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Godfrey de Bouillon Biography Workbook
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Godfrey de Bouillon (1060-1100): Learn all about this famous and powerful French nobleman who helped lead the First Crusade and became leader of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. This workbook is 22 pages in length and loaded with illustrations, maps, recall and critical thinking questions, and fun activities. It is part of our Biography Workbook Series and is designed as a supplemental learning resource for students of high school World History or European History studying the Crusades. Click here to print. The answer key is below.
 
 
 
 
Answer Key:
  1. Fatimid caliphs
  2. Pope Urban
  3. A red cross embroidered on the right shoulder
  4. Gustavus, Count of Bouillon
  5. B - Henry IV
  6. Godfrey felt guilty for having attacked the city of Rome
  7. B - False
  8. August, 1096
  9. Carloman
  10. Count of Vermandois
  11. Answers will vary
  12. D - distinction
  13. M - sojourn
  14. J - integrity
  15. G - formidable
  16. K - levying
  17. E - estimation
  18. F - exploits
  19. B - caliphs
  20. H - impetuosity
  21. A - absolution
  22. I - indignation
  23. L - sacrifice
  24. C - detain
  25. David
  26. B - Seven weeks
  27. Answers will vary
  28. Answers will vary
  29. A - Baldwin
  30. Accien
  31. Robert
  32. M - stratagem
  33. A - anecdote
  34. L - recurrence
  35. K - reconciliation
  36. D - exhaustion
  37. E - hazard
  38. B - assailant
  39. C - conspicuous
  40. G - interval
  41. J - privation
  42. I - licentiousness
  43. F - hostile
  44. H - intrigue
  45. Bohemond
  46. June, 1098
  47. Answers will vary
  48. Answers will vary
  49. An Egyptian army
  50. A - True
  51. javelin
  52. St. George
  53. Church of the Holy Sepulchre
  54. K - succor
  55. D - commenced
  56. C - carnage
  57. G - perilous
  58. J - slaughtered
  59. H - pitiable
  60. A - adroitness
  61. E - havoc
  62. F - inclemency
  63. I - profligate
  64. B - blaspheme
  65. L - twain
  66. M - vigilance
  67. He believed that only Jesus/God, crowned with thorns at his execution, ruled as king of Jerusalem
  68. Emir of Caesarea
  69. Answers will vary
  70. On map
  71. On map
  72. On map
  73. On map
  74. On map
  75. D - Roum
  76. On map
  77. 265 miles
  78. Answers will vary, but might include Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Jaffa, Acre, Tyre, Sidon, and Nazareth
  79. On map
  80. On map
  81. 1229
  82. G - expedition
  83. M - supernatural
  84. L - remorse
  85. K - prejudicial
  86. A - anxiety
  87. B - combustible
  88. C - covetous
  89. I - legislative
  90. H - historian
  91. D - desecrate
  92. F - exemplify
  93. J - persuade
  94. E - exaggerated
 
 
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