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What pope urban 11 initiate at the Council of Clermont ,and why ?
A.the Reconwuista; to expel non-Christians from spain
B.the Crusades;to free the Holy Land from non-Christian control
C.a schismm;to excommunicate Henry ll for violating Church law
D.scholasticism;to support Christian beliefs using reason
My answer is ... b?

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