A more familiar name than 'Arianism' is 'Unitarianism'. Early unitarians did exist in England in Newton's time,: "The word Unitarian had been circulating in private letters in England, in reference to imported copies of such publications as the Library of the Polish Brethren who are called Unitarians (1665). Henry Hedworth was the first to use the word "Unitarian" in print in English (1673)" - Wikipeida. The real history as a Church and movement is rather later: Joseph Priestley was a famous adherent.9/12 and there was a reason. I thought. 48 was too old for the portrait that I remembered. Given the shortness of life expectancy back then I thought Queen Anne was leaving it late for a knighthood. The last one was sheer ignorance, I do not know what Arithmetica Universalis is, I must have read of it but have no memory of it.
People with more correct answers clearly have a larger memory storage. 5 is an average number. I've tried to reach 7 but always failed. I am amazed to see those who can reach over 10, it's fantastic.5 too. Just passed. Not bad for blind guessing! Seriously, I had no idea on the vast majority of these questions.