Are You the King or Queen of History?
Katherine the Great Queen Marie Antoinette Queen Elizabeth I King Henry VIII Better luck next time... Share Result Above Average Scores Share Result TOP Scores!
Do You Know These Famous Rulers?
Legacy to his name Tomb for his afterlife Mausoleum for his wife Monument True or False: Queen Elizabeth I was the first female queen of England. Elizabeth's half sister Mary was queen before her and the first female queen.
World History Challenge!
China England France Greece Who was the mother of Queen Elizabeth the I? Queen Elizabeth II, the current queen, is still related to Anne through her sister Mary. Anne Boleyn Mary Boleyn Jane Seymour Catherine Howard Which movie star married the Prince of Monaco on April 18th, 1956?
We Generally Need Some Trivia in Life...
True False What is Queen Elizabeth II's last name? Her full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor Tudor Turin Windsor Vinette What flower does vanilla come from? Orchids Hyacinths Tulips Carnations Catalonia is a region of what country?
Which Famous Ruler Are You?
If they did - I send assassins or start a war Where does the mandate for being a King, Queen or Emperor come from?
Do You Know Enough History for This Quiz?
Boris Yeltsin Dmitry Medvedev Mikhail Gorbachev Lev Kamenev How many years has Elizabeth II been queen? Queen Elizabeth II has been in the royal seat since 1952, upon her father's death. 68 years 72 years 45 years 35 years Who assassinated Julius Caesar?
How About Some Light Trivia?
Hera, queen of the gods, who promised him kingly power. Athena, goddess of wisdom, who promised him intellect and victory in battle. Aphrodite, goddess of love and desire, who promised him the most beautiful mortal woman. How much weight can an ant lift?
Know You the History of Clothes?
During the 16th century, and they were red During the early 19th century, and they were already dark blue During the early 20th century, and they were gray and black During the late 18th century, and they were white Which queen made the 'white wedding dress' a fashion staple from then on?
How Much Do You Know About the UK?
The Paliament The Prime Minister The Leader of the House of lords The Queen The British Parliament is made of two houses. The House of Lords and the House of the... Commons People Union Opposition Which English king was known as 'The Mad King'?
Bring Your Brain, We're Doing Trivia!
North America Australia South America Africa What year was Queen Elizabeth II born? 1926 1932 1941 1917 Mauve is a shade of which color? Mauve is a pale, bluish purple that sits between violet and pink in the color wheel. Brown Purple Green Red Which king ran through the streets yelling "Eureka!"?
I Need Some Trivia Over Here, STAT!
Marie-Antoinette Catherine the Great Queen Elizabeth I Cleopatra What was the other name given to 'D-Day', when allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France?
Take Our International Women's Day Quiz!
1848 1908 1898 1878 Which country did Queen Elizabeth I go to war with? Spain France Portugal Holland Who is the richest woman in the world right now? MacKenzie Bezos became the world's richest woman after her divorce from Jeff Bezos.
This Brilliant 1950s Quiz Is Truly a Blast From the Past
Heartbreak Hotel Jailhouse Rock Always on My Mind If I Can Dream In which year did Elizabeth II become Queen of England, and the USA successfully detonate their first hydrogen bomb? 1952 1950 1956 1959 What nation did China invade in 1950?
Who Said These Famous Quotes?
Audrey Hepburn Marilyn Monroe Queen Elizabeth II Albert Einstein “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” George Eliot William Wordworth Sylvia Plath John Keats "A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new." These are the famous words of Albert Einstein.
How Much Do You Know About the American Revolution?
King George the III King Henry the IX King James the III Queen Elizabeth the I How many Americans died as a result of this war? About 6,800 Americans perished in this fight, while another 17,000 died of disease.
Let's Play 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?'
Princess Charlotte, the second Daughter of Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton Prince George, the first son of Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton Prince Harry, the second son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana Prince Andrew, the second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip canva.com
What Came First? WHO Came First?
Shakespeare publishes his last work Queen Elizabeth I is born Picasso finishes his first painting Which of these was built first? The Great Pyramid of Giza was built around 2560 BC, while Stonehenge is thought to have been constructed 5,000 years ago.
Who Said This Famous Quote?
Mae West Madonna Jane Austen Queen Elizabeth the I "It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop." Confucius Lao Tzu Sun Tzu The Buddha "Good artists copy, great artists steal."
The History of Dog Breeds
They are also Queen Elizabeth II's favorite dogs, and she has many... Keeping wolves away Chasing people away Hunting rabbits Herding cattle What are St. Bernard dogs considered to be good at? Music Rescue Hunting Guarding What group of dogs do Beagles belong to?
Think You Know the Renaissance?
True, it began in 1558, was famous for its culture (which included the works of one William Shakespeare) and ended in 1603 with the death of Queen Elizabeth I True False The Renaissance followed a period of very little cultural and technological progress, also known as...
Do You Remember These Cinema Classics?
Katharine Ross Anne Bancroft Elizabeth Wilson Alice Ghostley Which of these movies was NOT released in the 1960s? Cape Fear was released in 1991 Cape Fear Psycho 2001: A Space Odyssey Dr. Strangelove Which of the following actresses won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1968?
Are These Sentences Correct?
Elizabeth Peabody was born in a school and thereafter felt destined to be a teacher. Her mother was a teacher and trains her daughters at her side. The academic life seems to suit Elizabeth, who thrived on the rigorous curriculum. It lacks subject - verb agreement in some places.
Can You Identify These Scrambled Faces?
Audrey Hepburn Elizabeth Taylor Marilyn Monroe Bete Davis Julie Andrews Liza Minnelli Audrey Tautou Carla Bruni Wikimedia Can you identify this famous face? John Wayne Robert Mitchum Roy Rogers Gary Cooper Edward G.
Ready For a Trivia Obstacle Course?
Elizabeth Tower Victoria's Tower Victorian Tower Lizi's Tower In 1952 Albert Einstein was offered the Presidency of which country? He declined, which proves that he was a very smart man. Israel Switzerland Austria Sweden What was the full name of the biblical Judas?