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MIDDLES AGES ONLINE QUIZ

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one example of a sacrament is...
baptism
troubadours were
poet-musicians
the person who was so famous for his red beard that he was nicknamed Barbarossa was...
Frederick I
The Song of Roland is an epic poem about the battle between...
French knights and Muslim invaders
Knights most commonly traded military service for...
land
The Concordat of Worms resolved a major power struggle between...
The Church and the Holy Roman Emperor
Emperor Henery IV's punishment for defying the pope was...
excommunication
The most famous and respected Muslim leader of his age was...
Saladin
The Crusade that resulted in the capture of Jerusalem by the Christians and the start of four Crusader states
First Crusade
The practice of selling positions in the Church is...
Simony
Considering the meaning of "lay investiture" and the controversy it created, it can be concluded that lay describes...
people who are not members of the clergy
During the Middle Ages, the lowest ranking members of the clergy were...
priests
Canon law deals with issues under the authority of the...
Church
Eleanor of Aquitaine was famous for...
Becoming queen of England
Knights were rarely punished for...
brutality to the weak
The Crusade that failed in its goal of recapturing the Crusader state of Edessa from the Turks...
Second Crusade
In 1100, the Holy Roman Emperor covered most of...
Present-day Germany
The English leader who lead the the third Crusade...
Richard the lion-hearted
The style of architecture that intended to acheive greater height and greater light was...
Gothic
A knight was expected to fight bravely in defense of his three masters, including
his chosen lady
The architectural style most closely associated with the Age of Faith...
Romanesque
The organized effort to drive the Muslims out of Spain...
Reconquista
The Crusade that resulted in the looting of Constantinople by Western Christians...
Fourth Crusade
The Church court used in Spain to persecute Jews and Muslims...
Inquisition