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Question 1: In Roman times, it was along the Via Domitia, the first Roman road built in ________.
GaulCeltsGaulsLa Tène culture

Question 2: The name Drac is the ________ and Catalan word for 'dragon', from the Latin draco, draconis (French for 'dragon' is dragon).
Franco-Provençal languageRomanian languageOccitan languageSpanish language

Question 3: The Drac was then supposed to have gone on to kill over three thousand ________ and villagers, being perhaps one of the craftiest of all French dragons.

Question 4: There is a village in the département of ________ called Belcaire.

Question 5: Beaucaire was the birthplace of François de Rovérié de Cabrières (1830-1921), prelate of the ________, Bishop of Montpellier.
Pope John Paul IICatholic ChurchPopePope Gregory I

Question 6: When she was released at the end of seven years, the young woman was endowed with a strange power: the ability to recognise the Drac with one of her ________.
Sensory systemEyeNervous systemBrain

Question 7: Beaucaire is located on the Rhône River, opposite the town of Tarascon, which is in Bouches-du-Rhône department of ________.

Question 8: Beaucaire (Occitan: Bèucaire, IPA [bɛw'kajre]) is a commune in the Gard department in Languedoc-Roussillon in southern ________.
United KingdomCanadaFranceItaly

Question 9: During the ________, Raymond VI of Toulouse besieged Beaucaire in May 1216.
CrusadesFifth CrusadeCatharismAlbigensian Crusade

Question 10: Beau < French beau ('Beautiful') < Occitan bèl/bèu ('Beautiful') < ________ BELLV ('Beautiful')
Classical LatinVulgar LatinMedieval LatinOld Latin


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