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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 punishment is NOT one that Davydd receives?
(a) He is beheaded.
(b) He is starved.
(c) He is dragged behind horses.
(d) He is disembowled.
2. Where is a bridge completed in Chapter 34?
(a) From Mon to Genoa.
(b) From Genoa to the Mainland.
(c) From Mon to the Mainland.
(d) From the Minland to Chester.
3. On which holy day does Davydd lead his attack?
(a) Ash Wednesday.
(c) Palm Sunday.
4. By Chapter 26, how long has the church been without an appointed Pope?
(a) 6 months.
(b) 5 months.
(c) 3 months.
(d) 1 year.
5. Who does Llewelyn think is using his name while planning a raid on the King's mines, which will begin the rebellion?
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Ellen and Llewelyn decide to name their unborn child?
2. Where are Davydd and his family taken to face King Edward?
3. What is Llewelyn and Ellen's first fight of their marriage about?
4. What word does Llewelyn finally receive regarding the King's decision on Arwystli?
5. How soon does Hugh marry the girl he falls in love with at first sight after meeting her?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Caitlin tell Hugh her feelings about him, and how does he react?
2. After Davydd and the men learn of Llewelyn's death, what does Davydd have trouble with?
3. How does Abby find Hugh again at the end of the book?
4. As a rebellion between the English and Welsh appears inevitable in Chapter 25, how are Davydd and Llewelyn reacting differently?
5. What is offered the second time Edward sends John over to a peace offering, and how is this offering received.
6. What does Elizabeth lament to Hugh at the end of the book?
7. What is significant about the day Davydd decides to lead his attack?
8. What happens to Amaury in Chapter 31?
9. What news does Elund surprise everyone with in Chapter 28?
10. Who is Roger de Mortimer?
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