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Francis Bryan: Quiz


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  • 16th-century English diplomat Francis Bryan disgraced himself by throwing eggs and stones at the common people during a mission to Paris?

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Question 1: Under the influence of ________, Sir Francis was removed from the Privy chamber in 1519,[5] and again in 1526 as part of the Eltham ordinances.
Thomas WolseyChristopher BainbridgeRichard NeileMichael Ramsey

Question 2: However, by 1536 Bryan was working with ________ to bring about his cousin's downfall as queen.
Henry VIII of EnglandThomas MoreCatherine HowardThomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex

Question 3: He was chief Gentleman of the ________ and Lord Chief Justice of Ireland.
Thomas Wroth (politician, 16th century)EnglandPrivy chamberHer Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council

Question 4: [4] In 1519, Bryan and Sir Edward Neville disgraced themselves in the eyes of the minions' detractors when, during a diplomatic mission to ________, they threw eggs and stones at the common people.
VersaillesMarseilleÉvry, EssonneParis

Question 5: Bryan was a second cousin of both ________ and Jane Seymour.
Catherine HowardAnne BoleynCatherine ParrElizabeth Woodville

Question 6: About 1490, Francis Bryan was born in Cheddington, ________, England.

Question 7: He died suddenly at ________, Ireland in 1550.
KilkennyCork (city)County TipperaryClonmel

Question 8: Bryan was a distinguished diplomat, soldier, sailor, ________, man of letters, and poet.
CryptographyCryptanalysisSubstitution cipherCipher

Question 9: Bryan is played by actor Alan van Sprang in Season 3 of the television series, ________.
Tudor dynastyThomas CranmerThe TudorsAnne Boleyn

Question 10: In the ________ two-part drama, a character named 'Sir Francis' who sports an eye patch and is a former soldier friend of Henry's, makes several appearances.
2008 in filmRay Winstone2009 in film2006 in film


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