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Question 1: Clement IV, who was in France at the time of his election, was compelled to enter ________ in disguise.

Question 2: His rise in the church was rapid: in 1256, he was ________, in 1259, Archbishop of Narbonne and in December 1261, he was the first cardinal created by Pope Urban IV (1261–64), in the see of Sabina.
Catholic ChurchPope Urban IIPope Callixtus IIRoman Catholic Diocese of Le Puy-en-Velay

Question 3: Abaqa proposed a Franco-Mongol alliance between his forces, those of the West, and the ________, Michael VIII Palaeologos (Abaqa's father-in-law).
List of Byzantine emperorsRoman EmperorList of Roman EmperorsConcise list of Roman Emperors

Question 4: Pope Clement engaged in correspondence with the Mongol Ilkhanate rule ________ from 1267–1268.
Abaqa KhanArmeno-Mongol relationsMongol EmpireFranco-Mongol alliance

Question 5: Among the Italians who failed to see any nobler crusading purpose in the conflict was ________ (Inferno, Canto xxvii).
Pope John Paul IIDante AlighieriPeter AbelardCatholic Church

Question 6: In 1267, Pope Clement IV and ________ sent an ambassador to the Mongol ruler Abaqa in the person of Jayme Alaric de Perpignan.
Peter III of AragonJames I of AragonJames II of MajorcaConstance of Aragon (1239–1269)

Question 7: [2] In his 1267 letter written from ________, the Pope wrote:
VetrallaSan Lorenzo NuovoBleraViterbo

Question 8: He was buried at ________, where he had resided throughout his pontificate.
VetrallaViterboSan Lorenzo NuovoBlera

Question 9: Having defeated and slain Manfred in the great Battle of Benevento, Charles established himself firmly in the kingdom by the conclusive Battle of Tagliacozzo, in which ________, the last of the house of Hohenstaufen, was taken prisoner.
Frederick II, Holy Roman EmperorConradinNaplesSicily

Question 10: At this time the Holy See was engaged in a conflict with Manfred, the illegitimate son and designated heir of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, but whom papal loyalists, the ________, called "the usurper of Naples".
Lombard LeagueItalyHoly Roman EmpireGuelphs and Ghibellines


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