Great Britain: Quiz


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Question 1:
How many metres above sea level is Great Britain?
1344 m

Question 2: The south-east of Scotland was colonised by the ________ and formed, until 1018, a part of the Kingdom of Northumbria.
Anglo-SaxonsGermanic peoplesAnglesSuebi

Question 3: ________ is the largest religion on the island and has been since the Early Middle Ages, though its existence on the island dates back to the Roman introduction in antiquity and continued through Early Insular Christianity.
BaptistChristian denominationEcumenismChristianity

Question 4:
What is the metropolitican population of Great Britain?
approximately 61,500,000

Question 5: The union of the kingdoms of England and Scotland began with the 1603 Union of Crowns, a personal union under ________, I of England.
Charles I of EnglandJames II of EnglandJames I of EnglandCharles II of England

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Question 7: For 500 years after the Roman Empire fell, the Britons of the south and east of the island were assimilated or displaced by invading Germanic tribes (________, Saxons, and Jutes, often referred to collectively as Anglo-Saxons).

Question 8: Old French Bretaigne (whence also Modern French ________) and Middle English Bretayne, авBreteyne.
Breton peopleBrittanyNantesBreton language

Question 9: The ________, a form of Protestantism with a Presbyterian system of ecclesiastical polity is the third most numerous on the island with around 2.1 million members.
Scottish ReformationScottish Episcopal ChurchChurch of ScotlandHistory of Scotland

Question 10: [13] An alternative hypothesis is that much of the land was inundated about the same time by a ________, caused by a submarine landslide off the coast of Norway known as the Storegga Slide.
SeicheMegatsunamiPhysical oceanographyTsunami

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