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Question 1: The centre of the village is dominated by the Church of Saint Wystan, also called Wigstan of Mercia, which is notable for its ________ crypt.
Germanic peoplesFranksSaxonsAnglo-Saxons

Question 2: Repton is a large village in Derbyshire, England between Derby and ________, situated at the edge of the River Trent floodplain.
Burton upon TrentNewcastle-under-LymeUttoxeterLichfield

Question 3: Repton proceeded to become a place of ________; Wigstan was later sanctified, and became the patron Saint of the church.
Christian pilgrimageGaya, IndiaPilgrimageBuddhist pilgrimage

Question 4: ________ was reintroduced to the Midlands at Repton,[citation needed] where the Mercian royal family, under Peada, were converted to Christianity in 653.
ChristianityBaptistChristian denominationEcumenism

Question 5: Repton was the original seat of Christianity in the English Midlands, though in 669 the ________ moved his See from Repton to Lichfield.
Bishop of LincolnChurch of EnglandArchbishop of YorkBishop of Lichfield

Question 6: Remains of a priory founded in 1172 have been incorporated into the buildings of ________, a public school established in 1557.
John Port SchoolRepton Preparatory SchoolRepton SchoolDerby Grammar School

Question 7: It was the traditional royal burial place of the kings of Mercia, one of the early ________.
History of EnglandHistory of Anglo-Saxon EnglandEnglandKingdom of England

Question 8: Offa, King of Mercia seemed to resent his own bishops paying allegiance to the ________ in Kent who, whilst under Offa's control, was not of his own kingdom of Mercia.
Rowan WilliamsArchbishop of CanterburyChurch of EnglandThomas Cranmer







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