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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Nell de Montfort complicate a peace between England and France?
(a) By refusing to hand over some castles.
(b) By paying taxes to neither crown.
(c) By interrupting the negotiations.
(d) By waging a war of her own against the English.
2. What is Simon involved in when he hears of the illness of his daughter?
(a) A military campaign.
(b) Military planning.
(c) Political meetings.
(d) Financial negotiations.
3. What happens to Simon's reputation after his death?
(a) People think he was a saint.
(b) People think he was in league with Edward.
(c) People think he was corrupt and weak.
(d) People think he was a French stooge.
4. What does Simon ask Llewelyn for?
(a) A place to keep Edward imprisoned.
(b) Help with Edward.
(d) An army.
5. Why is Henry in the Tower of London?
(a) For fear of Simon's army.
(b) For his opposition to the Lusignans.
(c) As punishment for his support of the Barons' crimes.
(d) For his role in Gruffydd's death.
6. What brings Nell back to England?
(b) Elen's pregnancy.
(c) Simon's political troubles.
(d) Financial difficulties.
7. Why can Henry not raise an army of his own?
(a) He has had a stroke.
(b) None of his advisors will support it.
(c) He has lost his subjects' loyalty.
(d) He has no money.
8. Why is Simon called to England again?
(a) Henry wants to put someone else in charge.
(b) Henry wants to shield Simon from hostility.
(c) Complaints are still being made against him.
(d) He is going to be promoted.
9. What do Simon and his knights do after they get Henry's letter?
(a) Renounce their loyalty to him.
(b) Surround Henry's position.
(c) Pledge themselves to be Henry's loyal subjects.
(d) Vow to kill Henry or die trying.
10. What have Henry's barons been trying to convince him to do?
(a) Return the Lusignan territory to France.
(b) War against the Lusignan family.
(c) Stop supporting the Lusignans.
(d) Absorb the Lusignans' territories.
11. What argument is made in answer to the complaints?
(a) That Simon has the right as seneschal to do what he likes.
(b) That Simon was only doing what was necessary.
(c) That the lords are too well taken care of, and are getting spoiled.
(d) That the lords themselves were corrupt.
12. What does his trouble impinge upon?
(a) His celebration of Epiphany.
(b) His mobility.
(c) His authority.
(d) His sleep.
13. What happens when Edward shows up at Kenilworth?
(a) Bran's army retreats inside the castle, and a futile siege begins.
(b) Bran triumphs over Edward's army.
(c) Bran's army is routed.
(d) Edward is killed in the fighting.
14. What did the Oxford Provisions prohibit?
(a) Monarchical rule.
(b) Executive privilege.
(c) Foreign wars.
(d) Foreign-born lords in the king's circle.
15. Who attacks the Queen?
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Davydd and Owain want to gain by invading Gwynedd?
2. How does Simon's army attempt to escape?
3. What do Prince Edward and Simon work together to do?
4. How does Nell react to the death of her husband?
5. What are Edward's plans with regard to Wales?
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