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What was the main goal of the crusades

The main goal of the crusades was to spread christianity.

To die on a Crusade meant automatic

salvation

The council of bishops that served as a church court was called the

inquisition

To gain time to build military strength the Anglo-Saxon king

paid the Danes to leave them alone

A person who works for another person in order to learn a skill or a trade is

apprentice

Groups of students and teachers devoted to learning developed into

universities
Group of students and teachers devoted to learning developed into universities.

Mostly participated in the first Crusade

peasants

The Celts fled to Ireland with the invasion of the

anglo-saxons

Ireland offered peace and safety from the chaos of Europe because

it was very far from the mainland of Europe


Ireland offered peace and safety from the chaos of Europe because Ireland was and still is a neutral country.
In return for the land they were given the Danes promised to do what

leave the rest of England alone

Before the name England was given to a part of the British Isles the country was known as what

Angleland

Who led many viking explorations throughout the north Atlantic

Eric the Red led many viking explorations throughout the north Atlantic.

Ireland is dominated by the what culture even today

Celtic

What were canons during medieval times

Church Laws

What is the old manuscript where you learned all about the Norse gods

The Eddas

The section of French land given to the Danes was called

NORMANDY=]

Who reported to the king about activities in different sections of the country

Sheriffs

Roman rule of the British Isles lasted approximately

400 years

In addition to teaching some amount of tolerance the Crusades also encouraged

all answers are correct

new ideas, trade, travel

Which of the following EXCEPT were created or invented during the early Middle Ages

typewritters

Before Alfred became Alfred the Great King of England he ruled the Anglo Saxon province of

Wessex, and subsequently Mercia (which he allowed to be governed by his daughter and her husband Aethelred)

The two groups of people who resisted Roman rule and fled to Scotland were the what

The Caledonians and the Picts.

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