Statistics for Italian History A-Z

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  • The average score is 16 of 26

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Hint Answer % Correct
CThis explorer was born in Genoa in 1451Christopher Columbus
94%
JWhile many people think that this was Caesar's given name,
it was actually his family name
Julius
92%
MA number of his works of painting, sculpture, and architecture rank among
the most famous in existence
Michelangelo
88%
REuropean cultural "rebirth" that started in Florence in the late 1300sThe {Renaissance}
87%
FFar-right political philosophy espoused by MussoliniFascism
86%
OForm of musical theater that started in Italy around 1600Opera
85%
TFirst capital city of Italy from 1861 to 1865, home to Fiat automobiles Turin
81%
EIsland where Napoleon was exiledElba
81%
PRoman temple to all the gods, now a churchPantheon
76%
XHow an ancient Roman would have written the number 33XXXIII
75%
DTitle given to the leader of VeniceDoge
68%
LThese Germanic people ruled Italy from 568-774 and gave their name to
the region in which Milan is located
Lombards
67%
ZThis vegetable originally came from the Americas, but the variety we eat today
was created by Italian growers
Zucchini
66%
KVictor Emmanuel or Umberto, for exampleKing
65%
YCountry invaded by Italy in 1941Yugoslavia
65%
IOne of the books in Dante's "Divine Comedy", a place with nine circlesInferno
63%
AOne of the most important Roman roads, still existing {Appian} Way
61%
UMore than 1/3rd the population of this country have Italian descentUruguay
61%
NViking group that gradually conquered Southern Italy, starting in 999 A.D.Normans
55%
HCommonly known as the Vatican, this state was established in 756 and once
controlled large swaths of Italy
{Holy} {See}
44%
GOne of the "fathers of the fatherland" he led the Redshirts in conquering
the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Giuseppe Garibaldi
42%
WThe collapse of this empire in 476 AD marks the beginning of the Dark Ages{Western} {Roman}
Empire
42%
VTown where Leonardo was bornVinci
37%
SLast royal family of Italy House of {Savoy}
21%
QOfficial residence of the President of the Italian Republic, named after
one of the seven hills of Rome
Quirinale
19%
BWhere the above ends, seat of the government for six months
between 1943 and 1944
Brindisi
15%

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