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General Knowledge Quiz for 1 May 2020

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1

George Fox, a shoemaker born at Penny Drayton Leicestershire, founded which religious group in the 17th century?

A
YMCA
B
Scientologists
C
Society of Friends (Quakers)
D
Salvation Army
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2

Which of these countries lie along, beside and close to the Scandes?

A
Algeria and Peru
B
Australia
C
Japan
D
Norway and Sweden
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3

A second century CE Roman, a Lusitanian Spaniard by birth, became the highest paid athlete ever, as what?

A
Pentathlete
B
Gladiator
C
Wrestler
D
Charioteer
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4

When alum (potassium aluminium sulphate) is used in dyeing, it is a what?

A
Thinner
B
Darkening agent
C
Mordant
D
Softener
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5

What does the Book of Kells contain?

A
The four Gospels of the life of Jesus Christ
B
The Book of Revelation in the Christian Holy Bible
C
The Acts of the Apostles in the Christian Holy Bible
D
The Book of Beowulf
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6

Whose first album was called "Voice of an Angel"?

A
Charlotte Church
B
Rod Stewart
C
Elvis Presley
D
Celine Dion
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7

When Napoleon Bonaparte established the coat of arms to be used for his new Empire it contained the imperial crown and mantle, the hand of justice and sceptre, the chain of the Legion of Honour and two animals. The eagle was one, which was the other?

A
Honey bee
B
Fleur de lys
C
Elephant
D
Cockerel
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