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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Of the people who testified the impostor is indeed an impostor, who was the most influential?
(b) Jean de Coras.
(d) Carbon Barrau.
2. Of the people who testified, how many testified that the impostor was indeed an impostor?
3. Who intervened when Martin got upset about the situation?
(a) Judge Jean de Coras.
4. Montaigne thought hanging Arnaud du Tilh was _____?
(a) Appropriate for the crime.
(b) Inappropriate for the crime.
(c) The best thing to do.
(d) The worst thing to do.
5. What was the impostor's sentence in the first trial?
(b) A fine.
6. Which of the following was evidence presented in the second trial?
(a) Martin's journal.
(b) Martin's picture.
(c) The impostor's birth certificate.
(d) Physical dissimilarities between Martin and the impostor.
7. About how many people came to testify in the impostor's trial?
(a) One hundred.
(b) One hundred fifty.
(c) Two hundred.
(d) Two hundred fifty.
8. How many times was Jean de Coras married?
9. Jean de Coras' vision for writing the story of Martin Guerre was considered to be ___________.
10. How many chambers did the Toulouse Parliament have?
11. Jean de Coras is believed to have been a supporter of what religion?
12. Who wrote, "The Admirable History of the Pseudo-Martin of Toulouse."
(a) Michel Du Faur.
(b) Jean de Coras.
(c) Guillaume Le Sueur.
(d) Arnaud du Tilh.
13. How did the impostor's brothers respond when asked to come to the court to testify?
(a) They refused.
(b) They fled.
(c) They came right away.
(d) They pretended they didn't get the message.
14. Why were witnesses brought to the impostor before the trial?
(a) To observe the impostor's reaction.
(b) To say hello.
(c) He had a right to try to talk them out of it.
(d) He had a right to question their character.
15. Who made up the chambers of the Toulouse Parliament?
(a) Ten judges and two presidents.
(b) Five judges and one president.
(c) Fifteen judges and two presidents.
(d) Ten judges and one president.
Short Answer Questions
1. What year was Jean de Coras killed?
2. How did Martin respond to Bertrande?
3. Where is Judge Jean de Coras' home?
4. What was the impostor's defense to the allegations against him?
5. What evidence was presented to prove the impostor was an impostor?
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