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Chancellor: Quiz


Question 1: In the ________ (1569–1795), the four chancellors were among the ten highest officials of the state.
High Middle AgesPolish–Lithuanian CommonwealthPolandEarly Middle Ages

Question 2: The original chancellors were the Cancellarii of Roman courts of justice—ushers who sat at the cancelli or lattice work screens of a ________ or law court, which separated the judge and counsel from the audience.

Question 3: As Second Lord of the Treasury, the Chancellor has an official residence at 11 ________, next door to the First Lord of the Treasury, the Prime Minister, at 10 Downing Street, in London.
Harold WilsonGordon BrownDowning StreetEngland

Question 4: However, in Spain the term canciller refers to a ________ in the Spanish diplomatic service responsible for technical issues relating to foreign affairs.
Imperial examinationHer Majesty's Civil ServiceUnited States civil serviceCivil service

Question 5: The Chancellor of China was the second highest rank after the ________.
Han DynastyMing DynastyEmperor of ChinaQing Dynasty

Question 6: In the ________, the chancellor was the highest rank of civil service as defined by the Table of Ranks and on the same grade as field marshal and General Admiral.
Russian EmpireGolden HordeOttoman EmpireBritish Empire

Question 7: For centuries, the ________ appointed a chancellor or Chancelier de France, a Great Officer of the Crown, as an office associated with that of keeper of the seals.
Napoleon IList of French monarchsHouse of OrléansHouse of Capet

Question 8: In this special function the chancellor also sits in the Finnish Cabinet, the ________.
Finnish Council of StateMarch 31July 4March 15

Question 9: The Lord Chancellor is the second highest non-royal subject in precedence (after the ________).
Church of EnglandThomas CranmerArchbishop of CanterburyRowan Williams

Question 10: It is roughly the equivalent of the Minister of Finance or ________ in other governmental systems.
United States Secretary of the TreasuryGeorge B. CortelyouLloyd BentsenGeorge P. Shultz


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