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Chud: Quiz


Question 1: In other ancient East Slavic chronicles, the term "Chudes" refers to several Finnic tribes, proto-________ groups in particular.
EstoniansLatviaSwedenBaltic states

Question 2: Kievan rulers then collected tribute from the Chudes of the surrounding ancient Estonian county of ________, possibly until 1061, when, according to chronicles, Yuryev was burned down by another tribe of Chudes (Sosols).
Ugandi CountyLääne CountySaare CountySakala County

Question 3: However, as a disparaging word, it was rather "chukhna" that was applied also to Finns (and likewise to ________) as late as during the Winter War, 1939–1940, between the Soviet Union and Finland.
Baltic statesSwedenEstoniansLatvia

Question 4: In 1030 Prince Yaroslav the Wise of Kiev won a military campaign against the Chuds and established a fort in Yuryev (present day Tartu, in southeastern ________).

Question 5: [1] According to Nestor, Yaroslav I the Wise invaded the country of the Chuds in 1030 and laid the foundations of Yuriev, (the historical Russian name of Tartu, ________).

Question 6: The Russian Primary Chronicle describes Chudes as cofounders of the Rus' Khaganate state along with Veps, Ilmen Slavs and ________.
DenmarkScandinaviaVikingViking Age

Question 7: According to ________ chronicles the Chudes were one of the founders of the Rus' state.
Old East SlavicUkrainian languageRuthenian languageRussian language

Question 8: Chud or Chude (Slavic: чудь) is a term historically applied in the early Russian annals to several Finno-Ugric peoples in the area of what is now Finland, ________ and Northwestern Russia.

Question 9: Perhaps the earliest use of the term Chudes to describe proto-________ was ca.
SwedenEstoniansLatviaBaltic states

Question 10: Then Chud was used to describe other Baltic Finns called volok which is thought to refer to the ________.
EstoniaKareliansFinlandIngrian Finns


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