The Origins of the Second Crusade: Pope Eugenius III, Bernard of Clairvaux and Louis VII of France
Oof the best moments in the study of history occurs when we attempt to deal with original evidence. It is living dangerously, and in the end, you suspect that all you have done is to construct, with some skill and much bravado, a house of cards which could be levelled by a puff of wind.
KeywordsPapal Attitude Good Moment Original Evidence Roman Commune Public Fact
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