Crusades 100 Define crusade.
Crusades 200 This area was the center of conflict during the Crusades.
Crusades 300 Three causes of the Crusades were…
Crusades 400DAILY DOUBLE This Muslim leader is responsible for turning the tide of the Crusades.
Crusades 500 The Crusades resulted in this unfortunate long term effect.
Medieval Leaders 100 During his papacy, the Crusades occurred.
Medieval Leaders 200 He unified Western Europe for the first time since the fall of Rome.
Medieval Leaders 300 During the Third Crusade, this English king valiantly failed in his quest to retake Jerusalem.
Medieval Leaders 400 He was the king of England who called the first Parliament.
Medieval Leaders 500 This French king was responsible for greatly expanding royal power, increasing French national pride, and winning the Hundred Years’ War.
Society & Culture 100 This institution was a source of stability and power in Medieval Europe.
Society & Culture 200 These were the political and economic systems of Medieval Europe respectively.
Society & Culture 300 This type of architecture features semi-circular arches.
Society & Culture 400DAILY DOUBLE Medieval artwork differs from Ancient artwork in this way.
Society & Culture 500 This type of architecture features flying buttresses, ribbed vaults, and pointed arches.
The Church 100 Define excommunication.
The Church 200 Define interdict.
The Church 300 Explain the Benedictine Rule.
The Church 400 Name two functions of monks and nuns in Medieval Europe.
Important Events 100 This battle stopped Muslim armies from advancing through Western Europe.
Important Events 200 In 1291, these ended.
Important Events 300 In 1453, this event occurred bringing about the Ottoman Empire.
Important Events 400 This event caused Europe to fall into a period of chaos, instability, and illiteracy.
Important Events 500 The signing of this document would forever change the development of the monarchy in England, especially when compared to France.
FINAL JEOPARDY This Norman leader successfully conquered England in 1066. ENGLAND