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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What Saxon hero is shown with the Celtic virtues of loyalty, courage, and generosity?
(a) Lancelot.
(b) Gwynnedd.
(c) Beow.
(d) Beowulf.

2. What is NOT changed in Ireland as a result of Patrick's influence as a bishop?
(a) Loose sexual mores.
(b) Murder.
(c) Slave trade.
(d) Intertribal warfare.

3. Who is Cernunnos?
(a) Lord of the Fishes.
(b) Lord of the Animals.
(c) Lindow Man.
(d) King of Limerick.

4. What Psalm was Columcille in the middle of copying the night he died?
(a) 151.
(b) 23.
(c) 34.
(d) 119.

5. Which of the artifacts was intended for the Catholic sacrifice of the Eucharist (i.e., Communion)?
(a) St. Patrick's Breastplate.
(b) The Ardagh Chalice.
(c) The Gundestrup Cauldron.
(d) Borremose Man.

6. Which of the artifacts that represent the Irish transition from paganism to Christianity was a pagan votary offering?
(a) The Ardagh Chalice.
(b) The Gundestrup Cauldron.
(c) Borremose Man.
(d) St. Patrick's Breastplate.

7. What were Celtic corpses such as Tolland Man, Grauballe Man, Borremose Man, and Lindow Man examples of?
(a) Celtic victims of the barbarians.
(b) Celtic sacrifice victims.
(c) Celtic victims of the Romans.
(d) Celtic prisoners of war.

8. Who proclaimed the Irish the only people who cannot be psychoanalyzed?
(a) Alfred Adler.
(b) Carl Jung.
(c) Dr. Phil.
(d) Sigmund Freud.

9. What is NOT one of the classic Irish virtues?
(a) Generosity.
(b) Courage.
(c) Grumpiness.
(d) Steadfast loyalty.

10. What are two artifacts that represent the Irish transition from paganism to Christianity?
(a) The Ardagh Chalice and St. Patrick's Breastplate.
(b) The Gundestrup Cauldron and the Ardagh Chalice.
(c) Borremose Man and the Ardagh Chalice.
(d) St. Patrick's Breastplate and the Gundestrup Cauldron.

11. What do the Irish gods that Patrick does not eliminate become?
(a) Angels.
(b) Gargoyles.
(c) Monsters.
(d) Demons.

12. The Irish believe that "the one thing the devil cannot bear is _____________."
(a) Cooperation.
(b) Laughter.
(c) Faith.
(d) Joy.

13. How does Patrick convince the Irish to stop human sacrifices?
(a) He tells them it is illegal according to Roman law.
(b) He tells them Christ died once for all.
(c) He tells them they will go to Hell if they keep it up.
(d) He tells them it is morally wrong.

14. What laws are instituted in the eighteenth century to deprive Irish Catholics, specifically, of their civil rights?
(a) Penal.
(b) Apartheid.
(c) Green.
(d) Jim Crow.

15. What is NOT true about the great Irish prayer known both as "Saint Patrick's Breastplate" and as "The Deer's Cry"?
(a) It was written by Patrick himself.
(b) It was written in the seventh or eighth century.
(c) The speaker in the prayer is most likely a druid who has converted to Christianity.
(d) The prayer summons God's power against all forms of evil.

Short Answer Questions

1. What publication format replaced the scroll?

2. What about Columcille's monastery would not have met with the Pope's approval?

3. What word can be used to describe a "Green Martyr"?

4. What year C.E. is believed to be that of Patrick's death?

5. What is the youthful sin that Patrick confessed to the night before his ordination most likely believed to be?

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