Ivanhoe By Sir Walter Scott

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Ivanhoe By Sir Walter Scott - Quiz

A quiz about Ivanhoe.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Where did Ivanhoe take place?

    • A.

      England

    • B.

      Denmark

    • C.

      America

    • D.

      China

    Correct Answer
    A. England
    Explanation
    The correct answer is England because Ivanhoe is a historical novel written by Sir Walter Scott, which is set in the late 12th century in England. The story revolves around the protagonist, Wilfred of Ivanhoe, and his adventures during the reign of Richard I of England. The novel portrays the conflicts between Saxons and Normans, as well as the Crusades. Therefore, it is evident that the setting of Ivanhoe is in England.

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  • 2. 

    Ivanhoe was disinherited by his father because of his allegiance to what ruler?

    • A.

      King John of England

    • B.

      King Richard of England

    • C.

      King Baldwin of Jerusalem

    • D.

      King Philip of France

    Correct Answer
    B. King Richard of England
    Explanation
    Ivanhoe was disinherited by his father because of his allegiance to King Richard of England. This suggests that Ivanhoe's father did not approve of his support for King Richard, which ultimately led to him being disinherited.

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  • 3. 

    Who did King Richard fight incognito as? Clue: Its not white BLANK, its Black BLANK

    Correct Answer
    The Black Knight
    Chevalier Noir
    Black Night
    Explanation
    The correct answer is The Black Knight. The clue suggests that the person King Richard fought incognito is not a white knight but a black knight. Therefore, out of the given options, The Black Knight is the most suitable answer. Chevalier Noir is a French translation of black knight, and Black Night is a misspelling of the correct answer.

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  • 4. 

    What is a Knight Templar?

    • A.

      A baker

    • B.

      A portugese dancer

    • C.

      A Knight of Christ, tasked with upholding the laws of God

    • D.

      A drink

    Correct Answer
    C. A Knight of Christ, tasked with upholding the laws of God
    Explanation
    A Knight Templar refers to a member of the medieval Christian military order known as the Knights Templar. They were dedicated to protecting Christian pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land and were tasked with upholding the laws of God. The Knights Templar played a significant role during the Crusades and were recognized for their distinctive white mantles adorned with a red cross. They were known for their military prowess and their commitment to their religious duties.

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  • 5. 

    Who does Ivanhoe marry in the end?

    • A.

      Friar Tuck

    • B.

      Rowena

    • C.

      Rebecca

    • D.

      The horse

    Correct Answer
    B. Rowena
    Explanation
    In the novel "Ivanhoe" by Sir Walter Scott, Ivanhoe marries Rowena in the end. Rowena is a Saxon noblewoman who is initially betrothed to Athelstane but eventually falls in love with Ivanhoe. Their marriage symbolizes the reconciliation between the Normans and Saxons, as Ivanhoe is a Norman knight and Rowena is a Saxon. Their union also brings stability and peace to the kingdom, as their love triumphs over the divisions and conflicts of the time.

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