Urban II


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Ur·ban II

 (ûr′bən) Originally Odo of Lagery. 1042?-1099.
Pope (1088-1099) who promoted the First Crusade.

Urban II

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(Biography) original name Odo or Udo. ?1042–99, French ecclesiastic; pope (1088–99). He inaugurated the First Crusade at the Council of Clermont (1095)

Urban II


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(Odo or Otho) c1042–99, French ecclesiastic: pope 1088–99.
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Noun1.Urban II - French pope from 1088 to 1099 whose sermons called for the First Crusade (1042-1099)Urban II - French pope from 1088 to 1099 whose sermons called for the First Crusade (1042-1099)
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Major organization : DIRECTORATE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE||DISTRICT SOCIAL JUSTICE OFFICE KOLLAM||DISTRICT ICDS CELL KOLLAM||ICDS KOLLAM URBAN II
It may be mentioned here that schools run by the FDE are looked after by six AEOs from Tarnol, Sihala, Bhara Kahu, Nilor, Urban I and Urban II.
His relics, brought by sailors to Italian seaport of Bari in 1087, are kept in the imposing Basilica de San Nicola consecrated by Pope Urban II.
She covers the definition of indulgences, their historiography, the reward granted at Clermont in 1095, spiritual rewards for warriors before the First Crusade, Pope Urban II and the spiritual merit for the First Crusade, the indulgences in the 11th century, the theology of indulgences, the crusade indulgence as a privilege, the development of the spiritual privilege, the defense of Christ and Christendom, the service and imitation of Christ, from sacrificium acceptabile to tempus acceptabile, and preaching and sermons.
Somerville abre el ultimo capitulo (<<Legislation from the Councils of Urban II between Piacenza and Rome [April 1099]>>) con una recapitulacion de la complicada tradicion manuscrita del concilio de Clermont.
In 1096, the crusades officially began with a call to action by Pope Urban II.
The Crusades lasted for seven centuries killing thousands of people after Pope Urban II famously said, "Deus vult
The 18 papers in the proceedings consider such topics as the geo-strategies and historical perspectives of Pope Urban II and 'Ali ibn Tahir al-Sulami, the impact of crusading ideology on early 12th-century Denmark, the rationality behind Manuel I Domnenos' attempt to reform the abjuration formula for converts from Islam, the Armenian kingdom and the Mongol-Frankish encounter, and Baybars and the crusades in Arab film and television.
It was only after such systematic provocation that in 1095 Pope Urban II called for Europe to take back these Christian lands, mainly because of the screams for help from the eastern emperor in Constantinople.
In 1095, Pope Urban II called upon all of Christendom to go to war to support the Byzantine Empire, thus launching the Crusades.
It did not develop by historical processes but was "created" or "invented by Pope Urban II in 1095," (2) or had its origin in an idea in the mind of Pope Urban (r.
He traces how the first Crusade began with a sermon by Pope Urban II and ended in a two-day blood bath, the sacking of Jerusalem and the slaughter of its inhabitants.

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