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History by Picture - J

Can you name these historical people, places, and things that begin with the letter "J"?
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Quiz by WolfCam
Last updated: May 1, 2018
First submittedApril 30, 2018
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empire - 1942
serial killer
Empire of Japan
Byzantine emperor
city captured 44 times
military leader
Roman god
Religion founded circa 500 B.C.
stone popular in China
Biblical state
prehistorical period
coin-operated machine
level 83
May 2, 2018
That's a really dark stone for the China question, most of the stone I saw when I lived there was closer to Jetpunk's fish in color.
level 79
May 25, 2018
As I'm sure you already know, jade comes in many colors. My mother has a pink jade necklace. For me, the style of the horse is more of a clue than the color. The Chinese loved them some jade.
level 43
May 3, 2018
The map gives away one of the earlier answers.
level 60
May 3, 2018
That is true, but there is no evidence that the picture of the city is said city on the map. You would have to know where that monument is.
level 73
Oct 7, 2018
Jerusalem, right? You guys are talking about Jerusalem? Don't worry, anyone revealing the comments is out to find an answer.
level 61
May 30, 2018
Ugh, I couldn't stop thinking about Jigsaw for the serial killer one. Now I feel stupid.
level 66
Aug 14, 2018
Only missed one, kept trying Judai for Judah...lol
level 61
Aug 15, 2018
Interesting. I always assumed the Jolly Roger was one of those things invented by a fiction writer and then popularized by repetition. Apparently pirates really used it.
level 40
Aug 16, 2018
But what does jade have to do with history ?
level 77
Aug 20, 2018
the youngest pieces of jade started forming 60 million years ago.
level 55
Sep 7, 2018
I couldn't spell jainism