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Croatia in the Late Middle and Early Modern Times Quiz 1

In the late Middle Ages, from the 12th to the 16th centuries, Croatia was part of the Hungarian-Croatian Kingdom. Two states attached to the person of one ruler in a personal union changed several dynasties headed to the very downfall of the state with the advent of the Ottomans. This period is marked by the two major battles with Ottomans – Krbavsko and Mohacs battle.

  • Question /

    What is not a consequence of the battle of Mohács?

    • The Hungarian-Croatian state abolished
    • The Middle Ages began in Croatia
    • The Ottomans spread power throughout Slavonia
  • Question /

    What is the consequence of the Battle of Krbava?

    • the defeat of the Croats against the Venetians
    • defeat of the Croats against the Habsburgs
    • defeat of the Croats against the Ottomans
  • Question /

    What is the cause of the battle of Mohács?

    • the conquest of Vienna
    • the conquest of Sarajevo
  • Question /

    What is the consequence of peace in Zadar?

    • The Habsburgs relinquished power on our Adriatic coast
    • The Venetians gave up power on our Adriatic coast
    • The Hungarians relinquished power on our Adriatic coast
  • Question /

    Who led the Croats in the Battle of Krbava?

    • Ludovik I.
    • Emerik Derenčin
    • Petar Zrinski
  • Question /

    What is the cause of the establishment of free royal cities?

    • Venetian burglary
    • Habsburg burglary
    • Mongol burglary
  • Question /

    Who led the Ottomans in the Battle of Mohács?

    • Selim II
    • Suleiman the Magnificent
    • Kara Mustafa
  • Question /

    Which dynasty first ruled the Hungarian-Croatian Kingdom?

    • Jagelovići
    • Arpadovići
    • Anjuvinci

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