There is a correlation. We have many smaller articles here that do not fit into the nine-numbered scheme. When they see the "see also" section that links them to a seperate article dealing with the controversial use of the term they will learn to think of the rhetorical use of the term "tenth crusade" as a seperate idea.
How is that advancing an agenda? An encyclopedia is by definition "not a dictionary" precisely because it must or should be explanatory and clarifying. Have you been sniffing glue or something? I would say this belongs in the "See Also" section, with one or two sentences, but by giving it its own section heading in the TOC, it gives it a legitimacy on par with the rest of the article it does not deserve.
In the case of Crusade, all your doing is saying "Crusade means X. The replacement of goods from long-range trade with local products was a trend throughout the old Roman lands that happened in the Early Middle Ages.
This view asserts that the United States is an inheritor of European culture, and its ties and allegiances to Europe are deeply cultural as well —hence any sociological and religious examinations of the current war may have or does have direct precedents in the historical articles.
The Spanish Armada was seen as a crusade of sorts. Another strength of this book is that Tyerman takes the time to really explain the background and the theories behind the crusades. Yes, I notice youre being a bit more agreeable - thats good. Just before Charlemagne died inhe crowned Louis as his successor.
This is an encyclopedia - not a forum, and as such needs fact not speculation or what is more likely accusation. What else was just that and not this now?
I merely ask that you stay on topic with this discussion and keep your obvious political motives out of it. Nor do you see the connection between your elitist selective exclusionism and censorship.
Okay now I can accept a wide array of words here Its not "etymology" - its current use in language! I think its best illustrated by your "point" about history: If you cannot give us a viable argument for why we should change history, then stop interrupting the process of crafting this argument.
This is a history article, we talk in the past tense here, the Crusades are over, done, complete. In the context of contemporary events, a number of scholars and commentators have drawn comparisons between the United States and past empiressuch as the British Empire and the Roman Empirewhile others have further declared that the " "war on terrorism" can or should be viewed in the context of history as the "new crusade.
Glad to see Cheers being a bit more agreeable, perhaps that agreeability should extend to context as well? The focus of this topic is the historic crusades, not opinions of modern wars.Talk:Crusades/Archive 1. Jump to navigation Jump to search.
This is an archive If someone is not confused about the difference between ideology and fact, they will not claim that Muslim expansion is "defensive". In history writing. The Routledge History of Medieval Christianity Henry of Livonia and Crusade Ideology.
| Chapter | Crusading and Chronicle Writing on the Medieval Baltic Frontier. As a crusading chronicle from the European frontier, Henry's chronicle offers many opportunities to test and broaden the new approaches and key. A chronicle that offers many opportunities to test and broaden the various approaches and key concepts brought along by developments in medieval studies, including the pluralist definition of crusading and the relationship between the peripheries and core areas of Europe.
This study casts new light on the longstanding discussion among medieval historians about the nature of the relationship between the Christian attempts to conquer the Muslims of Spain and the crusading movement in the Levant.
8 8 See J.N. Hillgarth, ‘Spanish historiography and Iberian reality’, History and Theory, 24 (), 23–43 for. Medieval History Writing and Crusading Ideology represents the work of twenty-two scholars, including a preface and introduction by two of its editors, Tuomas M.S.
Lehtonen and Kurt Villads Jensen. Henry's chronicle offers many opportunities to test and broaden the new approaches and key concepts brought along by recent developments in medieval studies, including the new pluralist definition of crusading and the relationship between the peripheries and core areas of Europe.Download