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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. What happened on Elizabeth's journey back to London at Queen Mary's request?
(a) She witnessed a mob.
(b) She was almost kidnapped.
(c) She tried to escape.
(d) She was very ill.
2. What did Guilford Dudley ask from his Jane Grey and how did she respond?
(a) He asked for a letter, which she granted.
(b) He asked for a meeting, which she granted.
(c) He asked for a meeting, but she refused.
(d) He asked for a letter, but she refused.
3. When Charles V abdicated the throne, what did Philip's brother, the Archduke Ferdinand, become?
(a) King of Spain.
(b) Holy Roman Emperor.
(c) Cardinal Ferdinand.
(d) Lord Protector.
4. How was Philip of Spain greeted when he arrived in England?
(a) With great fanfare.
(b) With a mob.
(c) With lackluster crowds.
(d) With no one.
5. How old was Mary when she had her first physical relationship with a man?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did Philip of Spain intend to stay in England only one week?
2. Where did the French launch a surprise attack and regain that city in 1558?
3. According to Weir what was Mary's life goal that was a crowning achievement?
4. Why did Mary not want Jane Grey to be executed?
5. When Cardinal Pole was summoned back to England, what announcement did he make?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Mary retract Jane Grey's privileges at the Tower, and under what condition did she offer her a reprieve?
2. What was the atmosphere at Hampton court when Mary and Philip arrived to await the birth of their first child?
3. Why was Mary reluctant to execute Jane Grey, and what was the council's response?
4. What was the purpose of the Counter-Reformation, and what did it do?
5. How was Philip of Spain greeted when he arrived in England?
6. How did Jane Grey and her husband Guilford compose themselves at their execution, and why was it significant?
7. How did Mary feel about Philip, and why is it significant?
8. Why were the councilors undecided about what they should do with Elizabeth, and what choice did they eventually make?
9. How did Mary want to deal with Elizabeth regarding Wyatt's rebellion, and why is it significant?
10. What personal disadvantages did Mary have as Queen of England, and what did this foretell for her future reign?
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