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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who had himself appointed Lord Protector and Governor?
(a) The Duke of Norfolk.
(b) Edward, Earl of Sussex.
(c) Edward, Earl of Hertford.
(d) James, Lord Essex.
2. What did Cecil and Elizabeth I do to fight the financial crisis?
(a) Lowered the value of other country's coins in England.
(b) Lowered the value of the British coins.
(c) Made a coin with the Queen's stamp.
(d) Made the value of British coins higher.
3. Where did Elizabeth I stay after living in the Tower for a week?
(a) Wyndham Palace.
(b) Richmond Park.
(c) Somerset House.
(d) Whitehall Palace.
4. Who pressured Elizabeth I to marry and name a successor?
(b) Duke of Essex.
(c) The King of France.
5. Who was Elizabeth's governess?
(a) Ashley Tudor.
(b) Mary Ashley.
(c) Kat Ashley.
(d) Ashley Martin.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was the mother of Henry VIII's son, Edward?
2. Who did Henry VIII need to have approval from to have his marriage dissolved, according to Chapter 1?
3. What was Mary warned about Elizabeth when she met her?
4. Who did Elizabeth I name to be protector of the kingdom in case she was incapacitated for a long period of time?
5. Who did Baron Seymour of Sudeley marry?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Walsingham advise the Queen of?
2. What order did Elizabeth I give in March 1587 according to Chapter 12?
3. What did Elizabeth want to ensure about Protestants?
4. Who was Kat Ashley and who did she promote a match between?
5. What was held in 1588 and what was the outcome?
6. What was Philip's condition regarding negotiations?
7. How many houses and castles did Elizabeth I have?
8. What did Mary, Queen of Scots, refuse to accept ?
9. How many Catholics were executed under Elizabeth I's reign?
10. What did a potential husband need to have according to Chapter 4 and why did it present a problem?
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