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Question 1: ________ had some of the earliest and most violent incidents; on May 30, a mob of woolworkers murdered two administrators and the city's legislator who had voted in favor.
SegoviaFresno de CantespinoEl EspinarAyllón

Question 2: Thus, in late March 1520, Charles convened the Cortes in ________.
Santiago de CompostelaA CoruñaSalamancaPadrón

Question 3: [28][29] Uprisings throughout Castile occurred, even in cities that previously had been neutral such as Castile's capital, ________.
ValdunquilloCampasperoCuriel de DueroValladolid

Question 4: [37] In ________ to the southwest, the city of Plasencia joined the Comunidades, but this was undermined by the close proximity of other royalist cities such as Ciudad Rodrigo and Cáceres.
Castile and LeónCastile-La ManchaAndalusiaExtremadura

Question 5: He appeared at the Zocodover Plaza in the heart of the city on March 29, 1521, ________.
Palm SundayEaster MondayGood FridayEaster

Question 6: Following the loss of Tordesillas, the comuneros regrouped in ________.
ValdunquilloCuriel de DueroCampasperoValladolid

Question 7: William de Croÿ, the young Flemish Archbishop of Toledo appointed by Charles, died in January 1521 in ________.
RegensburgReutlingenHeilbronnWorms, Germany

Question 8: The revolt occurred in the wake of political instability in the ________ after the death of Queen Isabella I in 1504.
Kingdom of LeónSpainRevolt of the ComunerosCrown of Castile

Question 9: Charles campaigned aggressively for the post, vying with King Francis I of France to bribe the most ________.
Prince-electorElectoral PalatinateImperial electionHoly Roman Empire

Question 10: Zúñiga was a prior in the ________, who maintained a base in Castile at the time.
MonacoSovereign Military Order of MaltaItalySpain


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