Daily Quiz #854
Which of these was not "(Run a dub dub), Three men in a tub"?
In 1858, why did Paul Broca name 5 skeletons "Cromagnon Man"?
What name is given to art that depicts inanimate (typically commonplace) objects, either natural (e.g. food, flowers, plants, rocks & shells) or man-made (e.g. drinking glasses, books, vases, jewelry, coins & pipes) in an artificial setting?
What is the name of the skyscraper in Saudi Arabia, one of the world's 5 tallest buildings, that is in Riyadh?
The Cyclops computer system, conceived by British inventor Bill Carlton, was first used in international competition in 1980 for which sport?
What was a Roman road from York to Scotland near the Firth of Forth?
What is the name of a New Zealand comedy duo composed of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement who created a radio series for BBC Radio 2 in 2004 and began a television series for HBO in the USA in 2007?