Historical Groups of Things

Type in the different groups of people, places and things throughout history.
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Last updated: May 28, 2016
First submittedJune 23, 2014
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Main WWII Axis
Germany
Italy
Japan
 
Wives of Henry VIII
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Kathryn Howard
Katherine Parr
 
Columbus's Three Ships
Nina
Pinta
Santa Maria
Assassinated US Presidents
Abraham Lincoln
James Garfield
William McKinley
John F. Kennedy
 
Main Renaissance Painters
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
Raphael
 
First Five Roman Emperors
Augustus
Tiberius
Caligula
Claudius
Nero
Biggest Mesoamerican Cultures
Aztec
Olmec
Maya
 
Confederate Capitals
Montgomery
Richmond
 
The Four Mongol Khanates
Chagatai
Golden Horde
Ilkhanate
Empire of Kublai Khan
 
Commanders at Hastings
William the Conqueror
Harold Godwinson
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Level 71
Jun 25, 2014
Mesoamerica stops somewhere near the border with Colombia. While the Incan empire extended far north of Cuzco, it did not make it to present day Panama. Olmec or Toltec would work.
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Level 69
Jun 25, 2014
Thanks, it's been changed.
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Level 79
Sep 23, 2014
Kubla Khan wasn't good enough?
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Level 69
Sep 23, 2014
Kubla Khan is the name of a poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. But, I suppose I can change it anyways.
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Level 77
Oct 10, 2014
Could accept JFK.
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Level 69
Oct 10, 2014
I suppose so.
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Level 45
Nov 25, 2014
It's actually spelt Catherine Howard...

:)

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Level 31
May 16, 2015
I've seen Catherine Howard's name be spelled multiple ways, any form should be accepted.
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Level 74
Aug 27, 2015
Agreed. And I've never seen it spelled Kathryn. Usually rendered as Catherine, I believe.
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Level 80
Apr 20, 2016
Why doesn't Catherine work for all three Catherines? I understand they're spelled a little differently, but it works for Catherine of Aragon and Katherine Parr but not Kathryn Howard? It's the same name no mater how you slice it.
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Level 72
May 28, 2016
I agree. Spelling was not very important in those times. Most names had various spellings.
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Level 69
May 28, 2016
I've edited it to accept more alternate spellings now.