1. What are Ailill and Medb talking about as they lie in their bed?
(a) Their health.
(b) That Ailill was a king before he married Medb.
(c) Their wealth.
(d) That Medb did not get along with her father.
2. Why was Medb a powerful person in her own right?
(a) She was a favorite daughter of a high king of Ireland.
(b) She was the widow of an Irish king.
(c) She was a warrior queen.
(d) She had made some excellent investments.
3. Medb wants to borrow Dari of Cooley's bull for a year. What deal does MacRoth the Messenger offer Dari?
(a) She will keep the bull, but give him her friendship and protection.
(b) She will return the bull and give him a lot of land.
(c) She will return the bull and give him fifty heifers.
(d) She will return the bull and give him a chariot.
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