Spring Final Exam Pop quiz Chapter test Unit test Midterm exam Final exam Degree of detail Q: When was the Battle of Agincourt? A: October 25, 1415 Q: What weapon enabled the English to win the Battle of Agincourt? A: The longbow Q: Which two kings was the Battle of Agincourt fought between? A: King Henry V of England and King Charles VI of France Q: In what way did the use of English bowmen at the Battle of Agincourt contradict the rules of chivalry? A: Common peasants were able to fight and kill knights and noblemen Q: Why was the Battle of Agincourt so significant? A: the use of English bowmen against French knights signaled the end of feudal armies and the beginning of English and French nationalism
Urban II called for European Christians to reclaim Jerusalem from the Muslim caliphate.
Byzantine Empire weakened; Papal power declines; Kings’ power increases; increased religious intolerance; Italian cities expand trade and grow rich; trade increases between Europe and the Muslim world; European technology improves