Only People With A 140+ IQ Can Ace This History Themed Game Of Jeopardy!

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This fun trivia quiz contains questions about history, formatted like the questions on the TV show 'Jeopardy!'

 Jan 28, 2021

1 of 15Pick your answer!

This disease, caused by a lack of vitamin C, was very common in sailors before the 20th century.
What is scurvy?
What is epilepsy?
What is night blindness?

2 of 15Pick your answer!

The wife of a U.S. president started the campaign, "Say No to Drugs".
Who was Jackie Kennedy?
Who was Nancy Reagan?
Who was Michelle Obama?

3 of 15Pick your answer!

Feta cheese originated from this country.
What is Denmark?
What is Greece?
What is Italy?

4 of 15Pick your answer!

This Romantic composer was ironically, deaf.
Who was Lady Gaga?
Who was Beethoven?
Who was Bach?

5 of 15Pick your answer!

This U.S. President hosted "fireside chats".
Who was Franklin D. Roosevelt?
Who was Ronald Raegan?
Who was John F. Kennedy?

6 of 15Pick your answer!

He led the first expedition known to sail all the way around the world.
Who was Amerigo Vespucci?
Who was Ferdinand Magellan?
What was the Carnival Cruise Lines?

7 of 15Pick your answer!

This queen refused to marry a man, as she was married to her country.
Who is Princess Diana of Wales?
Who is Princess Mia Thermopolis of Genovia?
Who is Queen Elizabeth I of England?

8 of 15Pick your answer!

Egypt was the home to this ruler.
Who was Cleopatra?
Who was Napoleon Bonaparte?
Who was Julius Caesar?

9 of 15Pick your answer!

This English king was known for beheading his ex-wives.
Who was Hugh the Seventh or So?
Who was Paul the Third?
Who was Henry the Eighth?

10 of 15Pick your answer!

In the late 20th century, this country became the first to have its population reach one billion.
What is China?
What is Canada?
What is Australia?

11 of 15Pick your answer!

This disease ravaged and killed a third of Europe's population in the 14th century
What is small pox?
What is the Bubonic plague?
What is dance fever?

12 of 15Pick your answer!

The first female prime minister of the United Kingdom.
Who is Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall?
Who is Queen Elizabeth II?
Who was Margaret Thatcher?

13 of 15Pick your answer!

This continent is where the Renaissance occurred.
Europe
Africa
North America

14 of 15Pick your answer!

This Wall divided a nation.
What is Hadrian's Wall?
What is The Berlin Wall?
What is The Great Wall of China?

15 of 15Pick your answer!

It's the food Marie Antoinette wanted to let "them" eat.
What is cake?
What is puppy chow?
What is pie?
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