Part One, The Fires of Mai Dun
1. What is Excalibur?
(a) A sword.
(b) A wizard.
(c) A helmut.
(d) A soldier.
2. What is Merlin?
(a) A wizard.
(b) A Druid.
(c) A sorcerer.
(d) A magician.
3. Who is the narrator of this book?
4. What was the occupation of the narrator of this book?
5. What kind of man is Powys?
(a) A servant.
(b) A monk.
(c) A shepherd.
(d) A jester.
6. What does the bishop think Powis is writing about at the beginning of the book?
(a) A revision of British history.
(b) King Arthur's reign.
(c) Jesus Christ.
(d) The history of the church.
7. Why is Powis able to hide what he is writing about from the bishop?
(a) The Bishop cannot read.
(b) He includes illustrations of battles.
(c) He writes in Egyptian.
(d) He only writes at night.
8. Who helps Lancelot try to overthrow Arthur?
(a) The Druids.
(b) The Christians.
(d) The Bishop.
9. How is Arthur able to defeat the Saxon Army?
(a) They are led into a trap.
(b) They are weakened by the plague.
(c) An important letter is intercepted.
(d) A prisoner explains the plan of attack.
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