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This period of roughly two centuries was one of significant social, economic, and
institutional growth in western Europe. As a consequence, each of the Crusades
reflected the particular conditions prevailing in Europe at the time, and their ...
THE RESULTS OF THE CRUSADES The entire structure of European society
changed during the 12th and 13 th centuries, ... Historians now, however, tend to
view the Crusades as only Economic one, albeit a significant, factor in Europe's ...
... Pakistan primarily Kenya and South Africa ; occasionally Europe Africa,
Australia, Asia, Europe Central Africa; East Africa worldwide except North
America, Central America, New Zealand Europe, Middle and Far East, Argentina,
Japan cattle ...
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