Saint Quentin: Quiz

Question 1: The tomb was an important place of pilgrimage, highly favoured by ________ (the church was one of the richest in Picardy).
Louis the YoungerCarolingian dynastyCharlemagneCharles the Simple

Question 2: The legend of his life has him as a Roman citizen who was martyred in ________.
La Tène cultureGaulsGaulCelts

Question 3: Because of his preaching, he was imprisoned by the "prefect" Rictiovarus, who had traveled to Amiens from ________.

Question 4: The cult of Saint Quentin was important during ________, especially in Northern France - as evidenced by the considerable number of place names derived from the saint's (see Saint-Quentin).
Late Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesMiddle Ages

Question 5: Quentin was ________, tortured repeatedly, but refused to abjure his faith.
JapanUnited KingdomBDSMHandcuffs

Question 6: The life of bishop ________ (mainly written in seventh c.), says that the exact place of the tomb was forgotten and that the bishop, after several days of digging in the church, miraculously found it.
BrugesSaint EligiusMerovingian dynastySaint symbolism

Question 7: This article incorporates text from the public-domain ________ of 1913.
Catholic EncyclopediaPope John Paul IICatholic ChurchUnited States

Question 8: Filled with apostolic zeal, Quentin traveled to Gaul as a missionary with Saint Lucian, who was later martyred at ________ and others (the martyrs Victoricus and Fuscian are said to have been Quentin's followers).
BeauvaisNoyonChantilly, OiseCompiègne

Question 9: circa 287 AD), Quintinus in Latin, also known as Quentin of Amiens, is an early ________ saint.
ChristianChristianityCatholic ChurchJesus

Question 10: But, on the way, in a town named Augusta Veromanduorum (now ________), Quentin miraculously escaped and again started his preaching.
Saint-Quentin, AisneJoncourtChâteau-ThierryLaon

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