|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 19.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Queen Elizabeth revive the Royal Navy?
(a) She offers titles and lands for joining the Navy.
(b) She increases sailors' wages and builds strong ships.
(c) She sends medicine to ailing sailors.
(d) She drafts more men into the Navy.
2. What debts does Queen Elizabeth pay off in 1573?
(a) Debts her father and brother owe London.
(b) Debts to Germany.
(c) Debts to France.
(d) Debts to Spain.
3. The Scottish Lords expect to find English Catholics waiting to rise and overthrow Elizabeth's government with them, but what do they find instead?
(a) That France has united with Elizabeth to fight the rebellion.
(b) That English Catholics have converted to the Anglican church.
(c) That English Catholics do not want to overthrow Elizabeth.
(d) That the plague has wiped out thousands.
4. Who becomes King of Scotland when Mary Stuart is forced to abdicate?
(a) James, her 13 month-old son.
(b) Lord Darnley.
(c) The Earl of Leicester.
(d) Lord Bothwell.
5. What does Elizabeth ride in through London to Westminster on the Saturday before her coronation?
(a) A golden coach.
(b) A silk-draped litter carried by eight footmen.
(c) A chariot draped with crimson velvet.
(d) A coach draped with rubies and pearls.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?
2. What is Queen Elizabeth's reaction when her Privy Council finds insufficient evidence to charge Norfolk with treason?
3. Who says the Massacre of St. Bartholomew is the greatest crime since the Crucifixion?
4. Who is suspected of poisoning Lord Sheffield at the end of Chapter 16?
5. Who does Lady Lennox arrange a marriage with for her son Lord Charles Stuart, a claimant to the English throne?
This section contains 372 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)