5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Why did the Venetians want to attack Zadar?
- The Fourth Crusade
- What did Phillip II do after the Crusade?
- Idea Results
- Trade Results
- a Main players: Pope Innocent III, French knights. In 1204 the Crusaders attacked Constantiniple. The city stayed under Western control for 60 years but was regained by the Byzantines. The Turks took Constantinople in 1453.
- b After quarreling with Richard, he went back to England and seized parts of France
- c The Westerners gained knowledge from the Byzantines and the Muslims. These ideas helped to enrich European culture.
- d Italian cities became major trading centers. Since Italian ships carried Crusaders, they returned to Italy with food from Asia.
- e ThBecause Zadar was a rival port to the Venetians who persuaded the Crusaders to attack it. They succeeded.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The power of the European kings got stronger because since a lot of knights died, the kings took their land and therefore, directly owned more of the kingdom. This helped bring an end to feudalism. The Christian Church also became stronger because the Popes took on more Importance
- The Europeans learned New ways to wage war. They could undermine walls, learned about catapults, and learned about gunpowder from the Muslims and Byzantines
- If they didn't die on the way there, some were sent home by the Pope. Others made it to Southern France and were tricked into boarding ships where they were sold into slavery
- Richard remained in the Holy Land but couldn't capture Jerusalem. He made a truce with Saladin
5 True/False Questions
What did the truce between Saladin and Richard I allow? → The crossbow
The Second Crusade → By 1146, the Turks started to gain back land little by little and the 2nd Crusade started in 1147. King Louis VII and Conrad III led armies across Europe but failed to recapture Damascus and returned to Europe in 1149
Cruciata → Marked with a cross
How did Barbarossa die? → Drowned on the way to the Holy Land and his army turned back
First Crusade → A series of military expeditions to regain the