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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 did Queen Mary vow to do after the rebellion was stopped in London?
(a) Never show clemency to traitors.
(b) Never knight Protestant royals.
(c) Show clemency to traitors.
(d) Knight Protestant royals.
2. What was Frances Brandon's second husband's occupation?
(c) Keeper of Clocks.
(d) Master of Horse.
3. What did Philip want to do by the time Christmas arrived in 1554?
(a) Take Mary back to Spain with him.
(b) Leave as soon as his child was born.
(c) Offer heretics repreive for the holiday.
(d) Have his retinue spy on Elizabeth.
4. What act did Parliament ratify in order to eradicate heresy from England?
(a) "An Act for the Revival of the Thirteen Statues Made for the Promise to Heresies."
(b) "An Act for the Renewing of the Thirteen Statues Made for the Punishment of Heresies."
(c) "An Act for the Revival of the Three Statues Made for the Promise to Heresies."
(d) "An Act for the Renewing of Three Statues Made for the Punishment of Heresies."
5. How was Philip of Spain greeted when he arrived in England?
(a) With no one.
(b) With lackluster crowds.
(c) With a mob.
(d) With great fanfare.
Short Answer Questions
1. The council warned Mary that opposing Jane Grey's execution would be perceived as what?
2. How did the doctors and midwives attempt to comfort Mary about not delivering by the end of May?
3. Why did the harvest of 1555 fail where the people blamed Queen Mary for their misfortune?
4. John Dudley, Earl of Warwick and Duke of Northumberland, was executed on what date?
5. According to Weir, Charles V did not want Philip of Spain in England while what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Thomas Wyatt and a group of men meet in November, 1554, and why was it significant?
2. Discuss Elizabeth's confinement in the Tower and what it revealed about her character?
3. What was the Act for the Renewing of Three Statues made for the Punishment of Heresies, and how was it significant?
4. Why was Mary reluctant to execute Jane Grey, and what was the council's response?
5. What was Mary's state of mind at the end of her life?
6. What personal disadvantages did Mary have as Queen of England, and what did this foretell for her future reign?
7. Why did Parliament repeal the Act of Supremacy, passed under Henry VIII, and who returned to England following its repeal?
8. Why was the Protestant rebellion squelched by Mary, and what did it signify for her councilors?
9. What choice did Mary make after Philip was excommunicated?
10. Why were the councilors undecided about what they should do with Elizabeth, and what choice did they eventually make?
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