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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 16.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens to bring Princess Elizabeth to the English throne in place of Mary, her sister?
(a) Mary is overthrown by Mary Stuart and taken to the Tower.
(b) Mary dies after a long illness.
(c) Mary is murdered by Protestant sympathizers.
(d) Elizabeth weds Edward Courtenay and overthrows Mary.
2. Who promotes Lord Darnley as a potential husband for Mary Stuart?
(a) His mother, Lady Lennox.
(b) Queen Elizabeth.
(c) The Earl of Leicester.
(d) William Cecil.
3. Who ends up in the Tower instead of the princesses because of the attempt to put Lady Jane Grey on the throne?
(a) Mary Stuart.
(b) Prince Philip of Spain.
(c) Sir Thomas Wyatt.
(d) The Duke of Northumberland and Lady Jane Grey.
4. Why does Queen Elizabeth hesitate to take a more active part in the Protestant rebellion in Scotland?
(a) She fears retribution from Mary Stuart.
(b) She is Catholic.
(c) Her country is short of funds, men, and ships.
(d) She fears French intervention on Scotland's behalf.
5. Which of the following is not an action Sir William Cecil advises Queen Elizabeth to take to reduce the danger of Mary Stuart seizing the English throne?
(a) Disallowing Mary Stuart's divorce from Bothwell.
(b) Publicly declaring Mary Stuart guilty of Darnley's murder.
(c) Forcing Mary Stuart to marry the Earl of Leicester.
(d) Keeping Mary Stuart in prison.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom is Queen Mary Tudor engaged soon after her ascension to the throne?
2. Which of the following statements does not describe Wyatt's Rebellion depicted in Chapter 3?
3. What religion is Queen Mary Tudor determined to reinstate as England's national religion when she ascends to the throne?
4. Where do Catholics massacre Protestants in great numbers in the Massacre of St. Bartholomew?
5. Why does Mary Stuart refuse to ratify the Treaty of Edinburgh?
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