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Kensington Runestone: Quiz

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Question 1:
Where does Kensington Runestone come from?

Question 2: Unfortunately for ________ purposes, only family were said to be witnesses to the finding, although people who later saw the cut roots said that some were flattened, consistent with having held a stone.
Looted artAntiquitiesProvenanceArchaeology

Question 3: It was found in 1898 in the largely rural township of Solem, Douglas County, ________, and named after the nearest settlement, Kensington.
Saint Paul, MinnesotaMinnesotaMinneapolis – Saint PaulNorth Dakota

Question 4:
Kensington Runestone, Ancient astronauts and Crystal skull are all:
Hoaxes in the United States Viking exploration of North America Archaeological forgeries Pseudoarchaeology

Question 5:
What is the street address of Kensington Runestone?
Warroad, Minnesota
Currently Oslo, originally Gran
Multiple locations, Indiana
Originally Kensington currently located at Alexandria, Minnesota

Question 6:
Who wrote Kensington Runestone?
Maynard+James+Keenan
Martin Kenwright, Paul Hollywood
Strange Cruise
contested

Question 7:
Kensington Runestone, Crystal skull and Piltdown Man are all:
Viking exploration of North America Hoaxes in the United States Out-of-place artifacts Archaeological forgeries

Question 8: Five years earlier a replica Viking ship had been sailed from Norway to ________ for the World's Columbian Exposition.
ChicagoBlue Island, IllinoisBurr Ridge, IllinoisElmhurst, Illinois

Question 9: Almost all Runologists and experts in Scandinavian ________ consider the runestone to be a hoax.
PragmaticsSemanticsLinguisticsLanguage

Question 10:
Kensington Runestone, Anachronism and Crystal skull are all:
Out-of-place artifacts Archaeological forgeries Viking exploration of North America Pseudoarchaeology







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