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Mexican nobility: Quiz


Question 1: Mexican nobility refers to the titled nobles and untitled gentry families of ________[1].
PhilippinesMexicoNicaraguaUnited States

Question 2: While titles were granted in Mexico itself, other families brought with them their old titles from ________.
Eastern EuropeEuropeWestern EuropeBalkans

Question 3: Afterwards, during the Second Mexican Empire, under ________ of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine, the nobility was resurgent.
Archduke Ludwig Viktor of AustriaMaximilian I of MexicoArchduke Franz Ferdinand of AustriaFranz Joseph I of Austria

Question 4: With the victories of the Mexican Republics over the monarchies of the ________, headed by Agustín I, and the Second Mexican Empire, under Maximilian I—and the writing of the Mexican Constitution of 1917—titles of nobility in Mexico were legally abolished.
First Mexican EmpireMexican–American WarMexican RevolutionTexas Revolution

Question 5: Mexicans who by marriage to titled foreigners or through outright purchase, acquired titles of nobility from European countries excluding ________ or the Vatican.

Question 6: The Aztecs and other ________ had a system of hereditary aristocracy in place when the Spanish conquered their empires.
Painting in the Americas before ColonizationMesoamerican chronologyPre-Columbian eraIndigenous peoples in Mexico


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