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6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Peter the Hermit - assisted sans Avoir in organizing the Peasant's Crusade
  2. ran Council of Clermont where he called for a Crusade and in return for aid, he expected submission Byzantine church (East Orthodox) to Rome
  3. Byzantine Emperor that asked pope for military aid versus Seljuk Turks
  4. led the peasant's crusade and alter the Pennyless - monk from Amiens
  5. "Divine Comedy" - mythological journey through heaven and hell - written in Tuscan dialect - combines humor, tragedy and quest for religious understanding
  6. "Canterbury Tales" - English pilgrims traveling to shrine of St. Thomas Beket at Canterbury - each character (knight, plowman, abbess , miller, monk, widow) tells a story - funny, romantic, bawdy - tales tell story of medieval life -

6 True/False questions

  1. Saladinmajor Scholastic philosopher that taught at Univerisity of Paris and put reason above Faith - wrote Sic et Non (Yes and No) - best known work

          

  2. Hildegard von BingenGerman abbess - known for spiritual wisdom - wrote about religion science medicine - noted music composer

          

  3. St. Anselmmajor Scholastic philosopher that put faith above reason and emphasized study in order to understand what is believed

          

  4. Richard Icaptured in Austria and held for ransom, marking the end of the "true Crusades"

          

  5. Frederick BarbossaFranciscan monk - pupil of Grosseteste - established foundations of modern scientific inquiry - believed all aspects of knowledge are inter-related - work in optics led to development of glasses - predicted invention of airplanes and automobiles

          

  6. Thomas Aquinasgreatest Medieval Scholastic philosopher that saw no conflict of faith and reason - wrote Summa Theologica (encyclopedia of Christian philosophy) - best known work