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Flat cap: Quiz


Question 1: The style can be traced back to the ________ in United Kingdom and parts of Italy, when it was more likely to be called a 'bonnet', which term was replaced, except in Scotland, by 'cap' before about 1700.
16th century13th century15th century14th century

Question 2: The Canadian team in the ________ wore red flat caps designed by Roots in the opening ceremony parade of nations.
1996 Summer Olympics1998 Winter Olympics2006 Winter OlympicsWinter Olympic Games

Question 3: It remains essential ceremonial wear by members of the academic community, in many countries around the world, usually as the headgear of ________ graduates (PhD's).
Doctor (title)Postgraduate educationDoctorateAcademic degree

Question 4: The style survives as the Tudor bonnet in some styles of ________.
SilkAcademic dressKente clothLinen

Question 5: In addition, the United States team in the ________ also wore white flat caps designed by Polo Ralph Lauren during the parade of nations.
China at the 2008 Summer OlympicsRussia at the 2008 Summer OlympicsUnited States at the 2008 Summer Olympics2008 Summer Olympics

Question 6: Boys in the United Kingdom and ________ of all classes wore this cap in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
AmericasNorth AmericaAmericas (terminology)South America

Question 7: Less common materials may include ________.
ButtonLeatherLeather skirtWool

Question 8: The style has remained popular among certain groups of people in ________ and North America.
Eastern EuropeEuropeWestern EuropeBalkans

Question 9: The Bill was not repealed until 1597, though by this time, the flat cap had become firmly entrenched in English psyche as a recognized mark of a non-noble subject; be it a burgher, a tradesman, or ________.
GermanyUniversityApprenticeshipVocational education

Question 10: Taxicab and bus drivers are often depicted wearing a flat cap, as comedically portrayed by Norman Hale and Gareth Pace's (________) "London cabbies" sketches.
EnglandThe Young Ones (TV series)United KingdomHale and Pace

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