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Sixth Crusade
also called 6th Crusade

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  1. started in 1228 as an attempt to reconquer Jerusalem

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  2. As Frederick had matters to attend to at home, he left Jerusalem in May

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  3. began only seven years after the failure of the Fifth Crusade

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  4. Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, had involved himself broadly in the Fifth Crusade, sending troops from Germany, but he failed to accompany the army directly, despite the encouragement of Honorius III and later Gregory IX, as he needed to consolidat

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  5. Armoiries Chypre
    Armoiries Chypre

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