Christendom Map in 12th Century

In the western Christendom history, the 12th and 13th 100s are associated most potently with the crusade movement. On one level a confirmed holy war versus the Muslim, on another a military campaign of attainment by a hungry to the land feudal fellowship.

But while the competition religion of Islam attracters the revenging crusaders distant into Asia, a further subtly abnormal creed brandishes within Europe and indoors the Christian fold. It rises in the Greek Orthodox church in the Bogomils. The same heterodoxy in western Christendom is that of the Cathars.

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