The great reigns of the crusades are on the edge of collapsing, and religious influence no longer seems to be able to convince European sovereigns to take on new military campaigns as in the past. In the beginning of A.D. 1200, political problems arose internally and conflicts with the papacy pushed the importance of the Holy Land into the background. However, the arrival of a new and young French king, Louis IX, whose religious fervor was beyond that of the other sovereigns of his time, changed the situation. The Muslim army found itself again confronted with the crusaders.
NOTE: This audiobook is in Italian.
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