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The fourth Crusade attacked Constantinople and _____.
Zara
The Pope said eh would _____ anybody that went on the 4th crusade.
excommunicate
The children believed their _____ would help them win in the Children's Crusade.
innocence
Many children died while crossing the _____.
Alps
The children that didn't die were captured and became _____.
slaves
The crusaders were trying to take _____ in North Africa on the 8th crusade.
Tunis
the first crusade started with a speech given by Pope _____.
Urban II
_____ the Hermit also stirred up support for the first crusade.
Peter
Motives for the crusades were religion and _____.
greed
Jerusalem was taken away from the crusaders by _____.
Saladin
Richard, Frederick Barbarossa and _____ went on the Third Crusade.
Philip II
_____ was captured in Vienna as he traveled home from the Third Crusade.
Richard
The _____ was at the head of the Roman Catholic Church.
pope
Archbishops were in charge of _____.
archdioceses
Priests were in charge of _____.
parishes
Church officials kept _____ records for the monarchs of Europe.
records
The church was the largest _____ in Europe.
landholder
Gregory banned the practice of _____ appointing church positions.
monarchs
Hildebrand became known as Pope ______.
Gregory VII
The pope and Emperor _____ disagreed about who should appoint bishiops.
Henry IV
The church taught that Christians had to receive _____ in order to reach salvation.
sacraments
_____ were journies undertaken to show devotion to God, as an act of penance or to find a cure for an illness.
Pilgrimages
_____ were military expeditions to attempt to take back land that had fallen under Muslim control in the Holy Land.
Crusades
Most schooling took place in monasteries, _____, and cathedrals.
convents
_____ tried to bring together ancient philosophical ideas about reason and theological beliefs about faith.
Thomas Aquinas
Medieval holidays honored events in the life of _____.
Jesus
____ is the name of the ceremony when the lord gave the symbol of office to a vassal.
lay investiture
Starting in 1059, Popes were selected by the _____.
College of Cardinals
_____ was the buying and selling of church offices.
Simony
An _____ is a person installed as a rival to the real pope.
antipope