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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What argument is made in answer to the complaints?
(a) That Simon was only doing what was necessary.
(b) That the lords are too well taken care of, and are getting spoiled.
(c) That the lords themselves were corrupt.
(d) That Simon has the right as seneschal to do what he likes.
2. What does Llewelyn agree to do, at the end of Chapter 23?
(a) Free Davydd.
(b) Divide Wales.
(c) Keep Owain as a hostage.
(d) Pursue his claim to power in England.
3. What does Nell do for Elen's children?
(a) Saves them from assassination attempts.
(b) Helps them make good marriages.
(c) Cares for them after Elen she dies.
(d) Provides them with money, and political connections.
4. What happens to Nell after Simon's death?
(a) She goes into exile in France.
(b) She is kept a prisoner in Dover Castle.
(c) She is married to Edward's son Edward.
(d) She is killed by Simon's forces.
5. What does Llewelyn want Davydd to see?
(a) The need for local power in the lords.
(b) The desirability of unity with England.
(c) His reasons for ruling with leniency.
(d) The importance of unifying Wales.
6. What happens when the King agrees to Simon's demands?
(a) Simon raises an army against him.
(b) Simon refuses to return to England.
(c) Simon hands over conspirators working against the king.
(d) Simon makes new demands.
7. Where does the meeting of barons take place?
8. What do Davydd and Owain want to gain by invading Gwynedd?
(a) They want Llewelyn to split his lands between his brothers.
(b) They want to rule Wales.
(c) They want to unify Wales against England.
(d) They want to deliver Wales to England.
9. What happens when Simon commits his whole force to the attack?
(a) They become confused, and end up fighting each other.
(b) They quickly overrun the city.
(c) They are stalemated for days.
(d) They are attacked from the flank, and routed.
10. How does Nell de Montfort complicate a peace between England and France?
(a) By waging a war of her own against the English.
(b) By paying taxes to neither crown.
(c) By refusing to hand over some castles.
(d) By interrupting the negotiations.
11. What does Simon have to do after the victory over Henry?
(a) Defend his gains from other countries' armies.
(b) Establish the rule of law.
(c) Negotiate with Parliament.
(d) Squash rebellions.
12. Where does Edward join King Henry?
(a) In the church where he surrenders.
(b) In Dover, where they are kept as prisoners together after the battle.
(c) In the palace where they are taken prisoner.
(d) In the forest.
13. Why can Henry not raise an army of his own?
(a) He has had a stroke.
(b) He has no money.
(c) He has lost his subjects' loyalty.
(d) None of his advisors will support it.
14. Why does Harry de Montfort let Edward go?
(a) Because he was deceived.
(b) Because he wants peace.
(c) Because he was weak.
(d) Because they were friends.
15. How does Edward's army defeat Simon's at Evesham?
(a) They disguise themselves with captured uniforms from Bran's army.
(b) They approach flying Bran's standards.
(c) They approach silently at dawn.
(d) They send false reports of peace in the outskirts of the town.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to Simon's daughter by the time he gets home?
2. What do Nell and Richard try to convince Guy de Lusignan to do?
3. What does Parliament struggle to determine?
4. What has happened to Simon's body after his death?
5. What do Prince Edward and Simon work together to do?
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