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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 attack Simon's army.
(b) To sleep inside.
(c) To see a mistress.
(d) To attend mass.
2. What does Llewelyn agree to do, at the end of Chapter 23?
(a) Keep Owain as a hostage.
(b) Divide Wales.
(c) Pursue his claim to power in England.
(d) Free Davydd.
3. What is the king's response to the complaints made about Simon?
(a) He sends a new seneschal to rule.
(b) He limits Simon's power.
(c) He leaves Simon in charge.
(d) He keeps Simon's children as hostages.
4. What does Llewelyn want Davydd to see?
(a) His reasons for ruling with leniency.
(b) The importance of unifying Wales.
(c) The need for local power in the lords.
(d) The desirability of unity with England.
5. How is Simon's leg broken?
(a) In battle.
(b) When he trips down a flight of stairs in the palace.
(c) Falling from a horse.
(d) In an assassination attempt.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens in the first wave of the attack?
2. What do Simon and his knights do after they get Henry's letter?
3. How does the falling out affect Edward?
4. What does Llewelyn give Davydd?
5. What argument is made in answer to the complaints?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Simon's defense to the lords' accusations?
2. What happens to Simon's body after death?
3. What are the conditions Simon imposes on King Henry when he triumphs over him?
4. What is Edward's role in the opposition between Simon and King Henry?
5. What problems does Simon encounter after subduing King Henry?
6. What do the Oxford Provisions change?
7. What is Henry's response to Simon's attempts to enforce the Oxford Provisions?
8. Describe the fight that leads to Henry's surrender.
9. Describe the destruction of Bran de Montfort's army at Kenilworth.
10. Describe the defeat of Simon's army at Evesham.
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