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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  The Old Admiralty or Ripley Building circa 1830
  Admiralty Ripley building in 1760 before addition of Adams screen
  Admiralty Arch
  Board of admiralty about 1810. The same board room is still used today

Question 2: ________ implied the architecture is rather dull, lacking either the vigour of the baroque style which was fading from fashion at the time, or the austere grandeur of the Palladian style which was just coming into vogue.
The DunciadPoetryJohn MiltonAlexander Pope

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  The Old Admiralty or Ripley Building circa 1830
  The Admiralty Extension (which is also one of the two buildings which are sometimes referred to as the "Old Admiralty") dates from the turn of the 20th century.
  The Admiralty Extension (which is also one of the two buildings which are sometimes referred to as the "Old Admiralty") dates from the turn of the 20th century.
  Admiralty Arch

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  The Admiralty Extension (which is also one of the two buildings which are sometimes referred to as the "Old Admiralty") dates from the turn of the 20th century.
  The Old Admiralty or Ripley Building circa 1830
  The Old Admiralty building circa 1790 after addition of Adams' screen wall
  The Admiralty Extension (which is also one of the two buildings which are sometimes referred to as the "Old Admiralty") dates from the turn of the 20th century.

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Bomb proof citadel constructed 1940 for Admiralty headquarters
  Admiralty Arch
  Flag of the Lord High Admiral
  The Old Admiralty building circa 1790 after addition of Adams' screen wall

Question 6: After 1806, the First Lord of the Admiralty was always a civilian, while the professional head of the navy came to be (and is still today) known as the ________.
Roger BackhouseJohn Fisher, 1st Baron FisherFrederick Field (Royal Navy officer)First Sea Lord

Question 7: Admiralty Arch is linked to the Old Admiralty Building by a bridge and is part of the ceremonial route from Trafalgar Square to ________.
Clarence HouseBalmoral CastleWindsor CastleBuckingham Palace

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  The Admiralty complex in 1794. The colours indicate departments or residences for the several Lords of the Admiralty. The pale coloured extension behind the small courtyard on the left is Admiralty House.
  The Admiralty complex in 1794. The colours indicate departments or residences for the several Lords of the Admiralty. The pale coloured extension behind the small courtyard on the left is Admiralty House.
  The Old Admiralty or Ripley Building circa 1830
  Flag of the Lord High Admiral

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  The Admiralty complex in 1794. The colours indicate departments or residences for the several Lords of the Admiralty. The pale coloured extension behind the small courtyard on the left is Admiralty House.
  The Old Admiralty or Ripley Building circa 1830
  Board of admiralty about 1810. The same board room is still used today

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Board of admiralty about 1810. The same board room is still used today
  The Old Admiralty or Ripley Building circa 1830
  The Old Admiralty building circa 1790 after addition of Adams' screen wall
  The Old Admiralty or Ripley Building circa 1830
















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