What Do You Know About Medieval Times?
They were forced to convert to Christianity or suffer persecution They were left to their own devices as the original people of Christ They opened the first universities in Europe They were respected as wise and honest people Which number below represents 49 in Roman numerals?
In this quiz, we take a break from Christianity and look at other religions of the world. How much do you know about their basic tenets, gods and holidays? Adab is the code of behaviour governing which religion? Islam Christianity Judaism Hinduism Aisha is the wife of which religious figure?
Who is This Celebrity?
Christian Bale=C__is____ __le Who is this famous athlete? David Beckham=D__i_ __ck__m Who is this famous actor? William H Macy=W__l___ H ___y Who is the actress in the middle? Halle Berry=H___e __rr_ What is the last name of this South American president?
How Well Do You Know Easter?
This is a holiday not only about candy, though, but also about Christianity and Jesus. Do you know a lot about this fascinating holiday? Prove it by taking our Big Easter Quiz!
What’s the REAL Meaning of Easter?
Easter and Passover are two of Christianity’s and Judaism’s most important religious festivals. Yet Easter, in particular, is known and celebrated to some extent by millions of people who don’t adhere to either religion.
What Do You Know About Medieval Japan?
Buddhism Christianity Confucian Shinto In the years from 1000 to 1200, what political system developed in Japan? Feudalism Nation-States Zen Capitalism What does the word "Samurai" mean? To Serve To Honor To Protect To Fight The samurai lived by a code of honor known as...
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Is it All Ancient History to You?
Hannibal Hamilcar Dido, Queen of Carthage Marco Polo Which Roman Emperor made the empire Christian and founded a new capital city?
The Lightning Trivia Round!
The Christian Popes The Kings of France The heads of the Eastern Orthodox Church The English Nobles Vladimir Vyatkin What was Mikhail Gorbachev's highest office?
What Does This Word MEAN?
water A sudden attack or violent expression of a particular emotion An anxiety attack caused by a migraine The absorption of one twin in the womb by the other The giving of power of attorney to a relative A sequence of real or imaginary images like those seen in a dream Another name for night terrors A Christian
How Much Do You Know About Brazil?
Costa Rica Panama Ecuador Uruguay Brazil is a Christian country. What is the most common stream of Christianity in Brazil? Catholic are the majority, while Protestants are in second place.(based on 2010 census) Catholic Orthodox Baptist Protestant Which of these resources is Brazil rich in?
The Ultimate New Testament Brain Teasers
Although Peter is revered as a saint throughout Christianity. Rock Faithful Priest Fisherman Who were the first apostles that began to follow Jesus? In the Gospel of John, Andrew is one of two of John the Baptist’s followers who join Jesus when John says he is ‘the Lamb of God.’
The History of EMPIRES
Zoroastrianism Christianity Islam Sikhism Which empire is shown in this map, around 320 BC? Empire of Alexander the Great Roman Empire Mongol Empire Byzantine Empire Where in the world did the British Empire NOT control land at its height?
What Do You Know About JAPAN? Come Test Yourself!
Christianity Buddihsm Hinduism Shinto Japan has more seniors than children Japan has a very high % of seniors. In fact, it's the highest in the world. True False Sushi was invented in Japan. It actually originated in China, as a method to preserve fish, around the 2nd century AD.
12 Questions About Ancient Rome!
Constantine the Great, the first Christian Roman emperor, who named the city of Byzantium as an imperial capital, Constantinople. Constantine Valentinian Theodosian Hadrian What was the Pax Romana?
How Familiar Are You With World History?
France Spain The United States Britain In which century did the Romans official become Christians?
How Much Do You Know About the Vikings?
Christianity Islam Judaism Buddhism Which of these things were you not able to purchase at a Viking marketplace? Apples Cowrie shells Amber beads Potatoes Which birds sat on Odin's throne? Owls Ravens Eagles Hawks Fledgling Viking Oh dear!
Our Special Obstacle Course Quiz!
Let's Go Which of these is NOT a known Greek philosopher Augustinus was a Christian philosopher and theologist born in North Africa in the days of the Roman Empire Augustinus Socrates Plato Thales What was the nickname the allied forces gave German submarines during WWII?
Can We Sit You Down For a Round of Trivia?
The Brothers Grimm Hans Christian Anderson Unknown. It is an early Polish folk tale. It is from "1001 Nights" of Arabian tales In what year was the first iPhone released? 2007 2002 2012 1998 Which animal is the slowest?
Do You Remember These Children's Tales?
Fairy tales, children's stories, folk tales - we have many names for these kinds of stories, written by greats like the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Anderson. They are the stories that enchanted us as kids, just as we use them to enchant our own kids, a tradition hundreds of years old.
How Well Do You Know These Famous Quotations?
In the human breast Come what may To a Christian man I’ve heard it said “’Tis better to have than never to have loved at all.”
Prove Your Historical Prowess!
Hinduism, Non-violent resistance Atheism and that violence is the last resort, but can be necessary Christianity and the rebirth of non-violent souls Buddhism and feminism How much did the USA pay Russia for the territory of Alaska?
St. Patrick's Day: Can You Answer These 15 Questions?
Actually, he was born to an aristocratic Christian family. True False True or False: St.