The Six Wives of Henry VIII Multiple Choice Test Questions

Alison Weir (historian)
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Chronology/Introduction

1. What monarch founded the Tudor dynasty?
(a) Henry VIII.
(b) Elizabeth I.
(c) Henry VII.
(d) Mary I.

2. In what year was the most recent biography, before Weir's, of Henry VIII's wives written?
(a) 1773.
(b) 1986.
(c) 1854.
(d) 1905.

3. At what time in her life could a woman gain the upper hand?
(a) As a widow.
(b) During courtship.
(c) As a mother.
(d) After her marriage.

4. What member of the monarchy had married for love before Henry VIII?
(a) Prince Arthur.
(b) Richard II.
(c) Henry VII.
(d) Edward IV.

5. Which of Henry VIII's wives was misrepresented to him in a portrait?
(a) Anne of Cleves.
(b) Katherine Parr.
(c) Katherine Howard.
(d) Jane Seymour.

6. Which of Henry VIII's wives did not marry him at a relatively advanced age?
(a) Anne Boleyn.
(b) Katherine Howard.
(c) Katherine of Aragon.
(d) Katherine Parr.

7. What was the chief issue of a marriage contract?
(a) The date and time of the wedding.
(b) The division of joint property.
(c) A man's ability to provide for his wife.
(d) A woman's dowry.

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