I'm going to muscle my way in on the quiz action with the following quiz about the island of Great Britian (hopefully not too hard): 1) What is the name of the archetypal country gent, often depicted as wearing a waistcoat with the Union Jack emblazoned on it, used to represent England in poltical cartoons (esp. in the late 19th and early 20th centuries)? 2) St. George is the patron saint of England since the 14th century, but who was generally regarded as the patron saint of England before him? 3) More patron saints: which part of Great Britain is St. Pirian the patron saint of? 4) Who according to legend lies asleep under a hill in Glastonbury ready to awake in Britain's hour of need? 5) Rhys ap Gruffyd, King of Deheubarth in Wales was the ancestor of which line of English monarchs? 6) Which queen of England (not always listed) reigned for only 8 days? 7) Who was the last independent Prince of Wales? 8) Which Scottish King was, according to legend, inspired to to retake his throne by a spider? 9) Welsh, Cornish and Breton are examples of which type of Celtic language? 10) The 'Stone of Scone' was brought to Scone at the joining together under one kingdom of which two peoples?