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Which of these statements identifies a difference between Richard the Lionheart and Charlemagne? A. Richard the Lionheart's forces conquered Jerusalem, while Charlemagne's forces conquered Europe. B. Richard the Lionheart fought the spread of Islam, while Charlemagne fought the spread of Christianity. C. Richard the Lionheart unified all of Europe under one government, while Charlemagne divided it into separate states. D. Richard the Lionheart's major military campaign ended in a treaty, while Charlemagne's ended in complete victory.
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Historiography of the Crusades - Wikipedia, the free ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historiography_of_the_Crusades Wikipedia ... is personified in the lone figure of Saladin; his adversary Richard the Lionheart is, ... to identify as righteous any war that was given a religious or moral justification. ... the pagans and the Holy Land Crusades) further accentuated these traits. .... interpreted, of the parallel between crusades and the Islamic concept of jihad.
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