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Question 1: Alexander had married Princess Margaret of England, a daughter of King Henry III of England and ________, on 26 December 1251.
Catherine of ValoisAnne of BohemiaEleanor of ProvenceIsabella of France

Question 2: David (20 March 1272 – June 1281 ________); buried in Dunfermline Abbey
Stirling CastleLinlithgow PalaceEdinburgh CastleHolyrood Palace

Question 3: The ________ (October 1263) proved indecisive, but even so, Haakon's position was hopeless.
Battle of LargsHebridesOrkneyScotland

Question 4: Norway retained only ________ and Shetland in the area.
OrkneyUnited KingdomScotlandHebrides

Question 5: On attaining his majority at the age of 21 in 1262, Alexander declared his intention of resuming the projects on the ________ which the death of his father thirteen years before had cut short.
Outer HebridesLewisSt Kilda, ScotlandHebrides

Question 6: The Isles now lay at Alexander's feet, and in 1266 Haakon's successor concluded the Treaty of Perth by which he ceded the ________ and the Western Isles to Scotland in return for a monetary payment.
Isle of ManUnited KingdomRepublic of IrelandJersey

Question 7: Alexander, Prince of Scotland (21 January 1264 ________ – 28 January 1284 Lindores Abbey); buried in Dunfermline Abbey
JedburghGalashielsHawickMelrose, Scotland

Question 8: The inauguration of John Balliol as king on 30 November 1292 ended the six years of ________ when the Guardians of Scotland governed the land.
Elective monarchyMonarchInterregnumCoronation

Question 9: Sailing around the west coast of Scotland he halted off the ________, and negotiations commenced.
Isle of ArranOrkneyIslands of the ClydeHoly Isle, Firth of Clyde







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