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Question 1: The situation in Scotland had seemed resolved when Edward left the country in 1296, but resistance soon emerged under the leadership of the strategically gifted and charismatic ________.
AberdeenWilliam WallaceAndrew MorayBraveheart

Question 2: [182] On 22 July 1298, in the only major battle he had fought since Evesham in 1265, Edward defeated Wallace's forces at the ________.
Wars of Scottish IndependenceBattle of BannockburnFirst War of Scottish IndependenceBattle of Falkirk (1298)

Question 3: [183] Edward, however, was not able to take advantage of the momentum, and the next year the Scots managed to recapture ________.
Edinburgh CastleLinlithgow PalaceHolyrood PalaceStirling Castle

Question 4:
How is Edward I of England described?
King of England
United States Navy Navy Cross recipient
Russian-American novelist, lepidopterist, professor
King of Northumbria

Question 5:
Who of the following was a predecessor of Edward I of England?

Question 6:

Question 7: [37] A contingent of rebels held out in the virtually impregnable Kenilworth Castle, and did not surrender until the drafting of the conciliatory ________.
Dictum of KenilworthEdward I of EnglandMise of LewesMise of Amiens

Question 8: In particular they should make sure that ________ was not allowed to return to the country.
Piers Gaveston, 1st Earl of CornwallEdward II of EnglandEdward I of EnglandIsabella of France

Question 9: [97] The submission of Wales was complete with the capture in June 1283 of Dafydd, who was taken to ________ and executed as a traitor the following autumn.
ShrewsburyLudlowShropshireChurch Stretton

Question 10:
When did Edward I of England die?
1873-02-01
2009-01-06
1967-02-18
1307-07-07







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