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Principality: Quiz


Question 1: In Meg Cabot's series the Princess Diaries, the protagonist, Mia Thermopolis, is the Crown Princess of the imaginary country of ________.
The Princess DiariesThe Princess Diaries, Volume IX: Princess MiaThe Princess Diaries, Volume IV and 1/2: Project PrincessGenovia

Question 2: ________, the belief that the nation-state is the best vehicle to realise the aspirations of a people, became popular in the late 19th century.
NationalismFascismLeft-wing nationalismAnti-nationalism

Question 3: A fictional country, the Principality of Belka, is one of the countries in the ________ game series.
Ace CombatAce Combat: Joint AssaultAce Combat 5: The Unsung WarAce Combat 3

Question 4: Europe saw consolidation of small principalities into larger kingdoms and ________.
Byzantine EmpireHoly Roman EmpireEmpireBritish Empire

Question 5: Another form of consolidation was orchestrated in ________ during the Renaissance by the Medici family.

Question 6: Some of the kingdoms in the ________ include principalities among the smaller regions which comprise the overall kingdom.
LouisianaSociety for Creative AnachronismUnited StatesAlaska

Question 7: While the definition would fit a ________ perfectly, the historical tradition is to reserve that word for native monarchies in colonial countries, and to apply "principality" to the Western monarchies.
Princely stateCompany rule in IndiaSalute stateBritish Raj

Question 8: Since that time, the title Prince of Wales (together with ________) has been a title traditionally granted to the heir apparent to the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom, but it confers no responsibilities for government in Wales.
Charles, Prince of WalesDuke of CornwallDuke of RothesayDuke of York

Question 9: A banking family from ________, the Medici took control of governments in various Italian regions and even assumed the papacy.

Question 10: A principality (or princedom) is a monarchical feudatory or sovereign state, ruled or reigned over by a ________ with the title of prince or princess, or (in the widest sense) a monarch with another title within the generic use of the term prince.
United KingdomSpainMonarchCambodia

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