1. Which Roman General briefly visited the island of Britain with troops in 55 B.C.? 2. Why did the Romans make their military forays into Britain in 55 and 54 B.C.? 3. What factors contributed to the rapid conquest of southern Britain in 43 A.D.? 4.
HIST 213 FINAL EXAM REVIEW
How did Richard II's reign end, and how did he die? (1377-1399) background: Edward III dies, the crown should have passed to his son, Edward the Black Prince, but the Black Prince was killed in battle; Edward III had two y
What Roman General briefly visited the island of Britain with troops in 55 BC? Julius Caesar Why did the Romans make their military forays into Britain in 55 and 54 B.C.? Believed the British isles rich in gold, believed he couldn't hold northern fra
HIST 213: Britain to 1700 Dr. James Rosenheim Spring 2017
This quiz is due on eCampus by 8:00 a.m. on Monday, 13 February.
A. Multiple choice (1 point each)
Indicate the appropriate letter that matches the correct answer.
Cades Rebellion of 1450 and Peasants Rebellion of 1381 are similar in numerous ways,
for English commoners desired a sovereign King of England to rule justly and rid England of
evil higher authorities such as Henry VIs influencers (Duke of Suffolk) and
HIST 213: ENGLAND TO 1700 - Dr. James Rosenheim
Written analysis 1
Henry Tudor was the successor to Richard III. The succession was enabled, for Henry
was the best option to defeat Richard III, and seize the throne. As Henry Tudor