English Cathedrals Quiz 2.
Another look at some beautiful English Cathedrals. 10 Questions.
Played: 71 times
like this quiz
4.1 out of 5, based on 10 votes
Share this quiz
to view the answers and save your score!
Durham Cathedral 1093-1133, it has been described as one of the best examples of what kind of architecture?
Ely Cathedral 1083-1375 is known as the "Ship of the Fens", in what County is Ely?
Worcester Cathedral 1220-1386, overlooks which river?
Rochester Cathedral 1099-1238, a very famous person wanted to be buried at Rochester Cathedral, but was buried in Poets Corner Westminster Abbey instead, who was he?
Robert Louis Stevenson
Carlisle Cathedral was an Augustinian Priory, then in 1133 became a Cathedral, although small during its original status. In 1307 a certain King "hurried up the building work", which King was this?
Lichfield Cathedral 1195-1340 during a certain war all its stained glass windows were smashed, in which war did this happen?
The Hundred Years War
The War of the Roses
The English Civil War
The Napoleonic Wars
Hereford Cathedral 1110-1250 has within its walls a most treasured item The Mappa Mundi, what is, The Mappa Mundi?
A Medieval Map
A Norman Map
A Gothic Map
A Military Map
Peterborough Cathedral 1118-1237 has three striking works of architecture on this beautiful Cathedral, what are they?
Three Huge Stained Glass Windows
Three Enormous Arches
Three Main Door Entrances
St.Pauls Cathedral 1675-1720 this massive Cathedral is built on which London Hill?
York Minster is a Cathedral in York 1220-1472, completed in the Gothic Style, the first wooden Church in York was founded in what early year?
© 2016 Triviala Company Limited. All rights reserved.