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Question 1: ________ for Anglo-Saxon culture and society.
Germanic peoplesFrisiansAnglesAnglo-Saxons

Question 2: Following the death of Æthelfrith of Northumbria, Rædwald provided military assistance to the Deiran Edwin, in his struggle to take over the two dynasties of Deira and ________ in the unified kingdom of Northumbria.
Hen OgleddElmetEnglandBernicia

Question 3: [12] They were commissioned during the reign of ________ in the 9th century.
Æthelred the UnreadyEdward the ElderCnut the GreatAlfred the Great

Question 4: On Alfred's death in 899AD his son ________, succeeded him.
Edward the ElderAlfred the GreatCnut the GreatEdward the Martyr

Question 5: ________ Anglo-Saxon settlement can be traced by following burial patterns and land usage.
ArchaeologyMiningEngineeringCivil engineering

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Cnuts dominions.
  Map of England in AD 878 showing the extent of Danelaw
  7th Century Anglo-Saxon Church. Church architecture and artefacts provide a useful source of historical information.
  Map of England in AD 878 showing the extent of Danelaw

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Map of Briton settlements in the 6th-century.
  Whitby Abbey
  Map of Britannia Saxonica.

Question 8: [1][2] The Romano-British leaders were faced with an increasing security problem from sea borne raids particularly by ________ on the East coast of England.
ScotlandKenneth MacAlpinDál RiataPicts

Question 9: [131] It is thought that at this time Edward offered the succession to ________, a relation on his mother Emmas side of the family.
Henry II of EnglandHenry I of EnglandRichard I of EnglandWilliam I of England

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Map of Britannia Saxonica.
  Whitby Abbey
  Section of the Bayeux Tapestry showing Harold being killed at Hastings


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