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for nantes crusade expansion
-thinking maybe an "english reinforcement" of the saxon crusade under the order of innocent iii as penance to king john of england (innocent issues edict for 5 crusade, including renewed effort against pagan faels; start here looking for PODs:
--chullachaqui 19:19, 22 June 2016 (EDT)
a native mixed-ancestry traitor, writing against the Faels as pastoralists: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_of_Wales --chullachaqui 19:59, 22 June 2016 (EDT)
a modern historian notes the supposed inherent impotence of the crusade, pointing out that roman power and ability to project itself had weakened considerably since the capitals heyday. during augustus time the senate could sling legions across three continents with impunity - laying the linguistic, cultural, and genetic pipe that would keep europe as one unit in the face of german and then slavic onslaughts.. in the age of the fused politico-pope that replaced authoritarian imperial rule with religious coercion, the best the petrine throne can manage is a few weak and ineffective thrusts of a flaccid army, drizzling down the coast of the levant - able to impregnate jerusalem but producing only stillborn kingdoms at best