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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Simon accused of?
(b) Arresting people without trial.
(d) Draught and famine.
2. With whom does Simon have a falling out?
(a) Earl of Gloucester.
(b) Earl of Chester.
(d) Bran de Montfort.
3. What does his trouble impinge upon?
(a) His sleep.
(b) His celebration of Epiphany.
(c) His authority.
(d) His mobility.
4. How does Simon's army attempt to escape?
(a) By withstanding a siege.
(b) By surrendering.
(c) By subterfuge.
(d) By concentrating on one spot in the lines.
5. What argument is made in answer to the complaints?
(a) That the lords themselves were corrupt.
(b) That the lords are too well taken care of, and are getting spoiled.
(c) That Simon has the right as seneschal to do what he likes.
(d) That Simon was only doing what was necessary.
6. Who is the head of the barons who are frustrated by the Lusignans?
7. What do Davydd and Owain want to gain by invading Gwynedd?
(a) They want to unify Wales against England.
(b) They want to rule Wales.
(c) They want Llewelyn to split his lands between his brothers.
(d) They want to deliver Wales to England.
8. What do Nell and Richard try to convince Guy de Lusignan to do?
(a) Give them shelter.
(b) Join them against the King.
(c) Betray his siblings.
(d) Rein in his siblings' behavior.
9. Why does Harry de Montfort let Edward go?
(a) Because he was deceived.
(b) Because they were friends.
(c) Because he wants peace.
(d) Because he was weak.
10. What is the king's response to the complaints made about Simon?
(a) He leaves Simon in charge.
(b) He keeps Simon's children as hostages.
(c) He sends a new seneschal to rule.
(d) He limits Simon's power.
11. What is Simon accused of?
(a) Betraying the king.
(b) Treating the lords unfairly.
(c) Stealing from the king.
(d) Changing the laws without due process.
12. What happens to Simon's reputation after his death?
(a) People think he was in league with Edward.
(b) People think he was a French stooge.
(c) People think he was a saint.
(d) People think he was corrupt and weak.
13. How does Nell de Montfort complicate a peace between England and France?
(a) By paying taxes to neither crown.
(b) By refusing to hand over some castles.
(c) By waging a war of her own against the English.
(d) By interrupting the negotiations.
14. What does Llewelyn give Davydd?
(a) An army.
(b) Transportation out of Wales in exile.
(d) A share of his power.
15. How many people are members of the council in the Oxford Provisions?
Short Answer Questions
1. What additional oversight will the government be subjected to, as a result of the Oxford Provisions?
2. Why can Henry not raise an army of his own?
3. Who attacks the Queen?
4. What is the outcome of the meeting with Henry and his barons?
5. How does Edward learn that Bran's army is exposed?
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