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Knight-errant: Quiz


Question 1: Most tales about bogatyrs revolve around the court of ________.
Vladimir I of KievKievan Rus'Christianization of Kievan Rus'Sviatoslav I of Kiev

Question 2: This ________ sends a knight on adventures much like the ones of a knight in search of them, as he happens on the same marvels.
QuestMagician (fantasy)FantasyFantasy tropes and conventions

Question 3: "Errant," meaning wandering or roving, indicates how the knight-errant would typically wander the land in search of adventures to prove himself as a ________, such as in a pas d'Armes.

Question 4: In the romances, his adventures frequently included greater foes than other knights, including giants, enchantresses, or ________.
DragonPhoenix (mythology)UnicornSerpent (symbolism)

Question 5: Three popular Russian knights—Ilya Muromets, Dobrynya Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich (famously painted by ________)—are said to have served him.
Apollinary VasnetsovViktor VasnetsovIlya RepinMikhail Vrubel

Question 6: In more sublimated forms of knight-errantry, pure metaphysical idealism rather than romantic inspiration motivated the knight-errant (as in the case of Sir ________).
CamelotGalahadMerlinKing Arthur

Question 7: To modern day readers, the figure of the knight-errant suggests a sort of lawful or righteous ________.
Extrajudicial killingVigilanteDeath squadExtrajudicial punishment

Question 8: Some of them are presumed to be historical figures, while others are fictional and possibly descend from ________.
PerunSlavic mythologyBelobogVeles (god)


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