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Question 1: Marie de Coucy, who became mother of ________
Alexander II of ScotlandAlexander III of ScotlandMalcolm IV of ScotlandMargaret, Maid of Norway

Question 2: Joan died in Essex in 1238, and was buried at Tarant Crawford Abbey in ________.
Weymouth, DorsetSomersetPooleDorset

Question 3: Royal forces crushed a revolt in ________ in 1235 without difficulty; nor did an invasion attempted soon afterwards by its exiled leaders meet with success.
KirkcudbrightshireDumfries and GallowayScotlandGalloway

Question 4: This was the ________ which defined the boundary between the two kingdoms as running between the Solway Firth (in the west) and the mouth of the River Tweed (in the east).
Scots lawTreaty of YorkActs of Union 1707Scotland

Question 5: Peace between John's youthful son ________ and the French prince Louis VIII of France and Alexander followed.
Henry II of EnglandJohn of EnglandHenry III of EnglandEdward I of England

Question 6: She and Alexander II married on 21 June 1221, at ________.
St Albans CathedralWells CathedralChester CathedralYork Minster

Question 7: Alexander now turned his attention to securing the ________, which still owed a nominal allegiance to Norway.
HebridesLewisOuter HebridesSt Kilda, Scotland

Question 8: Alexander and the Dauphin, with their forces joined the English barons, when they signed ________.
Common lawLawShariaMagna Carta

Question 9: Joan of England, (22 July 1210 – 4 March 1238), was the eldest legitimate daughter and third child of ________ and Isabella of Angoulême.
Richard I of EnglandJohn of EnglandHenry III of EnglandHenry II of England

Question 10: The year after his accession the clans ________ and MacHeths, inveterate enemies of the Scottish crown, broke into revolt; but loyalist forces speedily quelled the insurrection.
LulachHarald MaddadssonGofraid mac DomnaillMeic Uilleim







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