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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 is the subject of Chris Hughes' doctoral dissertation?
(a) The impact of the bubonic plague on wars
(b) Medieval water mills
(c) The use of hoisting technology in sieges in the Middle Ages
(d) Fabrics of the middle ages
2. Upon what is Quantum technology based?
(a) Occam's razor
(b) Subatomic reality
(c) The use of anti-matter
(d) Threaded realities
3. What do the orderlies notice about the new patient's shirt?
(a) It is of material they do not recognize
(b) It is handmade
(c) It looks as if it has been torn and re-sewed
(d) It has no labels in it
4. Who annoys Chris at dinner in Sarlat?
(a) Kate's New York visitors
5. Why is Chris shocked when David stumbles in the woods?
(a) David breaks his arm
(b) David falls into a snake nest
(c) He reveals the foundation of a tower just where Kramer said it was
(d) David falls in a well
Short Answer Questions
1. Who takes responsibility for notifying ITC of the death of the old man?
2. What is the man wearing that lies beside the road where Dan and Liz are driving?
3. What kind of car is Dan Baker driving?
4. Where is the site architect when they look for her?
5. Who is Joseph Traub?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do scientists believe at the end of the 19th Century?
2. What does Kramer pressure the Professor to do?
3. Who helps Sir Oliver defend La Roque and what is said about him?
4. What small problem does Francois Bellin mention to the Professor?
5. How does Chris behave at dinner with the others in Sarlat?
6. What indications are there that ITC's luck with quantum research has failed?
7. What is the quintain, and what is its purpose?
8. What is Marek like as a medieval historian?
9. What does Dan notice about the old man's body when Dan lifts him into the car?
10. Who is Arnaut de Cervole, and what is he known for doing?
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