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    How did the Kingdom of Granada in southern Spain in the 13th century differ in identity from the northern Spanish Kingdom of Castile? Castile was a more culturally diverse kingdom than Granada. Castile was independent; Granada was ruled by the Vandals. Castile had a higher level of learning than Granada. Castile was Catholic, while Granada was Muslim. How did the Capetian kings strengthen French national identity during the 11th to 14th centuries? They made French, rather than regional dialects, the major language. They gradually unified the central government located in Paris. They successfully challenged the dukes of Normandy for power over France. They gathered a strong army to fight back English attempts at invasion.

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