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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The exchange is compared to the enemies in what war?
(a) World War I.
(b) War of Athens.
(c) War of the Roses.
(d) Trojan War.
2. Who is not one who steps forth to pay homage to Tamburlaine?
3. Who is Callapine's chief ally?
(a) King of Hungary.
(d) King of Amasia.
4. Why is the wife not allowed to die?
(a) She knows the secrets of the kingdom.
(b) She is pregnant.
(c) Theridimas is in love with her.
(d) She is a witch.
5. According to Tamburlaine, blood is more precious than what jewel?
6. Instead of fighting, Calyphas chooses to do what?
(a) Find a prostitute.
(b) Play cards.
(c) Drink wine.
(d) Hide in the tent.
7. Who reaps rewards for loyalty?
8. What act could bring dishonor on Tamburlaine?
(a) Not being buried.
(b) Losing all of his allies and riches.
(c) Being drawn and quartered in a public place.
(d) Losing to a much smaller army.
9. How do the kings celebrate?
(a) Wine and women.
(d) Military games.
10. Tamburlaine wishes for:
(a) A sword.
(b) His regents.
11. Sigismund is wounded and is left to the whims of:
(a) The undertaker.
(c) Skills of slaves.
(d) Wild beasts.
12. How many armies have become allies with Callapine?
13. What is to be done to the city's religious artifacts?
14. Almeda comments that since Tamburlaine has been named king, he has...
(a) Amounted to nothing.
(b) Became vain and careless.
(c) Struck fear into the hearts of men.
(d) Changed the face of the world.
15. How does Tamburlaine prove that wounds mean nothing?
(a) He tells a story of one of his battles.
(b) He cuts his arm.
(c) He kills a slave.
(d) He strikes one of the boys.
Short Answer Questions
1. Callapine compares Tamburlaine's pride to the:
2. How are the city's leaders killed?
3. Tamburlaine admonishes one of the kings and orders him to be:
4. Who kills the son?
5. What rebellious animal was subdued?
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