lloydlloyd732
  • lloydlloyd732
Which was not a reason for the start of the Crusades? A. To free Jerusalem and the Holy Land from the Roman Empire. B. The Byzantine Emperor asked Europeans for help against the Seljuk Turks. C. Pope Urban II wanted a great cause to prove his leadership. D. Europeans wanted to capture Jerusalem and Palestine from the Muslims.
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jabez177
  • jabez177
Which ones can you eliminate?
lloydlloyd732
  • lloydlloyd732
i think it is A but im not for sure
jabez177
  • jabez177
You can eliminate A and B.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
A is correct, being one of the larger reasons of the start of the Crusades, along with D aswell. The Crusades were mainly based off of both political and territorial claims. That leaves B and C. Now in truth, the Byzantine empire did in fact ask for help of the Europeans to give them aid, which later resulted as another benefactor to sparking the Crusades. That lastly leaves C. Pope Urban II had no meaning to "prove his leadership" within the fight for Jerusalem in the Crusades. He simply wanted to generally claim the lands for the growth of Europe, not actually as God's will as he exalted to the people. It was simply for political gain.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So the answer is C.
jabez177
  • jabez177
@Khirro, we're supposed to guide the person to the answer... Not explain it like that. I wouldn't exactly call that explaining... I'd call that "Giving answers in word form..."
lloydlloyd732
  • lloydlloyd732
thanks both of yall were big help
jabez177
  • jabez177
No problem and welcome to OpenStudy!!! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
I explained to them why the answers were either wrong or correct.
anonymous
  • anonymous
They would've came to the same conclusion if I had offered articles or other sources of information.
jabez177
  • jabez177
Yes but that still counts as direct answer... Instead of letting the person think and use their brain to remember what they learned...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, if they respect the knowledge enough they'll choose to acknowledge the information I'd gave them and not simply the answer I provided.
lloydlloyd732
  • lloydlloyd732
@jabez177 he did give me the answer but he explained it be fore he did and thats the way i like it thankz @Khirro
jabez177
  • jabez177
Yes but the Code of Conduct wants us to guide the person to the answer. He helped this other person and I was like, "That's the way to go!" He did it perfectly. Otherewise still, people will report him for that way or "Explaining."
jabez177
  • jabez177
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