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Seconde euro. Third Crusade

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  • Q1
    Question 0. The crusaders set out on the third crusade in?
    1189
    1187
    1989
    30s
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  • Q2
    The kings present different arguments to set out on a Crusade. Only one is right.
    Richard I thought it was his duty as a monk.
    Philip the 2nd wanted to seduce the ladies by wearing a nice tunic
    Richard I thought it was his duty as a knight.
    Philip the 2nd did not want to expand his own territory.
    30s
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  • Q3
    Why were Philip II and Richard I fighting?
    Because Richard I was disgusted by the fact that the French are eating frogs.
    Because Richard the first’s mother - Eleanor of Aquitaine - was also the former wife of the French king.
    Because Phillip II’s mother - Eleanor of Aquitaine - was also the former wife of Richard I.
    30s
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  • Q4
    Was the second crusade a success or a failure?
    failure
    Success
    10s
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  • Q5
    Four main European leaders try to get Jerusalem back during the third crusade. You are going to be presented with two names. One is right, the other is wrong
    King Richard, the Lionheart
    Queen Elisabeth II
    20s
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  • Q6
    Four main European leaders try to get Jerusalem back during the third crusade. You are going to be presented with two names. One is right, the other is wrong
    Emperor Frederic Barbarossa of Germany, the Holy Roman Emperor
    King Saint Louis (or Louis IX)
    20s
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  • Q7
    Four main European leaders try to get Jerusalem back during the third crusade. You are going to be presented with two names. One is right, the other is wrong
    Duke Leopold of Hungary
    King Philip of France
    20s
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  • Q8
    Four main European leaders try to get Jerusalem back during the third crusade. You are going to be presented with two names. One is right, the other is wrong
    King John Lackland
    Duke Leopold of Austria. (even if he did not led the crusade as he arrived before)
    20s
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  • Q9
    Who was the Muslim leader who captured Jerusalem in 1187?
    Mehmet II
    Erdogan
    Saladin
    20s
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  • Q10
    After Richard I’s fight for Jerusalem, Christians were left with…………………………………………….? Complete the sentence.
    The right for the Christian knights of a free meal made of potatoes and sprouts.
    The right for the Christian pilgrims of a free passage to Jerusalem
    The right for the Christian pilgrims of a free passage to Rome
    The right for the Christian knights of a free passage to Jerusalem
    30s
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  • Q11
    What is seen as a striking proof of England prosperity?
    The fact that the English could pay for their king’s ransom.
    The fact that the English were drinking plenty of tea.
    The fact that the English could produce all the tunics for the crusaders.
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