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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What act did Parliament ratify in order to eradicate heresy from England?
(a) "An Act for the Revival of the Three Statues Made for the Promise to Heresies."
(b) "An Act for the Renewing of Three Statues Made for the Punishment of Heresies."
(c) "An Act for the Revival of the Thirteen Statues Made for the Promise to Heresies."
(d) "An Act for the Renewing of the Thirteen Statues Made for the Punishment of Heresies."
2. How did the doctors and midwives attempt to comfort Mary about not delivering by the end of May?
(a) They said she would get pregnant again.
(b) They said she was never pregnant.
(c) They said had already miscarried.
(d) They said she must have confused her dates.
3. Who was appointed Lord Chancellor and Keeper of the Great Seal and was Queen Mary's trusted adviser?
(a) Stephen Gardiner.
(b) William Cecil.
(c) Guilford Dudley.
(d) Edward Courtenay.
4. What was the tradition for queens and kings as they awaited the birth of their child?
(a) The queen was confined with her ladies six weeks before birth and no one is to see her.
(b) The queen was confined with her ladies six weeks before birth and the only man to see her is her husband.
(c) The queen was confined without her ladies six weeks beofre birth and no one is to see her.
(d) The queen and king ware confined six weeks before birth and the only one to see them are their attendants.
5. Who had passed an act that considered Cardinal Pole a traitor?
(a) Queen Mary.
(b) Philip of Spain
(c) Henry VIII.
(d) Charles V.
6. Why were Mary's doctors particularly concerned about Mary's giving birth at the end of her difficult pregnancy?
(a) Her frail statue.
(b) Her illness.
(c) Her insanity.
(d) Her age.
7. According to Weir, what did Mary most likely suffer from that accounted for her not giving birth?
(c) Hydatidiform mole.
(d) Intrauterine death.
8. Why was Elizabeth apprehensive when Queen Mary requested her at court after the rebellion was over?
(a) Because her sister was under pressure to force a marriage.
(b) Because she was responsible for the rebellion.
(c) Because her sister was under pressure to deal with her like Jane Grey.
(d) Because she was loath to convert to Catholicism.
9. When Philip arrived in Brussels to help Charles V in his wars, what did his father begin to do?
(a) Transfer power to Philip.
(b) Enact strict Roman law.
(c) Offer relief to the poor.
(d) Demand money from Mary.
10. In her final days, how was Queen Mary perceived by the public?
(a) She was beloved.
(b) She was unpopular.
(c) She was admired.
(d) She was understood.
11. What false announcement regarding the birth of Mary's child was given in April of 1555?
(a) That she had given birth to fraternal twins.
(b) That she had given birth to a prince.
(c) That she had given birth to identical twins.
(d) That she had given birth to a princess.
12. The council warned Mary that opposing Jane Grey's execution would be perceived as what?
13. How did Philip of Spain feel about his new bride Mary?
(a) He thought she was beautiful.
(b) He was in love with her.
(c) He thought she was arrogant.
(d) He was not attracted to her.
14. What happened when Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, reached out to communicate with his daughter Jane Grey after he was captured?
(a) It was too late for conversion.
(b) They reconciled.
(c) They converted.
(d) They did not reconciled.
15. How did Prince Philip of Spain's wife Maria of Portugal die?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Guilford Dudley ask from his Jane Grey and how did she respond?
2. When Mary did not deliver by the end of May, what did she believe?
3. What was the expectation regarding Mary's relationship with Philip that she did not meet?
4. When was Elizabeth's romance with Lord Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, believed to have begun?
5. Besides banning the Book of Common Prayer, what two other acts were made during the first Parliament session after Mary was crowned?
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