Year 7 Early Medieval England By: JHendrix1

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his daughter","cat4amediaimage2":"","cat4v2":"200","cat4q3":"When did Henry II succeed Stephen?","cat4qmediaimage3":"","cat4a3":"1154","cat4amediaimage3":"","cat4v3":"300","cat4q4":"When were the Constitutions of Clarendon?","cat4qmediaimage4":"","cat4a4":"1166","cat4amediaimage4":"","cat4v4":"400","cat4q5":"Why did Henry and Thomas Becket fall out?","cat4qmediaimage5":"","cat4a5":"They disagreed about the authority of royal courts over the church.","cat4amediaimage5":"","cat4v5":"500","cattitle-5":"The Crusades","cat5q1":"Which English King of the 12th century spent most of his time fighting in the Holy land?","cat5qmediaimage1":"","cat5a1":"Richard the Lionheart","cat5amediaimage1":"","cat5v1":"100","cat5q2":"Who was Richard's opponent on the Muslim side?","cat5qmediaimage2":"","cat5a2":"Saladin","cat5amediaimage2":"","cat5v2":"200","cat5q3":"Identify 3 motives for gowing on Crusade","cat5qmediaimage3":"","cat5a3":"Religion, Money, Power","cat5amediaimage3":"","cat5v3":"300","cat5q4":"Who called the first Crusade, who was he responding to and what did he hope to achieve?","cat5qmediaimage4":"","cat5a4":"Pope Urban II, responded to request for help from the Byzantine emperor, and hoped to extend the power of the Catholic Church over that empire (as well as conquer the Holy land).","cat5amediaimage4":"","cat5v4":"400","cat5q5":"Why did Jerusalem matter so much to Jews, Christians and Muslims?","cat5qmediaimage5":"","cat5a5":"Jews believed that God had promised it to them;\nChristians believed Christ had been executed and buried there.\n\nMuslims believed it was the site of Muhammad's flight to heaven.","cat5amediaimage5":"","cat5v5":"500","cattitle-6":"The Crusades and religion","cat6q1":"Who called the Fourth Crusade?","cat6qmediaimage1":"","cat6a1":"Pope Innocent II","cat6amediaimage1":"","cat6v1":"100","cat6q2":"When was the Fourth Crusade called?","cat6qmediaimage2":"","cat6a2":"1202","cat6amediaimage2":"","cat6v2":"200","cat6q3":"Who led the poor on the First Crusade AND\nWhere did the Fourth Crusade end up conquering?","cat6qmediaimage3":"","cat6a3":"Peter the Hermit\nConstantinople","cat6amediaimage3":"","cat6v3":"300","cat6q4":"Who was it that diverted the Fourth Crusade to Constantinople?\nAND from which lands did most people join the 2nd Crusade?","cat6qmediaimage4":"","cat6a4":"The Venetians - Henry Dondalo, the Doge of Venice.\nFrance and Germany","cat6amediaimage4":"","cat6v4":"400","cat6q5":"What were the seven deadly sins?","cat6qmediaimage5":"","cat6a5":"Pride\nAnger\n\nGreed\n\nGluttony\n\nEnvy\n\nLust\n\nSloth","cat6amediaimage5":"","cat6v5":"500","board-notes":"","board-custom-background":"","board-custom-color-main":"#ff851b","board-custom-color-sec":"#eeeeee"}

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