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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Henry do to Elizabeth Woodville?
(a) Stripped her of her clothes and title and shut her up in France
(b) Stripped her of her title/inheritance, and sent her off to France
(c) Stripped her of her title/inheritance and shut her in a convent
(d) Humiliated her
2. What happened to Dighton (one of the two conspirators in the boy princes' deaths)?
(a) He never existed
(b) He was murdered to so there was no one to collaborate the story
(c) He was sent away by Henry to live in France in comfort
(d) He was drowned in an accidental flooding
3. Who was pardoned twice?
(a) Sir Henry IV
(b) Sir James Tyrell
(c) Sir William Tonnes
(d) Sir James Tyrrel
4. What is Alan reminded of after he receives the message from Carradine?
(a) How medieval proceedings were in Richard's time
(b) The account of the scene made in the Tower regarding Jane Shore
(c) The life of Richards' surviving mistresses/wife
(d) The death of the nephews
5. Thomas More's account said that Edward was previously married to whom?
(a) Lucille Elizabeth
(b) Susan Shanon
(c) Elizabeth Lucy
(d) Lucy Elizabeth
6. How do the facts stack up against Richard and Henry?
(a) Richard has six reasons not to kill the boys, Henry has five reasons to kill them
(b) They both have equal reasons to do the boys in
(c) Richard has five reasons not to kill the boys, Henry has six reasons to kill them
(d) Richard has seven reasons to kill the boys, Henry has four reasons not to
7. What does Carradine say most criminals are unable to do?
(a) Go from B to C
(b) Go from A to B
(c) Not get caught
(d) Justify their acts to God
8. What was Richard's first move when Edward died?
(a) He wept for the loss of his brother and his nephews father
(b) Posting off to London, ordering his horse
(c) A requiem mass at York where all mobility swore allegiance to the prince
(d) He went straight to the queen and his nephews to console them
9. What is the difference between the way Richard and Henry view the boys?
(a) Richard views them as stumbling blocks to his power, and Henry sees them as kin
(b) Richard views them as his kin, his beloved brothers children, Henry sees them as stumbling blocks and obstacles to keeping his power
(c) Richard views them as sheep to be slaughtered, Henry sees them as valuable members of the community
(d) Richard would most likely have loved the boys, Henry had no such feelings of kinship to them
10. What are the vast majority of gravestones and monuments in Scotland of people executed for religious beliefs?
(a) Reminders of how bad things can be for the religious communities
(b) False history, or tonypandy
(c) False history, or hogwash
(d) Accurate portrayals of historical tragedies
11. Who appears to be at the heart of every issue?
12. What was the date that Edward died?
(a) May 9th, 1483
(b) April 23rd, 1482
(c) April 8th, 1483
(d) April 9th, 1483
13. Which animal was Henry VII compared to?
(a) A lion
(b) A tiger
(c) A snake
(d) A crab
14. Who was the Bishop?
(a) Lord Chancellor and Privy Seal
(b) Lord Chancellor
(c) Privy Seal
(d) A priest of the catholic church
15. Who wanted to marry Jane Shore?
(a) Richard's solicitor general, Tom Lynom
(b) Lord Stanley
(c) Richard's door to door solicitor, Jeremy Maxwell
(d) Richard's Colonel, John Sheppard
Short Answer Questions
1. Who did Grant forget to inquire about?
2. Where does Marta think you would have to go to find someone who would be friends with the man who killed their sons?
3. Where did the event take place where these women became martyrs?
4. What is the surgeon's explanation for the lack of mention of the princes' disappearances?
5. Out of those Richard had executed, who was most cherished?
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