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Published on November 13, 2008

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The story of Richard I of England

 

September 1157, Oxford. Henry II + Eleanor of Aquitaine William Henry Richard I Geoffrey John I

Philip II King of France Henry II William Henry Richard I Geoffrey John I Eleanor of Aquitaine

Tomb of Henry II

 

 

 

 

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Tomb of Richard I of England at Fontevraud Abbey near Chinon, in Anjou, France 6 April 1199

Tomb of Richard I of England at Rouen Cathedral, France

 

 

 

True or False ___ King Richard I was born in Aquitaine in 1157. ___ Henry, Geoffrey and Richard fought against their father: Henry II, king of England. ___ Richard I conquered Saladino´s territories including Jerusalem. ___ Richard I fought against his father, Henry II; against his brother, John Lackland of England; against Philip II, king of France; against Saladin, a Muslim warrior. ___ Eleanor of Aquitaine paid a high price for Richard’s liberation. One point each correct answer

___ King Richard I was born in Aquitaine in 1157.

___ Henry, Geoffrey and Richard fought against their father: Henry II, king of England.

___ Richard I conquered Saladino´s territories including Jerusalem.

___ Richard I fought against his father, Henry II; against his brother, John Lackland of England; against Philip II, king of France; against Saladin, a Muslim warrior.

___ Eleanor of Aquitaine paid a high price for Richard’s liberation.

Multiple Choice : Choose the most complete and correct alternative. 1. Why was and is Richard I well-known? Because of his nickname “Lionheart” Because he fought against the main kings of Europe. Because he lead the third crusade against the Muslims. Because of all the tales, like Ivanhoe and Robin Hood, that were written in inspiration of his life. 2. Which was the main target of the crusades? To conquer new lands. To cooperate with the Templars in order to protect the Holly Lands and Holly Grail from the Muslims attack. To expand a new trade route between the European countries and the eastern ones. To protect the Christianism and the Holly Land from the Muslims, as the Pope requested it.

1. Why was and is Richard I well-known?

Because of his nickname “Lionheart”

Because he fought against the main kings of Europe.

Because he lead the third crusade against the Muslims.

Because of all the tales, like Ivanhoe and Robin Hood, that were written in inspiration of his life.

2. Which was the main target of the crusades?

To conquer new lands.

To cooperate with the Templars in order to protect the Holly Lands and Holly Grail from the Muslims attack.

To expand a new trade route between the European countries and the eastern ones.

To protect the Christianism and the Holly Land from the Muslims, as the Pope requested it.

True or False ___ King Richard I was born in Aquitaine in 1157. ___ Henry, Geoffrey and Richard fought against their father: Henry II, king of England. ___ Richard I Conquered Saladino´s territories including Jerusalem. ___ Richard I fought against his father, Henry II; against his brother, John Lackland of England; against Philip II, king of France; against Saladin, a Kurdish Muslim warrior. ___ Eleanor of Aquitaine paid a high price for Richard’s liberation. F T F T T

___ King Richard I was born in Aquitaine in 1157.

___ Henry, Geoffrey and Richard fought against their father: Henry II, king of England.

___ Richard I Conquered Saladino´s territories including Jerusalem.

___ Richard I fought against his father, Henry II; against his brother, John Lackland of England; against Philip II, king of France; against Saladin, a Kurdish Muslim warrior.

___ Eleanor of Aquitaine paid a high price for Richard’s liberation.

Multiple Choice 1. Why was and is Richard I well-known? Because of his nickname “Lionheart” Because he fought against the main kings of Europe. Because he lead the third crusade against the Muslims. Because of all the tales, like Ivanhoe and Robin Hood, that were written in inspiration of his life. 2. Which was the main target of the crusades? To conquer new lands. To cooperate with the Templars in order to protect the Holly Lands and Holly Grail from the Muslins attack. To expand a new trade route between the European countries and the eastern ones. To protect the Christianism and the Holly Land from the Muslims, as the Pope requested it.

1. Why was and is Richard I well-known?

Because of his nickname “Lionheart”

Because he fought against the main kings of Europe.

Because he lead the third crusade against the Muslims.

Because of all the tales, like Ivanhoe and Robin Hood, that were written in inspiration of his life.

2. Which was the main target of the crusades?

To conquer new lands.

To cooperate with the Templars in order to protect the Holly Lands and Holly Grail from the Muslins attack.

To expand a new trade route between the European countries and the eastern ones.

To protect the Christianism and the Holly Land from the Muslims, as the Pope requested it.

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