The Crusades lasted several hundred years, and some historians have argued that certain expeditions from the 15th to 17th centuries might also be treated as part of this broader interest in recapturing part of the Holy Land for the Christians. In 1969, the University of Wisconsin Press began publishing a thorough and comprehensive study of the Crusades. After twenty years, the series ran to six volumes, all of which are included in this digital collection created by the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections project. Volumes include "The Later Crusades", "The art and architecture of the crusader states", and "The impact of the Crusades on Europe", and visitors can browse through the entire collection here, and they can also change the viewing size of each document for a more detailed inspection.


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