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Question 1: Descendants of the Crusaders continued to rule in Athens and the Peloponnesus (Morea) until the 15th century when the area was conquered by the ________.
Ottoman EmpireIstanbulTurkish peopleTurkey

Question 2: Duchy of Estonia[2] until it was ceded to the ________ in 1346.
Duchy of PomeraniaLauenburg and Bütow LandRoyal PrussiaState of the Teutonic Order

Question 3: The first four Crusader states were created in the Levant immediately after the ________:
Norwegian CrusadeFirst CrusadeSecond CrusadeCrusades

Question 4: In the aftermath of Northern Crusades William of Modena as Papal legate solved the disputes between the crusaders in ________ and Prussia.
EstoniaLivonian CrusadeLatviaLivonia

Question 5: The Middle Eastern ________ powers eventually conquered them.
Muslim historyIslamic schools and branchesIslamMosque

Question 6: The ________, founded in 1104, with Tripoli itself conquered in 1109, lasted until 1289.
County of EdessaPrincipality of AntiochKingdom of JerusalemCounty of Tripoli

Question 7: This period of warfare is called the ________.
Germanic ChristianityChristianizationNorthern CrusadesEast–West Schism

Question 8: The ________, founded in 1099, lasted until 1291, when the city of Acre fell.
William of TyreKingdom of JerusalemBaldwin III of JerusalemCrusades

Question 9: The name also refers to other territorial gains (often small and short-lived) made by medieval ________ against Muslim and pagan adversaries.
East–West SchismChristianity by countryChristendomChristianity

Question 10: There were also many ________, the four major lordships (seigneuries) being:
Vassals of the Kingdom of JerusalemPrincipality of GalileeBalian of IbelinIbelin







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