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That same year one of his lieutenants captured Jerusalem. These events caught the attention of the pope, who began calling for a Holy War to take back the lands of Palestine and to return the revenues, or income, of Asia Minor to the Byzantine Empire. A tireless warrior, Alp Arslan, whose name means “Hero” or “Courageous Lion,” was killed by a captive commander in 1072. “Never have I invaded any country or attacked any enemy without seeking God’s help in the plan. Yesterday, however, ... ” —Alp Arslan; quoted in The Annals of the Saljuq Turks.
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He told the Crusaders that there would be no more payments to them. This was all the Crusaders needed to set them at the walls of Constantinople once again. On April 9, 1204, they struck the city, agreeing to divide the stolen goods among themselves. Though their initial attack was driven back, the Crusaders struck again on April 13 and broke through the city walls. The Crusaders killed men, women, and children and looted private homes and churches. Much of the city was burned, and its treasures were divided among the Venetians, the German emperor, and the Crusaders, with the Venetians taking the biggest share.
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