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Question 1: The main difference was their ________ religion, which the surviving northern areas of non-Saxon rule sought to convert to Christianity.
PolytheismPrehistoric religionChristianity and PaganismPaganism

Question 2: ________, governor of Scotland under the Cromwells, instituted military rule when the younger Cromwell resigned his position in 1659; Monck then began negotiations for Charles to return from exile.
Charles II of EnglandJohn Churchill, 1st Duke of MarlboroughJames Scott, 1st Duke of MonmouthGeorge Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle

Question 3: What is clear is that a separate Anglo-Saxon society, which would eventually become ________ with a more Germanic feel, was set up in the south east of the island.
EnglandUnited KingdomWalesScotland

Question 4: The theatre returned, along with expensive fashions such as the ________ and even more expensive commodities from overseas.
WigBaldnessUnited KingdomBishop

Question 5: ________, canals, steam ships and most notably the railways all allowed goods, raw materials and people to be moved about, rapidly facilitating trade and industry.
Charles BollesBostonMidwestern United StatesStagecoach

Question 6: These major social changes have affected ________ both internally and in its relationship with other nations.
WalesEnglandScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 7: The politics of the ________ did not translate directly into British society to spark an equally seismic revolution, nor did the loss of the American Colonies dramatically weaken or disrupt Great Britain.
National Constituent AssemblyFrench DirectoryNational ConventionFrench Revolution

Question 8: After eleven years without a king, the transition back to a true ________ was quick and almost uneventful.
CoronationCrown jewelsConstitutional monarchyMonarchy

Question 9: ________'s Methodists had succeeded in their campaign for the abolition of slavery in 1807, but at the same time indentured labour and near-slavery were still common, even at the heart of the Empire.
Charles WesleyMethodismUnited Methodist ChurchJohn Wesley

Question 10: The agricultural reforms which had begun in the ________ accelerated in the 16th century, with inclosure altering the open field system and denying many of the poor access to land.
14th century11th century12th century13th century
















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