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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is William Cecil's relationship with Elizabeth in Chapter 4?
(a) He is her cousin.
(b) He is her lover.
(c) He is her guard while she is in the tower.
(d) He is her Secretary of State.
2. In Chapter 2 of <i>Elizabeth the Great</i>, who appoints himself Duke of Somerset and Protector and advisor to young King Edward after King Henry VIII's death?
(a) Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester.
(b) Edward Seymour, brother of the young king's dead mother.
(c) Sir Christopher Hatton.
(d) Thomas Seymour, brother of the young king's dead mother.
3. Where does the author say she gets her information about the queen from?
(a) Spanish and French documents about Elizabeth I.
(b) Secret diaries of Queen Elizabeth.
(c) Various sources already published.
(d) Secret diaries of Lord Burleigh.
4. Who does Elizabeth choose as her Master of the Horse when she first becomes queen?
(a) Sir Christopher Hatton.
(b) Sir Francis Drake.
(c) Lord Robert Dudley.
(d) Sir Thomas Wyatt.
5. What religion does Catherine Parr encourage Princess Elizabeth and Prince Edward to study?
(d) The Reformed Church.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who tries to seize Princess Mary and Princess Elizabeth after King Edward's death, proclaiming Lady Jane Grey as queen of England in place of Henry VIII's daughters?
2. Which of the following statements does not describe Wyatt's Rebellion depicted in Chapter 3?
3. Who becomes Lord High Admiral of the English navy after King Henry VIII's death?
4. Although Elizabeth and her Master of the Horse have known each other since Elizabeth was eight, when does their relationship become closer before her ascension to the throne?
5. In Chapter 2 of <i>Elizabeth the Great</i>, who is caught with the teenage Princess Elizabeth in his arms and eventually taken to the Tower and executed for planning to marry her without the king's Privy Council?
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