What were the effects of the Crusades on Western civilization?Explain.

What are the three main fundamental obligations Monasticism?
chastity, charity, church attendence
poverty, chastity, obedience
poverty, hard work, honesty
work, prayer, study

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Medieval clergy were often more willing to live the life of a prince or noble and were less concerned with spiritual guidance of the people.
True
False

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The persecutions against European Jews in the High Middle Ages were
always encouraged by Christian preachers.
continually opposed by European Christian monarchs.
frequently inspired by the Christian crusades.
tolerated by popes

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What were the effects of the Crusades on Western civilization? (Explain at least 3)
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A  12th century attempt by scholars to show the reconciliation of faith with reason is called _________________________.
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What is lay investiture?
taxing the clergy
laymen working for the church
investing a priest with false powers
Kings or lords appointing church positions

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Of the two types of cathedral architecture discussed in class, which came earlier?
Romanesque
Gothic

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Started after Edessa fell to the Turks. Inspired by Bernard of Clairvaux, but unsuccessful in recapturing Jerusalem and accomplished almost nothing. Eleanor of Aquitaine went on the Crusade with her then husband, Louis VII.

Reduced number of knights set out for Jerusalem and get side-tracked attacking Hungarian port city and sacking and taking over Constantinople from the Byzantines. Never reach Jerusalem.

A poor, ill-equipped and disorganized group lacking in military discipline and driven by simple extraordinary religious faith, most of whom were killed by the Turks with only a few survivors

An army of about 25,000 to 30,000 consisting of knights and people of all classes. Nobles fought among themselves who would lead. Only Crusade to capture Jerusalem

Led by three powerful kings: Frederick I (Barbarossa), Philip II of France, Richard I of England. Jerusalem remained under Muslim control, but unarmed Christian pilgrims could freely visit the city’s holy places

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Many early Christians believed that celibacy, or the complete abstinence from sexual activity, was the surest way to holiness
True
False

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