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Question 1: The Huguenots, the French adherents of ________, had a considerable following among the nobility, while their enemies, later organised into the Catholic League were led by the House of Guise, a cadet branch of the House of Lorraine.
Covenant theologyArminianismCalvinismProtestant Reformation

Question 2: Charles IX is a supporting character in ________' historical novel Queen Margot, which focuses on the marriage between Henry of Navarre and Margaret of Valois.
The Black TulipThe Three MusketeersAlexandre Dumas, pèreThe Wolf Leader

Question 3: In March of 1564, the King and his mother set out from ________ on a tour of the war-torn kingdom.
Dammarie-lès-LysMeauxAvon, Seine-et-MarneFontainebleau

Question 4: Antoine of Bourbon, himself in line to the French throne and husband to Queen ________, was appointed lieutentant-general of France.
Jeanne III of NavarreCharles IX of FranceMargaret of ValoisHenry IV of France

Question 5: Charles IX (27 June 1550 – 30 May 1574) was ________, ruling from 1560 until his death.
House of CapetList of French monarchsNapoleon IHouse of Orléans

Question 6: The ten-year-old Charles was immediately proclaimed King and, on 15 May 1561, consecrated as King of France in the cathedral at ________.
ReimsAy, MarneChâlons-en-ChampagneÉpernay

Question 7: After the truce, the King increasingly came under the influence of Admiral ________, who during the war had succeeded the fallen Prince of Condé as leader of Huguenots.
François de Coligny d'AndelotGaspard de ColignyGaspard I de ColignyAnne de Montmorency

Question 8: He was born Charles Maximilian, third son of King ________ and Catherine de' Medici in the royal chateau of Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
Francis I of FranceCharles IX of FranceHenry III of FranceHenry II of France

Question 9: His physical condition, tending towards ________, deteriorated to the point where, by spring of 1574, the hoarse coughing turned bloody and the hemorrhages grew more violent.
LeprosyAnthraxTuberculosisPathogenic bacteria

Question 10: He visited England and on 14 May made a Knight of the ________ at St George's, Windsor, along with Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford and Sir Henry Sidney.
Order of the GarterOrder of the BathOrder of the ThistleOrder of St. Patrick
















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