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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who dies protecting the Pope from falling fire debris?
(a) Vicedominus Arighis.
(b) Cardinal John.
(c) Vicedominus Waldipert.
(d) Bishop Ludwig.
2. What misunderstanding do Gerold and Joan work out when they meet up again?
(a) Gerold's involvement in Joan's arranged marriage.
(b) Gerold's devotion to Richild.
(c) Gerold's association with Lothar.
(d) Gerold's affairs with other women.
3. What event is Anastasius waiting to take place in order to help him advance in the church?
(a) The assension of Lothar to the Emperor's throne.
(b) The ordination of Pope Gregory.
(c) The death of Pope Gregory.
(d) The death of Emperor Louis.
4. How do Joan's actions impede the power of the Pope's missus?
(a) Joan allows the Pope to feel better and therefore attend to his duties.
(b) Joan influences the Pope with her own opinions.
(c) Joan will not allow the Pope to oversee his daily duties.
(d) Joan will not let anyone visit the Pope.
5. Whose army arrives to save the people of Rome from the Saracens?
(d) Prince Siconulf.
6. What is the cause of Joan's death?
7. Who takes advantage of the Pope's illness by exerting his power beyond the limits of his position as missus?
8. For what crime is Gerold put on trial in Chapter 29?
(a) An alliance with Greece to end Frankish domination.
(b) An alliace with the Germans to end Frankish domination.
9. Who burns the project in an attempt to hurt the Pope's role in Rome?
10. What do the Saracens take from the basilica?
(a) The cross of Gabriel.
(b) The cross of Constantine.
(c) The ark of the covenant.
(d) The holy grail.
11. What does Joan know about the Saracens that makes her fear for the safety of Rome?
(a) They do not fear legal prosecution.
(b) They do not fear Roman armies.
(c) They do not fear Lothar.
(d) They do not fear Christian gods.
12. What conclusion does Joan reach when she comes to treat the Pope's illness in Chapter 20?
(a) He has split personality brought on by excess alcohol.
(b) He has cancer.
(c) He has a digestive disorder similar to diabetes.
(d) He has a personality disorder.
13. What courtesan does Joan see during the procession to whom she offers forgiveness for her role in a plot against Joan?
14. What illness befalls the Pope in Chapter 19?
(a) The plague.
(b) A great pain caused by excess food and drink.
15. What does the missus accuse Joan of?
(a) Being a woman.
(b) Being a fake.
(c) Harming the Pope.
(d) Being unchaste.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to another fleet of Saracen ships come to invade Rome?
2. How do and Gerold Joan finally find a moment of intimacy after all these years?
3. What advice does Joan give the Pope when they learn a fleet of Saracen ships is on its way to Rome?
4. What is the purpose of the large procession Joan participates in in Chapter 29?
5. Where does Joan spend a great deal of her time in Rome assisting?
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