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Frederick Barbarossa drowned during the a. First Crusade c. Third Crusade b. Second Crusade d. He did not drown
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Frederick Barbarossa drowned during the: THIRD CRUSADE.
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Pope Urban II granted the Byzantine emperor help against the Seljuq Turks because a. the Seljuq Turks were holding citizens of the Byzantine Empire prisoner. b. the Seljuq Turks were enslaving citizens of the Byzantine Empire. c. the Seljuq Turks had control of the Holy Land. d. the Seljuq Turks gained control of the Byzantine Empire.
Weegy: Pope Urban II granted the Byzantine emperor help against the Seljuq Turks because - - d. the Seljuq Turks gained control of the Byzantine Empire. User: Frederick Barbarossa drowned during the a. First Crusade c. Third Crusade b. Second Crusade d. He did not drown User: The Crusades finally came to an end when Muslims captured the last Christian stronghold of __________________. a. Damascus c. Acre b. Antioch d. Jerusalem User: A united Spain a. established trade with the Muslim world. b. sided with the French in the Hundred Years’ War. c. established an area of the city for each religion. d. ordered all non-Christians out of the city. Weegy: The answer is D. A united spain under ferdinand of aragon and isabella of castille expelled non-Christian out of the city. (More)
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A united Spain a. established trade with the Muslim world. b. sided with the French in the Hundred Years’ War. c. established an area of the city for each religion. d. ordered all non-Christians out of the city.
Weegy: The united Spain is d. ordered all non-Christians out of the city. The Spanish Inquisition required non-Christians to convert to Catholicism or be killed. [ It was at it's most active between 1480 and 1530. ] (More)
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