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Ian and Callum's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 5 - Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egypt Quiz
Hi again - the two bonkers blokes from Planet History have returned! This is the fifth quiz in our series. This one is about Ancient Egypt and includes many fabulous pictures you'll love looking at.
The questions are all multiple choice and as always we have written ten of them.
We hope you have fun and put your knowledge of Ancient Egypt to good use!
Ian and Callum.
(alian346 and calpol25)
Here Are The Instructions :
1 - You'll need a pen or a pencil to record your answers.
2 - Then mark your answers. You'll find the correct responses at the foot of the Hub.
3 - Answer the poll to tell us how many you really got right.
4 - Leave us a comment to tell us how you did and what you thought of our quiz.
Please don't google the answers - have an honest try - or just GUESS!
What is the name of the ancient Egyptian God shown in this picture?
B Bast or Bastet
The picture above shows the Pylon at the Temple of Luxor. You will notice an obelisk to the left. In which city will you find the obelisk that used to be on the right?
A Rapid City, USA
B London, UK
C Paris, France
D Istanbul, Turkey
Who was the longest living Egyptian Pharaoh?
A Ramses II
B Ramses X
C Ramses V
D Ramses VII
The picture to the right is of a bust of Nefertiti, famous and beautiful Queen of Egypt. To which city would you have to go to see this bust ‘in the flesh’?
A London, UK
B Berlin, Germany
C Carlisle, England
D New York City, USA.
The ancient Library of Alexandria was destroyed by
D Callum in a fit of rage.
The fabulous treasure of Tutankhamen was discovered in 1922. What is the name of his father?
A Khufu (Cheops)
B Ramses II
C Ramses IV
Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen. Who was his sponsor?
A Lord Caernarvon
B Duke of Rothesay
C Duke of Bedford
D Lord Girthon.
The Rosetta Stone is perhaps the best aid to deciphering the language of the Ancient Egyptians. It contains the same information in three scripts. What are the names of these scripts?
A Hieroglyphs, Demotic, Greek
B Latin, Sanskrit, Hieroglyphs
C Hieroglyphs, English, Greek
D Demotic, Latin, Hieroglyphs.
Cleopatra was the last Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. Traditionally how did this legendary woman meet her death?
A Stabbing through the heart
B Eating poisoned figs
C The bite of an asp to her breast
D Old age.
The Great Sphinx of Giza was probably built about
A 2500 years ago
B 150 years ago
C 6000 years ago
D 4500 years ago
Well done!! You've reached the end!! Hope you enjoyed the pix.....
Now all you have to do is mark it. But before you do go and have a relax, walk around a field, stroke the cat (don't murder it, Callum!) or just have a wee doze...........zzzzz.
So here are the correct answers - BE HONEST, please.
How many did you get correct?
Please leave us a comment to tell us how well you did and what you thought of the quiz.
We're glad you're still with us and for sticking with it we will be sending you a cheque in Venusian pounds within the next 100 years. As we process that why don't you have a go at our other history quizzes? Links are here:
- Callum & Ian's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 1 - The Holocaust
- Callum & Ian's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 2 - LGBT People O
- Ian and Callum's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 3 - World War 2 in
- Callum & Ian's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 4 - LGBT Movie St