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History Generator Puzzle #3

Use the letters in the 3x3 grid to guess these historical answers. In addition, make the 9-letter name of a historical building.
Each grid letter may be used only once within an individual answer
Last updated: September 13, 2018
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9-Letter Building
Parthenon
Hint
Answer
Boston "party" of 1773
Tea
What a king sits on
Throne
Hercules or Achilles, e.g.
Hero
Gas once commonly used in
advertising signs
Neon
Black _______ Party
Panther
Staple crop of the Hawaiians
Taro
Founder of Philadelphia
Penn
Sappho or Walt Whitman, e.g.
Poet
____ of the Sabine Women
Rape
Like a lyre, but bigger
Harp
Hint
Answer
Native American multi-sport athlete
Thorpe
One-word Obama campaign slogan
Hope
Hippocrates created a famous one
Oath
To employ a scythe
Reap
______ of the arts; Medici was one
Patron
Person who makes leather
Tanner
Peru communists; The Shining ____
Path
Involuntary laborer of Latin America
Peon
Dynasty and primary ethnic
group of China
Han
Name of two of Henry VIII's wives
Anne
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level 7
Apr 26, 2015
Nice
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level 72
Apr 26, 2015
Hah! Got the nine letter word before giving a single answer.
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level 78
Sep 26, 2018
Me too, which is the exact opposite of what usually happens to me on these quizzes.
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level 75
Jul 10, 2016
According to NORML, pot is the number one cash crop of Hawaii. ;-)
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level ∞
Sep 13, 2018
I've looked at NORML's numbers and they are wacky. Not to say that marijuana should be illegal, just that NORML is not a reliable source of crop value statistics.
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level 67
Dec 21, 2016
That's a tough old quiz. Never heard of a Peon, Taro or the Rape of the sabine women. Didn't know Penn was the founder of Philadelphia either. You learn something new every day. No doubt i'll have forgotten it by the time I get asked that question again though. Lol
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level 75
Sep 26, 2018
Thank you, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers for giving me the Sabine women answer. Pennsylvania was named for Penn, so it followed that he might have something to do with the city as well.
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level 78
Sep 26, 2018
Huh. Never knew 'peon' was associated with Latin America specifically.
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level 54
Sep 26, 2018
Oh my god... I kept typing "pantheon" for the famous building, and I couldn't believe that it wasn't one of the other answers. I couldn't figure out where the R went. -_-
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level 70
Sep 26, 2018
I tried Pantheon and Petra just looking at the 9 letters, maybe they can be used to replace some 'less historical' answers?
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level 67
Sep 26, 2018
Petra, Opera or Heart are history related five-letter words that may substitute some of the weaker, less specific options in the test. (hope, harp,...)
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level 65
Nov 20, 2018
Nero.
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level 52
Oct 10, 2018
who is/was Thorpe? the only one i have heard of was Ian Thorpe, champion Aussie swimmer
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level 78
May 1, 2019
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Thorpe

A very impressive dude.