7 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- ruler of Venice that diverted expedition to recapture Venetian rival, Zarah on Adriatic Sea
- 11th century - migrated from central Asia - Near East converted to Islam - by 1071 A.D. - conquered most of Byzantine territory in Asia Minor - also conquered much of territory in Palestine - attacked pilgrims in Holy Land
- greatest Medieval Scholastic philosopher that saw no conflict of faith and reason - wrote Summa Theologica (encyclopedia of Christian philosophy) - best known work
- "Father of Modern Science" - urged objective study of natural phenomena and emphasized importance of math
- Franciscan 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
- Peter the Hermit - assisted sans Avoir in organizing the Peasant's Crusade
6 True/False questions
St. Bernard of Clairvaux → preached Second Crusade and made the goal to recapture Edessa
St. Anselm → Muslim leader that capture the Holy Land and Jerusalem - negotiated with English king and allowed Christian leaders to visit Jerusalem
Alexis I → Byzantine Emperor that asked pope for military aid versus Seljuk Turks
Dante Alighieri → Byzantine Emperor that asked pope for military aid versus Seljuk Turks
Abelard → captured in Austria and held for ransom, marking the end of the "true Crusades"
Christine de Pisan → captured in Austria and held for ransom, marking the end of the "true Crusades"