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Question 1: The emblem of Oxford depicts?
Question 2: The widest street in the city of Oxford is ..?
Question 3: Women were first admitted to membership of Oxford University in ..?
Question 4: Oxford Castle was built by ..?
Question 5: Oxford is a collegiate university. How many colleges does it have?

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Asked by Tigerdon, 30 Nov '07 01:12 pm
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These are 2 of the more important of your question. They were extracted from the Encyclopedea Britanica for you..
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The first women's college at Oxford, Lady Margaret Hall, was founded in 1878, and women were first admitted to full membership in the university in 1920.
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The earliest of these colleges, University College, was founded in 1249. Balliol College was founded about 1263, and Merton College in 1264.
The colleges and collegial institutions of the University of Oxford include All Souls (1438), Balliol(126368), Brasenose (1509), Christ Church (1546), Corpus Christi (1517), Exeter (1314), Green (1979), Harris Manchester (founded 1786; inc. 1996), Hertford (founded 1740; inc. 1874),
Jesus (1571), Keble (founded 1868; inc. 1870), Kellogg (1990), Lady Margaret Hall (founded 1878;inc. 1926), Linacre (1962), Lincoln (1427), Magdalen (1458), Mansfield (founded 1886; inc.
1995), Merton (1264), New (1379), Nuffield (founded 1937; inc. 1958), Oriel (1326), Pembroke(1624), Queen ...more
Answered by Nisha, 30 Nov '07 01:36 pm

 
  
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