Which English Queen Are You?

By: Mark Lichtenstein
Estimated Completion Time
3 min
Which English Queen Are You?
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About This Quiz

One of the many things that England is known for is their royalty, and there has been a very long line of royals when it comes to this country. Among the kings who first ruled there were just as many powerful queens. These women have supported their husbands, produced heirs, caused utter and complete destruction and sometimes, have set new trends. After they were wives, they became rulers and did not need men to ensure their country's success. So which of the queens were you?

Are you the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I? She had no children and no husband and England was better for it. She managed to do what many men before her could not. Are you Anne? Not the one who married Henry VII, but the one who married Stuart. She was determined to leave an heir and even though she wasn't successful, she still left her mark. Or are you Victoria? She impacted her country greatly, culturally, as did the death of her consort. Or maybe you're someone else. 

If you want to find out which queen of England you are, go ahead and get started on this quiz. Will you be remembered as the woman who was married to her country or the one who almost brought about its destruction? Take this quiz to see which queen you are! 

Are you amused?
I am, actually.
I'm most amused.
We are not amused.
How can I possibly know that? This is the first question.

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Are you superior to your forbearers?
In every way.
In some ways.
Yes.
No.

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How different are you to your father?
I'm not an idiot.
I'm more comfortable in the public eye.
I stamp my name onto history.
I am British.

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How different are you to your mother?
I have a head, for a start.
I have a voice, for a start.
I am mighty, for a start
I am a protestant, for a start.

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What was your greatest personal challenge?
Fending off suitors.
Fending off the press.
Dealing with the loss of the one I love the most.
My health.

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How tied are you to the defining criteria of your age?
Very much tied.
Somewhat tied, but there are other contemporaries to tie to the others.
I am the defining criteria of my age.
Not very.

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How would you describe your relationship with your spouse?
Nonexistent.
Lovely
A model for all to emulate.
Not great to be honest.

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What aspect of your personality drove the nation under your reign?
My will to fight.
My stiff upper lip.
My grief.
My hunger.

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What would you want your nation to accomplish under your reign?
Conquest of the seas.
Innovation.
Conquest of land.
Consolidate its seat of power.

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What are your feelings about France?
It it is a rival.
It is an ally.
It is a bit silly.
It is a potential enemy.

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What are your feelings about Spain?
It is a great enemy.
It is an unstable nation, forever teetering between extremes.
It is a powerful rival.
It is neither here nor there.

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What are your feelings about The Catholic Chuch?
It is an enemy.
It's fine so long as it isn't abusing children.
It is a faith followed by my enemies.
It is the religion of the Irish.

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Who do you deem Britain’s greatest enemy of all time?
Spain.
Germany.
France.
Itself.

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What is the British Empire’s greatest contribution to the world?
Language.
Stability.
The railways.
Law.

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Which Arthurian knight do you feel embodies the best virtues?
Gallahad.
Lancelot.
Yvain.
Kay.

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What was the greatest weapon Britain had during your reign?
The Mary Rose.
The Trident.
Manowar.
Frigate.

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Which TV show depicts the version of Britain you like best?
Reign.
Almost Royal.
Peep Show.
The Tudors.

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What is the best thing about Britain today?
Its military.
Its innovators.
Its sense of itself.
It's conscience.

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Should Scotland separate from the United Kingdom?
I'd rather it didn't.
It may if it is the will of the Scots.
It would be a tragedy.
It must not!.

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What word would you use to describe Ireland?
Barbaric.
Rising.
Mine.
Catholic.

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What word would you use to describe America?
Shocking.
Mighty.
Obscene.
Obese.

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What word would you use to describe contemporary culture?
Racing.
Proud.
Obscene.
Sumptuous.

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How do you feel about Feminism?
Obviously I feel it's a good thing, for me anyway.
While I have some old fashioned views on things, I respect it.
It's ridiculous.
It's all very modern, isn't it?

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Is Parliament a good thing?
No, I have the strength and sensitivity to rule alone.
Yes, of course it is.
It is when it bends to my will.
It is a necessary evil.

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Who is your favorite recent PM?
Thatcher.
Churchill.
John Major.
Sir Anthony Eden.

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Which British technology is the most important to history?
The blast furnace.
Radar.
The railroad.
The gunboat.

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Which nation is England's greatest ally?
We stand alone.
America.
Germany.
Holland.

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Which king represents the best of England?
Henry VIII.
George VI.
William IV.
James II.

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Who is most important to you personally?
My work.
My family.
My spouse.
My health.

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What would likely be your downfall?
That I never marry.
That my family's problems are often blamed on me.
That I focus too much on my grief.
My health.

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