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Question 1: In the church the Emperor ________ was crowned in 1155.
Frederick I, Holy Roman EmperorHenry VI, Holy Roman EmperorFrederick II, Holy Roman EmperorHenry IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Question 2: Furthermore, Pavia is the see city of the ________ diocese of Pavia.
Catholic ChurchPopePope John Paul IIPope Gregory I

Question 3: Peter in Golden Sky"), where Saint Augustine, Boethius and the ________ king Liutprand are buried, was begun in the 6th century.
Germanic peoplesSuebiFranksLombards

Question 4: However, Orestes was able to escape to ________, where Odoacer followed and killed him, deposing his son Romulus Augustus.
BobbioCortemaggiorePiacenzaCastell'Arquato

Question 5: The city achieved its greatest political importance between 568 and 774, as the capital of the ________.
AlboinKingdom of the LombardsCharlemagneItaly

Question 6: Collegio Ghislieri), founded in 1567 by ________, is one of the most ancient colleges in Pavia and co-founder of the IUSS, located in Pavia as well.
Pope Pius VPope Benedict XVIPope Pius XPope John Paul II

Question 7: The Orto Botanico dell'Università di Pavia is the university's ________.
PlantBotanyBotanical gardenItaly

Question 8: In 1815, it again passed under Austrian administration until the ________ (1859) and the unification of Italy one year later.
Battle of SolferinoItalian unificationSecond Italian War of IndependenceCamillo Benso, conte di Cavour

Question 9: IUSS School for Advanced Studies) is a higher learning institute located in Pavia, ________.
FranceItalyRomeSicily

Question 10: It is characterized by an extensive use of ________ and by a very long transept, provided with a façade and an apse of its own.
GreywackeSedimentary rockGeologySandstone







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