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Kennington: Quiz

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Question 1: Newington — usually known as ________
SouthwarkBermondseyElephant and CastleCrystal Palace, London

Question 2: Kennington is an area of South London, ________, in the London Borough of Lambeth.
WalesEnglandScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 3: (Fuller details of the Common's history are in the ________ article.)
Croydon parks and open spacesAbney Park CemeteryArtillery GroundKennington Park

Question 4: Kennington appears in ________ of 1086 as Chenintune.
SurreyYorkshireDomesday BookEngland

Question 5: ________ was employed at Kennington as Clerk of Works in 1389.
The Canterbury TalesThe Legend of Good WomenGeoffrey ChaucerThe Knight's Tale

Question 6: ________ (laid out by Victorian architect James Pennethorne) and St Mark's Churchyard now cover the site of Kennington Common.
Croydon parks and open spacesArtillery GroundKennington ParkAbney Park Cemetery

Question 7: It rendered: 1 hide and 3 virgates; 3 ________, 4 acres (16,000 m2) of meadow.
PliersPloughGarden forkBillhook

Question 8: This ran down from the Roman London Bridge to Chichester via the gap in the North Downs at Box Hill near ________.
HorshamDorkingGuildfordLeatherhead

Question 9: It is a mixed class residential area, and is the location of the ________, the well-known cricket stadium.
1889 FA Cup FinalThe OvalEngland cricket teamFA Cup

Question 10: Kennington Park Road and Clapham Road is a long and straight stretch of road because it follows the old Roman ________.
PulboroughHardhamStane StreetLondon to Brighton Way (Roman road)







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