Medieval General Knowledge

Test your knowledge about popular figures and events from 476-1450!
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Last updated: February 22, 2023
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What massive Christian campaign started in 1095,
with eight being carried out over two hundred years?
The Crusades
What proportion of the English population was
killed by the Black Death?
Which Italian city did the Medici family rule?
Which English king rebuilt Westminster Abbey in
the 13th century?
Edward the Confessor
Which Frank was named emperor in 800?
What was the name of the eastern half of the
Roman Empire that survived?
Byzantine Empire
Who would pledge their allegiance to a lord
for land and protection?
Who was crowned king of England in 1066 after a
successful conquest?
William the Conqueror
Alfred the Great managed to defend his land in England
against which invading people?
Before becoming a knight, a person would have to serve as what?
a squire
English King Edward III was responsible for starting which
war with France?
Hundred Years' War
Which European city fell to the Ottomans in 1453, ending
an empire that stood for almost 1,000 years?
The Christian Reconquista united Spain as it ended whose rule
in the region?
Under which system did lords swear fealty to the Crown in return
for land and power?
Which king united England, Denmark, and Norway;
known as the North Sea Empire?
Cnut the Great
Level 58
Jan 29, 2024
1/3 of the English population dying is a common figure however there is a rather wide range of estimates for the percentage of people who actually died. If you insist on including one-third, please accept the fraction form, 1/3. Also for the North Sea Empire question, it was Sweyn Forkbeard who united England Denmark and Norway, even though it was for a brief period of 5 weeks it still counts.