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The Nestorians had already separated from the imperial church following the ecumenical council of Ephesus in Though their protection was the motivation for crusades during the next two centuries, the princes who ruled them were not crusaders. The most important reason is that only these Christian communities produced written sources that allow us to understand the experience and perspective of local communities who lived under Frankish authority. The letter raises a series of questions. Frankish settlements in the Levant were similarly seen as part of a larger expansion of western elites into frontier areas such as Ireland, eastern Europe, and Spain which, as Robert Bartlett has argued in The Making of Europe, resulted in distinctive settlement patterns, formulation of separate legal systems, and interethnic conflict. Numerous accounts of these pilgrimages survive in various forms—in chronicles, letters, and even charters. Nor was the fact that this army was largely western in composition particularly different.

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Each group can and should be considered as several different, often competing, communities.

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Mac Evitt - The Crusades and the Christian World of the East; Rough Tolerance (2008 )

The county had no natural boundaries to the east; similar topography and climate continued east to the black-walled city of Amida on the Tigris River and even farther, as the Taurus Mountains ran headlong into the Zagros chain, which makes up the backbone of Persia. Many Karaites, a Jewish group that rejected the authority of the Talmud, were also found in Palestine. Armenian communities in the eleventh and twelfth centuries dominated the cities and countryside in Cilicia and northern Syria, as well as in their homeland around Lake Van and the Caucasus Mountains. They pillaged the whole town and carried off a countless number of young boys, girls, and women to the city of Edessa. Baldwin, however, was not satisfied simply to acknowledge the importance of the Armenian community in Edessa; he wanted to be able to mobilize it militarily and financially for his own purposes. When they refused, Baldwin ordered the Christian inhabitants of the city to wear badges with the sign of the cross. Many of its cities fell to the Franks through the course of the siege of Antioch, rather than through a concerted effort to build up a principality.

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