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Chapter 14 Test

QuestionAnswer
What did Pope Urban II read that made him issue a call for all Christians to fight "holy war"? letter
How many Crusades were fought between 1097 and 1192 AD? three
What other Crusades were there? Besides the main three? the Children's Crusade 1212 AD; the Spanish Crusade; the Reconquista and Spanish Inquisition from 1100's to the 1400's
What goals did the Crusades have? What motives did they have? Economic, social, and political goals as well as religious motives.
What were the effects of the Crusades? Return of trade and learning; weakened the power of the pope and Church; weakened the feudal nobility and increased the power of the kings; thousands of knights and others lost their lives and fortunes, etc.
What grew between the years 1000-1300 AD? agriculture, trade, finance, population growth.
From 800-1200 AD, what helped to increase farm production? a warmer climate
Created by: mramirezmarin