First Crusade AQA quiz

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A-Level History Quiz on First Crusade AQA quiz, created by Rebecca Johnstone on 05/17/2016.

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Question 1

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what were the peoples motives for going?
Answer
  • Religion, Territory, loot, conditions in Europe
  • for a laugh, wanted to see Jerusalem
  • they had no other choice but to go, wanted to kill people

Question 2

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[blank_start]Bohemond of Taranto[blank_end] was the Most feared warrior of the crusade. He had been at war with the [blank_start]Byzantium empire[blank_end] in the 1080s
Answer
  • Bohemond of Taranto
  • Count Hugh of France
  • Byzantium empire
  • Holy Roman Empire

Question 3

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60,000 people went on the crusades but only 6000 were knights
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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What happened to the Jews in the people's crusade?
Answer
  • treated them with respect
  • gave them presents
  • killed, raped and looted

Question 5

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Adhemar of Ley Puy was [blank_start].....[blank_end]
Answer
  • A fierce warrior
  • The papal legate
  • The Emperor of the byzantine empire

Question 6

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What happened to the people's crusade?
Answer
  • They waited at Constantinople for the main crusader army
  • left against Alexius' advice to Nicea where they were abandoned by Peter the Hermit and were massacred
  • Never made it to Constantinople

Question 7

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What happened at Nicea?
Answer
  • Crossed the Bosphorus into the Asian minor to capture Nicea
  • Kilji Arslan did not allow them to take his city
  • They captured Nicea because it was in a strategic position to gain access to the Asia Minor
  • They did not attempt to take Nicea

Question 8

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The battle of [blank_start].......[blank_end] in 1097 the crusaders met the army of Kilij Arslan. Bohemond's army attacked first and were driven back by archery fire. With the help Godfrey they counter attacked, the Turks fled.
Answer
  • Nicea
  • Dorylaeum
  • Edessa
  • Antioch

Question 9

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Edessa was taken by Baldwin of Boulogne as he was adopted as their heir and had established the first latin settlement. The region supplied food and resources to the other Christian areas
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 10

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Siege of [blank_start]Antioch[blank_end] began in 1097 and lasted 8 months. They could not encircle the 25 miles of walls to prevent their supplies getting in. The [blank_start]crusaders[blank_end] were starving and suffering disease. The [blank_start]Crusaders[blank_end] seized control of the tower commanding entry to the bridge. Ships sent by Guy of Boulogne to secure the ports. People began to desert. During the siege many crusaders [blank_start]died[blank_end] or deserted. The [blank_start]Holy Lance[blank_end] was a great motivation to keep morale up. [blank_start]Bohemond[blank_end] took over and broke in through a tower and slaughtered everyone
Answer
  • Antioch
  • Dorylaeum
  • Edessa
  • Nicea
  • crusaders
  • Turks
  • Crusaders
  • Byzantines
  • Pope
  • Fatamids
  • died
  • Revolted
  • Holy Lance
  • Cross necklace
  • Jesus' body
  • Bohemond
  • Godfrey of Bouillon
  • Baldwin of Boulonge
  • Duke Robert of Normandy

Question 11

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Relations with Byzantium broke down as Alexius stopped giving resources to the Crusaders
Answer
  • True
  • False
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