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FRE 2710 –  Spring 2017 –  Exam II (90 points) I. Essay questions (50 points, 25 points each): Select and answer TWO questions . 12 font, double-spaced, one page minimum, two pages maximum per question. Take care to construct a response with an introduction, development and conclusion, in your own words . Avoid mere copying from any other source, including course Power points. Any citations or direct paraphrases must be scrupulously referenced (with name of au- thor, title, date and location of publication, including the URL if appropriate). Please note: you will lose points for copying and possibly jeopardize the entire examination grade for plagiarism. 1. The Albigensian Crusade or Cathar Crusade was a military campaign to eliminate Cathar heresy in Southern France. Who were the Cathars, and what was the Cathar heresy, i.e. how did their beliefs ( give specific examples ) differ from those of the Catholic Church? Who initiated the military campaign and why? The Albigensian Crusade has been called the first genocide in modern European history. Explain why this Crusade is associated with the term genocide. 2. The cathedral in Chartres , France (Cath é drale Notre-Dame de Chartres) is considered one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in France. However, a view of the fa ç
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  • Fall '16
  • Crusades, Catharism, Albigensian Crusade, Carcassonne, Medieval Inquisition

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