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Question 1: When Baldwin campaigned against the Byzantine lords of ________, they called upon Kaloyan for help.
ThraceRoman EmpireThraciansGreece

Question 2: This alliance allowed Henry to launch a campaign in Macedonia, ________ and Central Greece against the rebellious Lombard lords of Thessalonica.

Question 3: The initial campaigns of the crusaders in Asia Minor resulted in the capture of most of ________ by 1205, with the defeat of the forces of Theodore I Lascaris at Poemanenum and Prusa.

Question 4: At the same time, another Greek successor state, the ________, under Michael I Komnenos Doukas, posed a threat to the Empire's vassals in Thessalonica and Athens.
History of the Eastern Roman EmpireByzantine navyDespotate of EpirusByzantine Empire

Question 5: Baldwin IX, ________, was crowned the first Latin emperor as Baldwin I on 16 May 1204.
Charles V, Holy Roman EmperorPhilip II of SpainCount of FlandersCounts of Hainaut

Question 6: Unlike in Asia, where the Latin Empire faced only an initially weak Nicaea, in Europe it was immediately confronted with a powerful enemy: the Bulgarian tsar ________.
Ivan Asen I of BulgariaKaloyan of BulgariaSamuel of BulgariaIvan Asen II of Bulgaria

Question 7: The Latin Empire or Latin Empire of Constantinople (original Latin name: Imperium Romaniae, "Empire of Romania"[1]) is the name given by historians to the feudal Crusader state founded by the leaders of the Fourth Crusade on lands captured from the ________.
CrusadesWestern Roman EmpireByzantine EmpireByzantine Iconoclasm

Question 8: The Latin Empire was intended to supplant the Byzantine Empire as titular successor to the Roman Empire in the east, with a Western Catholic emperor enthroned in place of the Orthodox ________.
List of Roman EmperorsConcise list of Roman EmperorsList of Byzantine emperorsRoman Emperor

Question 9: Catholic monastic orders, such as the ________, the Dominicans and the Franciscans were established in the Empire.
TrappistsCisterciansCarthusianCatholic religious order

Question 10: It was established after the capture of ________ in 1204 and lasted until 1261.
ConstantinopleByzantine EmpireByzantine navyHagia Sophia

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