What did the ancient Japanese use to bury their dead in?
Nothing. They were buried at sea.
This notable scientist and inventor who, among other things, promoted alternative crops to cotton, prevented soil depletion and advocated the growing of peanuts.
As we said in our hint, George Washington Carver did not invent the peanut butter. That honor belongs to Marcellus Gilmore Edson of Canada.
How many years did the Roman Empire last?
Which of these ingredients was mixed into the earliest forms of "Hot Chocolate"?
True or False: Alexander the Great conquered Egypt as part of his growing empire
Though he did not stay long, Alexander the Great conquered Egypt in 332 BC after defeating the Persian emperor Darius.
Who is the famous artist painted here?
Who were the 'Plebeians'?
The common citizens of Rome
A French underground militia during WWII
An ancient tribe of Syrians thought to exist today in Iran
A group of highly influential English nobles during Victorian times.
Who was the only American President to serve more than 2 terms in office?
Roosevelt won a third term by defeating Republican nominee Wendell Willkie in the 1940 United States presidential election. He remains the only president to serve for more than two terms.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
During the Middle Ages, a knight would have an attendant that served him before becoming a knight himself. What was he called?
It was usually a young man of high birth as it was always the procedure to be a squire before being a knight.
Who was this famous scientist?
What was the famous 'Silk Road'?
An ancient land route connecting parts of Asia, Africa and Europe
The road Chinese silk merchants used to transport the emperor's silk
The dangerous sea voyage early Dutch and Portuguese sailors took to get silk to sell to nobles in Europe
The metaphorical voyage of believer to sinner according to the Celtic traditions
Which of these men was NOT a famous American mobster during prohibition?
Eliot Ness was one of the FBI's most celebrated agents who lead the fight against US organized crime during prohibition