Who Reigned The England And Aury Queen Of Britist Case Study

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1. Who reigned the longest?
A. Edward Vl
B. Lady Jane Grey
C. Mary l
D. Philip ll

2. Which group wanted to replace Elizabeth with Mary Queen of Scots?
A. The Catholics
B. The Protestants
C. The Recusants
D. The Puritans

3. Who is Elizabeth to Mary, Queen of Scots?
A. Friend
B. Sister
C. Daughter
D. Cousin

4. What were England's strict Protestants called?
A. Catholics
B. Arminian
C. Holy man
D. Puritan

5. In 1641, Parliament sent Charles a list of 204 complaints. What was this called?
A. Grand Remonstrance
B. Seventeen Propositions
C..Nineteen Propositions
D. Heads of the Proposals

6. What was a recusant?
A. A Catholic who prayed well
B. A Catholic who refused to attend Church of England services
C. A Catholic who protested
D. A Catholic
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A. The Catholics
B. The Protestants
C. The Recusants
D. The Puritans

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Question 3

Who is Elizabeth to Mary, Queen of Scots?
A. Friend
B. Sister
C. Daughter
D. Cousin

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Question 4

What were England's strict Protestants
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Heads of the Proposals

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Question 6

What was a recusant?
A. A Catholic who prayed well
B. A Catholic who refused to attend Church of England services
C. A Catholic who protested
D. A Catholic who took part in a rebellion

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Question 7

The leader of the Gunpowder Plot is?
A. Robert Catesby
B. Henry lll
C. Guy Fawkes
D. Thomas Percy

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