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Q: The religious makeup of Europe often dictated the routes the Crusaders took when traveling to the Holy Land. Which of the following represents an example of this influence? The Orthodox Byzantine
Empire was hostile to western Crusaders. Spanish Christians were more focused on relics than the Holy Land. French rulers were still struggling with pagan sects. Most of Spain was controlled by an Islamic empire.
A: The Crusades had major political, economic, and social impact on western Europe. It resulted in a substantial weakening of the Christian Byzantine Empire, which fell several centuries later to the Muslim Turks. [ The Reconquista, a long period of wars in Spain and Portugal (Iberia), where Christian forces reconquered the peninsula from Muslims, is closely tied to the Crusades. ]
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