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Talbot (dog): Quiz


Question 1: The Talbot and the greyhound were, apparently, the only hounds used in ________, and it could be that the Talbot originated purely as a heraldic hound.
German heraldrySwedish heraldryHeraldryPolish heraldry

Question 2: The market town of Sudbury, ________ in the east of the United Kingdom has the Talbot on the town crest, which is also used for a local school and many local sports clubs.

Question 3: In a quotation from about 1449, the king referred to John Talbot first Earl of ________ as 'Talbott, oure good dogge', perhaps as a play on his name, or in allusion to the family badge.
Church StrettonShrewsburyLudlowShropshire

Question 4: The arms of the Carter of Castle Martin family (see ________ include a Talbot.
Carter-Campbell of PossilClan MacfieClan Campbell of CawdorClan Campbell

Question 5: The Hampton Township School District, located in ________, Pennsylvania, North of Pittsburgh, has the talbot dog as its mascot.
Jefferson Hills, PennsylvaniaPittsburgh metropolitan areaAllegheny County, PennsylvaniaBrentwood, Pennsylvania

Question 6: Though the breed is now extinct because of its lack of purpose and need for constant care, it has been credited with being an ancestor of the modern ________[1] and bloodhound[2].
English FoxhoundDachshundBasset HoundBeagle

Question 7: The term "talbot" is used in ________ to refer to a good-mannered hunting dog.
HeraldryPolish heraldrySwedish heraldryGerman heraldry

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