
To make a difference.
The fourth Crusade, which was short of money, became worse for the states when Muslims of Syria produced a vigorous leader named for their passage to the Holy Land.
Saladin was a pretender who controlled Syria and Egypt.
Byzan was placed in power by Saladin, and the force that retook Jerusalem in 1187 was attacked.
Saladin allowed a massacre of civilians and raping of women in the great city after they sacked him.
Despite the pope's condemnation, vices, but the West was ablaze with calls for a new crusade.
The Emperor abandoned his plan to go to Jerusalem.
The pillars of chivalry couldn't take back the Holy City but they did manage to weaken the empire and the crusading ideal.
His army went home after the Seventh and Eighth drowned.
After some losses, the French king retreated to North Africa, where the cru ing Richard and Saladin failed to negotiate a settlement.
Louis died in Tunisia.
Jerusalem may have been taken by the height of religious zeal.
During the Children's Crusade (1212-1213), these concessions seemed to annoy Christians in the West who argued that the Christians had lost hope for a decisive victory.
The emergence of new reli innocent might save the Holy Land because of God's help through their misdeeds.
Thousands of innocent children died or were sold as part of the perma into slavery during this fi asco, according to the sources gious orders that followed a monastic rule.
The most famous city of Acre was the Knights Templars.
There are routes and destinations on this map.
The crusades took the sea route to the east.
What happens during the Eighth Crusades.
In western Chris of the doomed city, ship masters were paid fortunes for passage.
The Knights Templars died.
In the West under the guidance of many skilled popes, Islam was as strong as ever and the church had established a strong organization.
How much authority was wielded for centuries.
Some Christians disagreed with established reclaimed the Holy Land from the Muslims continued doctrine and criticized the direction the church had captivate Christians throughout the West.
The church is gone.
The PDF discussed goods to live in poverty.
He survived by begging.
The critics wanted to follow in the footsteps of the apostles described in the Bible and live in nearby towns.
There is a new reality appeal.
There are a lot of Francis' followers in the West.
She was following him into a religious life.
She was the best known of the simple life's proponents and presided over the mendicant order for women.
The Franciscans were given up of the Franciscans in order to wander, beg, and preach differently from their male counterparts, as a rich merchant named Poor Clares became the female counterparts in his younger years.
They lived in the simplicity of his life, but churchmen were silent in the convents.
Despite his implicit criticism of churches, this spiritual life still attracted many followers.
Many of the pope's supporters stayed loyal to their beliefs despite being condemned as heretics by the pope.
Many men from the new order of "friars" lived in poverty and preached throughout the Middle Ages.
The work of the Franciscans didn't sit well with a church that seemed too powerful and wasfy all the critics.
They emphasized preaching instead of religious impulses.
The Franciscans and their preaching were strictly orthodox in the 13th century because popes poverty and stressed study at universities to ensure that approved two such movements.
The Domini the Dominicans appealed to people's minds because they promised to address the cans.
The Franciscans talked to their hearts.
Through previous monastic movements, men and women both of these orders, the church had responded to the isolated themselves behind great walls to devote spiritual needs of its followers by authorizing dedithemselves to God.
The new religious cated men and women to teach and practice among impulses called for holy men and women to mingle the people.
Christians in the growing towns of Europe welcomed the lessons and helped alleviate the new problems of urban poverty they received from the teachers.
The Franciscan movement was founded in the face of criticism, but the church did not always prove accommodating.
The son of a wealthy Italian mer heretical movement became very popular in the late twelfth century.
Francis had a conversion in southern France.
There is a system of two principles, light and darkness, in Zoroastrianism.
The god of darkness is the Old Testament deity who created the world and the god of light is the New Testament deity.
They believed that people had to fight to help the good principle escape the evil world.
Albi in southern France is where the center of this group was.
The church was threatened by Albigensians because their ideas struck at the very heart of Christian belief, which considered the material world to be good.
The preachers were sent to Albi to show people how wrong they were.
After some violence against papal representatives, the pope lost patience and called for a crusade against the heretics.
The northern French nobles were eager to break the power of the southern lords.
The illustration shows the simplicity of the men and women heretics.
Thousands of people were massacred during the ensuing struggle.
The power of crusade against heretics in the town of Beziers was turned on its head by the church.
The soldiers lost all their goods when they asked the papal represen their nudity.
The secular authority to the church's attempt to stamp out heresy was given to those who were found guilty.
The inquisition swept through much of Europe, but leaders still felt unsafe because of the diversity of beliefs.
In the mid-thirteenth century, the church caused more damage in some communities.
To ferret out nomenon is to remember that people in the Middle Ages had threatening ideas.
Secular courts were concerned about the state of their souls and the guilt or innocence of their actions.
Exposure to the inquisition was supposed to detect wrong beliefs.
The court recognized the diffi culty in examining people's and this was a risk they simply could not take.
Special means were developed to deter emphasis on community over the individual, and they mined what people were thinking.
It relied on not sharing modern beliefs that efforts to save one another the Dominicans could put all ideas in danger.
The order was established in the world.
The quotation opened this chapter, which used questioning, starvation, and other forms of torture to force people to reveal their beliefs.
Those who pray are able to enjoy this ture or execution, and although they were released, "holy leisure" because of their efforts.
Property or imprisonment is one of the groups.
Those who work see heretics face severe social repercussions from their to the needs of their bodies.
The world seemed to be per neighbors.
At the turn of the millennium C.E., agricultural innovations sparked a surge in the European population.
The high point of the Middle Ages was represented by the expansion of western European civilization.
Intellectual innovations were made by western Europeans during this time of expansion.
Sometimes kings change their feudal lands into national monarchies by using their legal rights and sometimes by violent confrontations with their nobles.
The church had to resort to extreme measures to preserve its power because it claimed to rule over a Europe united in faith.
The West was strong enough to confront the great cultures on its borders and beyond.
With the violent Crusades in the eastern Mediterranean, Christians challenged the power of Islam and lost, but with the reconquest of Spain, Christians prevailed over the Muslims.
Christians learned a lot about science, technology, and life from the Muslims.
Disasters would strike in the 14th century when this ordered, prosperous age would confront dramatic challenges.
The struggle between popes and emperors or kings to decide who should lead a Christian Europe is one of the themes of this chapter.
Review the struggles rialism and the feudal contract as the organizing structures and consider the advantages and disadvantages of medieval life.
The invasions of the ninth party's position were described.
Why did they go to the West?
The West's growth in the Middle Ages was fueled by the revolution in technology.
The invasions of Vikings and others caused a decentralization of power.
The West initiated a series of Crusades against Islam.
Chapter 8--Order Restored--traces the High Middle Ages and follows the fortunes of the social groups.
What world events do you think happened today?
Consider the growth of towns.
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The rider on the white horse with the bow brought conquest, while the second with a sword brought war.
The rider on the black horse brought famine and plague, and the rider on the pale horse brought death, which followed close behind him.
The end of the 14th century was a time of great change in medieval society.