15 history trivia questions. Only 1 in 521 score 15/15 in this quiz

QUIZ: 15 history trivia questions
QUIZ: 15 history trivia questions

15 history trivia questions. This test will make you sweat, because getting 15/15 is really hard. Do you think you can do it? Knowing who Fanny Mendelssohn was will get you a point. Do you think you can score over 12/15? Don’t hesitate. Click and try. Are you ready? Let’s play. 

15 history trivia questions. Only 1 in 521 score 15/15 in this quiz


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  • Question of

    From 1582, the Gregorian calendar replaced the Julian calendar in Catholic countries.

    • True
    • False
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    Joan of Arc, also known as the Maiden of Orleans, had a remarkable participation in the Hundred Years War.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    Look at the image, and select what the portrayed person is called.

    • The Bewitched
    • Charles II of Spain
    • Both options are correct
  • Question of

    When Charles II died without offspring, he extinguished the Spanish branch of the Habsburgs.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    There is no official version, but it’s said that Vincent Van Gogh cut his ear after having a dispute with Paul Gauguin.

    • True
    • False, the most current hypothesis is that Gauguin cut off part of Van Gogh’s earlobe with a sabre.
  • Question of

    El aguador de Sevilla is one of the most outstanding works of the youth of___.

    • Salvador Dalí
    • Pablo Picasso
    • Diego Velázquez
  • Question of

    The omelet is originally from France.

    • True
    • False, it’s originally from Spain.
  • Question of

    James of Zebedee, or known in Christian tradition as James the Great, is the patron saint of___.

    • Portugal
    • Spain
    • Poland
  • Question of

    First known person to propose the heliocentric model of the Solar System, placing the Sun, not the Earth, at the center of the known universe.

    • Aristarchies of Samos
    • Nicolas Copernicus
  • Question of

    In 1571 the army of the Ottoman Empire confronted the so-called Holy League, formed by the Kingdom of Spain, what name was given to the battle?

    • The battle of Salamina, one of the bloodiest naval battles in history.
    • The Battle of Lepanto, one of the bloodiest naval battles in history.
  • Question of

    Miguel de Cervantes, was wounded and lost the mobility of his left hand, which earned him the nickname of one-armed Lepanto, in the _____.

    • Battle of Salamina
    • Battle of Lepanto
  • Question of

    Brutus was the son of Servilia, the lover of the Caesar.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    Julius Caesar was stabbed several times in the Roman Senate.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    It tells the adventures that Ulysses had to face to return home after the Trojan War.

    • Memories of Ulysses
    • The Iliad
    • The Odyssey
  • Question of

    Fanny Mendelssohn is the sister of the also composer Felix, who appropriated his works including his song Italia, the favourite song of Queen Victoria.

    • True
    • False

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