2016 Free Practice Test 2

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Where the Vikings were settled and formed their own communities

When did the Vikings first visit Britain?

After the Battle of Hastings, who became king of England?

Who wrote a series of poems in English about a group of people going to Canterbury on a pilgrimage?

Whose attacks encouraged the people to unite under one king, Kenneth MacAlpin?

Did Harold kill in the Battle of Hastings?

Who was the Saxon king of England at the Battle of Hastings?

Who defeated Harold In 1066?

When was the English left France?

When did Battle of Hastings Happen?

Who defeated the Vikings in England?

Identify the TRUE statement

English had become the preferred language of the royal court and Parliament by_________.

Where were the Vikings From?

Who was agreed to the Magna Carta in 1215?

______of the population of England died from a form of plague.

The origins of the UK Parliament are in the Middle Ages. True or False?

When was King John forced by his noblemen to agree to the Magna Carta?

Who fought in the Hundred Years War?

When did Black Death happen?

A national culture and identity started to develop in the Middle Ages.

Who was the first Danish king to rule England?

What is first Archbishop of Canterbury?

The Vikings, from Denmark and Norway, first visited Britain in AD 789 to raid coastal towns and take away goods and slaves. True of False?

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