The History of Poland (The Middle Ages) Quiz
The quiz will highlight some of the key parts of the Kingdom's of Poland history during the Middle Ages. 10 Questions.
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Who was the first leader of Poland, with the title ''Duke'', who married Princess Dobrawa of Bohemia in the second half of the tenth century?
Boleslaw I Chrobry
The start of the Polish nation is associated with the Baptism of Poland, which is also the Baptism of Mieszko I, what is this symbolic date?
25th July 957
14th April 966
9th March 978
28th September 998
What was the first capital city of the Kingdom of Poland, the city was established in the 8th century, with the city's name meaning ''Eagle's Nest''?
The son of Mieszko I, Boleslaw I Chrobry, was the first crowned King of Poland, he continued to eradicate Paganism in the East of Poland, but in which year did he die and become Coronated?
Which dynasty ruled in Poland between the 10th and 14th centuries?
The Period of Fragmentation between the 12th and 13th centuries was caused King Boleslaw III who divided the Kingdom of Poland between his sons in 1138, which King in 1295 reunited the Kingdom?
Duke Przemysl II
Duke Henry II
King Casimir II the Just
Duke Konrad I of Masovia
The Mongols invaded the Kingdom of Poland between 1240 and 1241, after destroying which two nations, their advance was stopped in Silesia?
Crimean Khanate and Georgia
Kingdom of Hungary and the Byzantine Empire
Republic of Novgorod and Kievan Rus
Republic of Venice and Kingdom of Navarre
The Golden Era of the Kingdom of Poland began in 1333, with the Coronation of which King?
King Casimir III the Great
King Wladyslaw I the Elbow High
King Louis I of Hungary
King-Queen Jadwiga of Poland
After the Polish royal line of the Piast had died out in 1370, the Kingdom of Poland came into a union with which country until 1383?
Holy Roman Empire
Kingdom of Hungary
Kingdom of Aragon
Kingdom of Denmark
The historic and still highly favourable friendship between the Polish and Hungarian people is captured in the proverb ''Pole and Hungarian ''what'' be''?
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