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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Henry want to stop at Evesham?
(a) To attend mass.
(b) To attack Simon's army.
(c) To see a mistress.
(d) To sleep inside.
2. What does his trouble impinge upon?
(a) His celebration of Epiphany.
(b) His mobility.
(c) His authority.
(d) His sleep.
3. What does Edward end up with after fighting Bran's army?
(a) Power to revoke the Oxford Provisions.
(b) Their banners.
(c) The ability to protect Henry from the Barons.
(d) Power of England and France.
4. 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.
5. What is Simon accused of?
(b) Arresting people without trial.
(c) Draught and famine.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Bran de Montfort squash Edward's escape attempt?
2. What is the outcome of the meeting with Henry and his barons?
3. What is the king's response to the complaints made about Simon?
4. How many people are members of the council in the Oxford Provisions?
5. What does Llewelyn want Davydd to see?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why doesn't Nell de Montfort turn over castles as required by treaty, and what happens to resolve this issue?
2. What do the Oxford Provisions change?
3. What problems does Simon encounter after subduing King Henry?
4. What problem have the Lusignan confronted King Henry with?
5. How is Simon's army nearly wiped out?
6. How does is Edward treated when he is trapped him at Gloucester Castle?
7. What is Henry's response to Simon's attempts to enforce the Oxford Provisions?
8. What is Simon de Montfort accused of by the lords of Gascony?
9. What is Edward's role in the opposition between Simon and King Henry?
10. Describe the fight that leads to Henry's surrender.
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