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Invicta (motto): Quiz

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Question 1: Invicta (meaning undefeated or unconquered) was used in Roma invicta meaning "Unconquered Rome" and is the motto of the county of Kent, ________[1].
ScotlandEnglandUnited KingdomWales

Question 2: Legend has it that, while marching from the battle site at ________, William marched on to London on his way to the (then) capital Winchester.
East SussexHastingsEastbourneRother

Question 3: As the official motto, it appears on the coat of arms of ________.
Somerset County CouncilDevon County CouncilLeicestershire County CouncilKent County Council

Question 4: While passing through ________, the local people picked up branches and marched at William's men.
KentCanterburyMedwayRamsgate

Question 5: For Kent, It dates back to the invasion of England by ________.
Henry I of EnglandWilliam I of EnglandHenry II of EnglandRichard I of England







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