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Albigensian Crusade, The

The Cathari were a religious sect in a region known as Languedoc, in present-day southern France. The term Albigensian arose from the crusaders' assumption that the Cathari were concentrated in the village of Albi (ancient Albiga). Pope Innocent III declared the Crusade (roughly 1208-1229) allegedly to eradicate the Cathar heresy. See also Cathari.



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