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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was Radegunda's relation to the king?
(a) His sister.
(b) His niece.
(c) His daughter.
(d) His lover.
2. During Gregory of Tours' time, which of the following were fights most prevalently regarding?
(a) Who would lead.
3. Why was Cato chosen into his role?
(a) He was attractive.
(b) He was popular.
(c) He was intelligent.
(d) He was rich.
4. What was the fate of Clotilda's second grandson?
(a) He was married off.
(b) He was given a job in the stables.
(c) He was banished.
(d) He was reduced to being a commoner.
5. Who did Clotilda hope to raise?
(a) Her grandsons.
(b) Her sons.
(c) Her brothers.
(d) Her nephews.
6. What did a man feel enter him during the healing scene?
(a) A saint.
(c) The spirit.
7. What marks the beginning of each "Book"?
(a) Chapter titles.
(c) Roman numerals.
(d) Arabic numerals.
8. What career did Gregory of Tours first have?
9. Which of the following is used to describe the man who had multiple wives?
10. In the description of the cure assigned to one man's condition, which of the following was one of the cures?
(a) Blessed oil.
(b) Holy water.
11. What type of knowledge did Gregory of Tours have knowledge of?
(a) Jewish history.
(b) Modern science.
(c) Writing in prose.
(d) The Old Testament.
12. Which of the following is significantly noticeable to the reader by the second book?
(a) The role of secular poltiics.
(b) The role of holidays.
(c) The role of peasants.
(d) The role of divine magic.
13. Who was asked to bring forth his traveling companions who were suffering from an ailment?
14. What was one of the lifestyle changes the man with many wives made?
(a) He took a more active interest in his children.
(b) He rekindled a relationship with a wife he abandoned.
(c) He became a priest.
(d) He learned many new languages.
15. What did Rauching take pleasure in?
(a) The pain of others.
(b) Many women.
(c) Giving to others.
(d) Dividing wealth evenly.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the scenario that Gregory of Tours introduced, how many wives did the man have?
2. When Gregory of Tours refers to the man who died, what did he actually do?
3. Gregory of Tours showed a direct connection between defense of the doctrine of the Trinity and what other component?
4. What was the term used to describe the following of different saints?
5. Which concept did Gregory of Tours use in reference to the man with many wives, that may confuse readers?
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