The Second Crusade occurred a little under a half a century after the First Crusade. The Second Crusade was primarily spurred on by a need to reinforce Jerusalem against Turkish Muslim invaders who threatened to retake the city from the Europeans who had conquered it during the First Crusade. Pope Eugene III urged Christians in Europe to aid Jerusalem.

The Second Crusade occurred a little under a half a century after the First Crusade. The Second Crusade was primarily spurred on by a need to reinforce Jerusalem against Turkish Muslim invaders who threatened to retake the city from the Europeans who had conquered it during the First Crusade. Pope Eugene III urged Christians in Europe to aid Jerusalem.

Siege of Lisbon, 1147: A Victory of the Second Crusade

Siege of Lisbon, 1147: A Victory of the Second Crusade

The army of the Second Crusade find the remains of the soldiers of the First Crusade - Gustave Dore - WikiPaintings.org

The army of the Second Crusade find the remains of the soldiers of the First Crusade - Gustave Dore - WikiPaintings.org

Paul Martin Andrews (born 1959) was kidnapped in 1973 by convicted child abuser Richard Ausley. He was hidden in an underground box for 8 days and raped. Ausley eventually left, and Andrews would certainly have died if some rabbit hunters had not stumbled upon him after hearing his screams. Andrewws has become an advocate for rape survivors. Ausley was murdered in his prison cell in January 2004.

Paul Martin Andrews (born 1959) was kidnapped in 1973 by convicted child abuser Richard Ausley. He was hidden in an underground box for 8 days and raped. Ausley eventually left, and Andrews would certainly have died if some rabbit hunters had not stumbled upon him after hearing his screams. Andrewws has become an advocate for rape survivors. Ausley was murdered in his prison cell in January 2004.

Sebastian Maniscalco No description http://www.MightGet.com/january-2017-11/sebastian-maniscalco.asp

Sebastian Maniscalco No description http://www.MightGet.com/january-2017-11/sebastian-maniscalco.asp

Louis VII of France stopped by the Crusader principality of Antioch on his way to the second Crusade.  The fact that the prince of Antioch was the uncle of Louis's wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, didn't stop rumors of an affair between them.

Louis VII of France stopped by the Crusader principality of Antioch on his way to the second Crusade. The fact that the prince of Antioch was the uncle of Louis's wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, didn't stop rumors of an affair between them.

The Second Crusade 1148: Disaster Outside Damascus

The Second Crusade 1148: Disaster Outside Damascus (Paperback)

The Second Crusade 1148: Disaster Outside Damascus

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